London SOME OF THE BEST ATTRACTIONS TO SEE AND VISIT IN LONDON! DON’T JUST STAY IN CHINA…GET OUT THERE AND SEE SOMETHING!Will level 5
London Eye The London Eye is 135 meters high, which makes it one the worlds tallest observation wheels. It has 32 capsules and carries around 10,000 visitors every day. The London Eye has become the most popular paid-for UK visitor attraction, visited by over 3.5 million people a year. While traveling in complete safety you can see up to 40 kilometers away in all directions from each capsule.Will level 5
Tower of London The Tower of London is where the Crown Jewels are housed. Its also where you can stand on the execution site of three English queens! The Tower of London was home to the kings and queens of England for many years. Public executions were held on Tower Green, including two of Henry VIIIs wives: Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.Will level 5
Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace is Queen Elizabeth IIs official residence and has been the official London residence of Britains sovereign since 1837. It was once a townhouse owned by the Dukes of Buckingham back in the eighteenth century. George III bought Buckingham House in 1761 for his wife Queen Charlotte to use as a family home near to St Jamess Palace, where many court functions were held.Will level 5
Trafalgar Square How could you miss one of the capitals most iconic areas? Come and marvel at Nelsons Column and the four huge lion statues. Feeding the pigeons is now discouraged (due to the spread of diseases), so please dont bring them any treats.Will level 5
Tate Modern Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern and contemporary art from 1900 onwards. The gallery opened in 2000 in a converted power station on the south bank of the Thames in an imposing position opposite St. Pauls Cathedral. You can visit again and again as its free and the modern art displays change quite frequently. Youll often find enormous installations in the Turbine Hall on the ground floor.Will level 5
Museum of London The Museum of London documents the history of London from prehistoric times right up to today. Learn about London from the days when the whole population would fit on one double-decker bus! Make sure you see the Lord Mayors Coach, which was built in 1757 and is still used every year for the Lord Mayors Show.Will level 5
British Museum The British Museum opened in 1753 and prides itself on remaining free ever since then. The British Museum houses more than an incredible 7 million objects, and it would probably take a week to see everything. Those treasures include the Rosetta Stone, an Easter Island statue, and the earliest known image of Christ.Will level 5
NaturalHistoryMuseum The Natural History Museum is all about discovering the natural world around us . Dont miss The Blue Whale or The Power Within, where you can experience what an earthquake feels like! The Natural History Museum is one of the big three museums in South Kensington. and every winter there is an ice rink on the east lawn: Natural History Museum Ice Rink.Will level 5
Houses of Parliament The building is stunning from Parliament Square, but its worth taking a walk over Westminster Bridge and getting the view from the South Bank. Note, Big Ben is actually the name of the bell in the clock tower (St. Stephens Tower), which chimes every 15 minutes.Will level 5
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