Area & Activities

Activities to Enrich Your Stay

Make the most of your stay at JW Marriott Grosvenor House London, a 5-star hotel on Park Lane, near Harrods, Grosvenor Square and Oxford Street. From museums to theatres to bespoke culinary events, check with our Concierge for opening times and availability.

Family and Children's Activities

0.8 miles

Oxford/Regent Street Shopping

Phone: +44 20 7038 3718

Europe's largest high street, with over 300 shops, department stores & restaurants.

2.4 miles

Natural History Museum

Phone: +44 20 7942 5000

Hundreds of exciting, interactive exhibits in one of London’s most beautiful landmark buildings.

1 mile

Buckingham Palace

Time your visit to this awe-inspiring residence of the Monarchy to watch the Changing of the Guard.

Local Area & Activities Highlights

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament

The most famous structure within the Houses of Parliament is Big Ben, the 14-ton bell hung in 1858 that has kept exact time almost continuously since 1859.

The London Eye

Europe’s largest observation wheel stands at 135 metres and this Westminster landmark offers a bird’s-eye view of London stretching for over 25 miles.

Buckingham Palace

Open during August and September and featuring the state rooms and grand staircase of this Royal Family residence, which opened to the public in 1993.

More Local Area & Activities

Changing of the Guard

The Foot Guards of the Household Division, the Queen’s personal guard, offer a daily display of captivating pageantry.

Kew Gardens

A world premiere botanical garden, featuring plants from around the world, historic monuments, temples and conservatories for specific plant species.

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and rebuilt following the Great Fire of London between 1675 and 1710.

Tower Bridge

Completed in 1894 and hailed as a London icon, Tower Bridge is a great engineering marvel, with views from 42 m. high level walkways.

Tower of London

Since 1097 a Royal residence, armoury and prison for Crown enemies. Today the Crown jewels are protected by Beefeaters and Yeoman Warders.

Westminster Abbey

Since 1065 the Abbey has been used for coronations and weddings and is the burial place of more than 3000 of England’s poets, politicians, monks and royalty.

British Museum

One of the oldest and largest museums in the world at 4 kilometres housing 7 million objects representing a rich history of human cultures.

Natural History Museum

Galleries are divided into LIFE and EARTH, enjoy the natural world or develop and understand the impact of science on your life.

Tate Britain

Tate Britain houses the greatest collection of British Art, from 1500 to present day showcasing varied works of art and sculpture.

Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s greatest museum of art and design, with collections unrivalled in their scope and diversity.

Local Attractions

British Museum

Great Russell Street

Tate Modern


National Gallery

Trafalgar Square

Natural History Museum

Cromwell Road

The London Eye


Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Big Ben

Parliament Square

Royal Albert Hall

Kensington Gore

St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Churchyard

HM Tower of London

Tower Hill

Madame Tussauds

Marylebone Road

American Embassy

24 Grosvenor Square

Central St Martins College of Art & Design

Southampton Row in Holborn

Colony Club Casino

24 Hertfort Street

Design Museum

28 Shad Thames, South Bank

Area Sightseeing

Big Bus Company

Open top bus ride of London

Big Bus

Phone: +44 20 7233 9533

Cycle Tours of London


Cycle Tours of London

Phone: +44 20 7738 6310

Evan Evans Sightseeing Tours

London and Paris

Evan Evans

Phone: +44 20 7950 1777

Golden Tours

Tours of the UK

Golden Tours

Phone: +44 20 7233 7030

Guidelines to Britain

Tours of the UK

Guidelines to Britain

Phone: +44 20 8299 3000

More Activities

Horseback riding (0.3 miles) Jogging/fitness trail (0.1 miles) Tennis (0.3 miles) Tennis (7.5 miles) Bike Rentals (0.1 miles)
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