The city’s latest venture in elevated entertainment is the O2 Skywalk, or ‘Up at The O2’, a 90-minute climb over the famous domed roof of the O2 Arena in Greenwich.
The capital’s most sophisticated feat of modern design, The Shard is not only an impressive sight on London’s skyline, but it holds the title of the E.U’s tallest building at a whopping 1,016 feet high.
Built in celebration of the new millennium back in 2000, the London Eye is not only the biggest Ferris wheel in, but has fast become one of the capital’s biggest tourist attractions with 3.5 million annual visitors taking to the skies for one of the best views in London.
One of London’s principal landmarks, St. Paul’s Cathedral is sure to grace your London itinerary, but make sure you take the 250-step climb up into the viewing galleries of the iconic dome.
If money’s no issue, one of the most exhilarating ways to explore London from above is to take a helicopter tour.