It's no secret that tourists are a big fan of our city. But there are certain places that people who actually live here would avoid at all costs (we're looking at you, M&M's World). But which attractions would Londoners choose to visit? A survey conducted by YouGov found that the Natural History Museum was the city's top attraction for Londoners, with 69 percent saying they've been there.
And we're not just into dinosaurs - the Science Museum came second place with 66 percent, followed by the London Eye, London Zoo and Tower Bridge (all with 65 percent). But apparently we're not big fans of The Bard, as only 33 percent of people had been to the Globe Theatre, meaning it came bottom of the list in the top 20. Soz, Shakespeare.