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Make memories of a lifetime with family and friends on a big day out with City Sightseeing London.

We’ve teamed up with City Sightseeing London to help protect our treasured memories and end the heartbreak of dementia.

Dementia affects almost one million people in the UK right now. It takes away our precious memories, impacts the way we connect with others, and how we live our everyday lives.

As the UK’s leading dementia research charity, we believe that medical research will deliver preventions, treatments, and one day, a cure for dementia.

Our scientists are working at pace to find the life-changing treatments we desperately need.

Make Memories

With over 120 cities to choose from worldwide, where will you be making memories on your next City Sightseeing tour?
For every tour booked through this link, City Sightseeing will donate 10% of the total booking value to Alzheimer’s Research UK.

Donate today to help end dementia

Did you know?

• Dementia is the leading cause of death in the UK.

• One in two people know someone affected by dementia.

• There are four cancer researchers for every one dementia scientist in the UK.

The smartest thing

Our incredible brains are the smartest thing in the universe. Responsible for all we’ve ever created, felt or dreamt. So, it’s no surprise that our brains will help us overcome deadly brain diseases, like Alzheimer’s. Our research will make this possible.

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Think Brain Health

Did you know there are things you can do to reduce your risk of developing dementia? Join the big Brain Health Check-in to find out how.

For future generations

Gifts in Wills make one in three of our vital research projects possible. Download our free guide to find out how you can offer hope to future generations.


If you have questions about dementia, get in touch with our dedicated Infoline who can help.

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