The Beefeaters keep guard in the Tower of London and are well known because of their striking uniforms all over the world! Print this step by step tutorial so that the kids can learn how to draw their very own Beefeater!
Learn to Draw London Landmarks
Kids can have fun with these printable step by step drawing tutorials for some of the best known London landmarks, people and transport. Use them if you are visiting London, studying the capital city, or perhaps to accompany the Summer Olympics. Click the links beneath each small image below to access the tutorials.
People come from all over the world to watch the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace! Now children can learn to draw their own Guard with our fun printable tutorial with step by step follow along instructions.
The London double-decker Routemaster bus is almost a landmark in its own right and recognised all over the world. Kids can have fun learning how to draw their own bus with our printable tutorial.
London's Hackney cabs, black cabs or taxis have become a symbol of England's capital city all over the world. Kids can follow along with our step by step drawing tutorial to learn how to draw their own London taxi.
The London Bobby, or policeman, is recognised all over the world because of his smart uniform and distinguishing helmet! Kids can have fun learning how to draw their own London policeman with this step by step tutorial to print.
Ravens often feature in myths. It is said if the ravens leave the Tower of London the Kingdom of England will fall. This learn to draw a raven tutorial will ensure that you can always have your own raven as long as you have pencil and paper.
Possibly London's best known and most loved landmark, Big Ben has been keeping the time for the capital city for many long years. Kids can enjoy this drawing tutorial which will teach them how to draw Big Ben in a simple step by step fashion.
Have fun learning how to draw the Queen's home in London, Buckingham Palace, with our fun step by step tutorial for kids. Just print out and follow along.
Standing at the entrance to Trafalgar Square, Marble Arch is a well known and striking London landmark. Kids can learn how to draw Marble Arch with this fun printable tutorial.
England's naval hero, Admiral Nelson, looks down on Trafalgar Square and is one of London's most famous landmarks. Kids can learn how to draw their own version of Nelson's Column with this fun printable tutorial.
Kids can learn how to draw St Paul's Cathedral with our printable tutorial, which breaks drawing this London landmark into a series of easy steps.
The Dome, or Millennium Dome, now the 02 Arena, was built for the year 2000 and is now one of London's most recognised landmarks. Kids can have fun learning how to draw their own version with this printable tutorial!
Officially called the Millennium Wheel but best known as the London Eye, this structure takes tourists high above London for spectacular views. Kids can learn to draw their own version with our printable drawing tutorial.
Home to the crown jewels, the Beefeaters, and many royal prisoners in years gone past, the Tower of London is a majestic and intimidating London landmark! Kids can learn to draw their own Tower of London with this printable.
Kids can follow the step by step tutorial to learn how to draw the famous London landmark, Tower Bridge.