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  • 1

    Camden Town

    162 reviews

    I think this is one of my favorite places to visit in London! It is a place so full of things to discover that you can spend a day walking around the various shops and stalls. Keep your eyes out for the West yard in Camden Lock (where they have the most amazing selection of street food, that you can ...

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  • 2

    The British Museum

    223 reviews

    One of the world's great museums and a testament to the saying that the sun never set on the British Empire. This museum has a fantastic collection of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman artifacts, as well as pieces from all over the world. It is free and an absolute must see

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesBudget
  • 3

    Tower Bridge

    452 reviews

    So I actually went under the Tower Bridge when I took the ferry, and I gotta say-- it's pretty cool. The ferry, I mean. You get to see a bunch of different sides of London that you might not have before, it's still considered public transportation, and you can see things like the Tower Bridge from below! Recommended if you ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalBudget
  • 4

    Hyde Park

    151 reviews

    Great place to spend the day especially in spring. Kids will love it, especially little ones. There is something for everyone and it's a huge park to explore so plan on spending a day or just many weekend afternoons.

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  • 5

    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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  • 6

    Natural History Museum

    112 reviews

    The New York Natural History Museum is one of my favorites but the London Natural History Museum topped it hands down! The museum is massive and beautiful! It was separated into several large sections and I wasn't able to get thought everything so I'll have to go back for another visit. It's hard to say what my favorite was but ...

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  • 7

    London Eye

    569 reviews

    Good place to go and can see many tourists from all over the world. An experienc on the London Eye will lift you high enough to see up to 40 kilometers on a clear day and keep you close enough to see the spectacular details of the city unfolding beneath you.

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  • 8

    Tate Modern

    135 reviews

    A huge building with fantastic temporary exhibitions - look online to see what's showing.

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  • 9

    The National Gallery

    133 reviews

    I thoroughly enjoyed walking through the galleries and getting some face time with some of history's greats. It was fun comparing the gowns worn by the various queens with the fantastic reproductions made for historic films. I made a special trip to see Charles Darwin and thank him for his courage and wisdom. Maybe there's someone there you'd like to ...

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  • 10

    River Thames

    128 reviews

    One of my favorite parts of the downtown area. Great places to get some peace from the hustle and bustle of the city. Definitely take one of the river taxis! The boats are very nice, with mini bar/cafe on board, and the ride is beautiful! You don't have to just take one of the tour rides, they now have options ...

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  • 11

    Victoria and Albert Museum

    74 reviews

    The V&A is likely to have a wing dedicated to whatever floats your art and design boat, as well as a brilliant selection of rotating special exhibitions. The building itself is gorgeous, with a courtyard made for contemplating the fabulous-ness of your life and tired-ness of your feet. Like most museums in London, it's also free.

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  • 12

    Big Ben

    390 reviews

    The most popular sight of London is really impressive

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  • 13

    Regent's Park

    67 reviews

    Gorgeous park with excellent landscaping...in the summer check what's on at the Globe.

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  • 14

    London Chinatown

    79 reviews

    London Chinatown is the place of Asian food along the stret. There are Hong Kong, Malysian, Chinsese, Korean and others. The most I like is Hong Kong Roasted duck and Malaysian food. There are Penang food like Char Kuey Tiew, Prawm Mee Soup and Laksa.

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  • 15

    Borough Market

    111 reviews

    I can't say enough good things about this place. I wish I had four stomachs so I could roam the market and eat everything. Twice. Even if you're not hungry, it's such a wonderful atmosphere to just get sucked up in!

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  • 16

    tkts Leicester Square

    10 reviews

    Right in Leicester Square squats the venerable TKTS booth, selling half price same day West End and Sadler's Wells tickets to a grateful public.

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  • 17

    Big Bus Tour

    42 reviews

    We did the Big Bus Tour all around London, as we only had one day to see the sights. It's a great way to really cram everything in, but you don't exactly have a TON of time to see everything in detail. You can pick and choose where you get on and off the bus, and always hop onto another ...

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  • 18

    Portobello Market

    37 reviews

    This is one of my favourite haunts - the stalls are great especially for vintage clothing and jewellery. The market is lined with budget cafes too.

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  • 19

    Hampstead Heath

    36 reviews

    The Heath is one of London's best places to stroll, picnic, swim, and chill out in general. The bathing ponds are an unexpected place to dunk yourself in the rare case of the weather getting hot enough, while panoramic views of London spread out beneath Parliament Hill. You can pop up to Kenwood House for a pint, or even join ...

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  • 20

    Camden Market

    4 reviews

    This was "The Hippie's" favorite part of London. We spent hours roaming through the maze of booths and tunnels, snapping photos of the horse sculptures, and spending a small fortune on antiques.

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