Whether you are staying for three nights or several weeks, it’s important to plan your stay. There are local attractions to suit every visitor, from shopping to cultural activities, fine dining or great family days out, there is always something in Westminster for everyone.
For family fun, London Zoo is located in Regents Park and it is open all year round. Oxford Street is the longest shopping street in the world featuring world famous flagship stores. There are also an abundance of restaurants, theatres and galleries all within easy walking distance of your Heritage Apartment.
Westminster is home to some of the World’s most iconic landmarks and attractions. If you have time, why not take in the sights by taking a river cruise on a Thames Clipper? London attractions a short walk away include;
There are numerous shopping districts surrounding our Heritage Apartments. Westminster is home to world famous department stalls, flagship stores for iconic brands and individual boutiques full of character.
Hyde Park is the largest of the four parks in Westminster. Points of interest include the Serpentine Art Gallery and boating lake, where rowing and pedal boats are available to hire. The Princess Diana Memorial Fountain and Memorial children’s playground are great places to visit with the family.
Regent's Park was designed by John Nash. The park also houses an Open Air Theatre, London Zoo and Primrose Hill, which offers some of the best views across London.
Comprising just over 40 acres of mature trees and grassland next to Buckingham Palace, the peaceful triangle between Piccadilly and Constitution Hill offers a popular location for picnics and sunbathing in fine weather.
The oldest of the royal parks is at the heart of ceremonial London. It includes The Mall and Horse Guards Parade, where you can see the changing of the Queen's guards every day.
The museums in Westminster offer something for all interests and age ranges – many of which have free admission. The Natural History museum and Science Museum in Kensington are great places to visit with children, with lots of interactive displays.
From the old masters to modern art, the galleries in Westminster offer something for all tastes. Many of these galleries run special exhibitions throughout the year, check their websites for details and tickets.
Westminster has thousands of restaurants, ranging from world famous Michelin starred establishments to the classic British fish and chip takeaway. All of our Heritage Apartments have their own modern cooking facilities, but if you want a break from cooking, here are a few of our favourite restaurants from around the borough;
There are over 50 theatres in Westminster featuring world class musical theatre and plays. We recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment, but for last minute tickets try the reliable non-profit Leicester Square ticket booth, aka tkts.