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City of London
13 reviews
The unmissable Tower of London (actually a castle of 20-odd towers) offers a window on to a gruesome and quite compelling history. — Lonely Planet
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Bloomsbury
11 reviews
This celebrated treasure house, filled with plunder of incalculable value and beauty from around the globe, occupies an immense, imposing neoclassical building in the heart of Bloomsbury. — Fodor's
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Holborn
13 reviews
On entering, visitors are immersed in the world of the museum's creator, Sir John Soane (1753-1837), the great architect of the Regency period. — Michelin Guide
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Southwark
13 reviews
Welcoming more than four million visitors a year, Tate Modern is the world's most popular modern art gallery (the free admission helps), and one of the capital's very best attractions. — Frommer's
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Marylebone
10 reviews
This elegant town-house gallery is one of the capital’s lesser-known art spots, but it's simply packed with priceless paintings, furniture and porcelain — Afar Magazine
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South Kensington
12 reviews
Located in Kensington, this museum brims with more than 70 million different specimens and exhibits, from dinosaur bones to a simulated earthquake — U.S. News & World Report
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Trafalgar Square / Embankment
10 reviews
The National Gallery in London holds art works of the masters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Vincent van Gogh, and Rembrandt. Most importantly, entry is free! — Afar Magazine
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Southwark
11 reviews
A ticket to the exhibitions and tour... includes a 45min. walkthrough of the theater, chock full of anecdotes about bear-baiting, current productions, and the list of fire hazards. — Let's Go
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Westminster
9 reviews
Beyond the walkway, head through the oratory, resting place of Henry V, hero of Agincourt. — Michelin Guide
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Westminster
11 reviews
In August 1945, with the conflict finally won, the rooms were abandoned exactly as they were, creating a time capsule of the moment of victory. — Frommer's
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11 reviews
In contrast to the West End's grand aristocratic town houses, this charming museum is devoted to the life of the city's middle class over the years. — Fodor's
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9 reviews
Despite its medieval, fairy-tale appearance, Britain's most iconic bridge was actually built at the tail end of the Victorian age, first opening to traffic in 1894. — Fodor's
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City of London
9 reviews
The museum’s pulled together over 100 items from the band’s archive relating to the ‘London Calling’ album — Time Out
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City of London
11 reviews
There has been a church on this site in the City of London for 1400 years and the current St. Paul's Cathedral is the mother church of the Diocese of London. — Afar Magazine
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South Kensington
8 reviews
Behind the columns of this stoic 19th-century building are seven floors of mind-bending exhibits, and kids with eyes the size of dinner plates. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Westminster
9 reviews
The image of the Palace of Westminster... and its clocktower known as Big Ben... has become an icon of icons. — Frommer's
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South Kensington
7 reviews
Built as a memorial to Queen Victoria's husband in 1871, the Royal Albert Hall's vast rotunda was once described by the monarch as looking like 'the British constitution'. — Time Out
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9 reviews
Adam refaced most of the exterior and added the splendid library, which, with its vaulted ceiling and Corinthian columns, is the highlight of the house for design aficionados. — Fodor's
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Westminster
9 reviews
It's rare to get a chance to see how the other half—well, other minute fraction—lives and works. — Fodor's
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7 reviews
One of London’s unexpectedly gripping museums has a deceptive name... it’s not just for military buffs. — Frommer's
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