Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles London is home to many amazing attractions. But what are the official top 10 most popular? It's time to take a look from a different perspective. Where can you get up close and personal with celebrities and royalty? At number 10, it's the original Madame Tussauds. More than 250 precise measurements are taken to accurately create a wax figure. Fancy a journey to the centre of time and space? At number 9, The Royal Museums Greenwich: a group of three attractions in a world heritage site Steer a ship into port at the National Maritime Museum. Explore the beautiful Queen's House; backdrop to numerous feature films. Climb aboard the Cutty Sark, the last surviving T clipper ship. Hop from one hemisphere to the other over the Prime Meridian at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Have you seen the dazzling Crown Jewels? The mighty Tower of London is at number 8. Established in 1066 to keep hostile forces at bay, you can stand on the spot where Anne Boleyn, one of Henry VIII's 6 wives, lost her head. Do you know where you can see Da Vinci's notebook and Mick Jagger's jumpsuit? The Victoria and Albert Museum is at number 7. Immerse yourself in over 3000 years of fashion, art and design. From sculptures to jewellery, textiles to photographs - prepare to be inspired. Now, it's time to travel back in time and peer into the future. At number 6, the Science Museum. From steam trains to space rockets, and everything in between - embark on a historic journey charting the world's greatest ever inventions. Where can you enjoy amazing city views stretching 25 miles in every direction? At number 5, is the London Eye. On average the London Eye receives more visitors per year than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids. Which art gallery used to power the city? Tate Modern is at number 4. From Damien Hirst to Rothko - prepare yourself for contemporary art on a truly spectacular scale. Next stop is a place where you can see 70 million specimens, from the microscopic to the mammoth. The Natural History Museum is at number 3. Explore the wonders of nature in one of London's finest museum buildings. Come face to face with animals from the past and the present, and watch out for the dinosaurs. Where can you see masterpieces by Van Gogh, Turner, Michelangelo and Rembrandt for free? At number 2, the National Gallery. Sitting proudly on Trafalgar Square, this landmark attraction houses over 2300 of the world's finest paintings. So what's in the top spot? An amazing destination documenting over 2 million years of human history. At number 1, it has to be the one and only, British Museum. The museum tells the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present day, including world famous objects such as the Parthenon Sculptures and the Rosetta stone. Now see London's official Top 10 attractions for yourself. Find out more at visitlondon.com or subscribe to get more great videos.