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The National Gallery - London
Since 1831 the National Gallery of London has been situated in Trafalgar Square and is one of the landmarks of London City, containing over 2,000 works from the world’s most famous artists. There is free entry for the public to the National Gallery and is always worth visiting. Open daily from 10am.
Tower of London
Building commenced on the Tower of London in 1080 and the buildings have held many prisoners since. Full of history and stories the Tower of London is of huge historic importance to London City and a must see for all tourists. Full of history, scandal and haunted ny the ghosts of the past!
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Tate Modern - London
The Tate Modern in London is a wonderful gallery of international modern art. Open since 2000, the gallery tells the story of modern British and international art with a large selection of tours and multimedia events, the Tate is an inspiring experience. With many and varied axhibitions on a month by month basis, the Tate Modern - London is at the forefront of modern and contemporary art.
London's famous Big Ben is the nickname for the great bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London and is generally extended to refer to the clock or the clock tower as well. It is the largest four-faced chiming clock and the third-tallest free-standing clock tower in the world. The clock first ticked on 31 May 1859. One of many iconic tourist attractions in London, you cannot miss it!
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The London Eye is the largest observation wheel in the world and one of London city’s top attractions, with panoramic views, a great experience for tourists with magical views when night falls. When visiting London City the “eye” is definitely worth exploring.
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Buckingham Palace and Changing of the Guard
Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the Royal Family in London since 1837 and is one of London City’s most beautiful and historic buildings, with 775 rooms it can be easy to get lost. The changing of the guard is a fantastic event for tourists with the guards upholding the traditions of the past giving us a glimpse of the history of London City.
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Victoria and Albert Museum - London
The Victoria and Albert Museum - London, is the world’s greatest and most intriguing museum of art and design. With a constant flow of new exhibits, events and courses it is a must see for anybody visiting London City. There are a number of creative live events on regularly that are well worth catching. Click on their link below to see what is happenign this week in the museum.
Saint Paul's Cathedral - London
Saint Pauls Cathedral in London has stood since 604AD and still remains a busy, working church. Because of its rich and diverse history it is one of London City’s most popular tourist attraction and its wonderful architecture is sure to impress.Steeped in history and , it it a must see for any visitor to London.
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The British Museum - London
The British Museum - London first opened its doors in 1759 and has become one of the world’s most important and impressive museums. It has expanded throughout the years and now exhibits amazing artefacts and sculptures. There are a constant number of events and showcases appearing at the museum and it is well worth a long visit. With a vast showcase of world arts and artefacts, the museum is one of the best tourist attractions in London and is free to all visitors.
Natural History Museum _ London
The Natural History Museum of London opened in 1881 and its vision has always been to assist in advancing the knowledge of the natural world, without doubt it has achieved this. The museum constantly surprises and ensures you full attention is required. This is one of London City’s most interesting and fascinating sights and it is a great way to spend a day, exploring all the museum has to offer.
Science Museum London
The Science Museum of London founded in 1857 is world renowned for its historic collections, awe inspiring galleries and futuristic exhibitions. Interactive, informative and always great fun, the Science Museum is a stand out attraction in London City.
Madame Tussauds - London
The world famous Madame Tussauds - London City has attracted millions of tourists from all parts of the world. Showcasing the good, the bad, the rich and the powerful. It is a journey through history -from kings and queens of old to newly found celebrities like Cheryl Cole and Lady Gaga. A fun and interesting trip is always guaranteed and it is one of the best tourist attractions in London
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Ripley's Believe It or Not - London
Ripley's Museum - London has a massive selection of things to see, with over 500 exhibits and a huge collection of global attractions, it is the fastest growing museum-type attraction in the world. From the bizzare, strange and odd to the downright interesting, you will never be bored at Ripley's - London
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British Music Experience - London
This really is a London "experience". The show is an innovative and state of the art exhibition which sets out the history of British music, featuring over 100 artists including the Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Based in London's fantastic O2 Arena there are loads of different activities to see and do, including the "Gibson" recording studio where you can record and keep your own music talents!
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London Film Museum
Discover the real magic behind the scences of movies filmed in London and the UK, such as Harry Potter and Sherlock Holmes and less obvious films such as Superman, Indiana Jones and Superman. The London Film Museum has an extensive collection of interesting TV and Movie memorabilia, props and film and TV sets. It is one of the most interesting tourist attractions in London and well worth a visit.
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From Queen Mary to Queen Victoria and Princess Margaret to Princess Diana, it is the feminine influence of generations of Royal women that has shaped this stylish palace and its elegant gardens. Bought in 1689, the house was adapted for royal residence by Sir Christopher Wren and for the next 70 years it played host to the courts of William and Mary, Queen Anne, George I and George II. It was also the childhood home of Princess Victoria and the place where she found out she had become Queen.
Explore the finery of this stylish palace, and the stories behind it. Discover for yourself some of Kensington's sights and stories, whether you're planning your visit, or just wanting to learn more about this beautiful palace and its history
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Shakespeare's Globe Exhibition & Theatre Tour is the world's largest visitor experience devoted to Shakespeare and the London in which he lived and worked. Based under the Globe Theatre, the engaging and informative Exhibition explores the remarkable story of the Globe, and brings Shakespeare's world to life using a range of interactive displays and live demonstrations. Find out about extravagant Elizabethan costumes, musical instruments and how they were used. A visit to the Exhibition includes a 30-minute guided tour of the Globe Theatre. Our expert guide-storytellers provide fascinating tours of the auditorium, vividly recreating colourful stories of the 1599 Globe and the reconstruction process in the 1990s and how the ‘wooden O’ works today as an imaginative and experimental space.
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Hampton Court Palace
The flamboyant Tudor monarch, Henry VIII is most associated with this majestic Palace. He lavished money on fabulous tapestries and paintings, housed and fed a huge court and pursued a succession of wives, political power and domination over Rome. However, the elegance and romance of the palace owes much to the Baroque buildings created by Sir Christopher Wren for the joint monarchs William and Mary at the end of the 17th century. The palace is set in 60 acres of formal gardens and more than 750 acres of parkland.
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Churchill War Rooms
Deep beneath the bustle of London lie the original Cabinet War Rooms - today part of the Churchill War Rooms - which sheltered the people at the heart of Britain's wartime government during the Blitz. Today you can immerse yourself in this fascinating piece of living history by discovering the underground maze of historic rooms that once buzzed with round-the-clock planning and plotting, strategies and secrets. Find out the stories of the people who walked the dimly lit corridors as London was being bombed above them
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The Queen's Gallery
The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions of items from the Royal Collection, the wide-ranging collection of art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation. Constructed forty years ago on the west front of Buckingham Palace out of the bomb-damaged ruins of the former private chapel, the Gallery has recently been redeveloped. It was reopened by The Queen on 21 May 2002 and is now open to the public on a daily basis. The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions of items from the Royal Collection, the wide-ranging collection of art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.
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