London Sightseeing Map

An Exclusive Guide To London Neighborhoods

This London sightseeing map is designed to highlight the different areas within the city and help the visitor discover London in a totally new way.

London is an old city and it's design and layout has developed over two thousand years. As such it has a rather unusual layout which can be rather confusing and which can mean that some visitors may be missing some of the city's hidden treasures.

London is however broken down into smaller areas, with names obtained from the city's rich history and heritage. Each area has it's own unique feel and style and as a lifelong Londoner I hope to introduce you to them and show just how unique and diverse London can be.

Discover each of the London neighborhoods and find things to do such as:

  • Museums to visit in the area
  • Restaurants and Cafes,
  • Theatres and other entertainment,
  • Places of interest
  • Tube stations

The nine Inner area's are walkable but if walking isn't your thing the city does have a rather excellent bus and tube network with discount travel cards available when you buy a The London Pass .

London Neighborhoods Highlights

9 Inner London Areas



British Museum, Russell Square, Wellcome Collection, Antique Print and Booksellers 

West End

London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, Opera House, London Theatres 

The City

Museum of London, Tower of London, Dr Johnson's House, Bank of England 

St. Pancras

Charles Dickens House, British Library, Coram's Fields

South Bank

Design Museum, London Eye, Clink Prison, Royal Festival Hall, National Theatre, Tate Modern 


Sir John Soanes Museum, Lincoln,s Inn, Hatton Garden, Fleet Street, The Temple Inns 


Handel House, Faraday museum, Bond Street, Hard Rock Cafe, Royal Academy of Arts, The Ritz 


Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Harrods, Royal Albert Hall 


Cabinet War Rooms, National Army Museum, Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey 

Outer London Areas


North London

Camden Market, Regents Park, Air Force Museum, Keats House, 

West London

Kew Gardens, Hogarths House, Kew Steam Museum

South London

Maritime Museum, Wimbledon Tennis Club, Cutty Sark, Greenwich Park, Horniman Museum 

East London

Docklands Museum, Museum of childhood, Olympic Park 

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