Grab some tickets to enter the wonderful world of the London Transport Museum. Marvel at the history of the country's transportations as you explore its many sections, some which contain actual preserved vehicles from the different eras of London; you'll travel back in time and back to the future, and trace not just the evolution of London's transportation systems, but also the city of London itself. You'll also be able to see displays of wonderful transportation designs and blueprints that date back to the early 1900s up to contemporary times. You'll even learn the important role that the famous London Underground transit system played during World War II. This is a must for history buffs and for those who are interested in learning all about different transportations.
Immerse in the glitz, glamour, and spectacle of the world's most famous waxwork museum in London, the original Madame Tussauds to open over 180 years ago. Come face to face with your favourite stars like Kate Winslet and Helen Mirren on the paparazzi-filled red carpet, press stud a selfie with Kim Kardashian, pose with Usain Bolt, and rub shoulders with the British royal family. With 14 themed interactive zones including the new Marvel 4D and Star Wars Experiences, you'll be guaranteed hours of photgraphic fun. Then, hop onboard a London cab for a journey through the city's history from Tudor England, the Great Fire of London, to the swinging sixties!
Explore the wonders of astronomy and experience its past, present and future with a visit to the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Learn about the stories of the Astronomers Royal as well as how scientists mapped the stars here to navigate the sea. Get a once in a lifetime experience and place yourself where the Eastern and Western Hemispheres meet by standing on the world famous Meridian Line, with one foot in either hemisphere! Enjoy the beautiful features of Christopher Wren's Octagon Room, with its wood paneling and astronomical instruments, as well as its gorgeous views of Greenwich Royal Park, the City of London and the River Thames. Visit must see attractions such as the Great Equatorial Telescope, an onion dome that contains the seventh largest telescope in the world, and the Shepherd Gate Clock, the first clock to show Greenwich Mean Time to the public. Remember to use the multi-language audio guides provided with your admission ticket and don’t forget to treat yourself to some food at the cafe and maybe even buy some souvenirs! A visit to the observatory will be a treat not only for science buffs but for everyone!
The Royal Observatory, Greenwich (known as the Old Royal Observatory from 1957 to 1998, when the working Royal Greenwich Observatory, RGO, moved from Greenwich to Herstmonceux) is an observatory situated on a hill in Greenwich Park, overlooking the River Thames. It played a major role in the history of astronomy and navigation, and is best known for the fact that the prime meridian passes through it, and thereby gave its name to Greenwich Mean Time. I bought the ticket to observatory from Klook! just RM50 per person (used up all my Klook! credit then the price went down to RM31 per person 🤫). Frankly speaking, you don’t have to buy the ticket if you want take picture on the Prime Meridian, you actually stand on the line when you are here. Not worth it to pay £15 unless if you passionate about astronomy and earth yes you should go and visit!!! Actually you don’t have to queue for taking photos at prime meridian as mention by the officer yet tourist still queue for taking photos 🤭.#royalobservatorygreenwich #greenwichvillage #greenwich #london #klook #ticket #sightseeing #igers #international #earth
claiming of tickets was fast! it was an amazing experience to finally see the prime meridian! i appreciated more what i studied in uni after seeing it. everything was awesome and informative. there's an audio guide to listen to at every part of the museum, so it was like appreciating the place at your own pace (no need to follow or listen to a tour guide). the mini hike to the observatory was good too, as the view from there was fantastic. it is also accessible, as it is near Maze Hill station. I would definitely go back!
Do note that if we purchase the tickets from klook, we do not need to show printout to collect the tickets. I was told by the staff to send my eticket to their email for printing but the location had really bad reception so i didnt manage to do so. After talking to the manager, i was then told that i do not need to email if i had purchase from klook by then i had already wasted 20 minutes. The museum was really interesting aside from the ticket collection trouble. The tickets also come together with an audio guide. There was also an upslope to this location so if you are travelling with luggages, you may have some trouble going up or you can take the wheelchair access route which will take an extra 11minutes.