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SEA LIFE London Entrance Ticket

1. SEA LIFE London Entrance Ticket

Home to one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life, explore a fascinating underwater world right in the heart of London. Journey through 14 themed zones laid out over three floors, come face to fin with thousands of creatures in exciting settings as you discover how beautiful and fragile the world's marine ecosystems are. More than 500 different species live in 65 displays with some breathtaking features and plenty of inter-actives along the way. Take a walk on the wild side and watch from a suspended glass platform as 10 species of shark swim beneath your feet. Continue to the new Ice Adventure attraction and see a glittering land of frost and snow, where the Kingdom of the Gentoo Penguins is situated. Join them on an icy adventure in their arctic realm as they splash and dive amongst the snow-white caps. Are you feeling brave enough to trek through the Amazon? Ranger Andy invites you to discover a brand new Rainforest Adventure! A storm has hit and Ranger Andy needs your help to unearth what lies beneath the surface in the Amazon. Immerse yourself in a world of creepy crawlies, charming crocs, and curious critters. Come just centimeters away from the Goliath bird-eating tarantula, and race a colony of leafcutter ants to find the queen, before watching the feeding frenzy of the UK's biggest collection of piranhas

DreamWorks Shrek's Adventure and London Eye: Combo Ticket

2. DreamWorks Shrek's Adventure and London Eye: Combo Ticket

Enjoy the savings and flexibility of a combo admission ticket to DreamWorks Shrek's Adventure and London Eye- a perfect family adventure. Begin at DreamWorks Shrek’s Adventure and star in your own hilarious adventure in the Kingdom of Far Far Away. Board the magical 4D flying bus accompanied by mischievous Donkey. Visit Cinderella in Shrek’s swamp, bump into Puss in Boots, rescue Pinocchio from the wheel of torture, and cook up some magic with the Muffin Man. Explore 12 hilarious fairytales in one of a kind adventure-themed live shows with live actors, captivating storytelling, special effects, and extraordinary DreamWorks animations, allowing you to see, hear, touch, smell and feel the adventure, all accompanied by Donkey’s cheekiness along the way. Around the corner is the mesmerizing London Eye. Climb aboard the world’s largest cantilevered observation wheel, 135 meters above the city. Step into your capsule and enjoy the gradual rotation as you look out over the London cityscape. Get up close to Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace; you can even see as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day. Watch the hustle and bustle beneath you, the beautiful sunset over the city or thousands of twinkling lights after dark.

London: Small Group Warner Bros. Studio Tour

3. London: Small Group Warner Bros. Studio Tour

Stroll along the famous cobbles of Diagon Alley, featuring the shop fronts of Ollivander's, Flourish and Blotts, the Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes, and Eeylops Owl Emporium. See iconic props from the films, including Harry’s Nimbus 2000, Hagrid’s motorcycle, and the Philosopher's Stone.   Explore the Forbidden Forest and rediscover other memorable sets from the film series, including the Great Hall, the Gryffindor Common Room, the boys’ dormitory, Hagrid’s hut, Potion’s classroom, and Professor Umbridge’s office at the Ministry of Magic.  No visit would be complete without visiting Platform 9 ¾, and, on this tour, you’ll have a chance to snap a photo with the trolley on your way to catch the Hogwarts Express. See the latest edition to the studio tour: Gringotts Wizarding Bank. Lined by towering marble pillars with three magnificent crystal chandeliers and finished with real brass leaf, you will discover costumes and prosthetics belonging to Bogrod, Griphook, and many other goblin bankers, as well as inkwells, quills, ledgers, and piles of Galleons, Sickles, and Knuts.   Enter the depths of the Lestrange vault used to store the treasures of Bellatrix Lestrange, including the Sword of Gryffindor and Helga Hufflepuff’s Cup — one of Voldemort’s many Horcruxes. Here, you can have a unique photo opportunity allowing you to step inside the Lestrange vault and surround yourselves with treasure.   Afterwards, you’ll be dropped off at London Victoria Station, a perfect location from which you can continue exploring London.

From London: Peppa Pig World Entrance Ticket and Transfer

4. From London: Peppa Pig World Entrance Ticket and Transfer

Depart from London and travel by bus to Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park. Explore a variety of big rides, small rides, play areas, entertainment, and an astonishing collection of exotic birds and animals, all set within 140 acres of beautiful parkland. Enjoy 9 fabulous rides including The Queen’s Flying Coach Ride, Grampy Rabbit’s Sailing Club, Miss Rabbit’s Helicopter Flight, Peppa’s Big Balloon Ride, Grandpa’s Little Train, George’s Dinosaur Adventure, and a ride in a "cloud" around Windy Castle! Visit the large indoor play area, Georges Spaceship Playzone, and superb animated themed attractions including a chance to visit Peppa and her family in their house!  See the Park’s own little corner of Africa and discover the amazing animals and birds of the savanna. See meerkats, porcupines, lizards, mongooses, and other animals of all shapes and size to delight and entertain. Visit The House of Magic, and see a brand new 4D Film for 2020 at the Paultons Show Street Cinema. Jump into the on-screen action while experiencing the cinema’s 4D effects including specially designed moving chairs, water sprays, blasts of air, leg ticklers, and even bubbles! Get your adrenaline fix on the breathtaking ride, EDGE. Swoop and spin through the air reaching a height of 15 metres on a giant disc that travels along a 90-metre track featuring a "camelback" hill to create an amazing floating sensation. EDGE was the first ride of its type in the UK and perfectly complements the Park’s other thrilling rides including The Cobra and Magma. Kids can enjoy the Water Kingdom with a variety of water jets, giant tipping buckets, sprays, fountains, and super soakers. This huge 8,500 foot kids’ splash park features more than 20 different ways of getting wet and has a seated patio area nearby so parents can relax whilst watching the fun. New for 2021, visit Tornado Springs, a storm-ravaged, Midwest desert town. Step back in time as you explore 1950s America, covering 4 acres and featuring over 8 fun rides and attractions alongside a diner and garage-themed shop.

Chessington World of Adventures Resort: Entrance Ticket

5. Chessington World of Adventures Resort: Entrance Ticket

Climb aboard a safari truck and encounter live animals, including white rhino and zebra in a mysterious African Kingdom. Explore the other 9 themed lands at Chessington World of Adventures, including the Forbidden Kingdom, Land of the Dragons and Wild Asia. Say hello to exotic species at Chessington Zoo and meet the meerkats and majestic lions. Get your thrills on the world’s first Gruffalo ride and join Mouse on a river boat journey through the deep, dark wood as the Gruffalo world unfolds before your eyes.

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What people are saying about London

Overall rating

3.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

If the weather cooperates, the park is good to very good! If you have slightly older children then you can also spend 2 days there! There are several parks in one, so there is everything for young and old!

The kids loved it, although they have been often before. We came by train from Chiswick and the travel was easy.

Great My 2 daughters enjoyed it but I as an adult also thought it was great.

Super great, it was great to see how the films were made. Great backdrops!

Everything was well organized and the visit grandiose