Tourist Information UK

Tourist Information London

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Buckingham Palace is the Queens London residence and is used to receive and entertain guests on state, ceremonial and official occasions.
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The London Eye offers visitors spectacular views of England’s capital from 135m/443ft high in a giant moving wheel.
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Hampton Court was King Henry VIII’s favourite palace and has probably the most famous maze in the world.
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The Houses of Parliament are the location for Government decision making
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London Zoo is located in Regent's Park and is the world's oldest scientific zoo.
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The science museum explains and questions a variety of technological advancements, from space and travel to food and medicine.
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The National Gallery houses one of the greatest collections of Western European painting in the world.
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The British Museum houses a world collection of art and antiquities from ancient and living cultures that spans two million years of history.
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The Tower of London is one of the most famous prisons in British history and houses the British Monarchy’s Crown Jewels.
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The Natural History Museum is home to one of the largest natural history collections in the world from microscopic slides to mammoth skeletons.
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Tower Bridge exhibition takes visitors behind the scenes of this famous London bridge and tells you of its history.
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The royal botanic gardens contain glasshouses, conservatories, a herbarium, library and museums as well as extensive gardens.
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The Globe Theatre is a reconstruction of the open air playhouse originally designed in 1599 and for which Shakespeare wrote most of his plays.
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Located in London, Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern art
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The V&A museum houses art and design artefacts spanning 3000 years of history and from all corners of the world.
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Chessington is situated just 12 miles from central London and is a theme park and zoo.
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A musuem containing wax models of famous people.
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The Imperial War Museum houses artefacts and exhibitions relation to British conflict from World War I onwards.
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2000 years of gruesome London events are bought back to life through a tour. Not for people who are easily scared.
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Westminster Abbey is a Church and the location for Royal coronations and burials.
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