Our Beefeater colouring page features a traditionally dressed Yeoman Warder ready to defend the Crown Jewels.
This is Activity Village's collection of original London colouring pages. Take a tour around England's capital city using some familiar London transport - the bus and taxi - and visit some of London's most famous sites!
Visitors to London love to visit the Tower and the brightly dressed Beefeaters, shown here in this detailed Beefeaters colouring page for kids.
Big Ben is the nickname for the bell in the clock tower near the Houses of Parliament in London, but we now think of the tower and clock as Big Ben as well.
For younger children here's a simple version of the Big Ben Clock Tower to colour. A fun way to prepare for or remember a trip to London.
Tourists from all over the world queue at the railings for a look at Buckingham Palace, the Queen's official London residence.
A must-see event on any tour of London, kids can enjoy the Changing of the Guards with this colouring page even if they can't visit! See A. A. Milne's beloved poem below.
Here's a colouring page of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to print and enjoy. It's not quite what we expect a theatre to look like today!
The London taxi or black cab is one of a kind and is recognised all around the world. Here's a colouring page for you to print and enjoy.
If you visit London you are almost certain to jump on a big red double-decker bus like this one! Here's a London bus colouring page for you to print and enjoy..
Built for the Millennium and now a well-known London landmark, kids can enjoy this London Eye colouring page, which is part of our colouring tour of London for children!
The real London Eye has 32 'pods' our simplified London Eye colouring page is great for younger children.
Print and enjoy this detailed colouring page of the London Olympic stadium, complete with sight-seeing children! This colouring page prints best with the borderless setting on your printer.
London's taxis, sometimes known as Hackney Carriages are famous around the world.
Only members of the Royal family and the King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery are historically allowed to pass under Marble Arch.
Here is another in our set of London landmarks colouring pages, this one features Nelson's Column.
Our police colouring page features a traditional British 'bobby'.
You'll need your red colouring pens for our tradional postbox colouring page.
Tourists love to watch the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. Here is a Queen's Guard for you to print and colour.
Many a child - and tourist - have tried to distract the Queen's Guard while on duty, and failed. And many have been amazed and impressed at their discipline and dedication.
London buses are famous around the world. Get your red pens busy on our iconic Routemaster bus colouring page.
This is another in our series of London colouring pages for younger children. This St Paul's Cathedral colouring page features one of London's most famous buildings.
Here is a traditional English telephone box colouring page for you to print and colour. You'll need a red pen!
Now known as the O2 arena the London Dome was built to mark the Millennium. Here's a simple colouring page of this distinctive building for you to print and colour.
The children in our Tower Bridge Colouring Page are watching and taking photos of the bridge rising to let boats through. Part of our London colouring tour for kids!
Tower Bridge is one of the most recognisable sights in London. Here's a Tower Bridge colouring page for younger children.
Print and colour in this detailed colouring page of the Tower of London, dating back to the Norman Conquests in 1066 and at times a palace, a prison and even a royal menagerie!
Have you had a day out at the Tower of London? This simple colouring page of one of London's most popular tourist attractions is perfect for younger children.
Here's a fun, detailed colouring page of Wembley Stadium to print for the London Olympics or football fans! Best printed using your printer's borderless settings.
Westminster Abbey was watched worldwide in 2011 as the venue for William and Kate's wedding, but it has also been a popular sight for visitors to London, just opposite the Houses of Parliament.
Here's a simple version of the magnificent gothic Westminster Abbey for younger children to colour.