Things to do in London

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  • 1

    London Eye

    569 reviews

    Very touristy, but not to be missed! The line is always long but it's worth it. This is the best view of the city and overall a very unique experience.

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  • 2

    Tower Bridge

    452 reviews

    One of London's major constructions - worth a walk across, it is unique and still a remarkable creation. Oozes a London a few centuries old.

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  • 3

    Big Ben

    390 reviews

    One of my favorite parts of London. I couldn't get enough views of this iconic monument. Just wish you could go up inside it.

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  • 4

    Trafalgar Square

    304 reviews

    Lovely square full of street performers and surrounded by gorgeous buildings. Admiral Nelson presides over the huge column opposite the entrance to the National Gallery

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  • 5

    Tower of London

    249 reviews

    There's a sense of spookiness about the Tower of London. After all so many lives have been cut short (or heads cut off to be exact) here. A visit is a must. I really enjoy the beefeater (sorry Yeoman Wardens) docent led walks.

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    The British Museum

    223 reviews

    One of the most amazing museums in the world. Don't expect to get through this massive museum and see everything in one day. With a little bit of everything it will surely amazing all walks of life. Can get VERY crowded with school trips, tourists and locals so be patient because it's worth the visit.

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  • 7

    Piccadilly Circus

    237 reviews

    The Times Square of London! Always super crowded but what an electrifying vibe. If you're travelling alone it can be especially fun to blend in and get lost in the crowd.

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    216 reviews

    Harrods is not just a department store, it is a tourist destination! It is almost always crowded and when there's a sale?! forget about it! They really need to institute crowd control procedures....for every one's safety. Can't get in the way of a great deal of the devoted shopaholic! The store itself is interesting with themed rooms and a stop ...

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  • 9

    Westminster Abbey

    176 reviews

    A must see on any London trip! Check the schedule as there are always free concerts going on. So, if you plan it right you can enjoy some beautiful music while you tour this beautiful building.

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  • 10

    Camden Town

    162 reviews

    Camden town is a bustling and diverse hub. Amazing designers, amazing food and plenty of opportunity to hunt for rare vintage finds.

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  • 11

    Hyde Park

    151 reviews

    Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in west London, and one of the Royal Parks of London, famous for its Speakers' Corner. The park was the site of the Great Exhibition of 1851, for which the Crystal Palace was designed by Joseph Paxton

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  • 12

    The National Gallery

    133 reviews

    Beautiful gallery with a wonderful array of works! Including that of Van Gough! I went in only because I had time to kill, but I was really thankful that I did. It is a thoroughly well organised gallery with very relevant and interesting information to accompany each painting.

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  • 13

    Tate Modern

    135 reviews

    Former Bankside Power Station and now the home to the Tate's Modern Art Collection. Really impressive conversion. Look for the roosting Peregrine Falcons on the chimney late in the summer.

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  • 14

    River Thames

    128 reviews

    The Thames River is one of the defining characteristics of London and is equivalent to the Seine River in Paris. It cuts across the London, so there are many bridges. Thus, you'll have plenty of opportunities to cross the Thames River, including the famous London Bridge, Tower Bridge, and Millennium Bridge.

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  • 15

    Borough Market

    111 reviews

    We always try to find a good local market and stock up on snacks and fruit when we travel. This market had a brilliant selection that helped us to keep our tummies and our budgets happy while in London!

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  • 16

    Natural History Museum

    112 reviews

    Absolutely brilliant! There is so much to see for the whole family. The kids will love the dinosaur section. The architecture of the building is amazing too!

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  • 17

    Covent Garden

    108 reviews

    Covent Garden is a historical market that has been since renovated with shops and restaurants. It's a great place to stroll around, shop, and grab a bite to eat. There are even various street performers daily who are extremely talented and entertaining.

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  • 18

    Oxford Street

    130 reviews

    Same high street shops replicated over and over...incredibly busy all of the time. Most of these shops hap better selection in other communities.

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  • 19

    Madame Tussaud's

    124 reviews

    This is a really nice wax museum that is a fun way to spend some hours with friends, family, or children. The tickets are very affordable, and the location is great.

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  • 20

    Palace of Westminster

    97 reviews

    Westminster can not be missed when visiting London! The seat of government in the UK and a beautiful architectural structure.

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