Tourist Places in London

Big Ben, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, London EyeBuckingham PalaceHyde ParkSt Paul's CathedralMadame TussaudsSea Life London AquariumLondon DungeonWestminster Abbey, Royal Observatory, Trafalgar Square, Guildhall Art Gallery, William Morris Gallery, and many more.

When looking for places to visit in London, you can rest assured that you will find a place that fits your itinerary! One of the oldest and well-known cities in the world offers a plethora of places to visit to suit every kind of traveller. Whether you are looking to spend a lazy day in a park or want to enjoy a rocking evening at one of the many pubs, London offers exactly what you are looking for! From age-old markets and avenues to new-age concert venues and party places, London has the best of everything!

The most popular tourist places in London include the cultural heart of the city, Soho, the green suburbs of Hampstead and the Royal Parks like Richmond Park. You can spend your days looking around a wealth of museums like Victoria and Albert or The National Gallery or enjoy a musical concert at the O2 Arena. Apart from the arts, culture and nature, London also offers plenty of options for sports enthusiasts ranging from the Wembley Stadium to the Wimbledon Museum.

Here is the list of best places to visit in London:

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The London Eye, one of the world's tallest overhung observation wheels, offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the city. This gorgeous and unique observational wheel, also known as the Coca-Cola London Eye has 32 high-tech glass capsules or pods inside which you can stand and whirl like a large Ferris wheel.

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The Kew Gardens, formerly known as the Royal Botanic gardens, is London's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. The magnificent botanic gardens are a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. It is home to the world's most diversified collection of living plants as well as an internationally renowned scientific research institute. The Kew Gardens also feature appealing cafes where tourists may relax and enjoy traditional British delicacies.

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Buckingham Palace was built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham and has been the official residence of the British royals since 1837. Today, however, it is considered one of the most prestigious tourist destinations in the United Kingdom. A tour of Buckingham Palace delivers nothing but grandeur and exhilaration, from leisurely observation to the Changing of the Guards.

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One of the most iconic historical sites in the world, the Tower of London is not just a backdrop but the lead actor in various significant events in British history. The tower has other attractions which draw non-military visitors to it. The tower’s history as a prison for various famous and unexpected prisoners attracts visitors. The tower is now a world heritage site and the most famous castle, attracting 2 million visitors annually. 

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Featured in several Hollywood movies, the beautiful London Bridge is known as the World’s largest antique and a worldwide famous attraction. Spread over 269 meters, the London Bridge is one of the many bridges in London straddling the River Thames between Borough High Street in SouthWark and King William Street in Lake Havasu City.

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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the first Harry Potter film, was shot at a studio in Leavesden in 2000. Following the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Warner Bros. stated that the location would be purchased as a permanent wizarding attraction. In 2010, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London –The Making of Harry Potter was officially unveiled. So far, all eight films' props, costumes, and sets have been stored and maintained.

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River Thames is also known as Tamesa or Tamesis in ancient times, and River Isis, is the main river of Southern England. The river is famous for its serene atmosphere and virgin beauty and is an integral part of London’s economy and tourism. This river is a great place for history buffs, bookworms and adventure junkies and exploring its surroundings will surely satisfy you and offer an exhilarating experience.

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Alton Towers is the United Kingdom's largest theme park, encompassing 3.7 km2 in central Staffordshire. Alton Towers has a variety of rides and activities for the whole family's enjoyment. Theme Park goes from all over the UK and abroad to Alton Towers since it is the most well-known and popular one. Set in the picturesque Staffordshire countryside, the resort features a theme park, Alton Towers Hotel, Splash Landings Hotel, Waterpark, Spa, and the Extraordinary Golf and Conference Center. Alton Towers is a beautiful spot for a family day out because more than 75 rides are available for guests, including thrilling rides, spooky rides, rides for younger children, and a range of attractions.

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Madame Tussauds London is a well-known waxwork museum that houses statues of all your favourite celebrities. See the iconic wax statues of famous people right up close and share frames with your favourite celebrities, including Tom Cruise, Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, One Direction, and many more than 300 others. Get the perfect photos with celebrities you've always wanted to meet.

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Westminster Abbey is a huge and prominent Anglican Church at Westminster London that is also famous as the burial place of many notable personalities. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this Royal Church boasts of a rich history that lures millions of tourists every year. The Abbey also houses many tombs, statues and memorials thus making it a must-visit attraction in London.

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The exquisite underwater realm of SEA Life Centre London Aquarium is the home to 40 different species of marine creatures from across the world. It is one of the largest aquariums in Europe with 14 distinct themed zones that preserve the aquatic animals in their natural habitat. The aquarium hosts fun events and educational programs that teach around 40,000 schoolchildren every year about topics like aquatic breeding. It also works with conservation organisations to safeguard the wellness of marine biodiversity.

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Big Ben or The Clock Tower is the most famous landmark of London which is popularly known for its striking clock and a gigantic bell. The formal name of Big Ben is Elizabeth Tower, formerly St. Stephen's Tower. The big tower represents all the four emblems of the nations of the United Kingdom by displaying a shamrock for Ireland, thistle for Scotland, leek for Wales and a rose for England. This iconic tower is named after Sir Benjamin Hall. Since 1987, Big Ben has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Royal Observatory Greenwich, a Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site , is the home to Greenwich Mean Time and Prime Meridian. It is situated in Greenwich Park in southeast London overlooking the river Thames offering splendid views of Queen’s House and National Maritime Museum. The observatory is a historic attraction owing to its contribution in the fields of astronomy and navigation. As a marker of time and distance, the observatory houses several ancient telescopes, amazing clocks, astronomical galleries and a planetarium.

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St Paul’s Cathedral London is home to an enormous array of art. You can discover a trail of artwork around the Cathedral and theological messaging behind them. The church owns a specific design of the cathedral’s dome, where sound carries incredibly well across the whispering gallery, which goes thirty meters up. You can see fantastic art masterpieces in this church, which cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

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Hyde Park, located in the centre of London, is one of the world's most magnificent royal parks. It hosts interesting world-class events and concerts, as well as offers plenty of tranquil spots to chill and rejuvenate. Explore the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain and go for a dive in the Serpentine, or simply take in the views from a lakeside café. Satisfy the adrenaline rush in you by playing tennis, or try horseback riding.

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London Dungeon is located on the South Bank of London and is a popular tourist attraction for its unique concept of creation. It is made to take the visitors into past London's deathly and frightening events. These events are recreated in humorous styles by using a mixture of live actors, special effects and ride.

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London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo that was intended to be used as a collection for scientific study and research. The zoo features a plethora of wildlife and aquatic creatures and boasts of housing a huge multitude of animals in the UK with over 756 distinct species. It is a haven for endangered species and provides an exclusive environment to learn from and about animals.

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Trafalgar Square London is a gateway between the west of the city and the city center's main shopping district, famous for being the home of National Portrait gallery, the National Gallery, and the famous Nelson’s column. It is the heart of London and forms the largest pedestrian square, connected on three sides of the road. The place is also a popular spot for cultural events and fantastic street performers, which can be enjoyed any time of the day.

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The Guildhall Art Gallery sits adjacent to the historic Guildhall and is also internally connected. The art gallery holds some of the most prestigious art collections originating from the City of London. This semi-gothic building has been built out of stone with its interiors reflective of Victorian styles.

Here, you will find everything from paintings, sculptures, drawings and all kinds of temporary exhibits. The art gallery dates back to the year 1885 and has since experienced almost a complete demolition during air raids of the Second World War.

Although a huge chunk of art was lost during the air raids, the art gallery has been rebuilt. The best part is that it still holds the old-world charm through its paintings depicting old London and important sculptures which predate the gallery itself. 

Guildhall Yard, London EC2V 5AE, United Kingdom

- Monday to Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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The William Morris Gallery is yet another attraction in London dedicated to the rich art and culture of the city. It is the only public museum dedicated to William Morris, the celebrated English arts and crafts designer. Set in Morris’ family home, the museum underwent a major transformation in the year 2012, winning the Museum of the Year award.

The collections include fabrics, carpets, rugs, furniture, wallpaper, stained glass and printed tiles designed by Morris, sometimes in collaboration with artists like Edward Burne-Jones, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Philip Webb, and Ford Madox Brown among others.

Apart from the Morris home, their gardens have also been converted into public spaces and are today known as Lloyd Park. Here, you can spot an old moat, a skate park, a cafe, gallery space, artist studios and more.

Lloyd Park, Forest Rd, London E17 4PP, United Kingdom

- Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Monday: Closed

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Osborne House is the favorite and preferred place of Queen Victoria, which is personally designed by Prince Albert in the Italian style with splendid gardens and grounds. You can enjoy gazing at the dining room which contains a fascinating exhibition about the Osborne House. You will be surprised to see the rooms that are in as good condition as they were when the Royal Family lived in them. Moreover, it serves as a spot for various characters and plays like Mrs. Brown, and Victoria and Abdul starring Dame Judy Dench’s recent books and films were set and filmed here.

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Clink museum is built on the grounds of an actual prison that existed for 600 years in the history of England. Located near the London Bridge, this prison was handled by the Bishop of Winchester who lived on the same street governing the Clink of Liberty. This museum educates people about the historical prison, its tortures, and the life of inmates.

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Visit the UK’s long-lasting legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games, The ArcelorMittal Orbit Skyline stands at 114.5m tall over the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with its red scaffolding swirls striking a magnificent impression from every angle of the city. Embark on an exhilarating 40-second journey through twists, turns, and drops of the world’s tallest slide which gives you a hair-raising experience. The world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide loops its way around the Orbit 12 times taking visitors through gentle curves.

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Florence Nightingale Museum is dedicated to the life and work of the world’s most famous nurse, Florence Nightingale. She was the founder of modern nursing and a female icon of her lifetime. The museum, which is situated inside St. Thomas’s hospital contains archives, personal items, and books that narrate Florence's childhood and experiences. The three pavilions at the museum will take you through the journey of her life, from her childhood to her life as a passionate nurse and campaigner.

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The Kempton Park Racecourse is a horse racing track situated in the posh county of Surrey, situated 16 miles to the south-west of Charing Cross. The racecourse is one of the lesser-known tourist attractions in London but is popular amongst horse racing enthusiasts.

It hosts some prestigious racing events like the National Hunt racing, 888Sport Handicap Chase and Sirenia Stakes. The naturally stunning landscape which stretches over 210 acres of rolling grasslands with two scenic lakes in the middle, makes it a must-visit place for everyone!

Apart from the races, the place also holds a bi-monthly antiques market, seasonal wedding fairs and other weekly markets. 

Staines Rd E, Shepperton, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 5AQ, United Kingdom

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The Wembley Stadium in London is one of the premier football stadiums in the world and hosts both national and international events, including FA Cup finals. The stadium is not only the largest in the city but also in the country and second-largest in Europe.

The huge size of the stadium can be estimated from the fact that it has around 2,618 toilets and a circumference of 1 kilometre! For all the football enthusiasts making a list of places to visit in London, the stadium is a must-see.

Apart from hosting football matches, the stadium is also used for rugby leagues, American football, boxing and even musical events! 

London, Wembley HA9 0WS, United Kingdom
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The oldest structure in London, Westminster Bridge, is located in the heart of the bustling city of London. The bridge overlooks the tranquil waters of the River Thames, with the County Hall on one side and the London Eye on the other. The main attraction of its beauty is its seven graceful arches. One can take a lovely morning stroll when the city is quiet and the view is unhindered.

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Kidzania London is an interactive city for children located in Westfield London. Made for kids aged 4-14, children can work, play and learn through different role-play activities at this miniature city. The zone is meant to empower and educate children about the world by imitating real-life situations. There are ample activities for the children like Aviation Academy, Spy Agency, dance club, and music academy which allow them to discover their talents and future professions.

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Founded in 1819, Piccadilly Circus is located in the heart of London. It is considered one of the liveliest areas in London and heaven for party freaks. Piccadilly Circus is often termed synonymous with entertainment and leisure. Piccadilly, located in London's West End, is one of the top tourist attractions in London.

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The Battle of Britain Memorial is a tourist attraction in London, dedicated to those who laid down their lives in the Battle of Britain during the Second World War. It is a panelled granite sculpture which sits on the Victoria Embankment, overlooking the Thames River.

The centrepiece is a life-sized sculpture depicting airmen scrambling for the aircraft during the battle. The battle scene extends for a total of 25 metres or 82 feet in length and with the outer border consisting of plaques with the names of 2,936 pilots and aircrew who took part in the battle.

The sculpture was sculpted by Paul Day and cast by Morris Singer, the same foundry that cast the lions and fountain of Trafalgar Square.


79 Whitehall, Westminster, London SW1A 2NS, United Kingdom

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Bunhill Fields is one of the hidden tourist places in London, situated in the London Borough of Islington. Today, Bunhill Fields extends over four acres of land but traditionally, they covered a much larger area. The land was used as a burial ground between the years of 1665 to 1854 and holds around 2,000 monuments to this day.

It holds the graves of several notable people, including famous poets and writers like John Bunyan, Daniel Dafoe and William Blake among several others. When in the area, you can walk around this historical park and learn more about the Quaker movement and all the famous personalities buried there.

38 City Rd, London EC1Y 2BG, United Kingdom

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Barbican Centre is regarded as the largest performing arts centre in the entire Europe. One can never miss this famous touris attraction during their visit to London where the famous Shakespearean plays were performed. From classical to contemporary, events such as film screenings, crafts exhibitions and orchestra performances take place at this centre. The Barbican Centre London has a library, three restaurants and a conservatory.

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Dulwich Park is one of the free places to see in London. This nature park is located in the London Borough of Southwark and covers an area of approximately 76 hectares. The park offers an ideal spot for a day out with family and friends with its numerous sporting facilities, cafes and boating lakes.

The park was created from former farmland and meadows, which lend it its natural beauty. The area is ideal for walks as it is a pedestrian-only area with the exception of hired bicycles and cars with disabled badges. Dulwich Park is also home to a minor running club and a bowling club which operates every summer from April to September. 

Dulwich, London SE21 7EB, United Kingdom

Daily: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

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If you're looking for a unique family vacation, LEGOLAND Windsor Resort offers themed staycations and a LEGO adventure! A staycation in this LEGO-themed hotel with stunning rooms, such as swashbuckling pirates or mystical wizards, can provide you and your children with lifelong memories. With an overnight stay, you also get one-day access to the LEGOLAND Theme Park and a fantastic opportunity to participate in over 55 adventures.

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The Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace is a beautiful collection of stables where the elegant carriages and vehicles of the royal family are kept. Here you can see the royal family's dazzling state vehicles, which are used for important events like royal weddings, coronations, and state Visits. Keep an eye out for the magnificent horses that draw the carriages and special coaches such as the Gold State Coach and Diamond Jubilee State Coach in the Royal Collection.

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As the name suggests, the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Playground is a memorial dedicated to Princess Diana, built after her death in the year 2000. It is situated in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is situated inside the Kensington Gardens.

The memorial playground was built on top of the already existing Peter Pan playground but is more sophisticated and larger. This is one of the better-known London tourist places where you can bring your kids to play as you laze around in the surrounding gardens. Several locals, as well as tourists, can be seen in this section of the park at any given time.

Kensington Gardens, Broad Walk, London W2 4RU, United Kingdom

Daily; 6:00 AM - Dusk

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Explore the journey of European art at the National Gallery, masterpiece by masterpiece, including paintings by Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, and other well-known artists. Free guided tours, audio guides in many languages, and family activities for children of all ages are provided. The National Gallery has one of the world's most important collections of artworks. 

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The Victoria and Albert Museum is amongst some of the most popular museums in London and is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Founded in the year 1852, it is the world's largest applied and decorative arts and design museum with a permanent collection consisting of 2.27 million objects.

Covering an area of 12.5 acres, the museum has a total of 145 galleries, containing arts spanning 5,000 years of civilization. The museum has an enviable collection of glass, ceramics, prints, drawings, fashion ware, furniture, jewellery, musical instruments and paintings amongst other items. 

Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, United Kingdom

- Saturday - Thursday: 10:00 AM - 5:45 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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Jack the Ripper Museum is a famous tourist attraction in London that tells about the unsolved murders of Jack the Ripper in the streets of Whitechapel in 1888. The museum houses East London settings, the recreation of the police station in the locality, original relics from the period, and wax models of the crime scene and victims. It is a six-storied Victorian-style building that exhibits the details of the victims, original newspaper reports about the murders, and the main suspects of the crime.

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Located in London’s West End, Covent Garden is an exciting, must-visit location for anyone who loves culture, history, bands, restaurants, theater, and shopping. It is also famous for its vast market, Somerset House, Royal Opera House, and London Transport Museum. Music festivals and street performances are unique and should not be missed. Neal’s Yard and Apple market are the best market places to visit in Covent Garden UK.

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The Notting Hill Gate gets its name due to the fact that historically, it was a street with tolling gates. The area is visited more often than not for its posh atmosphere, characterised by antique stores, chic cafes, restaurants, and large manicured parks.

The place also has a vibrant nightlife as it is home to some groovy pubs and bars where you can enjoy a true English experience. It is also home to two of the area’s historic cinemas, the Coronet and the Gate where you can catch a movie with your partner.

The Gate not only offers a fun movie-watching experience but is also an example of excellent post-Victorian artisanship with its Edwardian plasterwork, including a heavily coffered ceiling.

Notting Hill Gate, London, UK
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Hampton Court Palace is located in Hampton Ct Way, East Molesey KT8 9AU, London, United Kingdom. It is a royal palace in the London Borough of Richmond located upon the river Thames. This place is currently under the possession of Queen Elizabeth II and the Crown. The Hampton Court Palace is open to the public, and the Hampton Court Palace Festival is celebrated every year.

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Golders Hill Park is a manicured park which was historically the site of a large house in the area. After the house was bombed during World War II, it was converted into these gardens.

The many impressive features of the park include a beautifully tended flower garden, a scenic duck pond with a small humpback bridge, a small zoo, dedicated area for fallow deer, a larger pond with black and white swans and a separate water garden. Apart from these features, the garden also has tennis courts, croquet lawns and a playground.

Today, it is frequented by the locals and tourists looking for peaceful places to visit in London.

N End Way, London NW3 7HE, United Kingdom

Daily; 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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Established in the year 1984, this tourist place in London is home to over 12,000 items of everyday products. The collection consists of everything from packaging, posters, toys and games dating back to the Victorian era. The place is set up in the form of a time tunnel and travels back in a chronological manner, dating back to the 1800s.

It is complete with everything from cafes and a garden area serving tea, coffee, freshly made sandwiches, soups and biscuits. The museum was moved to its current location at Notting Hill in the year 2005.


111-117 Lancaster Rd, Notting Hill, London W11 1QT, United Kingdom


- Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

- Sunday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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  • Richmond Park is located in the southwest of London and surrounded by Richmond, Roehampton, Kingston upon Thames, and Twickenham from the north, east, south, and west directions respectively. 
  • The park is known to be the home to a varied range of flora and fauna populations.
  • In the past, Richmond Park was used as a hunting ground by Charles I in 1637. He enriched the place with around 2000 red and fallow deer for the same purpose.
  • If you are lucky enough, then there is the chance that you may get a glance of successors of these deers while wandering through the wildlife enriched Richmond Park. 
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Imperial war museum London reflects the stories of people’s experiences from the first world war till the present day. Tourists can visit the first world war galleries to see what life was like abroad and at home during the first world war. You can experience times from a front-line trench to a life at home in munitions factories. The museum also shows the impact of the second world war and today’s conflict and warfare on the places and people.

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The Saatchi Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in London and an independent charity founded by Charles Saatchi in 1985. It is one of the most well-known art galleries, built to showcase new artists and their art forms. The gallery is well-known not only for its artwork display but also for its cutting-edge educational institution, which provides students from all over the world with in-depth knowledge.

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St. Katharine Docks is a beautiful combination of dock and district in Central London. It is located on the banks of the astounding River Thames. Apart from this, the beautiful Tower of London and Tower Bridge are close to this place. It features a pub, a yachting marina, large restaurant, and many more recreational locations and facilities to entertain its visitors.

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Churchill War Rooms is a historic museum that is one of the five wings of the Imperial War Museum. It is a secret underground control centre that was used by President Winston Churchill during World War II. It became the headquarters of the British war cabinet where important decisions, planning the strategies of the war and plotting against the enemies were decided. The Churchill Museum here houses a wide range of momentous objects, artefacts and exhibits that depict the life and legacy of Churchill.

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This art museum on Millbank is among the most popular places to visit in the United Kingdom as it houses works of art that date back to more than a hundred years. It comprises paintings and sculptures that have been created by some of the greatest Masters in the world.

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People Also Ask About London

  1. Which are the best places to visit in London?

    1. Westminster Abbey: Out of all its gems, Westminster Abbey is perhaps the most famous places to visit in London.  The seat of all Royal weddings, the Abbey is an architectural marvel in itself. 

    2. London Dungeon: An absolute must visit for all those wishing to explore the history of London, the London Dungeon is an exhibit of London's past prisons. A mix of actors, special effects and visuals combine together to offer explicit presentations of the macabre tortures that were practised here. The Dungeon also offers some rides and some interactive exhibits. 

    3. Big Ben: Undoubtedly one of its biggest landmarks, the Big Ben is among the best places to see in London.  Dominating the city's skyline,  this 97 meter tall clock building is among the most photographed locations in London, and is well worth a visit. 

    4. Buckingham Palace: Best known as the home to the Royal Family, one cannot visit London and miss out on the chance to see the Buckingham Palace. Not only is the Palace known for its grandiloquent architecture, but the grounds before it are ideal for a picnic as well.

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  2. Which are the best places to visit in London in 2 days?

    1. Madame Tussaud's Museum: One of the most fantastic places to see in London, Madame Tussaud's seeks to bring your favorite characters and celebrities to life in wax.  Made in fashion of the original Tussaud's in Paris, London's museum features some of the most iconic interactive exhibits of wax figures. 

    2. National Gallery Museum: With its collection ranging from the 11th to the 20th century,  the National Gallery Museum is home to some of the best art pieces from across the world. The painters housed here include notable names such as Van Gogh, Boticelli, Da Vinci and many more. 

    3. Tower of London: Located on the North banks of the river Thames, this iconic medieval castle is among the most famous tourist places in London. The Tower offers several fantastic guided tours, taking one through its major structures and landmarks. 

    4. St. Paul's Cathedral: The epitome of English architecture, St. Paul's Cathedral is a must visit in the city. Even if you're not of the religious bent, you are sure to find solace in the marvelous Baroque art in the Church.

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  3. What are the best places to visit in London for couples?

    1. London Eye: Now almost synonymous with the city of London itself, the London Eye is one of the most popular places to visit in London among couples. Not only is the iconic Ferris Wheel a thrill to ride on, but also offers surreal views of the Thames and the surrounding cityscape. 

    2. The Royal Botanic Gardens: Nestled on the banks of the Thames, the Royal Botanic Gardens are among the most romantic places to visit in London. The 300-acre garden, brimming with flowering green spaces, is an ideal place for a casual romantic stroll with one's loved one. 

    3. West End Theatre: If you're a couple with a shared taste for theatre, then the West End would be one of the best tourist places in London for you. Acclaimed throughout the world, the theater hosts some of the most globally successful shows and performances on a regular basis. 

    4. Hyde Park: One of the most iconic tourist places in London, Hyde Park is the city's biggest open space. While a casual romantic stroll at the Hyde can never be a bad idea, couples can also spend a happening time boating and swimming at the lake here.

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  4. What is the best time to visit London?

    The best time to visit London is during the summer months, between March and May. During this time, the weather here remains warm and mild, making it the best time for sightseeing and other outdoor activities.

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  5. Is London safe?

    Although a certain degree of risk is always involved with international travel, London is considered to be a pretty safe place to visit. A generally tourist friendly city, one is sure to be able to avail any security assistance or help whenever required here.

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  6. Which is the best cable car experience to do on london tour?

    Emirates Cable Car: This cable car connects the Greenwich Peninsula and the Royal Docks, providing stunning views of the River Thames and London's iconic skyline. It offers a different perspective of London's landmarks, including the O2 Arena, Canary Wharf, and the Shard. You can also catch a glimpse of the Thames Barrier. The ride is especially beautiful during sunset or at night when the city lights up.

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18 November 2019
Even though the building looks a little ancient the overall feel of the place is very futuristic. It is not something that we get to see everyday. The kids are also going to love it. A good place to learn and have some fun! Must visit.
09 January 2020
Always wonder where the word GMT came from. Haha! My trip to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich was extraordinary. I got to discover a lot and it was an insightful tour. The tickets I got were from Thrillophilia. I did a lot of cool stuff like standing right on the meridian line and also took a lot of photos with my friends. Overall, a blissful experience providing a rich learning opportunity to people like me. I would definitely want every holidaymaker to visit this place.
12 September 2019
The best way I can describe my entire experience starting with getting my tickets from Thrillophilia to touring around St. Paul's Cathedral would be to the day that it was simply amazing. The place was so quiet and soothing, it was the kind of thing I wanted towards the end of my first-day tour in London. A side note, Just make sure you have a valid ID proof along with the tickets, it is important.
12 February 2020
I had a great time at St. Paul's Cathedral. The experience was sublime and I loved every bit of it. The place was amazing and we got a chance to just relax and enjoy some peace in the Cathedral. It is a definite recommendation from my end to every tourist visiting London. Trust me, advance booking your tickets take a load off of you.
04 February 2020
What elegance, I must say, my trip to the Buckingham Palace Queen's Gallery was breathtaking. I got to explore the ancient culture and traditions that have lived throughout history through the beautiful paintings and sculptures present.
13 February 2020
Ritesh Talwar Imperial War Museum Tour
My visit to the Imperial War Museum was insightful and really inspiring. I got to see a ton of war artilleries from the time of World War. Upon entering it will take you some time but the place will really grow on you. I must say that the guide was also thorough about the entire place.
16 December 2019
Gauranga Nambeesan Kensington Palace Tickets
Kensington Palace is very grand and beautiful. The palace also carries a rich history that we learned a lot about from the people there. If you are interested in architecture and history then visit as I got bored after sometime.
22 October 2019
Abhaidev Gowda Kensington Palace Tickets
It is a royal palace with a distinct architectural design that is really beautiful for the visitors. I really admired the entire ambiance of the place and the tour was just perfect. I strongly recommend everyone to visit the place on their tour to London.
09 December 2019
I got a chance to relax and me and my parents just sat in the garden and admired it's beauty. We spent around 30 minutes there walking around. Overall, it was nice experience but nothing special.
17 November 2019
The Kew Gardens was the perfect addition to my overall London trip. Upon reaching I visited the place towards the evening and I must tell you what a relaxing feeling it was. It was great sitting amidst the raw nature and enjoying some time in peace. We also took a lot of pictures and overall, we enjoyed the place very much.

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