"The Tower of London," Tower of London Tip by venteeocho
Tower of London, London: 519 reviews and 919 photos
You should definitely make it a point to see the Tower of London, which with its 900 years of history was a place for executions. Take the guided tour and see the Crown Jewels. Next on your list should be Westminster Abbey and built in 1066 it is an architectural wonder of the world. You will be amazed at the interior and exterior of this famous building.
Be sure to see the Houses of Parliament with it’s 1,100 rooms, 100 staircases and11 courtyards and it houses Westminster Hall, the Crypt Church, Members' Lobby. Imaging cleaning that home? It would be quite a job. For an afternoon go to see the Science Museum and Madame Tussaud's (the famous wax museum). These two museums will be a wonderful afternoon of information and tremendous works of art.
Now you are ready to see the Kensington Palace, the residence of the late Princess Diana of Wales and where Queen Victoria was born in 1819 and then the Windsor Castle where Royalty still lives now. This is how the very upper echelon in London lives.
We have chosen our Top Ten Attractions in London. There are also so many other things to do and see in London that you will be excited to know how many. Please see as many as you can. Visit the museums, as they are some of the best in the world. Enjoy your stay in the wonderful city of London.
Great Russell Street
London, WC1B 3DG United Kingdom
Phone: +44 0207 7323 8299
The British Museum is one of London’s top tourist attractions. It also offers quite a bit of information. It was built in 1753 and the Museum's distinctive Greek revivalist structure was built during the 19th century. It covers 14 acres of land with the exhibitions and admission is free for all
Address: Tower Hill, EC3
Directions: Tower Hill tube
Phone: 0 20 7709 0765
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