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Our Picked London Attractions You Cannot Miss

British Museum
This is known for housing one of the largest collections of exhibits ever found in any other museum. With a staggering collection of over 6 million pieces across its 4 floors, artifacts from Egypt, Greece, Rome, China and more countries are preserved here. You can view old coins, paintings, statues and medals. The Round Reading Rome, now known as the British Library is one of the most important rooms here. Admission is free, though certain specific exhibits require a fee.
Tate Modern
Located on the banks of the Thames River, this museum was once a power station. This gallery features international modern art and sculptures by very famous artists like Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. The restaurant here also offers great views of the surrounding regions. Admission is free, though you would need to pay for viewing most exhibits.
National Gallery
Located at Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery houses some of the most striking collections of art. The gallery houses both contemporary and classic works of art, including those done by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphael, John Constable, Vincent van Gogh, Salvator Rosa and Rembrandt. Admission to the gallery is free.
Natural History Museum
One of the largest and most interesting museums in London, the Natural History Museum displays exhibits that start with origins of the earth. It houses about 70 million exhibits spread across 5 departments. Some of the most exciting exhibits here include Dippy, the dinosaur skeleton, the model of Blue Whale, the Darwin Centre and the River Thames Whale.
London Eye
Located on the banks of River Thames across the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye is one of the most loved spots in London. Earlier called the British Airways London Eye, it has 32 closed capsules that can accommodate 25 people. Tourists can go aboard this and catch the best views of the city.
Science Museum
Located in London’s museum district, the Science Museum is a particular favourite with travelers. The museum has a collection of over 300,000 exhibits, most popular being Stephenson’s Rocket, Puffing Billy, a DNA reconstruction model built by Crick and Watson in 1953, the IMAX 3D Cinema and an Exploring Space Gallery that tells us stories of human exploration of the space.
Victoria and Albert Museum
Popularly known as V&A, this museum houses the world’s largest decorative arts collection, ranging to about 4.5 million artifacts. It was named after Prince Albert and Queen Victoria and has about 145 galleries. The museum is split into 4 collections departments – Asia; Furniture, Textiles & Fashion; Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics & Glass; Wood & Image. Admission to this museum is free.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
Now this is one place, which you must visit before leaving London. This is probably one of the few places where you can get up close with your favorite stars and personalities. Take a picture with the Queen, stand by Albert Einstein or pose for a quick round of photographs with the lovable Shrek. The museum features quite a few wax statues of eminent personalities, including David Beckham, Sachin Tendulkar, Princess Diana, Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams, Barack Obama, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Spiderman and The Hulk. You would have to pay a few pounds to stand next to these elite personalities.
Tower Bridge &
Tower of London
One of the most renowned structures of London, the Tower Bridge is one of the most iconic structures of the city. Located across the River Thames, it is a combined bascule and suspension bridge located close to the Tower of London from where it derives its name. The Tower of London is one of the most important structures of London. It was once home to the royal family and was later used as a prison. Today the crown jewels are kept here. This tower also houses at all times at least 6 ravens due to the belief that if they are not present, the kingdom would fall. Today the tower is also said to be haunted by various ghosts including Queen Anne Boleyn, Henry VI and Margaret Pole.
National Maritime Museum
One of the oldest maritime museums in the world, the National Maritime Museum is believed to house over 2 million collectibles. It has the world’s largest maritime reference library, with some of the books dating to the 15th century. One of the most interesting exhibit you’ll see here is a a re-enactment of the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar.

About London

Once called Londinium, London is one of the oldest cities to exist. Capital of England and United Kingdom, it is a global city, with a mix of arts, culture, commerce, entertainment, tourism, finance and loads more coexisting. For tourists and travelers, this vibrant city offers a lot. Walk by the Thames River, take a ride on the London Eye that lets you catch splendid views of London, watch the Changing of Guards at Buckingham Palace and visit the Westminster Abbey that is one of the oldest icons of London. Not just for sightseeing, London is also a shopping hot-spot. As one of the fashion capitals of the world, the streets here are full of designer stores where you can rummage for clothes, shoes and tons of goodies.
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Shop Till You Drop in London!

London is one of the best shopping areas in the world and there are a huge number of shops here where you can get the best bargains. Whether its designer stores or huge malls, there is a lot that you can do to while away time. Oxford Street is one of the most prominent spots in London, famous for its designer stores and over 300 shops. Some of its prominent landmarks are Selfridges, John Lewis, Debenhams and St Christopher’s Place. Regent Street is great to visit some of the oldest stores, such as Hamleys, Liberty and Apple Store. One of the most luxurious places to shop in is Bond Street. It has lines of stores selling the most elite is shopping – Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. Savile Row is probably the best place to visit if you want to get a handmade suit done in old-world London style. If you have the energy to brave through, Carnaby Street is made of 12 streets of amazing shopping options – from designer clothes to beautiful shoes, it’s all here. Covent Garden is another popular spot in London to buy designer clothes, sweets and some rare artifacts. For some more shopping options, visit King’s Road for its trendy boutiques and designer shops, Knightsbridge for the very famous Harrods and Harvey Nichols, Notting Hill for its vintage stores and Westfield London for its luxury and premium shopping options.

Feasting in London

Want to know what are the best places to get your kind of meal in London? From low cost restaurants to premium dining, a warm cuppa tea and organic food, we’ll get you some of the most recommended dining options. For a meal with your family there are a number of restaurants that provide good food along with hordes of fun activities for your kiddies. Belgo Centraal, Café Rouge, Ed’s Easy Diners, Imli, My Old Dutch (amazing pancakes!), Rainforest Café and Sticky Fingers. For a true treat in London’s outdoors visit some of its riverside dining or rooftop terraces – Boundary, Coq d’Argent, Kensington Roof Gardens, Shad Thames and West India Quay are some of the best places to visit. London’s several museums also feature a number of quality eating and dining options. The Camden Arts Centre Café, Portrait Restaurant at National Portrait Gallery, Tate Modern Restaurant and Peyton & Bryne at Wellcome Collection are perfect to savour some traditional feats while walking through the various galleries. Londoners love their warm cuppa and there are innumerable tea spots to grabs one. From traditional tea in a pot, warm scones with cream and jam and pretty cakes, it’s a wonderful experience here. Some of the best places to catch the action are The Ritz, The Langham, where afternoon tea has been a tradition since 1865, The Dorchester and The Metropolitan with its array of heart and flower themed menus. A word of advice – smart dressing and advance booking are often required to visit these restaurants.