Built by William the Conqueror home to the famous Beefeaters and ravens. Ann Boleyn and Catherine Howard, wives of Henry VIII’s were beheaded at this tower. The tower is also him to the famous Crown Jewels. Dont miss the changing of the guard carried out daily at 11.30 Contact: 0844 482 7777 Opening Times: Mon, […]

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This museum contains all you need to know from past and present, from space and technology to transport and medicine. It also has an Imax cinema and a virtual reality simulator. Opening Times: Contact: 0870 870 4868 Nearest Tube Station: South Kensington

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The Tate Modern The Tate Modern London a British national gallery of international modern art has over four and a half million visitors every year making it one of the most popular galleries and things to do in London. The gallery is located in the former Bankside Power Station converted and re-purposed into an art [...] Read more

The one and only bridge in the world, no other bridge has its beauty and world class unique design. One can only look and admire this innovative structure, opened in 1894 and taking 8 years to build, it used to be operated by a mixture of man power and steam, nowadays the bridge is operated […]

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This has to be one of the most beautiful buildings in London. It has nearly everything you can think of to do with nature and wildlife from the past. It is absolutely huge inside, if you are planning on visiting this attraction you had better get up early because you will be there all day. […]

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The worlds highest observation wheel and a famous landmark. With a 30 minute ride you can see spectacular views across London. State of the Art in innovation and design with its clear glass capsules and steel structure, its like a ride to Outer Space! Contact: 0870 990 8881 The EDF Energy London Eye opens daily […]

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See different cultures from around the world and great civilizations that have made the world the way it is today. Mummies from Egypt, a collection of history from Greece and Rome, just a few to mention. A great way to discover different ways of life in ancient history for both adults and children. Contact: 020 […]

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Built in 1705 for the Duke of Buckingham, in 1837 it became the home of the Royal Family. Residence of the Queen, Open to the public from 30th July to late September The State Rooms, Buckingham Palace including the special exhibition Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration 09:45-18:30 (last admission  16:00) A typical visit lasts between 2 […]

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