I think most people know by know that Big Ben actually refers to the bell inside of the tower. Big Ben and the Houses of Parliement are great London icons and really shouldn't be missed.
Go to the Parliament (close to the Big Ben) lo listen to polititians. You will be addressed upstairs and said to be quiet. You will attend live polititians discussions!
Take a minute to photograph this beautiful gothic structure which houses Big Ben, the world famous bell. Also visit Wetminster Abbey while you're here.
Big Ben is the name of the large clock that strike every quarter of an hour. The time is always exactly right!
There was a really long queue to get in, and I didn't feel like waiting. If you fancy seeing the interior of the building get there early!
This large clock is one of London's most famous landmarks. I'm not entirely sure if you're allowed to enter it, but at least have your picture taken in front of it!
The Parliament and the Big Ben on the background and
river Thames in the foreground..........Its a great place to walk around. Make sure you carry your Umbrella
The Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament: probably the most famous place in London.
I highly recommend going into the strangers gallery or visitors gallery and watching for a while, if that kind of thing doesn't bore you too too much. I found it to be extremely interesting.
Big Ben is the clock tower on the houses of parliament (i think?) All you really do is look at it and take a picture, but hey, you gotta do it.
BIG BEN. Want to know what time is it? Just look at the Big Ben, one of the most famuos tower clock in the world.
many people around the world can set their clocks to Big Ben through BBC radio and TV plus the Internet.
Built in 1858/9 the bell was named after one Sir Benjamin Hall and when it was cast it was Britain’s heaviest bell.