The Great British Fish and Chips restaurant is located less than a minute from some of London’s famous attractions.
The EDF London Eye is able to boast that it is right opposite The Great British Fish and Chips! As a landmark to commemorate the turning of the new millennium, was built in 1999 and has since carried over thirty million people. This instantly recognisable attraction is currently the second tallest Ferris wheel outside of Asia, and the fourth tallest in the world.
A ride in one of the London Eye’s pods can grant you an unrivalled 360 degree view of London and the surrounding area. On a clear day the view extends to 25 miles in each direction. It moves at a slow but steady pace, taking 30 minutes to complete its rotation.
As one of the capital’s ‘must-see’ signature attractions, the London Dungeon is an interactive and informative look into London’s murky past. By walking through the Dungeon, moving from show to show and being guided by our professional actors, you can experience history in a truly memorable way.
Sweeney Todd, Guy Fawkes and Jack the Ripper are just some of the other notorious characters from 1,000 years of London’s history, brought to life by a cast of 20 live actors. In addition, there are also theme park style rides so you won’t be surprised to learn that kids absolutely love it.
Located within the historic County Hall building, the Sea Life London Aquarium features hundreds of varieties of fish and sea life from around the world. It is home to one of Europe’s largest collections of global marine life and is the jewel in the crown of the UK SEA LIFE attractions.
The Sea Life London Aquarium also gives a number of shows and interactive displays; explore the Shark Reef Encounter and Penguins: Ice Adventure. Interact with the animals at the public feeding, diving displays and touch pools.
Many of the sea creatures are on the endangered list and they have been rescued and cannot be released into the wild, or have been born and bred as a conservation project. You’ll be able to get closer to these creatures more than ever before.
London’s Amphibious Adventure : It’s fun. It’s quirky, and it’s different!
A London Duck Tour offers much more than just a sightseeing tour; it’s a fantastic way to experience the spectacular sights and sounds of central London by land and river without leaving the comfort of your seat. See the key landmarks of the capital aboard these fun vehicles originally used for the D-Day landings in 1944!
Top a great day out on the ducks off with a traditional British fish and chips meal from us – download your London Duck Tours discount voucher from their website.
Whitehall is an historic London street with runs from Parliament Square at Westminster to Trafalgar Square. The street is recognised as the centre of the British Government thanks to the many departmental and ministerial buildings located either side, including Number 10, the Prime Minister’s official residence, which is on Downing Street.
Also, along Whitehall, you can find many significant statues and monuments, including The Cenotaph and the Monument to the Women of World War II, alongside statues of notable historic figures from Great Britain’s history.
What better way to see London’s Sights than from the most famous waterway in the World, the River Thames on these magnificent London Speedboats designed for the ultimate Thames Speed boat Rollercoaster Adrenalin Packed Experience! They are only a stone’s throw from all the major tourist areas Westminster, Covent Garden, Leicester Square, The Strand, Trafalgar Square so whilst enjoying Central London go for the ultimate experience and get close to the London sights from the River Thames. See if you can spot Great British Fish and Chips as you go past the London Eye and County Hall.