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  • Exclusive Discounts for Apex Hotels Guests

    Simply show your Apex key card at these London attractions and you will get a handy discount!

    Free London Attractions

    British Museum

    The British Museum is one of the great museums of the world, showing the works of man from prehistoric to modern times with collections drawn from the whole world.

    Tate Modern

    The UK's largest modern art gallery which includes masterpieces by Dali, Picasso, Warhol and Matisse.

    National Gallery

    The National Gallery has one of the greatest collections of European paintings in the world. A permanent collection spans the period 1250 - 1900 and consists of over 2,300 Western European paintings by many of the world's famous artists.

    Natural History Museum

    The Natural History Museum reveals how the jigsaw of life fits together. Animal, vegetable or mineral, the best of our planet's most amazing treasures are here for you to see.

    Science Museum

    The Science Museum is world-renowned for its historic collections, awe-inspiring galleries, family activities and exhibitions.

    V&A Museum

    Quite possibly the largest museum of applied art in the world, the Victoria and Albert displays extraordinary collections from around the world from Venetian glass and Chinese art, to high-button shoes and tapestry cartoons by Raphael.

    Natural Maritime Museum

    This national museum explains Britain's worldwide influence through its explorers, traders, migrants and naval power.

    National Portrait Gallery

    Portraits in all mediums, from oil and watercolour to sculpture and drawings depict famous and infamous British men and women from the Tudors to the present day.

    Tate Britain

    Tate Britain holds the world's greatest collection of British art from 1500 to the present day. Highlights include works by Hogarth, Stubbs, Reynolds, the Pre-Raffaelites Millais and Rossetti, as well as modern artists such as Bacon, Freud, Hepworth, Moore and the Young British Artists (YBAs) of the 1990s.

    British Library

    The British Library houses the World's greatest treasure house of books, manuscripts, maps, stamps and sound recordings.

    Imperial War Museum

    The museum explains the two world wars and many other conflicts fought since 1945.  Exhibits range from tanks and aircraft to personal letters and ration books.

    For more information on what to see and do in London see www.visitlondon.com

    London Pass - 5% Off!

    The London Pass is the ultimate complement to a London sightseeing trip: choose from over 50 of the best London tourist attractions with one affordable ticket.

    The London Pass also gets you offers and discounts at many restaurants, shops and entertainment options around the city, and at busy tourist attractions it allows you to skip the lines.

    Visit the Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral & London Zoo or take a tour of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre – you will not be lost for things to do in London with a London Pass.

    Apex Hotel Guests can benefit from a fantastic 5% off London Pass. To take advantage of this offer, simply click below.

    London Insider Tips

    "The Royal Air Force Museum is a great place to visit. It includes suspended aircraft, touch screen technology, simulator rides, a hands-on section and film shows." www.rafmuseum.org
    Chris Shooter, IT Manager

    "Check out the Royal Observatory in Greenwich where you can stand on the Greenwich Meridian Line, Longitude Zero, which divides East and West." www.nmm.ac.uk
    Scott Hermiston, Sales Manager

    "The Transport Museum in Covent Garden has free entrance for under 16s.  It includes spectacular vehicles, special exhibitions, guided tours, gallery talks and children's craft workshops." www.ltmuseum.co.uk
    Sara Thomson, Director of Business Development

    "The area around the OXO Tower and Gabriel's Wharf is a great place to spend some time.  Browse the art galleries, watch the street artists and take a break in any of the restaurants and bars that sit along the south bank of the river."
    Karl Mitchell, Deputy General Manager, Apex City of London Hotel

    "Camden Market is great place to search for a bargain.  Go along on a weekday to avoid the crowds."  www.camdenlock.net
    Francesco Albertazzi, Guest Services Manager

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