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Travel London, U.K - Top 10 Attractions

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Top 10 London Attractions

Don't miss these top attractions on your next visit to London!

1. The British Museum

Established in 1753 and free for all visitors, the British Museum features a large collection of human history, art and cultural artifacts. Experience history, it's the foundation of today!

2. National Gallery

Experience one of the largest collections of paintings in the world. The National Gallery houses over 2,300 paintings dated from mid-13th century to 1900. Located in the Trafalgar Square of Central London.

3. Museum of Natural History

Constructed in 1873, the Museum of Natural History in London, U.K. displays a range of specimens from various segments of Earth's natural history. Particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons and elegant architecture.

4. Tate Modern - Bankside

Located in Bankside, London - Tate Modern is Britain's international gallery of modern and contemporary art dated from 1900 to present day. The building was on old power station, utilizing the architecture of the turbine halls and boiler house as their gallery space.

5. Coca-Cola London Eye

Enjoy the best views of the entire city of London. The London Eye offers several experience options such as wine tasting, champagne tasting, chocolate tasting or simply 30 minute standard rides with groups or your significant other. Your visit to London should be conquered with a birds eye view of the city!

6. Science Museum

Located in South Kensington, London and founded in 1857, the Science Museum is a major tourist attraction with about 3.3 million visitors annually. The exhibitions highlight space, energy, clocks, agriculture, health, computing, energy, mathematics and more... Admission is free!

7. Victoria and Albert Museum

Located in South Kensington, London and maintaining a reputation of being the worlds greatest and largest museum of decorative art and design. The Victoria and Albert Museum was founded in 1852, housing over 4.5 million objects that span over 5,000 years from ancient times to present day.

8. The Tower of London

Founded in 1066, the tower of London played a huge role in English history. Enjoy & experience 1000 years of history including a spectacular display of the Crown Jewels - symbols of monarchy that are still used by the Queen today.

9. Royal Museums of Greenwich

Located in Greenwich, London the "Royal Museums of Greenwich" is a collective name for four museums in London. (1) The National Maritime Museum concentrates on sea and navigation. (2) The Queen's House was a formal residence featuring the "tulip staircase." (3) The Royal Observatory, best known as the location of the Prime Meridian and played a major historical role in astronomy and navigation. (4) Cutty Sark is a record breaking British clipper ship that has traveled the globe and visited every major port.

10. Madame Tussauds London

Established 250 years ago, Madame Tussauds remains a world famous wax museum in the city of London with branches in a handful of other major cities.


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