Cristiano Ronaldo has joined the fantasy football line up at Madames Tussauds London! Great timing with the World Cup just under way and 2010 being such a football crazy year at Tussauds London. The exhibit took 4 months to produce and cost £150,000! and required 300 precise measurements and hundreds of photographs to work from. […]
This Summer, with comic book heroes being so popular, one of the stars at Madame Tussauds will be the Marvel Entertainments Super Heroes 4D experience. It is a mixture of amazing atmospheric sets, 4d animation (what is 4d? Ed*) and incredible Tussauds wax figures. Once within the world of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-Enforcement […]
One for the families! This Easter and half term holidays the “Cheeky Chic” Hunt from London Eye – A chick has hatched early from one of the mysterious huge Easter eggs near the London Eye and been up to mischief by hiding 10 eggs all around the London landscape. They are only visible from the wheel […]
Opens this Friday 12th March 2010! Theres an entirely new Rainforests of the World area opening at London Aquarium this Easter, including crocodiles, one of Europe’s largest shoals of piranha, and poison arrow frogs – they’re the ones that are really bright colours and look really cute but who’s skin contains deadly poison!
What there is to See: The State Rooms The 19 State Rooms form the heart of the working palace and are lavishly furnished with some of the greatest treasures in the world, from the Royal Collection. Buckingham Palace is the official London residence of the Queen and the State rooms are where the work gets done. […]
A bizarre craze seems to have started – and its a stroke of genious; scary first dates! This isnt a horror story though, It seems that a lot of bookings on the London Ghost Bus scary tours are first time daters – who get the chance to break the ice and cling to each other […]
I’ve just found out that tickets to the Ceremony of the Keys at the Tower of London are Free. The Ceremony of the Keys is the ritual of locking up the Tower of London (containing the Crown Jewels) each night and has taken place every night without fail for more than 700 years!
The Tower of London is one of London’s most visited heritage sites. This Christmas there will be special medieval Christmas events and on the 20th December there will be one of the first ceremonies of the the Tower of London’s new Constable, General Sir Richard Dannatt, the Christmas State Parade. Click here if you want […]