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There are 95 places to visit in Greater London listed below. The places are in listed in order of the number of times they have been voted finest.

Places that have paid for a boost in their listing are shown first and in bold.

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The Green Park   ~ Free ~ London 3
Greater London, England, UK.
The Green Park photo by David Iliff (CC) at The Green Park

The Green Park extends over 40 acres of mainly mature plane and lime trees and park land. It was made a public park by Charles II. In 1820 it was landscaped by John Nash.

The wildlife in the park consists of birds such as redwing and fieldfare, and very friendly grey squirrels.

The pillars of the Memorial Gates are dedicated to five million people from the Indian Sub-Continent, Africa and ...

The Green Park photo by David Iliff (CC) ©
Bushy Park   ~ Free ~ London 3
Greater London, TW11 0EQ, England, UK.
Fallow Deer (Dama dama) at Bushy Park

Bushy Park, the second largest of The Royal Parks, extends over 1100 acres and provides habitats for a variety of different species of wildlife including red deer and roe deer. It is adjacent to Hampton Court Palace.

It was used as a deer hunting ground by Henry VIII. Charles I added a 19 mile canal to supply water to the ponds and Hampton Court. He also added Chestnut Avenue which was designed ...

Fallow Deer (Dama dama) © Rob Bendall
Kensington Gardens   ~ Free ~ London 3
London, Greater London, W2 2UH, England, UK.
Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) at Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens, originally the private gardens of Kensington Palace, is one of London's eight public parks. Kensington Palace, the Italian Gardens, Albert Memorial, Peter Pan Statue and the Serpentine Gallery are some of the attractions of the park.

It extends over 240 acres and is used by many walkers and joggers. Cyclists can use the designated path linking the Queen's Gate to West ...

Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) © BirdPhotos.com cc
Victoria and Albert Museum   ~ Free ~ South Kensington 3
Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London, Greater London, SW7 2RL, England, UK.
Victoria and Albert Museum entrance. at Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the largest museum of decorative arts and design in the world, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects displayed in 145 galleries.

There is a link below to the floor plans of the museum to help you plan your visit.

The V&A Café, in the Morris, Gamble and Poynter Rooms, formed the first museum restaurant in the world. A ...

Victoria and Albert Museum entrance. ©
Royal Academy of Arts   London 3
Burlington House Piccadilly, London, Greater London, W1J 0BD, England, UK.
Royal Academy of Arts by William Shipley 19th Century at Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts, is an independent, privately funded institution and registered charity led by artists and architects whose purpose is to promote the creation, enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through exhibitions, education and debate.

The Academy was founded by George III in 1768 following a petition from the 34 founding Members - a group of prominent artists and ...

Royal Academy of Arts by William Shipley 19th Century ©
Carlyle's House   Chelsea 3
Carlyle's House, 24 Cheyne Row, Chelsea, Greater London, SW3 5HL, England, UK.
National Trust at Carlyle's House

Carlyle's House was the home of the historian and philosopher Thomas Carlyle and his wife Jane Welsh Carlyle. The building is a Georgian terraced house dating from 1708. It is furnished with much of Thomas's and Jane's furniture and possessions, and as such is a Victorian time capsule. The walled garden is preserved much as it was in Thomas's and Jane's lifetime, and still has their fig tree. The ...

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Lindsey House   Chelsea 3
99-100 Cheyne Walk, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London, Greater London, SW10 0DQ, England, UK.
National Trust at Lindsey House

Lindsey House is a Grade II listed house. It is owned by the National Trust but is tenanted and only open to the public by special arrangement.

The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, known as the National Trust, conserves over 500 properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, such as historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, farmland, moorland, ...

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Morden Hall Park   ~ Free ~ Morden 3
Morden Hall Park, Morden Hall Road, Morden, London, Greater London, SM4 5JD, England, UK.
National Trust at Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park is a former deer park and wildlife haven cared for and maintained by the National Trust.

The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, known as the National Trust, conserves over 500 properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, such as historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, farmland, moorland, islands, castles, nature reserves, and ...

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Osterley Park   Isleworth 3
Osterley Park, Jersey Road, Isleworth, Greater London, TW7 4RD, England, UK.
National Trust at Osterley Park

Osterley Park was a built in 1576 and remodeled by Robert Adam in 1761. It is set in a large park which includes formal gardens, lakes, woodland and an ancient meadow. It is cared for and maintained by the National Trust.

The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, known as the National Trust, conserves over 500 properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, such ...

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Rainham Hall   Rainham 3
Rainham Hall, The Broadway, Rainham, Havering, Greater London, RM13 9YN, England, UK.
National Trust at Rainham Hall

Rainham Hall is a Grade II listed Georgian house built in 1729 set in garden and grounds of 3 acres. It is cared for and maintained by the National Trust.

The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, known as the National Trust, conserves over 500 properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, such as historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, farmland, ...

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