Central London & the West End

Hitchin - Letchworth - Biggleswade - Potton - Gamlingay - Stotfold - Shefford - Sandy - Royston - St Neots - Clifton- Henlow - Ashwell - Baldock.
Taxi from Henlow
Would you like a car for the day, or just the evening. A1 Cars Private Hire Taxi Company will make it one to remember. Being picked up from your home, we will take you to your choice of venue, before your event commences.

Your driver will either park the car and wait for you, or if you prefer, can collect you later, when your evening has ended.

If you are having a good time and wish to stay longer, there is no pressure to return until you are ready, just keep your driver informed (wait and return only).

If you have items of belongings and don't wish to keep them with you, you can leave them with the driver and collect on your return.

Your driver will be ready and waiting for you, before you are due to depart from your venue.

A1 Cars Minibus A1 Cars Minibus - comfy seats A1 Cars Minibus - large luggage space

The Bank of England is known as the old lady of Threadneedle Street, whose ghost (legend of Sarah Whitehead) is said to haunt the bank's garden.

The Shard. This is referred to as the Shard of Glass. It is the tallest building in Europe and also the second tallest free structure building in the UK. The glass clad pyramidal structure has 72 floors, with a viewing gallery and an open air observation deck.

30 St Mary Axe is known as "The Gherkin". This is the second tallest building in the City of London. The Gherkin is not only a building for working in, but a place for relaxing and entertaining. Outstanding panoramic views of London can be seen from the top of the building and also has a lounge bar and top class restaurant. Private functions can also be held in this impressive place.

There is also the Arcadian Garden in the Plaza, which is open for members of the public to enjoy

The Science Museum - has a number of galleries with iconic steam engines, space, Stephenson's rocket, the Apollo spacecraft, aeroplanes, plenty to keep children amused.

Natural History Museum - most famous for its dinosaur skeletons, plus lots of different zones to explore

Victoria & Albert Museum - is the largest museum of decorative arts and design, costumes, jewellery, medieval objects and much more

The Tate Modern - is an art gallery housing contemporary and modern art. The galleries are housed in the former Bank side Power Station

Sea life Aquarium - is home to a collection of turtles, sharks, stingrays and marine life. It is next to the London Eye, just over Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben

London Zoo - is the worlds oldest zoo and has one of the largest collections of animals with 755 species

The Royal Opera House - hosts many opera's and performing arts

Saddler's Wells Theatre - is also dedicated to international dance including flamenco, hip hop, ballet and contemporary to name a few

Royal Albert Hall - is best known for its Annual Summer Prom concert. Every year over 350 events are held

Madam Tussuad's - is housed in the former planetarium. It is a major attraction in London, famous for creating celebrities and famous people in wax

London Eye - with magnificent views over London, with its giant Ferris wheel and individual capsules. Special occasions can also be arranged

Hyde Park - is one of the largest parks in London and famous for its Speakers Corner and venue's many famous rock concerts. Hyde Park also hosts "Winter Wonderland" featuring and ice rink, markets, restaurants, cafes, bars and a fun fair

HMS Belfast - explore the nine decks and discover the stories and life on board the warship. It is now a museum ship moored on the River Thames

London Marathon - a long distance running event, runners pass places such as Cutty Sark, go across Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, the embankment is the penultimate mile where you will see the London Eye, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. The finishing point is in The Mall alongside St James Palace

Harrods in Knights bridge - there are 330 departments with a very wide range of products. There are restaurants serving high tea to pub food, tapas and haute cuisine. The seasonal Christmas department and food hall are a couple of the famous departments visitors like to see

The Ritz - Savoy - Dorchester - Grosvenor - Hilton Hotels - enjoy afternoon tea or dinner with friends and family or for a special occasion enjoy and overnight stay

Adelphi - Prince Edward - Victoria Palace - The Strand - Apollo - Lyceum Theatres - to name a few and enjoy a lovely evening out at a show, or musical

Other attractions could include Buckingham Palace along the with changing of the guard, St Paul's Cathedral and Marble Arch

 

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