Question: Which of these is NOT in London?
Answer: Edinburgh Castle
Question: What famous London address is located at postcode SW1A 2AA?
Answer: 10 Downing Street
Question: In which direction does the M2 motorway go from London?
Answer: South east
Question: What is the nickname given to the clock tower of the Houses of Parliament?
Answer: Big Ben
Question: What street does the Prime Minister live?
Answer: Downing Street
Question: In relation to London, where does Stansted Airport lie?
Answer: North east
Question: Which London landmark was described in 1893 as 'a striking contrast to the dull ugliness of our street sculpture'?
Question: What is the final stop on the Piccadilly Tube Line travelling east?
Question: Which of these is a London landmark?
Answer: Tower of London
Question: In 1991, which London building was fired at and damaged by 3 IRA mortar bombs?
Answer: 10 Downing Street
Question: Which of these a London Underground line?
Question: In which London Park is Round Pond situated?
Answer: Hyde Park
Question: In which area of London does a Caribbean carnival take place every August?
Answer: Notting Hill
Question: Which of these is a major road junction in south London?
Answer: Elephant and Castle
Question: On which London street is The Ritz Hotel?
Question: At which London palace was Henry VIII born?
Answer: Eltham Palace
Question: Which word was used to describe London, as epitomised in Carnaby Street, in the 1960s?
Question: In 18th century London, what were 'mohocks'?
Answer: Upper class ruffians
Question: In Cockney rhyming slang, what are 'mince pies'?
Question: Which of these London districts lies furthest north?
Question: At which London palace will the Duke & Duchess of Cambridge set up home?
Answer: Kensington Palace
Question: In which county can one find London Luton Airport?
Question: What's the colloquial name for London's Underground system?
Question: What bridge is next to the Houses of Parliament?
Answer: Westminster Bridge
Question: In which park is London Zoo situated?
Answer: Regent's Park
Question: On which Tube line is Mornington Crescent?
Question: What color is the Jubilee Line on the tube map?
Question: Which river runs through the city of London, England?
Question: Where in London is the Royal Opera House?
Answer: Covent Garden
Question: Where in London is Nelson´s column?
Answer: Trafalgar Square
Question: What color are all of London's buses?
Question: Which London airport has 5 terminals?
Question: What was London's Millennium Dome renamed to?
Answer: O2 Arena
Question: What's the name of the famous children's hospital that opened in London in 1852?
Answer: Great Ormond Street
Question: Which London tourist attraction was ravaged by a fire in May 2007?
Answer: Cutty Sark
Question: Which London museum should you visit if you want to see the life size Diplodocus dinosaur cast?
Answer: Natural History
Question: How many faces has the clock on Big Ben's tower?
Question: Who did Londoners elect in 2007 to stand for the Tory party at the 2008 London Mayoral elections?
Answer: Boris Johnson
Question: In Cockney rhyming slang, which part of your body is your 'Barnet'?
Question: What bridge leads to The Houses of Parliament?
Question: In December 1962, what was responsible for the death of 60 Londoners in just 3 days?
Question: Who designed the iconic London Tube Map?
Answer: Harry Beck
Question: Which of these London landmarks is situated on the South Bank of the Thames?
Answer: London Eye
Question: In London, along which edge of St.James' Park does Birdcage Walk run?
Question: Borough Market was opened in which year?
Question: Back in the 1700s, who was the first tenant of 25 Brook Street, London?
Question: Which district of London is so named because it was once the site of a forge?
Question: In 1990, which 'Tory tax' provoked the worst rioting in London for a century?
Answer: Poll tax
Question: Leicester Square was built in what year?
Question: Until 1529, what was the main London residence of the Kings of England?
Answer: Westminster Hall
Question: What color is the District Line on a London Underground map?
Question: What decade did the last execution at Tower of London take place?
Question: The Tate Modern was opened in which year?
Question: Dying in London in 2006, whose last words were 'The bastards got me but they won't get everybody'?
Answer: Alexander Litvinenko
Question: Which street in London takes its name from a croquet like game once played by Charles I ?
Answer: Pall Mall
Question: In which London location was the first Monsoon store opened in the 1970s?
Answer: Beauchamp Place
Question: What are you entering in London if you drive over a large C in a circle on the road?
Answer: Congestion Zone
Question: In 1970s London, Balcombe Street and the Spaghetti House in Knightsbridge, were in the news as locations for what?
Question: Which international road race held a stage between London and Canterbury in July 2007?
Answer: Tour de France
Question: Lambeth Palace was built in which year?
Answer: 13th Century
Question: From the 1660s to the 1960s, what sort of wholesale market was situated at Covent Garden in London?
Answer: Fruit and vegetables
Question: Which London Underground Station used to be called Great Central?
Question: What's the name of the police tactic that was controversially used at the G20 protests in London in 2009?
Question: Which part of London would you most associate with opera?
Answer: Covent Garden
Question: Marble Arch underpass has how many exits?
Question: Which museum's collection was founded on that of Sir Hans Sloane?
Answer: Natural History
Question: Which government department has its own HQ in Queen Anne's Gate?
Answer: Home Office
Question: The Thames Barrier was built in which year?
Question: What artificial stretch of water in Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens London was made by order of Queen Caroline in 1730?
Answer: The Serpentine
Question: Which London street does one associate with the 1960s fashion scene?
Question: In London, which bridge over the Thames does the A301 run over?
Answer: Waterloo Bridge
Question: Westfield shopping center in Shephered Bush was opened in which year?
Question: In 1936 which organization established its headquarters at London's Alexandra Palace?
Question: What color is the Victoria line on the London Underground?
Question: In what year was The Strand Tube Station closed?
Question: When were the Houses of Parliament rebuilt in London?
Question: Hamley's Toy Store was opened to the public in which year?
Question: Which 'street' in London takes its name from the ornamental collars once made by the 17th century tailor Robert Baker?
Question: In what year did Vauxhall Bridge first open?
Question: What London Borough is the smallest in terms of size?
Answer: Kensington and Chelsea
Question: In 2011, it was calculated that the US Embassy owed how much in unpaid Congestion Zone charges?
Answer: £5 million
Question: In what year did Southwark Bridge first open?
Question: How many people per year visit the London Eye?
Answer: 3.5 million
Question: How many years did it take to build The Shard in London?
Answer: 5 Years
Question: What is unique about the new bridge in London that is proposed to open in 2016?
Answer: It will be a floating garden
Question: In what year did Waterloo Bridge first open?
Question: In what year did London get the 0203 dialling code, as it has run out of the previous codes?
Question: Charlie Chaplin was born in London in which year?
Question: Buckingham Palace was opened to the public in which year?
Question: In what year did the Great Plague srike London?
Question: The Great Plague of London occured over which years?
Question: How long does it take for the London Eye to rotate?
Answer: 30 minutes
Question: In what year was Brompton Road Tube Station closed?
Question: How many times did Ken Livingstone get elected as Mayor of London?
Question: Which of the phone numbers is not a London code?
Question: In what year did the Notting Hill Carnival first take place?
Question: How any Kilometers does the London Tube network stretch too?