Bromley Tourist Attractions

The geographically widest part of the London boroughs, the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Bromley in Greater London, England, United Kingdom. Bromley stretches from Crystal Palace Park boasting London’s largest maze, in the west to the Cray valley in the east. It reaches out to the borders of Kent historically a market town chartered since 1158 and an ancient parish in the south, where some of suburban London’s best attractions can be found. It plays host every year to the Biggin Hill Air Fair held in June at Biggin Hill Airport, an important airfield during the Battle of Britain. Visitors to Down House, also in Bromley, can find out what the house was like in 1870 when the world-famous naturalist, Charles Darwin. Here are some Bromley borough gems.

Crystal Palace Park

Location: Thicket Rd, London SE19 2GA

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From Darwin to dinosaurs: down at the lake in Crystal Palace Park (pictured), dinosaurs have been part of the scenery since before Darwin penned the Origin of Species. This series of sculptures, now outdated, of dinosaurs and other extinct species were unveiled after the Great Exhibition and have been Grade I-listed since 2007.

The Churchill Theatre

Location: High Street, London, BR1 1HA

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The Churchill Theatre in Bromley, southeast London was built by the London Borough of Bromley to designs by its borough architect’s department. A performing arts center dedicated to the creation and presentation of quality performance and educational opportunities. History, events and productions.

 Chisehurst Caves

Location: Caveside Cl, Old Hill, Chislehurst BR7 5NL

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The woodlands of Chislehurst caves hold a secret beneath their roots. Thirty metres below ground is a complex of man-made caves carved out of the chalk by Druids, Saxons and Romans. Since then the caves have been turned to all sorts of purposes, including an ammunition dump in World War I and a mushroom farm; during World War II, they acted as Britain’s largest bomb shelter. Most of the underground scenes in the TV series ‘Merlin’ were filmed here. The 45-minute lamp lit tour covers a mile of the tunnels; children will enjoy locating the Druid Altar, the Caves Church and the Haunted Pool.

Getting Through

London Airport Transfers are going to provide its executive car services from all major airports to Bromley. We offer a wide range executive cars as per your requirement whether you are travelling for business or for pleasure. We provide our services from Bromley 24*7. Pre-book our airport transfers to Bromley to ensure safe and enjoyable ride.

 

 

 

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Muller Anniversary Games

The Müller Anniversary Games is one of the best athletics meetings in the world, and the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt will set the stadium alight on Friday 22nd July!

Muller Anniversary Games

Date: 22nd July – 23rd July

Venue: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stratford, London E20 2SS, England.

World record holder Bolt will grace the track at the London Anniversary Games, along with many of the world’s best athletes and paralympic stars such as David Weir, Jonnie Peacock and Hannah Cockroft, before they head to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The Olympic Stadium plays host to the prestigious IAAF Diamond League meet on 22–23 July, the IPC Grand Prix Final will also be incorporated into Saturday’s programme.

Expect a host of electrifying performances from many global stars, as this will be the last opportunity for athletes to put the finishing touches on their preparations for the biggest stage of all.

Miller Anniversary Games are going to be held in Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Planning to attend biggest athletics meet then Check out the nearest airports to Stadium and airport transfer services to Stadium.

Airports near to Olympic Park:

London City Airport – It is very near to stadium, it is takes approx. 17mins to reach as it is 6miles away from stadium.

Stansted Airport – Approx. It takes 30mins to reach as it is 30 miles away from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Luton Airport – The distance from Luton Airport to Olympic Park is Approx.48.9miles via M25 and it takes approx. 50 mins to reach.

Gatwick Airport – Approx. It takes 55mins to reach Gatwick airport from Olympic park as it is approx.49miles away via M25

Heathrow airport – From Heathrow airport to Olympic Park it takes approx.58mins to reach as it is 58.5 miles away via M25

Souhend airport– The distance from Southend airport to Olympic Park is approx.53mins to reach as it 42.7 miles away via A127

For Premier airport transfers from all major airports to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Stadium at Stratford (E20), Book our London airport transfer services at affordable prices available for 24*7. We provide a wide range of executive car services for Individual or group as per the requirement. Pre-book a car from London Airport Transfers which will ensure you an enjoyable ride to reach venue.

Royal Albert Hall London

Royal Albert Hall, One of the world’s most famous stages. This famous concert hall was built in 1871 Opened by Queen Victoria and is the setting for such events as the National Service of Remembrance and the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, including the Last Night of the Proms.  It has recently been renovated and remains one of the most spectacular venues for concerts in the whole of London.

Venue: The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP

Website: http://www.royalalberthall.com/

Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall hosts over 360 events which include classical music, jazz, world music, circus, rock, pop, opera, dance, comedy, Sports events  and famous proms series  all takes place within the Iconic oval walls.

London’s most versatile venues, A Grade I listed building, the hall has a capacity of over 5000 and is most consistently packed out during the summer when the Promenade concerts take over. First held here in 1941 when their original venue – the Queen’s Hall – was bombed, the Proms remain fantastically popular.

It is a favourite of performers from Jose Carreras to Kylie Minogue. The Hall also plays host to the seniors’ tennis circuit. Heavily influenced by ancient amphi theatres and notions of the ‘Empire and the arts, the oval structure’s terracotta walls are decorated on the outside with a frieze dedicated to “The Triumph of Arts and Sciences” and the awe-inspiring venue now exists as a testimony to both the architectural and aesthetic achievements of the past and the technological developments of the present.

Nearby airports:

Heathrow airport to Royal Albert hall

It is the nearest airport and the distance from Heathrow airport to Royal Albert Hall via M4 and Christina Terrace/A4 is 17.2 miles and it takes approx. 50mins to reach.

London City airport to Royal Albert hall

The distance from London City airport to Royal Albert Hal via A1203 is 10.9 miles and it takes approx. 51mins to reach.

Gatwick airport to Royal Albert hall

The distance from Gatwick airport to Royal Albert Hall via M25 is 53.5 miles and it takes approx. 1hour 15mins to reach.

Southend airport to Royal Albert hall

The distance from Southend airport to Royal Albert Hall via A13 is 43.8 miles and it takes approx.1hour 36mins to reach.

Stansted airport to Royal Albert hall

The distance from Stansted airport to Royal Albert Hall via M11 is 41 miles and it takes approx. 1hour 20mins to reach.

Luton airport to Royal Albert hall

The distance from Luton airport to Royal Albert Hall via M1 is 37.1 miles and it takes approx. 1hour 11min to reach.

Transportation from Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert famous Venue for concerts provides an easy access to visitors to and from London. London Airport transfers provides its executive car services to Royal Albert Hall to all major airports. We provide our wide range of cars whether you are travelling individual or in a group. Our services are available 24 *7 at affordable prices.  To ensure your safe journey pre-book your airport transfer services through on-line.

Enjoy daytime tours and night concerts, a shop, café, lunchtime jazz and world music in the Café Consort and a free exhibition series at Royal Albert Hall.

London Events during this Weekend (17th, 18th, 19th June 2016)

London is packed with events to get involved in during this month. Confused with event lists in London during June. Then Check our guides to things to do in the capital this Friday, Saturday and Sunday and make sure to make the most of your weekend joyful and splendid.

Opening of the new Tate Modern

Date: June 17th 2016

Location: Bankside, SE1 9TG

Website: http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern/new-tate-modern/building

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Tate announced today that the new Tate Modern will open to the public on Friday 17 June 2016. Created by world-leading architects Herzog & de Meuron, it will be the most important new cultural building to open in the UK for almost twenty years

The new neighbour of the bankside power station that is the current Tate Modern is revealing its sister building on Friday night. The ten-storey new Tate Modern will offer customers 60% more space to explore, as well as a 360-degree roof terrace, offering spectacular views of the London skyline. Radar Radio will be hosting a late night audio-visual display in the new gallery, along with installations from other emerging artists. Free entry.

The Autism Show in London

Date: 17th and 18th June 2016

Location: ExCel London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL

Website: http://london.autismshow.co.uk/

The Autism Show London

The Autism Show, a national event dedicated to autism for parents, careers, professionals and individuals on the spectrum. The Autism show gives visitors the chance to search innovations and resources designed for people with autism, observe practical seminars and access one-to-one clinics. The Autism Show is for the rising community of parents, careers, professionals and individuals on the autism spectrum who all too often don’t know where to roll for answers. The event attracts above 3,000 people looking to find the most modern information, advice, products and services to help them support individuals on the autism spectrum. Leading professionals and elevated profile parents discussing the latest research, useful strategies and their personal experiences in the Autism Matters Theatre.

Live at Chelsea

Date:  18th and 19th June 2016

Location: Royal Hospital Chelsea, SW3 4SR

Website: http://liveatchelsea.com/

Live in Chelsea

The Royal Hospital in Chelsea is normally a quiet retirement home for hundreds of veterans. This weekend the volume will be on full with the likes of Wet Wet Wet, Simply Red, and The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra performing over the weekend. The seated auditorium in the courtyard of the Royal Hospital will host nearly 20,000 fans.

If you are looking for more Events in London during this June then check out our guide for things to do in London in London Airport Transfers website.

London airport transfers are going to provide safe and reliable airport transfers from all major airport terminals like Heathrow, Gatwick, Southend, Stansted, Luton, London City airport to the venues of above events in London. Our transfer services provides wide range of executive car services at affordable prices. Pre-book our cars to ensure a enjoyable ride to your required destinations in London.

The Sea Life London Aquarium- Fun Day Out

The London Aquarium is the ideal visitor’s venue for when you want to be taken away from hustle and bustle of London and to go somewhere else entirely with family. The multi-million pound transformation into Sea Life London Aquarium promises the UK a world class aquatic experience and spectacular view of Marine life. Located next to the London Eye and opposite the Houses of Parliament.

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With 17 themed zones and over 600 species of marine life, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, offers a fascinating journey from the world’s coastlines to the depths of its different oceans; unearthing an underwater world of splendor, grandeur and danger and is filled with a truly astonishing array of amazing animals. Discover a magical underwater world filled with hundreds of varieties of fish and other marine life which includes sharks to rare Green sea Turtles, from jellyfish to rays, from clown fish to blue tangs and even sea scorpions. In fact, the attraction is home to sea life that is found in many oceans of the world.

Location: County Hall, Riverside Building Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB

Website: http://www.visitsealife.com/london/

The Shark Reef Encounter

Admire these toothy creatures—ranging from the Bowmouth Guitar Shark (distinctive with its wide body and blunt snout) to the Blacktip Reef Shark with its prominent black-dipped fins—as they glide through the water.

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The Shark Walk

Enter the Shark Walk and stand above Shark Reef Encounter containing 1 million litres of water and watch seven species of stunning shark swim beneath your feet to experience the real effect of the sharks, stingrays and other marine life as they swim just inches away under foot. The walkway is made out of glass giving you a bird’s eye view of the amazing sea creatures below. Watching the fish and especially a newish addition called the Californian Cownose rays, as they swim around in synchronized formations in the immaculate sea water tanks is pretty impressive to say the least.

The Amazing Whale Skeleton Tunnel

Whole day is not enough to really appreciate all there is to see and do at the Sea Life London Aquarium. The 25 metre long tunnel through a whale skeleton that takes you through an ocean of tropical fish and green turtles sees many a visitor coming back again and again. It’s fun to watch these colourful marine animals in their beautiful and quite exquisite aquarium habitat from such a great perspective.

Shark Walk

The Rainforests of the World

This extraordinary area of the attraction is full of exotic vegetation and even boasts a tropical waterfall. This is where you’ll find a pair of dwarf crocodiles that measure a mere six foot long. Not very long ago another attraction was added to this already fascinating underwater venue in the form of the Ocean of Stars exhibit. Six different types of starfish are showcased with an unusual and themed tentacle tunnel offering great close ups of all the Astero idea found in there.

The Frozen Planet

Newly added attraction, Face to Face experience at SEA LIFE London Aquarium is included in the entrance price. Visitors can also enjoy getting up close to over 6000 colourful aquatic inhabitants representing over 600 species in 65 immersive displays.

Getting Through

The SEA Life London Aquarium is ideally located next to the London Eye, with easily accessible transport links from Westminster and Waterloo. But it is a better choice to pre-book a car from private transfer services to reach London aquarium safely. London airport transfers provides a safe and enjoyable ride from all major airports.

Admission Prices

General admission from £19.50 with varying options on offer.

 Opening Times

Sea Life London Aquarium is open 7 days a week (except Christmas Day).

Thursday to Saturday 10am to 8pm with last entry at 7pm.

Sunday to Wednesday 10am to 7pm with last entry at 6pm.

Timings are subject to change. Please check upon your arrival.

Top ten things to do in London

London is a world of its own, with literally thousands of incredible activities with family and friends for a day out. The first time visitor to London finds that he carries a particularly big list of must-sees, for London is steeped in ancient history and brimming with modern exhibition. It’s large and diverse, and getting around isn’t cheap nor swift. A journey from southwest to northeast, even within London’s central zone, one may take an hour or more to move from one spot to another.

If you’re struggling to decide what to do in London, and looking for the best places to visit, this guide to London tourist attractions, museums, theme parks and other activities in and around London with Family and friends available in the city will help you to plan a great day out in London. We picked out some of the best things to do in London.

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Visit Big Ben

Most of the People are surprised to know that Big Ben is not just Landmark Clock of London which adjoins Palace of Westminster. Now the Palace is better known as Houses of Parliament. It is actually the name of the largest of the five bells which Hang within the famous Clock tower. It is world’s largest Chiming Clock with four faces.  What other can be better to start your day out in London rather than Big Ben?

 

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Stroll Through St. James Park

London is known for its Royal Parks, Which beautify the city with greenery and nature and provide respite from the busy city life. None offers as much as St. James Park, located just a short walk from Buckingham Palace. The Park is a home of many species of birds and trees and it also includes real swan lake. Peeking Out from behind the trees and gardens, some swans and also includes the picturesque view of Saint James Palace, right out of a fairytale.

National Gallery

Vander through National Gallery

National Gallery is an art Museum in Trafalgar Square in the city of Westminster, in Central London. National Gallery first consisted of 38 pictures, put on display but now it displays 2,300 works of art, from medieval classics to world famous pieces by French impressionists.

The gallery is free of entry welcoming all and has a blockbuster exhibitions, music concerts and courses that do carry an entry charge, but most of the collection isn’t ticketed, and there are free talks each day, which you don’t need to book in advance. You can get a chance to experience the grand gallery atmosphere whilst getting creative in drawing and art workshops designed for your level of interest.

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Lunch at Borough Market

Borough Market is the perfect place to go for a fun afternoon with friends, or even a casual date. One of the largest food markets in the world, it sells delicious fresh fruits and veggies, as well as plenty of multicultural fare. If you’re staying at a flat like this vacation rental in Southwark, save money by doing some of your food shopping at local markets and cooking meals instead of dining out!

Wallace Collection

Dig Out some amazing history Wallace Collection (Marylebone)

Wallace Collection is a free national museum displaying superb works of art in an historic London town house. The greatest picture gallery in Europe’ for its superb collection of Old Masters – with a re-hang and natural light. This private collection of 18th century paintings and decorative art was donated to the nation along with its townhouse home on Manchester Square on the condition its works are never loaned.

The 28 rooms, many recently refurbished with elaborate gilding & wall silks, present collections of French 18th-century painting, furniture. Dine in the beautiful glazed courtyard restaurant.

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Journey through Emirates Airlines Royal Dock

The Emirates Air Line is a 1,000-yard cable car ride that stretches above the River Thames and links the Greenwich Peninsula with the Royal Docks. Integrated into Transport for London’s passenger services, it is an intriguing mix of aerial sightseeing trip and commuter link. The ride takes five minutes and reaches a maximum height of 295ft – high enough to enjoy panoramic views over the river.

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Shop at Canada Square in Canary Wharf

Many look to London’s big department stores Harrods, Selfridges, etc. to do their shopping, and those are certainly great choices. But Canada Square in Canary Wharf is not only home to some of London‘s tallest skyscrapers, it also offers hundreds of stores and boutiques as well as restaurants if you want to make a day of it where you will undoubtedly find everything you need and more.

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 Visit Greenwich (Royal Observatory & Cutty Sark)

It’s all about the river in this historic heart of London, with many famous sights within easy walking distance of each other. Take a boat down the river to enjoy the stately charms of Royal Greenwich with its parkland, Royal Observatory and Cutty Sark clipper. The Royal Observatory has been home to the Meridian Line, 0º Longitude, since 1884 and has a planetarium and exhibitions about the measuring of time and distance.

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 Experience Shakespeare Globe Theatre

Nowhere else in London can you catch such true Shakespeare an drama or comedy, if you prefer to laugh rather than cry though the Bard’s tales usually make you do both. For a true historical experience visit Shakespeare globe theatre. Though you’ll have to stand for the performance, it’s well worth it for the authenticity of the experience.

Dinner at Pub

Enjoy the dinner at Pub

One of the things Londoners enjoy most is grabbing a pint at their favorite pub and chatting with some old friends. What some outsiders don’t know is that many pubs serve excellent food and offer their own take on traditional dishes. You may find a new favorite! This would also be prime-time to order fish and chips.

Getting Through

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Best Afternoon Tea in London

Afternoon Tea is said to be introduced in Britain in the mid-1800s by a woman named Anna, before it was common to eat to main Meals a day and early Breakfast. Afternoon Tea is introduced as a small mid-day meal between breakfast and dinner Today’s afternoon tea Haven’t changed much since 19th century- It includes sandwiches, Scones with jams and Clotted Creams, pastries and Cakes and of course tea.

No Surprise that London Serves up the world’s finest, the World’s most unexpected afternoon teas. Here we got you some of the Best places of the Capital of Afternoon Teas to experience something special!

The Ritz

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While discussing about the Afternoon Tea it is impossible to miss Ritz, It has been serving since 1906 opening and its sense of heritage is partly why it remains so popular today. Entering into palm Court you can experience the Clinking china tea sets, exquisite central flower display, the chattering of voices and a charming Pianist.

With a Choice of 17 delicious loose leaf teas, deeply filled finger Sarnies, Sandwiches a fresh and tasty and Cream Scones you will be full to the ridge. So book in advance to secure a spot at this popular spot.

Address: 150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR, United Kingdom

Opening Times: Daily 11:30am- 7:30 pm

Website: https://www.theritzlondon.com/

The Savoy

The Savoy Afternoon tea

The Savoy serves one of the London’s traditional Afternoon tea a custom that remains British institutions. The Savoy endures a custom where guests can choose from a range of teas served with fingers sandwiches, homemade scones with Clotted Cream and jam and mouthwatering Selection of pastries and cakes, Chocolates and bespoke gifts are available for guests to purchase in Savoy Tea.

The latest addition to The Savoy is Melba, a take-away gourmet counter enticing passers-by with the finest fare directly on the Strand. It is just steps away; with the City, world-renowned museums and galleries, and the designer shopping of Knightsbridge and Mayfair within easy reach by transfer services.

Address: The Savoy, Covent Garden, Strand, London WC2R 0EU

Website: http://www.fairmont.com/savoy-london/

Opening Times: Daily 8am- 11pm

Sketch Afternoon Tea

Sketch Afternoon tea

Squashy pink velvet sofas, cheeky cartoons on the wall, quirky waiters and a show-stopping cake stand – what could be better? Sketch offers you an elegant afternoon tea with a difference, not the typical backdrop to enjoying your tea scones, but perfect for a special occasion with your loved ones.

Huge scones served warm were light and fluffy, just the way they should be. They were served alongside homemade strawberry jam and the very popular French fig jam, which gave this course an edge. The tea selection was excellent with chai, fruit and vanilla teas. If you’re on a budget, their cream tea (fruit scones with jam, clotted cream, and a choice of teas) comes in at a very reasonable.

Address: 9 Conduit St, London W1S 2XG

Website: https://sketch.london/afternoon_tea.php#gsc.tab=0#nf

Opening Time: Daily 8am-2am

Aqua Shard Afternoon tea

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For afternoon tea with a Bird Eye view of capital city it doesn’t get much better the Aqua Shard, located on the 31st floor of The Shard – Western Europe’s tallest building. Head Chef Anthony Garlando has put a modern twist on the British tradition, which is served in The Tea Wing and the restaurant’s atrium. Sandwich options include chicken perfumed with lavender mayonnaise, hen’s egg with smoked curry mayonnaise, and Earl Grey tea smoked Loch Duart salmon with caviar and dill scented cream. The freshly baked scones are creatively flavored with vanilla raisin and orange blossom and come served with Jersey clotted cream and Garlando’s seasonal fragrant homemade jams, while cake options include lemon meringue tart, chocolate truffle, and cassis and yoghurt panna cotta.

Address: Level 31, Bankside, The Shard, London SE1 9RL

Website: http://www.the-shard.com/restaurants/aquashard/

Opening Time: Monday- Friday 3pm to 5pm

Fortnum and Mason

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Fortnum & Mason reaches back to 1707 and since that time it has specialized in providing the finest produce and service. They sell over 100 rare and exotic teas from India, China, Nepal, Japan, Ceylon, along with their own traditional blends and a new range of green teas.

Afternoon Tea is served in the relaxed and elegant surroundings of The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon opened in 2012 by HM the Queen, accompanied by Their Royal Highness’s the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge.

As a retreat from London’s hustle and bustle, The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon is ideal, with dining table or sofa seating, a serene ambiance and panoramic vista of Piccadilly, enhanced by the peaceful piano playing in the background.

Address: 181 Piccadilly, London, W1A 1ER

Website: https://www.fortnumandmason.com/restaurants/afternoon-tea

Opening Timings: Monday to Saturday 12-7pm; Sunday midday to 6pm

Getting Through

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