Here is a poster of a Beefeater, or Yeoman Warder as they are formally known, for you to print and display.
Just for fun, these simple illustrated posters for younger children feature some of London's most famous landmarks and sites, from Nelson's Column and Buckingham Palace, to a red London postbox and a Beefeater in all his finery!
Here's a poster of the Big Ben Clock Tower - one of a set of posters featuring London landmarks. If you can't make it to the city yourself why not display them around the room and do your own spotters walk?
Here's a poster of Buckingham Palace, the official London residence of Queen Elizabeth II, for you to print and display.
This fun poster shows a London sky filled with fireworks! You can see the London Eye lit up in pink in the middle!
Here's a poster of Marble Arch for you to print and display. This triumphal arch was originally the state entrance to Buckingham Palace.
Print and display our traditional postbox poster as part of a UK or London topic. It might also be a fun way to show where to post class cards at Valentine's Day or Christmas.
Are you doing a London topic at school? Our Queen's Guard poster will be a fun addition to any London themed display.
The bright red traditional telephone boxes of England are a cultural icon that even had a starring role in the Harry Potter films. If you are making a display about England, don't forget to include our telephone box poster.
The London Dome was built as part of the Millennium celebrations to help regenerate the London Docklands. Here's a poster for you to print and display.
London is proud of its bridges! Here's a poster of Tower Bridge, perhaps the most recognisable of all of them.
The Tower of London has played an important part in England's history since Norman times. Here's a poster of this famous landmark for you to print and display.