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British Museum
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British Museum
Buckingham Palace
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Buckingham Palace
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Covent Garden
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Covent Garden, Old Fruit Market, East Piazza
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Houses of Parliament and Big Ben
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Houses of Parliament and Big Ben
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Hyde Park
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Hyde Park 1890
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London Eye
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London Eye
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National Gallery
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National Gallery
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National Portrait Gallery
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Elizabeth I (Artist Unknown)
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Natural History Museum
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Natural History Museum
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Richmond Park
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Red Stag Roaring
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Sea Life London
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Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas)
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St James's Park
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St James's Park
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St Paul's Cathedral
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St Paul's Cathedral
Tate Britain
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Tate Britain
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The Globe Theatre
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The Globe Theatre - A Midsummer Night's Dream
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The Regent's Park
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Japanese garden in Regent's Park
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The Science Museum
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The Shard
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The Shard
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Tower Bridge
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Tower Bridge
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Tower of London
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Tower of London
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Trafalgar Square
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View of Trafalgar Square towards the national gallery
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Victoria and Albert Museum
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Victoria and Albert Museum
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Westminster Abbey
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Westminster Abbey
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WWT London Wetland Centre
Visit WWT London Wetland Centre
Mandarin duck (Aix galericulata)
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British Museum   ~ Free ~ Covent Garden 5
Great Russell St, Covent Garden, London, Greater London, WC1B 3DG, England, UK.
British Museum Halicki at British Museum

The British Museum illustrates and documents the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present with a permanent collection of around 8 million works originating from all continents.

The museum has departments of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, Greece and Rome, the Middle East, Prints and Drawings, Prehistory and Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania and the Americas, Coins and Medals, ...

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Tate Modern   ~ Free ~ London 5
Tate Modern, Bankside, London, Greater London, SE1 9TG, England, UK.
Tate Modern at Tate Modern

Tate Modern is is Britain's national gallery of international modern and contemporary art dating from 1900 to the present. It is the most-visited modern art gallery in the world.

Artwork is arranged in grouped collections which have been subject to change over the years. The gallery has seven levels numbered 0 to 6.

The gallery has a café ...

Tate Modern © Christine Matthews cc
Natural History Museum   ~ Free ~ South Kensington 5
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Rd, South Kensington, Greater London, SW7 5BD, England, UK.
Natural History Museum at Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is home to 70 million life and earth science specimens in five main collections: botany, entomology, mineralogy, palaeontology paleontology and zoology. It holds specimens collected by Charles Darwin. 

There are blue, green, red and orange zones within the museum. The blue zone covers dinosaurs, the blue whale, life, the planet, our environment and evolution. The green ...

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National Gallery   ~ Free ~ London 5
Trafalgar Square, London, Greater London, WC2N 5DN, England, UK.
National Gallery at National Gallery

The National Gallery houses over 2,300 paintings of Western European from the 13th to the 19th centuries. It is the fifth most-visited modern art gallery in the world.

Artwork is arranged in grouped collections relating to combinations of time, place and subject. 

The National Café and the Espresso Bar, both on level 0 near the Getty ...

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The Science Museum   ~ Free ~ South Kensington 5
Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, Greater London, SW7 2DD, England, UK.
The Science Museum at The Science Museum

The Science Museum, founded in 1857, is home to over 300,000 items such as the world's first jet engine, a reconstruction of Francis Crick and James Watson's model of DNA, and Charles Babbage's Difference Engine.

The items are displayed over seven floors covering subjects such as: The Science and Art of Medicine, Veterinary History, The Science and Art of Medicine, Flight, Science History, New ...

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Tower of London   London 5
Tower Bridge Approach, London, Greater London, EC3N 4AB, England, UK.
Tower of London at Tower of London

The Tower of London, is a castle and royal palace founded towards the end of 1066. It gets it name from the White Tower which is a keep. The Crown Jewels have been kept at the Tower of London since 1303.

There is a link below to a map of Tower to help you plan your visit.

There are two cafés and two restaurants. The riverside Apostrophe café serves a selection of hot and cold meals, ...

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St Paul's Cathedral   London 5
St. Paul's Cathedral St. Paul's Churchyard, London, Greater London, EC4M 8AD, England, UK.
Great West Door at St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral is a Church of England cathedral that was built in the late 17th century on the site of a church that was founded in 604 AD. The Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the English Baroque style.

St Paul's is London's Cathedral and is the seat of the Bishop of London, and consequently the centre for Christian worship and teaching. 

Visitors can climb up the ...

Great West Door © Bernard Gagnon cc
Westminster Abbey   London 5
Westminster Abbey 20 Deans Yd, London, Greater London, SW1P 3PA, England, UK.
Westminster Abbey at Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey, founded 960,  is a large, mainly Gothic church beside the Palace of Westminster. It is the traditional place of coronation and burial site for English and British monarchs. The abbey had the status of a cathedral between 1540 and 1550. Audio tours are available in eight languages and there is also a verger-led tour.

Westminster Abbey has a museum in a magnificent vaulted ...

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Houses of Parliament and Big Ben   Westminster 5
Westminster, Greater London, SW1A 0AA, England, UK.
Palace of Westminster and Big Ben  at Houses of Parliament and Big Ben

The Houses of Parliament consist of the House of Commons, the lower house where the elected members of parliament meet and the House of Lords, the upper house where the Lords meet. Both houses are contained within the Palace of Westminster which lies on the north bank of the River Thames, in central London. The palace contains 1100 rooms and 100 staircases over three floors. The principal floor ...

Palace of Westminster and Big Ben © Maurice cc
Tower Bridge Exhibition   Southwark 5
Tower Bridge, Tower Bridge Road, Southwark, Greater London, England, UK.
Tower Bridge  at Tower Bridge Exhibition

Tower Bridge is probably the most famous bridge in the world and considered by many to be the most beautiful of London's bridges. The architect was Sir Horace Jones and John Wolfe Barry the engineer. Construction started in 1886 and took eight years and the efforts of five major contractors and 432 relentless labourers to build the iconic bridge. Tower Bridge offers you an opportunity to ...

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