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Best attractions to visit in London

1. Westminster Abbey - London view 360

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Westminster Abbey

Not to be confused with Westminster Palace, Westminster Abbey is a church situated to the west of the House of Parliament. Known for its gothic architecture, the Westminster Abbey Church has been around since the 960s according to historical reports, so you know it has seen its part of history. However, a proper construction of the present church began in 1245 and was commissioned by King Henry III. Westminster Abbey is the face of many a unions for England, as it is the church of choice for numerous royal weddings, including that of Queen Elizabeth II to the Duke of Edinburgh, their daughter and second son along with their grandson Price William to Miss Catherine Middleton. Apart from being a must-see attraction for visitors, the church is also of measurable significance because it is situated in the heart of London, creating a center-point for all who want to visit London. As a place of worship, Westminster Abbey is also very peaceful and is open for all who want to come in to pray. The shops outside the church sell candles at a very reasonable rate, and because it is seen as such a Holy place, you can also simply walk inside and marvel over the historical values etched in every inch of this church.

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2. London Eye - London view 360

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London Eye

London Eye is the name of the giant Ferris wheel in London. The landmark is so ubiquitous that we are sure you must have seen it in pictures or videos already. It is one of the most well known landmarks in London which is an impressive feat in such an old city considering that the wheel was opened to the public in 2000. The London Eye has one function and it does it better than anything else; it allows you to get a view of all of London. All the other famous landmarks can be seen easily from the Eye. If you really want to take in how amazing the city of London is then get a ticket and go to the top. Do remember that it is a very popular tourist attraction and you will have to stand in the lines for a long time to be able to get a ticket and another long line to be able to ride the eye. We strongly recommend purchasing tickets beforehand so your experience is great. It was also known as the Millennium Wheel since the first test drive for it happened on December 31st, 1999. The wheel moves slowly and takes 30 minutes to complete a revolution. This gives you enough time to truly take in the amazing view of the city.

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3. Sea Life London Aquarium - London view 360

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Sea Life London Aquarium

Who doesn’t love an aquarium filled with plenty of beautiful species of fish? And with the Sea Life London Aquarium, we can bet that you will have your fair share of fun with these underwater mammals and critters. The Sea Life London Aquarium is home to the biggest accumulation of marine life on the planet, so you know you don’t just have to be an animal lover to check this place out. With creatures such as stingrays, sharks, piranhas and ocean scorpions just to name a few, the Sea Life London Aquarium allows you to have a peek into the secret underwater life that is privy to only the creatures that have come from there. The Sea Life London Aquarium is also very affordable, and allows you to walk through a glass stage with sharks swimming around, so you will also have your little share of adventure and excitement along the way. So if you’re looking for a place which isn’t too expensive but is more than a bucket load of fun, then get yourself ready for a trip which will leave you wanting more. The Sea Life London Aquarium is known as the gem of the crown when it comes to sea life attractions, and with one visit, you’ll be able to know that for yourself.

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4. London Dungeon - London view 360

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London Dungeon

Thrilling, scary and fun - the London Dungeon has a new residence on the Southbank and many of new horror stories about London's past for you to learn. The London Dungeons carries together an astounding company of dramatic performers, unusual effects, stages, acts and rides in a really unique and thrilling walkthrough skill that you can watch, hear, feel, and smell. It’s hysterical fun and it’s sometimes a bit scary. The shows are based on genuine London past and ancient stories which minus the boring bits. You'll get up nearby and private with ominous characters like Jack the Ripper and infamous barber of Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd. It's a completely themed knowledge show for example 360° stage, full on genuineness and dramatic storytelling. The London Dungeon is open at 10 a.m. daily excluding Thursdays. There is an advance booking and almost it is booked for next 14 days due to its publicity.

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5. Buckingham Palace - London view 360

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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous places of residence in the world. As home to the Queen of England, Buckingham Palace is an important place for the monarchs and the people of the country and is revered for its elegance and has been the focus for national rejoicing for many years now. As home to Queen Victoria who ascended to power in 1837, the palace began its journey as the official royal residence for the British Monarch. After Queen Elizabeth’s ascension to the throne, the people became even more eager to visit the royal palace, and finally in 1993, the queen opened the doors to her home for the public. The most famous rooms in the palace are mostly the Queen’s Gallery and the ballroom, which is the biggest room in the palace. Apart from these, the most famous attraction, the Changing of the Guard, brings in tourists from all around. Along with being home of the queen, the palace also houses the offices of many different royal family members such as Prince Philip, their daughter Princess Royal and Princess Alexandra amongst other members of the Monarchy. So now that you know this little history lesson, don’t forget to pay a visit to this famous home of the British Royals.

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6. Kensington Palace - London

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace is a good-looking palace in the city of London, United Kingdom. Kensington Palace was the chosen house of successive monarchs until 1760. The interior of the palace looks amazing with the dazzling architecture. The walls of the Kensington Palace is filled with a stunning painting from the ancient period. The whole interior of the fortress is designed and painted with a lovely shade, this makes the palace more attractive and exclusively beautiful. Kensington Palace is occupied by a royal family, the royal Castle is invigorated with stunning items from the Royal Combination. Some of the historic parts of Kensington Palace are open up unrestrictedly to people. Kensington Palace is also the center of imperial Customary clothes Collection, with lovely items of royal traditional and court costume dating from the 18th century to the present-day world. Figure out all about the official Royal living arrangements in this segment including their ordinary utilization for gatherings, Investitures and meals and their history.

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7. Natural History Museum - London

Natural History Museum

Who says museums can’t be fun? The Natural History Museum is the best place which showcases some of the rarest science species known to man, ranging up to 80 million species divided in five different collections. Known for its dinosaur skeletons and overall grandeur, the Natural History Museum contains different diaries, books, compositions, and even different works accumulated from some of the biggest names in history, with Charles Darwin as just one example. Known as the Cathedral of Nature, the museum is a part of London’s main façade, and is home to countless historical collections that are priceless when it comes to counting their scientific value. Although for a tourist, the Natural History Museum might not seem like their cup of tea, but with just one look at its main hall, you will be astounded at the prestige of the place. And with events such as Michael Benson’s Other Worlds, Crime Scene Live and exhibits of creatures you have never seen; you will come out of this experience, enlightened yet thrilled. So remember that when you start making your London travel bucket list, don’t forget to add the Natural History Museum to the top!

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8. Science Museum - London

Science Museum

Museums aren’t just for history; you can also see glimpses of the future in them like in the Science Museum. If you are overloaded with the historical sites and classic art then this is the best place to visit. If you have even the slightest bit of interest in science and how things work you will be amazed by this museum. Admission is free however some limited time exhibits may charge an entry free. The best part of the museum is that it has many sections and you are bound to find something which interests you. There is a section for art which displays are made with technology and has some amazing pieces of art on display which use technology in novel ways. There is also a section for space technologies and you can even use a space toilet. There is another section for flight which shows how humanity got its wings. Most interestingly there is a section for cutting edge technology where you can see demonstrations of some of the latest technologies available. It even has a simulator which makes you feel like you are flying a jet. This place is unlike other museums and is highly recommended for families as well.

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9. Victoria and Albert Museum - London

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the major museums created in London city, United Kingdom. The Victoria and Albert has unrivaled accumulations of contemporary and noteworthy art and outline. It is the house of the world's most prominent assets for essential forecasting, style, contemporary configuration, earthenware production and many more. There is a broad online access to definitive data and the evidence of driving specialists. Victoria and Albert Museum gives an open drawing in prologue to the craft, utilize and routine of building design. The Victoria and Albert Museum's Asian accumulations join articles from East Asia, South and South-East Asia, and the Middle East. They are rich in an expansive scope of creative media and show a wide range of parts of religious, elegant and ordinary lives. The V&A houses the best and most far reaching accumulation of Ceramics in the planet. The gathering of the arts center is exclusively rich in production of clay.

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10. Hyde Park - London

Hyde Park

You can tell a lot about a city by how it manages its parks and Hyde Park shows the best of London. It happens to be one of the largest parks in London, and like most things in London, has a great history attached to it. The park is very well maintained and shows how much the local culture cares about nature and bliss. Well maintained parks are inherently beautiful, but the beauty of this park is only increased due to the amount of noteworthy events which have happened in it. It was created in 1637 and spans an area of 625 acres. The park is well known for being a place for big events and it has been the location for several protests as well. Some of the biggest revolutions and movements in London’s history had protests and gatherings in Hyde Park. It is a display of the tolerance of London’s society that dissenting voices are allowed so often to hold events in Hyde Park. Movements like Suffragettes, Stop the war coalition, the Chartists, and even Karl Marx are all known to have had large congregations in Hyde Park. It has also seen artists like Pink Floyd and Queen perform. If you visit the park, be sure to visit the Holocaust Memorial, the Weeping Beech, the Princess Diana Memorial, and one of the amazing rose gardens. Hyde Park is also home to a lot of unusual sculptures. It is definitely a place you can roam around and discover great historical sites and modern art.

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