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Attraction - The National Gallery
Art museum in Trafalgar Square that was founded in 1824. The gallery houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings dating from the mid-13th century to 1900.
Attraction - British Museum
One of the largest and most comprehensive museums in the world, housing nearly eight million pieces of world art and historical artefacts from around the world.
Attraction - Tate Modern
Gallery of international modern art, based in the former Bankside Power Station in Southwark. Featuring world-class works of art from 1900 to present day, the Tate Modern boasts one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world
Attraction - Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
An acclaimed playhouse that stages plays by William Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Shakespeare's Globe is a faithful oak-and-thatch recreation of the original Elizabethan Globe Theatre, and located 230 meters from the original site.
Attraction - Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum houses more than 80 specimens across the scientific realms of botany, entomology, mineralogy, paleontology and zoology – many of which once belonged to the collections of famous scientists such as Sir Charles Darwin.
Attraction - Victoria & Albert Museum
World-renowned museum to applied and decorative arts and design, opened by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1852. The V&A houses a collection of 2.27 million objects spanning 5,000 years of human history, as well as the world's largest collection of post-classical sculpture.
Attraction - Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace is currently the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Previous royal residents have included Princess Diana, Princess Margaret and Queen Victoria. Visitors can take a historical guided tour of the gardens and visit the State Rooms.
Attraction - Wembley Stadium
The largest stadium in the UK, Wembley Stadium hosts the home games of the English national football team and the FA Cup semi-finals and FA Club Final. The stadium is also a major live music venue.
Attraction - St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of London. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London, the cathedral is still a working church today and a prominent part of the London skyline.
Attraction - Trafalgar Square
A public square named in honour of the British naval victory at the Battle of Trafalgar, Trafalgar Square features a number of historic sculptures and plinths, most famously Nelson's Column at the centre and the Fourth Plinth, which showcases changing works of contemporary art since 1999.
Attraction - lastminute.com London Eye
Opened in 2000, the London Eye is Europe's largest observation wheel and the second-highest public viewing point in the city. Featuring 32 sealed passenger capsules, each revolution takes approximately 30 minutes and allows for panoramic views over the capital city and its many landmarks.
Attraction - Tower of London
Located on the banks of the River Thames, the Tower of London is a historic castle that was built by William the Conqueror after the Norman Conquest of 1066. Today one of the UK's most popular tourist destinations, the Tower houses the world-famous collection of Crown Jewels.
Attraction - Cutty Sark
A historic British clipper ship, the Cutty Sark was the fastest vessel of its time, and had variously worked in the tea and wool trade, as a cargo vessel and as a cadet training ship. The ship is now listed by National Historic Ships as part of the National Historic Fleet.
Attraction - Tower Bridge
An icon of London's cityscape, the Tower Bridge is both a symbol of London and a vital part of the city's traffic network. The tower has starred in many films over the years, including Mission: Impossible, Lara Croft and Spice Girls, and boasts an exhibition space in the upper walkway.
Attraction - Royal Observatory Greenwich
One of the world's oldest observatories, the Royal Observatory overlooks the River Thames and houses important objects from the history of scientific discovery. Visitors can also stand astride the Prime Meridian, which passes through the site.
Attraction - Borough Market
London's oldest wholesale fruit and vegetable market, with a history dating back to the 12th century. Located on Southwark Street and Borough High Street, Borough Market features a range of traders selling speciality foods to the general public.
Attraction - Westminster Abbey
The traditional site for the coronation and burial of British monarchs, Westminster Abbey is a predominantly Gothic-style abbey church that has hosted its fair amount of royal weddings and funerals, as well as housing the remains of prominent figures in British history.
Attraction - ZSL London Zoo
The world's oldest scientific zoo, the London Zoo houses a collection of 673 species of animals, with a total of 19,289 individual mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and insects, including a number of rare and endangered species.
Attraction - Buckingham Palace
The Royal Family's official London Residence since the reign of Queen Victoria, Buckingham Palace contains 775 rooms and the largest private garden in the city. Visitors can view 19 of the state rooms.
Attraction - The View from the Shard
Popular tourist attraction at the top of London's iconic Shard building featuring two viewing platforms for panoramic views of the city.
Attraction - Sea Life London Aquarium
SEA LIFE London Aquarium is part of the SEA LIFE aquarium attraction chain, which features 'themed' journeys through marine ecosystems. Highlights include the underwater tunnel Shark Walk, a Pacific Ocean tank and other different zones representing various different marine habitats.
Attraction - Camden Market
Open seven days a week, Camden Market began life as a small arts and crafts fair in the backyard of famed live music venue Dingwalls. Today, Camden Market is the largest market of its kind in London, selling a variety of bric-a-brac, fashion, art and more to close to 28 million visitors a year.
Attraction - The Palace of Westminster
The Palace of Westminster is the official meeting place for the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two legislative bodies of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Located along the banks of the River Thames, one of the palace's most famous features is the Elizabeth Tower, also known as 'Big Ben'.