Top 10 Attractions Point’s in the London City 1. British Museum 2. Tate Modern 3. National Gallery 4. Natural History Museum 5. London Eye 6. Science Museum 7. Gloria and Albert Museum 8. Madame Tussauds 9. National Maritime Museum 10.The Tower of London
British Museum • British Museum is full of artifacts from old England. British Museum opened in 1753. British Museum houses more than an 7 million objects, and its take a week to see everything. • The collection of Egyptian and Greek antiquities are without a doubt amongst the largest and best known in the world. Definite must are the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures and the ancient Egyptian mummies.
Tate Modern • Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern. You can visit Tate Modern again and again, Entry to the Tate Modern is free. • The gallery has some interesting restaurants that tender spectacular views of the city. and the modern art displays change quite frequently.
National Gallery • The National Gallery is an art museum in London, United Kingdom. The National Gallery Opened in 1824, and it have more then 2,300 paintings collection. • London’s national gallery is huge in area and displays iconic works of art from the likes of Van Gogh, da Vinci, Botticelli, Constable, Renoir, Titian and Stubbs. There are no entry charges to the museum.
Natural History Museum • The Natural History Museum is one of the big three museums in London, United Kingdom. The Natural History Museum is all about discovering the natural world around us and appeals to all age groups. • The museum is home to collection of the biggest, tallest and rarest animals in the world. Witness the beauty of a 40-million-year old spider, a life-size blue whale and marvel at the wonders of nature.
London Eye • Your visit to London is not complete without coming to the London Eye. It is the biggest observations wheel in the world that offers you over 55 of London’s most famous landmarks within a time span of 30 minutes. • 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. Could you ask for more?
Science Museum • The Science Museum is one of the major museums in London, United Kingdom. It is a part of National Museum of Science and Industry. Th Science Museum is a major tourist attraction point in London. • Museums generally make you travel into history—but this one—makes you jump into the future. Perform Olympic-standard mental gymnastics. A must visit is the Imax cinema here. There are no entry charges, but special exhibitions are ticketed.
Gloria and Albert Museum • Gloria and Albert Museum is near the Natural History Museum and Science Museum in South Kensington London. Gloria and Albert Museum is a great museum of art and design and holds over 3,000 years worth of artifacts. • Celebrating art and design, this is a real treasure for people who like to romance history. Furniture, paintings, metalwork, textiles—you name it, and they have it.
Madame Tussauds • Everyone knows of Madame Tussauds. Shakespeare, Britney, Kylie Minogue—these are people you’ve only read about in books, or seen them on television. Now come face- to-face with your favourite celebrities. Pose next to them, get pictures clicked—and treasure these memories for a lifetime. • Walk down the red carpet and strike a pose with the Beckhams, before stepping into our interactive movie and sports zones. Start your royal experience with a once-in-a-lifetime audience with Madame Tussauds
National Maritime Museum • National Maritime Museum was first opened in 1937. The Queens House is a part of the National Maritime Museum. It was originally part of the Royal Palace of Placentia. • Tour the models, paintings and trophies from each continent at the National Maritime Musuem. Dig more into the history of maritime London, sink in the beauty of ocean liners and know more about the details of the controversial history of trade across the Atlantic region.
The Tower of London • One of the most famous buildings in the world, explore the ‘palace people’. Discover its 900-year old history as a place, a prison, an arsenal, a jewel house—and yes, a zoo! Highlights include the Royal Beats, Fit for a King, the White Tower, the Yeoman Warders, the Fusilier Musuem, East Wall Walk and the Medieval Palace. • The Tower of London is where the Crown Jewels are housed, and theyre quite spectacular. Its also where you can stand on the execution site of three English queens!
Thank You !!!! • Could you ask for more? Top 10 London Attractions Please visit our Blog • =>>http://www.think hotels.com/blog/