London Landmarks

This A - Z of London landmarks lists each famous London landmark. The landmarks are listed from A to Z, making it easy to locate the London attraction of your choice.

If a landmark is pre-fixed with the word 'The' (for example, 'The Gherkin') then you need to scroll down to the letter 'T', instead of the letter 'G'.      

Abbey Road the legendary Beatles zebra crossing
Albert Memorial Kensington Gardens landmark
Admiralty Arch iconic archway that is a famous landmark of central London
Battersea Power Station iconic London building
Big Ben the iconic clock tower at the Palace of Westminster
Bond Street one of the world's most famous shopping streets
BT Tower iconic London landmark
Buckingham Palace the home of Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
Buckingham Palace Tours annual summer opening of the palace to the public
Buddhapadipa Temple beautiful Buddhist temple
Canary Wharf one of the world's financial centres and a landmark of modern London
City Hall the famous home of the Mayor of London and the London Assembly
Cleopatra's Needle 2,000-year-old ancient-Egptian obelisk, donated to London in the nineteenth century
Downing Street home of the British Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer
Globe Theatre reconstruction of the iconic medieval Shakespearian theatre
Harrods the world's most famous department store
Houses of Parliament the home of British politics
Hyde Park royal park, one of the most famous parks in the world
Kensington Palace royal palace, the home of Diana, Princess of Wales
Leicester Square major London landmark
London Duck Tours fantastic tours of central London taking in many major London landmarks
London Eye iconic ferris wheel offering awesome panaromic views across London
London Wall ancient wall built by the Romans to protect Londinium between 190AD and 225AD
Marble Arch famous marble monument, built in 1828
Neasden Temple stunning Hindu temple; the largest in the world, outside of India
Nelson's Column iconic London landmark
Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich Sir Christopher Wren's magnificent twin-domed centrepiece of Maritime Greenwich
Olympia architecturally stunning exhibition centre
Olympic Orbit stunning piece of public art and observation tower in the Olympic Park
Oxford Street Europe's busiest shopping street
OXO Tower famous South Bank landmark
Parliament Square London landmark
Piccadilly Circus iconic London landmark and shopping area
Primrose Hill iconic London landmark providing wonderful views across the city
Royal Albert Hall iconic concert venue and events venue
Southwark Cathedral historic Gothic church, built between 1220 and 1420
St James's Palace home of the Princess Royal
St Magnus The Martyr historic church
St Pancras Station Grade I listed Victorian Gothic architecture
St Paul's Cathedral 17th century Anglican cathedral
Summer Swing Kew Gardens summer concerts at the UNESCO World Heritage Site
Thames Cruises cruises of the River Thames, taking in many landmarks
The Cenotaph famous monument to Britain's military casualties
The Gherkin iconic London landmark
The Mall world-famous red road, that is used for ceremonial occasions 
The Monument to the Great Fire of London, built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1677
The o2 the world's busiest arena venue
The Old Bailey the world's most famous criminal court
The Shard Europe's largest building
The View from The Shard
Tower 42 one of Britain's tallest buildings with restaurants offering 600-feet views above London
Tower Bridge iconic London landmark
Tower Bridge Exhibition tour of the world-famous Tower Bridge
Tower of London 11th century royal castle and one of the most famous buildings in the world
Trafalgar Square iconic London landmark
Twickenham Stadium the world's most famous rugby stadium; also used as major concert venue
Twickenham Stadium Tour tour of the most famous rugby stadium on the planet
Wellington Arch located by Buckingham Palace commemorating the Napoleonic wars
Wembley Stadium world's most famous football ground; also a major concert venue
Wembley Stadium Tour tour of the world's most famous football stadium
Westminster Abbey UNESCO World Heritage site and burial place of the British monarchy
Westminster Cathedral the United Kingdom's largest Catholic church