The Thames has one of the largest tidal ranges in the world, and each day the outgoing tide reveals artifacts, from medieval clay pipes to fragments of Victorian porcelain. Thames Explorer runs two-hour walks on the foreshore accompanied by archaeologists. Walks depart from the north bank side of the Millennium Bridge. It’s very muddy, so bring waterproof boots or Wellies, and a spare pair of trousers wouldn’t go amiss.
The Millennium Bridge, officially known as the London Millennium Footbridge, is a steel suspension bridge for pedestrians crossing the River Thames linking Bankside with the City of London. It initially opened in June 2000. Londoners nicknamed the bridge the "Wobbly Bridge" after pedestrians…
This bridge connects St Paul's Cathedral on one side to Tate Modern on the other with great views of the Thames.
Another very famous location for photography is Millennium Bridge, but taking pictures from here isn’t as easy as you’d think. It gets very busy so make sure you come early before the crowds, or when taking photos at night with a tripod try increasing your ISO, as this will hopefully reduce the…
“If you’re looking for a beautiful and photogenic landmark St Paul’s Cathedral should be on your list, especially if photographed from One New Change. The reflections in the shiny mirror-like windows of the mall add to the Instagrammability of the shot. Once you’re done taking photos you can either visit the inside of one of the largest and most famous cathedrals in England, or go shopping in One New Change. A perfect Instagram photo location that also caters to all types of tourism!”
“The Globe Theatre hosts the most accomplished Shakespearean actors to be found in the world, and is only fifteen minutes' away. The venue is small, but tickets are often available at late notice and at a surprisingly affordable price - especially if you are willing to stand. Just be aware that longer productions can turn into a marathon when not sat - especially in the summer heat!”
“Amazing play art gallery with different exhibitions, if you go to the pyramid building thing and go to 10th floor you will see amazing views of London for free”
“Jamie Oliver's menu of grilled British and Irish meats, plus extensive list of American whiskies. ”
“Not for the faint hearted, climbing all 311 steps and 61 metres of Monument is well worth it for the view. Built between 1671 and 1677, Monument was built to honour all those that died in the Great Fire of London on the 5th September 1666. ”