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Westminster Attractions


Places to go and things to do in Westminster

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has been home to Kings and Queens since 1837. The palace is a venue for State Visits, Banquets and Royal ceremonies. Annual Garden parties were introduced by Queen Victoria in 1868. ..more


List of Westminster Attractions

London Eye

London Eye

The London Eye, opened in 2000, is visited by 3.5 million every year. Visitors come to see the amazing views - 40km in all directions from the top of this incredible feat of engineering and design. ..more

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London Zoo

London Zoo is set in 36 acres and has over 700 species of animal from cute Meerkats to huge sumatran Tigers. From feeding fun to animal encounters, a full day of fun will be had by all at London Zoo. ..more

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

With nearly 400 figures on show Madame Tussauds has been open in Marylebone since 1884. Each figure takes around four months to make! 500 million people have visited this top ten London Attraction. ..more

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Tate Modern

Tate Modern was constructed from a disused power station in central London. It represents modern and contemporary art from all the major movements including Surrealism, Pop Art and Minimal Art. ..more

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria & Albert, founded in 1852, is the world's largest museum of arts and design. From ancient times to modern times, the V&A exhibits over 4 million objects arranged in 145 galleries. ..more

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Big Ben

Over 150yrs old, Big Ben is the largest four-faced chiming clock in the world. The main bell weighs over 13 tons, it was cracked from the heavy hammer in 1859 which is why it has an odd twang today! ..more

Westminster Cathedral

Westminster Cathedral

Westminster Cathedral opened in 1903 and is the largest Catholic Church in England and Wales. Despite it's short history, the cathedral has a well respected choir with international performances. ..more

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Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens has 275 acres of beautiful trees and flower beds encompassing Kensington Palace, Albert Memorial, Peter Pan Stature and the Serpentine Gallery. ..more

British Museum

British Museum

Established in 1753, the British Museum is a history of humanity and culture. With over 6 million objects it documents the culture of the continents from ancient history to the present. Free Admission ..more

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Science Museum

Founded in 1857 the Science Museum contains hundreds of interactive exhibits. It is a top London attraction with items from Stephenson's Rocket to the first Jet Engine! Free Admission. ..more

Shakespeare's Globe

Shakespeare's Globe

Shakespeare's Globe is a reconstruction of an Elizabethan playhouse from 1599. It has a thrust stage that projects into a large circular yard surrounded by three tiers of steeply raked seating. ..more

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The Old Vic

One of London's best known theatres, the Old Vic has a rich history of great performances. British actors Lawrence Olivier, Peter O'Toole, Judi Dench have all tread their boards. A great night out! ..more

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum has five main life and earth science collections: Botany, Palaeontology, Entomology, Mineralogy and Zoology. With free entry, a 'must see' are the famous Dinosaur skeletons. ..more

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London Aquarium

Near the London Eye is the London Sea Life Aquarium. It holds London's largest collection of aquatic species, 500 in 14 themed zones. Featuring interactive feeding, diving displays and touch pools. ..more

National Gallery

National Gallery

At the National Gallery you can see over 2,300 masterpieces for free. With pictures from Rembrandt to van Gogh, there's something for everyone. Live concerts at the Gallery every week. ..more

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Leicester Square Odeon Cinema

The Odeon in Leicester Square is situated in the heart of the West End and is surrounded by bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs. It has the largest single screen cinema in the UK! ..more

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

Opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 the Royal Albert Hall is famous for holding the annual summer Proms concerts. Each year it hosts more than 350 performances from rock to ballet, classical to opera! ..more

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St Paul's Cathedral

St. Paul's Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the 17th Century and is one of the tallest buildings in London. The iconic dome offers inspiring views as you view from the floor below. ..more

Camden Lock Market

Camden Lock Market

A popular London visitor attraction, Camden Lock Market consists of stalls selling a wide range of produce from crafts to bric-a-brac. Find a mix of designer/producers and vintage one-offs. ..more
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