- By Kevin
- On Sep 6, 2017
- Travel Tips
We've searched the capital's nooks and crannies to find the very best unusual things to do in London.And some famous Museums in London you may interested,enjoy your London city sightseeing.
Revisit the Routemaster at the London Transport Museum
The city’s iconic red buses may not be a constant feature on the roads these days,but you can admire them at these Covent Garden vehicle vaults–without having to wait ages for one to arrive.Hop aboard for a taste of what it’s like to navigate London from the driver’s seat of a bus or tube train;kids even get their own fleet of miniature versions to play on.Design buffs should head straight for the classic poster displays.
See a merman mummy at the British Museum
If you've already paid your respects to Rosetta Stone and the Elgin Marbles,it's time to delve deeper at the BM.You’ll find the Merman in the Enlightenment gallery.It once belonged to Queen Victoria's grandson Prince Arthur of Connaught and is said to have been caught in Japan,in the eighteenth century.It's not true though;this specimen is a cut-and-shut job–and it's not pretty.The head and torso of a monkey has been attached to the tail of a fish using the dark art of taxidermy to create what is possibly the capital's most fascinating fake.