Find something new at London’s landmarks,get a taste for the West End even when you can’t get a ticket for a show,travel the world through a hundred amazing cuisines,and discover new parts of town you’ve never even heard of before.And,if you think you’ve got the energy to go beyond 101,check out our tips for secret London,our favourite London attractions,the capital’s best museums or see what’s happening right now in our London events calendar.Enjoy!Magical holiday in London with London tours duides,unusual things to do in London as below:

London Tours Guides

Meet the walrus at the Horniman Museum

Victorian south-east London was far more fascinating than most other parts of the capital thanks to tea trader Frederick John Horniman,who wanted to‘bring the world to Forest Hill’.He began to collect specimens and artefacts of natural history and culture from all over the world to create his own museum in the late 1800s.The present museum opened in 1901 and the 130-year-old over-stuffed walrus is still its star attraction!

Have a quintessentially British afternoon tea

Flattering lighting,the scent of fresh roses,a classical cellist-plus-pianist duo in the corner:the Foyer at Claridge’s is a class act.This elegant art deco palace is where chic A-listers and other high rollers come to take afternoon tea.Gracious,discreet service is a bonus.Soak up the surroundings and tuck in,this is a five-star experience you won't forget in a hurry.

London Tours Guides

See the Christmas lights twinkling in the West End

For generations,an evening stroll to see the lights has been a Christmastime tradition.Switched on in early November,usually by a celeb who’s likely to draw a crowd,the lights in Oxford Street tend to be more modern and might even promote a new movie,whereas the Regent Street lights are usually classic and classy.Check out Selfridges’beautifully dressed Christmas windows,too.Magical.