Top places to visit in London - Tourist attractions

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WeKnow the places to stay in London, best attractions in London, top sights in London, and everything else about London. Book tickets to take a cultural tour of this iconic city and the many cool and historic sights it has to offer. https://www.weknowlondon.com/category/attractions/

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Buckingham Palace See what the Guards are protecting and get inside the spectacular Buckingham Palace – Queen Elizabeth II’s o f f i c i a l L o n d o n residence

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J u m p i n t o T h e Crystal Maze LIVE Experience London and get ready to play the iconic 90’s show. Besides being the ultimate team c h a l l e n g e T h e Crystal Maze LIVE Experience is a truly interactive frenetic and very silly test of your mental and physical abilities. Most of all it’s so much fun

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L o n d o n P a s s 1 d a y Discover more of London with this London Sightseeing Pass. Offering great value convenience and helping you save time at attraction entrances. The pass comes in 1 2 3 and 6 day options making it flexible for your holiday needs. The London Pass is something you cannot do without if you intend to get the most out of your London Tourism experience. It offers free entrance to an unprecedented 70 attractions.

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Kensington Palace The palace once known as Nottingham House has been a residence of the Royal Family s i n c e t h e 1 7 t h c e n t u r y . Initially built as a modest mansion it was to become over the centuries the grand palace that we now know with its elegant King and Queen’s S t a t e A p a r t m e n t s a n d b e a u t i f u l l y l a n d s c a p e d gardens.

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M e r l i n ’ s M a g i c a l L o n d o n With Merlin’s Magical London Ticket visit all 5 a t t r a c t i o n s o n t h e same day or spread it over a few days. The choice is yours

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T h e C o c a C o l a L o n d o n C h a m p a g n e E x p e r i e n c e The majestic London Eye is an iconic part of the London skyline and on is always on a list of things you must do when you’re in London so while you’re here you can’t miss out. Providing spectacular views across the city of London you can spot Buckingham Palace the Houses of Parliament Big Ben Tower Bridge and other iconic London landmarks from the Eye. As the glittering Thames spreads out before you London looks gorgeous both in the day and the night – and boarding at sunset is even better. The journey around the Eye takes about 30 minutes so there is plenty of time to take pictures and sit back to enjoy the best view in London.

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Three Palace Pass T h e T h r e e P a l a c e P a s t includes the admissions to the Tower of London Kensington Palace and Hampton Court Palace. Save £7.50 per adult and £11.35 per child when purchasing all 3 attractions together.

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The Royal Observatory Greenwich Have the time of your life – The Royal Observatory in London’s Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time and the famous Prime Meridian of the World – 0° 0’ 0”.  Built for the purpose of finding longitude at sea architect Sir Christopher Wren’s Royal Observatory is also a museum of time and astronomy. Check out the early T ompion clocks and displays on navigation at sea that show how Britain led the world in global exploration and trade.

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Westminster Abbey W e s t m i n s t e r A b b e y i s a n absolutely essential part of any visit to London. One of the city’s most iconic buildings the Abbey has seen so much history that you can’t help but feel it. Steeped in over a thousand years of history Benedictine Monks first started worshipping at this site in the middle of the tenth century and the current building has been there for over 700 years.

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The Tower Bridge Exhibition If you’ve ever wanted to see every important detail of this iconic structure you have come to the right place . You will experience the thrilling glass floor and learn how the bridge actually works. Get to know one of London’s most famous landmarks as ‘The Tower Bridge Exhibition’ gives you the opportunity to explore the bridge both past and present through videos and interactive displays.

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The London Dungeon The bigger and better London Dungeon is an attraction packed full of lively real-life actors vibrant sets and special effects all bringing 1000 years of unsavoury London history to life. Your London Dungeon experience kicks off as you step back in time hundreds of years through London’s plague-ridden streets. Witness Guy Fawkes’ dramatic plot to blow up Parliament and walk Jack the Ripper’s Whitechapel as ghastly London is brought to life.

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Z S L L o n d o n Z o o In the heart of London there are wild animals waiting for you – at ZSL London Zoo. See little large hairy and scary animals from across the globe.  The Zoological Society of London ZSL London Zoo in R e g e n t ’ s P a r k h o u s e s a collection of 755 species of animal in beautiful landscaped grounds. Check out the animals and browse the Victorian Grim Curiosity Shop to see some eccentric objects.

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Windsor Castle Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and Queen Elizabeth II loves to spend her weekends in this stunning fortress – pay the castle a visit and find out more. If you’ve fancied visiting one of the Queen’s majestic residences then this day trip is for you. In addition to wandering around the breath-taking Windsor Castle you can experience the spectacle of the Changing of the Guard and marvel at St George’s Chapel and Queen Mary’s Doll’s House.

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The Tower of London Visit the Tower of London and discover its fascinating history – from beheadings to zoos to the Crown Jewels this commanding fortress has seen it all. The dazzling Crown Jewels are a must-see attraction at the Tower of London and you will discover the history behind these priceless royal treasures like the Sovereign’s Sceptre and the plush Imperial State Crown worn by the Queen at each State Opening of Parliament.

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The View from the Shard The View from The Shard is London’s highest and most stylish attraction and you will not forget the 360 degree viewing platform offering a staggering 40-mile view experience. Experience the incredible sights from the viewing platform at The Shard standing at twice the height of any other viewing platform in the city. The stunning views of the world’s greatest city span an unbelievable 40 mile 64km radius standing at an impressive 1016ft or 310 metres high. The lift travels at six metres per second meaning you travel from Level 1 to Level 68 in about 60 seconds. The main viewing gallery on Level 69 is a spectacular three storeys high flooded with light in the daytime for sight-seeing and the perfect place to see the glittering lights of London at night. For an even higher experience venture to the partially outdoor viewing gallery on Level 72. Exposing yourself to the elements at this glorious breath-taking height – you’ll be surrounded by the famous ‘shards’ of glass that form the top of The Shard. This ticket has a fully flexible entry time for the date you select and you can stay on the viewing platform for as long as you want.

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The Coca Cola London Eye The majestic London Eye is an iconic part of the London skyline and on is always on a list of things you must do when you’re in London so while you’re here you can’t miss out. Providing spectacular views across the city of London you can spot Buckingham Palace the Houses of Parliament Big Ben Tower Bridge and other iconic London landmarks from the Eye. As the glittering Thames spreads out before you London looks gorgeous both in the day and the night – and boarding at sunset is even better. The journey around the Eye takes about 30 minutes so there is plenty of time to take pictures and sit back to enjoy the best view in London.

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The Banqueting House Visit the only complete building of the old Palace of Whitehall to have survived when that building burned down after the execution of Charles I. The Banqueting house was built for grand occasions and has been the scene of many plays grand balls and masques as well as traditional banquets laid out for important guests. When you visit you will be in awe of one of the finest venues in London for both royal and high society functions.

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S t P a u l ’ s C a t h e d r a l A visual and spiritual marvel St. Paul’s C a t h e d r a l – a s d e s i g n e d b y S i r Christopher Wren – has been captivating Londoners and tourists since 1710. Here is your chance to see it’s splendour. The current Cathedral – the fourth to occupy this site – was designed by the court architect Sir Christopher Wren and built b e t w e e n 1 6 7 5 a n d 1 7 1 0 a f t e r i t s predecessor was destroyed in the Great Fire of London. Its importance reflects the determination of the monarchs who decreed that London’s leading church should be as beautiful and imposing as their private palaces. Dominating the London skyline the magnificent domed cathedral was completed in 1710. Visitors can now enjoy a new inclusive multimedia g u i d e w h i c h w e a v e s t o g e t h e r contemporary photography archive film footage including the wedding of Charles Diana and the voices of those who work in St Paul’s today.

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Shakespeare’s Globe Guided T our Shakespeare is the greatest writer in the English language and here’s your chance to become an expert on him. You will take part in a guided tour inside the reconstructed Globe Theatre where you can discover the working life of the Globe today. The exhibition delves into William’s life in depth. Shakespeare’s Globe is a faithful authentic reconstruction of the open-air playhouse first built in 1599 where the famous playwright worked and for which he wrote many of his greatest plays. The reconstructed Globe is today a working theatre and much-loved attraction for fans of The Bard.

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SEA LIFE London Aquarium Have you ever wanted to feed Stingrays or meet a Monster Crab SEA LIFE London Aquarium is home to one of Europe’s largest collections of global marine life. Located on the South Bank area of London under the shadow of the London Eye you can go on a journey along the Great Oceanic Conveyor and meet the aquarium’s residents – from the colourful to the downright freaky.

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Madame Tussauds Filled with 14 interactive zones the World famous Madame Tussauds allows you to meet the celebrities you most admire. Walk down the red carpet and strike a pose with Hollywood actors or challenge your favourite sporting stars like David Beckham or Lewis Hamilton.

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Kew Gardens and Kew Palace History and nature collide to produce a stunning British attraction. Kew Gardens and Kew Palace showcase the very best of British design and horticulture. You will visit The Royal Botanic Gardens Kew: A World Heritage Site on the River Thames as well as Kew’s amazing Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop Walkway before checking out the Royal Kew Palace.

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Dreamworks T ours Shrek’s Adventure A n e x c i t i n g a d v e n t u r e f o r k i d s a n d S h r e k f a n a t i c s i n L o n d o n t h i s b r a n d n e w a t t r a c t i o n f r o m D r e a m w o r k s F i l m s g i v e s y o u t h e c h a n c e t o m e e t S h r e k a n d l o t s o f f r i e n d s a l o n g t h e w a y.

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London Bridge Experience and London T ombs Are you brave enough to face your fears Fun for all ages the London Bridge Experience which includes the London Tombs was voted Winner of the Best Guided Tour at the Group Leisure Award’s

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