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Remember the Great Fire at The Monument

One of the capital's most famous landmarks was built to commemorate the Great Fire of London that started in a bakery in Nearby Pudding Lane in 1666. Climb the 311 spiral steps to the top of the tower, designed by Christopher Wren, to be rewarded with spectacular views across the city. Monument Tube station is a stone's throw from the landmark, while Cannon Street railway station is a 5-minute walk away.

Walk across the Thames

If you want to go exploring south of the river, wander across London Bridge or take the Tube. You can enjoy two top attractions for the price of one - if you dare - with the London Bridge Experience and London Tombs. Learn about the bridge's history and haunted tunnels as you encounter spooky characters and meet the Keeper of the Heads. Moving on to the terrifying London Tombs, brave the haunted catacombs as zombies leap at you from the darkness.

Hop aboard HMS Belfast

Experience what life was like at sea as you climb aboard this historic warship to explore all nine decks. Sit in the captain's chair and navigate Europe's only surviving World War Two cruiser. Go high and low, keeping a lookout on the flag deck and burrowing down into the engine rooms 15ft below sea level. Looking for a cheap hotel Near The Monument? Try Travelodge London Central Tower Bridge Hotel or Travelodge London Central Bank Hotel, which are conveniently located for a host of attractions.