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Get your phone ready to start collecting your selfies and see what the London Tourism has to offer.

Forget about the museums and theme parks pay the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not a weird London Tourism attraction.

Why not join the London Tourism team on a magical trip, as there is much to see. The city is overwhelming with major sights like Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London to name a few. However, if you have seen the major sightseeing in the city join us on a magical trip in finding out what are the extraordinary and strangest sights to see in London.

Get your phone ready to start collecting your selfies and see what the London Tourism has to offer. We have selected some of the most unusual places around London – get ready for a mysterious journey throughout this magnificent capital.

  1. Enjoy a Theatrical Dining ExperienceVisit London-London Tourism place

Underneath the vaults in Waterloo Station is a place known as the Twist where you can enjoy some food with a difference – that is if you have the stomach. Start preparing yourself to snack on wiggling worms (spaghetti we think and hope as they assure you) or chewy battered pigeon.

The menus outright stomach turning served by Mr and Mrs Twit themselves. Enjoy and taste some irresistibly horrible main course meals with a difference when visiting this London Tourism place. The food and theatrical entertainments out of this world, making you look twice at the food set out in front of you. However, enjoying this theatrical experience with food and booze included costs you £150 a ticket.

  1. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not

Forget about the museums and theme parks pay the Ripley’s Believe It Or NLondon Tourism-Ripley's Believe It or Notot a weird London Tourism attraction. View all the strange exhibits available! See the Shrunken Human Heads all the way from Lim, Peru. See the heads; they used to shrink as war trophies learning about their rituals and victories they celebrated.

There are loads to see with more than over 700 artefacts on display to make your imagination go into unexplored territories. All artefacts spread over six packed floors to inspire you with world-renowned collections. There are different tickets available to buy from individual tickets (adults £27.95 and children £20.95), meal packages, attraction packages, group bookings and more.

  1. The London Wetland Centre

For the wildlife in you, that needs some taming visit the London Tourism attraction the London Wetland Centre. This 105-acre wildlife area founded in the city and has four abandoned Victoria lakes hidden away in the Thames. Walk the walkways or perch on a bench while viewing all the birds up close.

The London Wetland Centre-London Tourism

This spectacular nature reserve offers all with entertainment of all sorts. Enjoy guided walks if you want to learn more about the wildlife and enjoy some pond dipping sessions. Pack a picnic to relax on the grass or enjoy some food at the café on the outdoor terrace.  

  1. Enjoy Some Lunch at the Indian YMCA Restaurant

For the best authentic curries, there is no better place than this London Tourism place known as the Indian YMCA. This popular place has been serving up food for generations in the UK. A concrete modernist building with glass for all to visit and enjoy some home cooked Indian food.

With its queue canteen styled counter, the prices are cheap when viewing the pegboard menu displayed. They have great freshly prepared dishes such as the turmeric coloured Toor Dal with mounds of rice soaked up by the delicious sauces.

You can even enjoy a great breakfast at this London Tourism place with a snack of Dahi Wada swathed in palliative yoghurt. Are you hungry yet? Head over there they are in 41 Fitzroy Square they even have sinks for washing your hands afterwards that are discreetly concealed. Check, them out, the prices are reasonable.

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