London Conventions and Events
As a cultural, economic and business capital, London is home to many events that attract visitors from around the world. Whether you’re a local or a foreigner, there’s plenty to do in London for all walks of life. Check out a few of the most entertaining excursions available in London.
If you love to shop for high-end goods, head to the Burlington Arcade. The Burlington Arcade is home to some of the most exclusive retail shops in the United Kingdom, providing a variety of items including clothing, footwear, antiques, jewelry, art, and more. Tourists have fallen in love with the arcade-style architecture of the shopping area, and millions of visitors walk down this bustling street every year.
Lovers of history and culture are attracted to London’s British Museum year round. The British Museum contains one of the largest collections of human culture and art, housing more than 8 million works. It is known as one of the most expansive and comprehensive museum in the world, featuring pieces from every continent. This is the perfect choice for school field trips and family outings.
Jack the Ripper Tour with ‘Ripper Vision’
Explorers interested in a darker side of London’s history should check out the Jack the Ripper ‘Ripper Vision’ Tour. Based on the gruesome true story of London’s most infamous serial killer, the ‘Ripper Vision’ Tour gives you a tour of some of Ripper’s most infamous crime locations, as well as an in depth look at his historical narrative.
Many of us have been compelled by these creatures known as the dinosaurs. These massive reptiles who roamed the earth, millions of years before modern man, have always captured our interests. That is why the Museum of Natural History in London City has a display of the ancient Titanosaur. Before the American Revolution, the discovery of the Americas, before the Native Americans migrated to the Americas, before the books of the Bible were written, before man knew how to use tools, this Titanosaur roamed the earth.
The London Zoo is one of the most popular attractions in the City of London. The world’s oldest scientific zoo, with nearly 700 species of animals and about 21,000 individuals, the London Zoo receives no state funding and is managed by the Zoological Society of London. Check out the Land of the Lions, the Gorilla Kingdom, The Reptile House, and a myriad of other exhibits within the zoo with your family, friends, and coworkers.