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Links to organisations which often feature local information such as walks and events in the countryside around you.

Local Tourist Information Centres and Shops

Piccadilly Circus Travel Information Centre

Piccadilly, London W1J 9HS, UK – 0343 222 1234

Good place to shop roam and travel

You go n walk the street with smell of food leading you to one vendor to the next. Being in London I had fish and chips, served in newspaper. Love the whole experience. Enjoy!

City of London Information Centre

St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8BX, UK – 020 7332 3456

Very nice place to visit and the wifi facility is available for visitors and I would recommend it to any residents and visitors

Really helpful to make your plan in London. There are a lot of information categorized into walk tour, plays, family tour and so on. You can easily find out the info that you need.

Hong Kong Tourism Board

20 Orange St, London WC2H 7EF, UK – 020 7321 5380

I want to come in hong kong for work in restorant.....

Tourist Information Centres by County. Search for centres in your own county or anywhere in the UK

Corporate Entertainment

RW Paintball Office

6-8 Cole St, London SE1 4YH, UK – 0333 577 6336

Righttolearn Tutors

7, 35-37 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7JN, UK – 020 8099 1626

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Boat Moorings & Marinas

Battlebridge Basin

Regent's Canal Towpath, Kings Cross, London N1 9UY, UK – 07580 238226

Public space for boating

Islington Visitor Moorings

Vincent Terrace, London N1 8HA, UK

A lovely spot to moor. Very secluded but near everything you'd need.

London Narrow Boat Co Ltd

Battlebridge Moorings/Rear Of Battlebridge Ct/Wharfdale Rd, London N1 9UY, UK – 07970 799032

Boat Trips & Excursions - if available

Thames Boat Rides from Embankment Pier

Embankment Pier, Victoria Embankment, London WC2N 6NU, UK – 0343 222 1234

Great time. Fun and exciting. Great tour guides

The Thames Clipper is probably the best no-fuss transportation system along the Thames. I took it over the summer to go from Central London to Greenwich for some sightseeing, and it certainly was scenic! Believe me, the best view of the Tower Bridge is by going under it first! The price isn't cheap, but comparably, it is much cheaper than the other boats that go down/up the Thames (this one just doesn't have the commentary). If it's a nice day, don't bother sitting inside - try to grab a seat outdoors at the back of the boat. The clipper is really better than taking the tube, especially in the summer!

Thames River Services

Westminster Pier, Victoria Embankment, Westminster, London SW1A 2JH, UK – 020 7930 4097

The price was only £11.75 with your oyster card return from Westminster pier to Greenwich last boat leaving from greenwich was 6pm. Which gave us lots us time to eat and drink and Greenwich park. The staff were knowledgeable and witty and friendly there were drinks and snacks aboard I would use them agsin

Not sure if the right company. We went from Greenwich pier to Tower Bridge. Choice of deck or inside. Inside was very nice and warm. It was very busy. There was a cafe with hot drinks, cold drinks, and sandwiches: expensive so I'd recommend bringing your own but it's good to have it there. The toilets were very clean as though they clean it between each passenger . Baby change was available

Circular Cruise Head Office

Tower Millennium Pier, Lower Thames Street, London EC4V 3QR, UK – 020 7936 2033

Great value cruise and lots of fun. Plus I learned loads. Can highly recommend this cruise service. You get such a different perspective from the river. Definitely got to be on everyone's must-do list when visiting London.

Local Parks & Gardens

Elm Park Gardens

15 Elm Park Gardens, Chelsea, London SW10 9QG, UK

Quiet streets and lovely houses located perfectly off Fulham road and kings road. Lots of tube stations and bus stops that will take you all across London.

Top top city

Queen Square Gardens

Queen Square, London WC1N 3AU, UK – 020 7974 1693

Good place, not great. Very close to Great Ormond street Hospital for sick children. Very quiet, lot of benches to sit for hours together . Good views, beautiful flowers! Overall great place to hang out near famous GOSH.. .

Absolutely beautiful park!!! Lovely for just relaxing and enjoying a beautiful clean park

Victoria Tower Gardens

Millbank, Westminster, London SW1P 3JA, UK – 020 7641 2390

The beautiful Victoria Tower Gardens is located just behind the Palace of Westminster. Inside these gardens, we can see the Emmeline Pankhurst monument, the Burghers of Calais monument, the magnificent Buxton Memorial Fountain, and the Horseferry Playground. I would add that the Victoria Tower Gardens is an excellent place to take pictures because there is the Palace of Westminster in the background.

Great spot on the House of Lords end of the Houses of Parliament. Gets pretty crowded around lunch during the week, but is a pretty quiet place at the weekend. You'll find the Buxton Memorial in the middle of the park - a monument commemorating the emancipation of slaves. If you're lucky you'll see a goose or two nibbling the grass, if you're really lucky they'll be Egyptian geese

Great website!. Click below to find gardens open during the year around Westminster or London. There are photos and lots of detail about the garden.
Historic Houses

2 Chester St, Belgravia, London SW1X 7BB, UK – 020 7259 5688

Your website was very helpful.

Apsley House

149 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NT, UK – 0370 333 1181

Fantastic! We really enjoyed our visit. I went with my husband and our 8 year old nephew. We were all kept interested. The interactive headset guide helped with this as it is has various functions according to age and interest. Wonderful things on display. We were lucky that there was a short talk being given at the time of our visit which was very interesting and informal with questions encouraged by a very friendly guide. Also lucky that we got a Birdseye view of the rehearsal for the trooping of the colour! The staff spotted this and with no hesitation interrupted the talk and ushered the assembled visitors to the windows so we didn't miss out. The staff clearly love what they do and are very friendly and welcoming.

Such a good historic home! No grounds outside sadly but excellent collection of art and antiques and a really interesting history laid out in an audio guide they provide. Definitely worth a visit

Dr Johnson's House

17 Gough Square, London EC4A 3DE, UK – 020 7353 3745

An interesting and informative house to visit. It seemed in need of significant signposting- at least from Fleet Street. We used Google maps to locate it. Good guide cards available for a self guided tour of the house and helpful receptionists as well. Access for those who are less able is compromised by the house having steps and stairs, as part of its original fabric. Best accessed by walking from a train station or bus. A bus would get visitors closer.

I love this little hidden gem. They have one of the most interesting series of events. I have been to a theatrical performance by Palimpest on how Dr Johnson would hold salon with his peers. Last week I went to learn about the Bluestockings literary circle of women writers. They just bring history to life in the most incredible way.