London visitor attractions

The Geffrye Museum, London
The Geffrye Museum documents the progression of homelife in London from the 17th century to the 20th.


Natural History Museum, London
The fantastic, and free, Natural History Museum in London will keep you busy for a day or two while in London


The Kyoto Garden in Holland Park, London
A beautiful tranquil Japanese garden in this west central London park.


Diana Memorial Fountain, Hyde Park
This long and winding fountain in Hyde Park celebrates Diana's life.


Kenwood House, London
Kenwood House is a wonderful historic 18th century home, once owned by the beer mangnate Edward Guiness.


National Army Museum, London
Army buffs and those interested in British history should go see the National Army Museum - and bring the kids, as it's a child friendly museum too.


The British Museum
The world's largest museum, the British Museum houses over 7 million exhibits.


St James' Park, London
St. James's Park's beautiful expanse of greenery is a picnicker's delight with its lake and friendly tenants that comprise of ducks, gulls, swans, geese and the occasional pelican.


The RAF Museum, London
This museum just outside central London holds over 100 aircraft that has served in the British Airforce.


Kensington Gardens, London
One of the most popular gardens in central London is Kensington Gardens.


Buckingham Palace Gardens, London
The delightful garden behind Buckingham Palace is open to visitors in August and September each year.


The Royal Mews, London
The Royal Mews might sound like the call of the king of cats, but in actuality it is the home of the British royal stables. It has a long tradition, in fact, since the 1820s, it has been stationed near Buckingham Palace.


The Victoria Tower at Houses of Parliament
Few places in Great Britain are as steeped in history as the Palace of Westminster. And it is possible that no place in the vast Westminster complex has more historical associations than Victoria Tower.


Clarence House, London
Clarence House in London is the official home of The Prince of Wales, and up until 2009 his two sons William and Harry. Formerly, it was the home of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, up until her death.


Kensington Palace, London
If there is a "must see" place on your next visit to London, it is Kensington Palace. Kensington Palace is set in Kensington Gardens in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.


The Wellington Arch, London
The Wellington Arch in London, England is a prime example of nineteenth-century extravagance. Adorned with an elegant statue, this large, awe-inspiring gateway stands tall in London's famous Hyde Park.


Highgate Cemetery, London
Highgate Cemetery located just north of London, England it is on the English Heritage Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England. It is quite different than cemeteries as we know them in the United States and a interesting spot to visit on your vacation in London.


The Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, London
The Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, England is located in Lincoln's Inn Field and was formally opened in 1813.


Big Ben, London
Among London's most notable landmarks, Big Ben stands tall - both figuratively and literally - on the list.


The London Eye
The London Eye, located on London's South Bank, just opposite the Houses of Parliament is the largest carrousel in the world and London's most visited tourist attraction.


Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew, London
Kew Gardens is an amazing world heritage site and botanical garden. Visitors can learn about, see and enjoy a great deal of landscapes, historical buildings and rare plants for a small fee.


Hampton Court Palace, London
Hampton Court Palace is world famous for stunning architecture, art, and gardens.


Hyde Park, London
Much like Central Park is to New York in the United States, so to is Hyde Park to London. The 350 acre park is located in the center of the city, it is easy to forget that you are in a major metropolitan city with all of the beautiful trees and shrubs.


National Portrait Gallery, London
If you find yourself in London on a rainy afternoon, instead of wandering aimlessly down Drury Lane, perhaps a visit to The National Portrait Gallery would save the day.


Victoria and Albert Museum, London
The Victoria and Albert Museum in London contains one of the best art collections in London, and indeed the world.


Tower Bridge, London
The Tower Bridge in London, England, is probably one of the most famous bridges in the world.


Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace. It's on most every tourist's list while visiting London. Don't miss the tour of the interior or the gardens.


Tate Modern, London
The Tate Modern is a must see destination for any visitor to London. Housed in the old Bankside Power Station, the building itself is the star of this gallery, often outshining the art inside.



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