You can get good information at the Travel Information Centre near the Eurostar arrivals area at St. Pancras International train station and at Victoria and Liverpool Street stations. These are helpful if you're looking for brochures for London sights, or if something's gone horribly wrong with your hotel reservation—if, for example, you don't have one—as they have a useful reservations service. The Victoria station center, opposite Platform 8, is open Monday–Saturday 7:15 am–8:15 pm, Sunday 8:15 am–7 pm; the St. Pancras center Monday–Saturday 7:15 am–8:15 pm, Sunday 8:15 am–7 pm; while Liverpool Street and Euston station centers are open Monday–Thursday 7:15 am–7 pm, Friday and Saturday 7:15 am–8 pm and Sunday 8:15 am–7 pm. The one at Piccadilly Circus Tube station is open weekdays 8 am–7 pm, Saturday 9:15 am–7 pm, Sunday 9:15 am–6 pm. The Travel Information Centre at Heathrow is open daily 7:30 am– 7:30 pm. There are also London Tourist Information Centres in Greenwich and some other Outer London locations with new centers set to open in Paddington station and Gatwick airport (North Terminal).
Other Websiteswww.londontown.com, www.standard.co.uk, www.bbc.co.uk.
Britain and London Visitor Centre. 1 Regent St.,, Piccadilly Circus, London, SW1Y 4NR. www.visitlondon.com.