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Top Attractions in London

The city of posh buildings, museums, fascinating art galleries, theaters and many more to explore – London never ceases to excite almost anyone anytime. This is a place of excellence in urban lifestyle and attractive tourist attractions to be a part of. On your vacation, if you are mulling over the best places to visit, then we present before you the top 10 attractions in London that you can explore.

Houses of Parliament along with Big Ben

London Big BenThis is the prestigious center where all the laws that governs the British Life are debated, conferred and discussed. It dates back to 1840 and was designed by a person named Sir Charles Barry in assistance with A.W.Pugin. Visitors need to buy tickets if they want to step in during the Summer Opening. Tours to the Parliament is kept open week long, barring Sunday. The Parliament House also houses the Big Ben bell that strikes as per the quarter hour. The architectural pattern is Gothic. Find hotels near Houses of Parliament.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace London
The palace is also called “Buck Palace” and has been the Monarch’s permanent residence in London, since the time of Queen Victoria’s accession. The building dates back to 1702 and was renovated by Nash after a century in 1820. The palace consists of as many as 660 rooms and is London’s biggest private house.
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The British Museum

The British Museum LondonA must visit London attraction for the art connoisseurs and for the ones keeping an interest in history and culture. Located in Great Russell Street, the collection in British Museum has almost anything that you can name. Starting from the art and historical collections sourced from Greece, Egypt, China, and ancient Mesopotamia to Roman arts, to coins, antiques, paintings that belong to the Renaissance era and many others.
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London Eye

London EyeOne of the famous tourist attractions, London Eye is all about fun and thrill. Situated close to the Waterloo Station, on the embankment of River Thames this is the largest observation wheel present in the world. The wheel goes on rotating in circles for a good 30 minutes continuously. On day when the skies are clear the view is panoramic and worth capturing in a frame.
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Tate Gallery of Modern Art

Tate Gallery of Modern Art LondonA famous art gallery today, but it previously used to be a power station house. It was converted into a gallery by the famous Swiss architectures namely, De Meuron and Herzog. The entire construction took about 130 million pounds. The art forms exhibited here are modern and contemporary and has specific categories such as “Landscape”, “History”, “Still Life” and many others.
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Tower Bridge

London Tower BridgeTower Bridge in London is about hundred years old and weighs approximately 1,000 tons with its twin bascules. From here, you can have a look at the HMS Belfast, which is an 11,500-ton cruiser and was responsible in for opening the bombardment of Normandy Coast. The Tower Bridge is open to public view daily.
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National Gallery

London National GalleryNational Gallery is situated close to the National Portrait Gallery, north to Trafalgar Square. The gallery came into origin in 1834 and exhibits some of the refined and popular art collections. Paintings of numerous eminent artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Monet, Turner and Titian are showcased here. The gallery is open full day from Monday to Saturday, and is open half-day on Sunday. Find hotels near National Gallery.

Tower of London

Tower of LondonMostly known as a centre of execution and imprisonment, Tower of London overlooks the boundary of ancient city walls. The place used to be a royal residence, an observatory, a mint, an armory and a menagerie at the same time. It is a crowd pulling tourist spot in London owing to presence of the Crown Jewels.
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Victoria & Albert Museum

Victoria & Albert Museum LondonThis is an abode of applied arts. The footfall in Victoria & Albert Museum results from the huge variety and the grandeur of the collections that are exhibited here. It is a repository of art collection that are sourced from India, Japan, China, Korea and other Islamic countries as well. The gallery is situated close to the tube station in South Kensington and houses Renaissance and medieval sculptures. Find hotels near Victoria & Albert Museum.

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square LondonThe place is well known for the Admiral Lord Nelson figurine that goes up to above 167 feet. Trafalgar Square has been established to celebrate the Admiral’s naval victory and dates back to the year 1830. Every year tourists from round the globe visit this spot on 31st December to attend the New Year special celebrations.
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These would be the top 10 attractions in London that you can take time and visit on your stay.

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