The London Eye The London‘s skyline would never be complete without the London Eye. Towering over 135 meters over Thames River, this is the best place to soak up soaring views of the city and enjoy a breezy ride.
Madame Tussauds Want to rub shoulders with the rich and the famous? This is the place to be! Here you’ll get to see famous personalities – in remarkable wax figures. You’ll find the biggest names here – from Michael Jackson to Barack Obama, Justin Bieber, Rihanna and so much more!
Tower Bridge Just like the London Eye, Tower Bridge is a major attraction and feature of London. Over a hundred years old, this bridge is famous for its twin drawbridges. The bridge is open to tourists daily.
Buckingham Palace The Queen’s official residence, the palace draws in tourists from around the world. You can visit the palace’s state rooms during the summer, when it opens its doors to the public for two months.
Big Ben Also a major feature of the city, this clock tower stands 316 feet tall and weighs 13.8 tonnes. Though it’s not open to the public, you can take photos with it in the background on your London vacation.
Westminster Abbey A famous church noted for its remarkable Gothic architecture, this is the place where English monarchs are crowned and buried.
The British Museum If you’re into art, a London vacation wouldn’t be complete without a visit in this museum. It houses extensive art collections from Egypt, Greece, Rome, China, old Mesopotamia and so much more!
Tate Gallery of Modern Art You’ll find interesting contemporary art here from the likes of Damien Hirst and Gaugin. Collections are grouped into four here: Landscape, Still Life, The Nude and History.
National Gallery If you want to see classic masterpieces, this is the place to be. It houses the works of renowned artists such as Van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, Monet and a lot more.
Science Museum This museum treats you to amazing scientific creations for the last 300 years. If you’re into futuristic stuff, you’ll definitely love this. You’ll see the IMAX cinema here.
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