Top Ten London Attractions

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Just the thought of visiting London uplift us and once you land in the city, you are blank and doesn’t know what to do and what all attractive places to visit? To facilitate your visit in London here are some must visit places to ensure you get maximum out of your visit.

British Museum

Founded in 1753 this British Museum has notable collection of human history. Now visitors can enjoy a unique collection of world culture under one roof. You can find world famous objects like Parthenon sculptures and Egyptian mummies.

Tata Modern

Visit to London isn’t complete without a trip to Tata Modern. Britain’s national museum located on the banks of river Thames and exhibits modern contemporary artwork of Bonnard, Matisse, Picasso, Rothko, Dali and Bourgeois.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is hundred years old and one of the famous London attractions. It takes 90 seconds for the bascules to be raised with electric motors, which were replaced from old steam engines.

Buckingham Palace

Popularly known as “Buck House”, is one of the most famous attractions. The balcony is a famous spot; Queen Victoria did a royal appearance during the opening celebration of the Great Exhibition.

London eye

Located on the bank of the River Thames, one of spectacular spot and must visit when you down to London. This attraction has the biggest observation wheel in the world and takes 30 minutes to make a full circle and offer splendid and open view of London.

British Museum

This national institution attracts millions of visitor each year. Located on the Great Russell Square, you will find the collections from Egypt, China, Antiques, Coins, medals, prints and drawing of yesteryears.

Madame Tussauds

Mamade Tussauds is a place where you come face to face with your favorite star or idol! Madame Tussauds combines style, glamour with incredible history.

Royal Museum Greenwich

Recently in 2012, National Maritime Museum, Queen’s house and Royal Observatory joined hands together and formed one identity called the Royal Museum Greenwich.

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is the authorized seat of the London’s Bishop. The cathedral is one of the most legendary sights of the London city. At 111 m height, it was considered as the tallest building in London and dictating the skyline from 1710 to 1962.

The National Portrait Gallery

The gallery has a large collection of portraits of Kings, Queen and other historical personalities. This gallery is one of the favorites in London which demonstrates the best photographs and portraits of London.

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