Attractions in London

There are so many attractions and activities to enjoy in London. On Visit-London.Net, you'll find a wide range of London attractions to choose from including Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London & Westminster Abbey.

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Attractions in London


Willows Farm Village

Frosts Garden Centres

, Various Locations

Frosts is a family-owned, independent group of four garden centres and landscaping company. Our head office and the Woburn Sands Centre is located just outside Milton Keynes, our...

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Rare Breeds Centre

Highlands Farm, Woodchurch, Ashford

The Rare Breeds Centre is the only Rare Breeds Centre in Kent and is approved by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. Families, adults and groups can enjoy a perfect day out on our...

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Willows Farm Village and Park

, Hertfordshire

The perfect kids day out in Hertfordshire Set in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, Willows Farm Village offers a wonderful family day out with a fun packed programme of...

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Big Ben & Houses of Parliament

Parliament Square, London

Most People know the sights of London's Houses of Parliament and Big Ben aside the river Thames, though Big Ben is Not the clock tower itself, but the actual clock inside the tower...

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Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace, London

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of the Queen and has been since Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837. The Palace itself is quite nice, and the park it stands in...

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London Zoo

Outer Circle Regent's Park, London

With over 12,000 animals to see, the zoo is well laid out with many childrens attractions. Metro: Camden Town, then Bus 274. Tel: (0171) 722 3333. Adult £10; children...

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National Portrait Gallery

St Martin's Place, London

National Portrait gallery gives a fascinating trawl through British History by the people who shaped it. Starting from medieval kings and arriving at today's actors, musicians and...

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Saint Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Churchyard, The Chapter, London

Special services or events may close some or all parts of the cathedral. Wren's famous cathedral church of the diocese of London. Adult £5, concessions £4.  

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St James's Park

Green park, St James Park, Piccadilly, London

The acres known as Green Park were added to St. James's Park in the late 17th Century by Charles II. Charles II preferred early a.m. walks along the Hyde Park Corner, an area now...

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Tate Modern

Bankside, London

Since Tate Modern opened in 2000 in the former power station building, it's become one of London's biggest tourist attractions. Upon entering the gallery you are greeted by a...

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The British Museum

Great Russell Street, London

The British Museum, founded in 1753, contains world-famous collections of antiquities from Egypt, Western Asia, Greece and Rome, as well as Prehistoric and Romano-British,...

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The National Gallery

Trafalgar Square, London

Another one you can't afford to miss: The National Gallery with over 2,000 paintings dating from the 13th century to the present. The gallery has a large collection of Rembrandts,...

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge, London

Completed in 1894, the Tower Bridge has become THE London icon. The Tower Bridge Exhibition allows you to walk the top level of the bridge, view the engine rooms, and see the...

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Tower of London

HM Tower of London, London

Take a Yeoman tour, and marvel at the Crown Jewels. A must-see on any trip to London, the Tower Of London has seen over 900 years of British history. Don't miss the collection of...

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Westminster Abbey

Dean's Yard, London

One of Britain's finest Gothic buildings. Scene of the coronation, marriage and burial of British monarchs. Nave and cloisters, Royal Chapels, Chapter House, Westminster Abbey...

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