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  • 51. Docklands

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Visitors of the St. Katharine Docks like to watch the Locking In of yachts between the river Thames and the present marina. The lock operates from 2 hrs before High Water till 11/2 hours after HW. The...

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  • 52. National Portrait Gallery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The National Portrait Gallery is a great stop if you're visiting Trafalgar Square, and definitely a nice gallery in London! My favorite art pieces are those of the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist...

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  • 53. Royal and Ceremonial London

    Admiralty Arch is a landmark building which incorporates an archway providing road and pedestrian access between The Mall, which extends to the South-West, and Trafalgar Square to the North-East. As...

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  • 54. National Maritime Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    Within an hour or two you will be able to uncover highlights such as the bloodstained (and surprisingly small) coat that Admiral Nelson was wearing when he died at the Battle of Trafalgar, exhibits on...

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  • 55. Bloomsbury

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Many tourists in London travel to the Bloomsbury area to see the Egyptian mummies at the British Museum, but few realise that only a few blocks away, lurks a homegrown - and rather less successful -...

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  • 56. Chelsea

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I had seen a photo of this church and the statue of Sir Thomas More in a travel book and went to Chelsea to look for it. It is the church of Sir Thomas More (1478-1535). He lived in Chelsea from ca...

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  • 57. Aquarium

    The London Aqaurium is a great Place to go to get away from the hussle and bussle of London. Its especially good if you have children. There is lots of things to see and some talks on various animals....

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  • 58. Clink Prison Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Clink Museum combines history and the macabre in equal measure. It is is on the site of the original Clink Prison ("possibly the oldest mens prison and probably the oldest womens prison in...

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  • 59. Transportation

    TUBE TALES - DEATH OF A SMOKER So want to light up down here? Think again silly boy! Or sill girl! What is the penalty? DEATH Not just death. DECAPITATION Now those of you who have met me know...

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  • 60. East End

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Open House London, which runs from 21 - 22 September, is a unique opportunity to explore and learn more about architecture and design in London. More than 800 buildings will open their doors across...

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  • 61. Harrod's

    After visting the museums in Kensington I always visit Harrods. It is only a 10 minutes' walk or so from the museums. Harrod is by far the world's most famous department store and the biggest store...

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  • 62. Hampstead

    5 out of 5 stars

    (work in progress) There aren't too many places in London that you can swim in the open air, and the few open air swimming pools that still exist tend to be nestled in parts of suburbia not usually...

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  • 63. Musical London

    The Musical "We will rock you" is a mix between humour and the freedom to rock out! From begin until to end you are caught in a word of music, dance and love. Its better than each Movie and highly...

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  • 64. Tate Britain

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tate Britain exists since 1897 under the name of Tate Gallery and displays in 35 rooms a complete collection of British art from 1500 to present day, with painters as important for the UK as...

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  • 65. Theatres

    Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap has been playing in the West End for 62 years to date and is the longest running stage show ever. It attracts thousands of tourists and theatre goers yearly and is in...

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  • 66. Cemeteries

    At the beginning of the 19th century, spacious park-like cemeteries were established at the fringes of European cities, for hygienic reasons, due to lack of space and in the course of more dignified...

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  • 67. Millenium Bridge

    The first bridge to be built across the River Thames in over a century, the Millennium Bridge, connecting the City and St Paul's on the north bank and the Tate Modern on the south, became some what of...

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  • 68. Museums - General

    I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to this rather unorthodox museum and highly recommend a visit if interested in the subject matter. While it is not without its controversy the museum is not in the...

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  • 69. Cabinet War Rooms

    The Churchill Museum is one of five branches of the Imperial War Museum which comprises of the War Cabinet rooms where the Government had their underground command centre during WWII. Work began under...

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  • 70. Sherlock Holmes Museum

    Now this was a fun museum to visit! I had visited London so many times until I finally visited the Sherlock Holmes Museum. I had thought of it rather as a tourist attraction, but it isn´t, it is just...

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  • 71. Windsor Castle

    The Queens next best castle, or perhaps even the best, is actually Windsor and very very recommended - excellent art gallery and Queen Marys doll house is amazing. Only 45 mins or so by train from...

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  • 72. Big Ben

    Most people think that Big Ben refers to the clock face or even the tower but in actual fact it refers to the name given to the Great Bell which was installed in 1859 in the tower which is actually...

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  • 73. Apsley House

    Apsley House - the Wellington Collection - often referred to as Number One, London is the former home of Arthur Wellesley (1769–1852) who was the first Duke of Wellington. He is best known for...

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  • 74. Parks

    I spontaneously visited Thames Barrier Park on a recent trip to London (June 2014). A riverside park, opened in 2001, which looks out to the Thames Barrier. What I loved about the park is The Green...

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  • 75. Green Park

    After visiting Wellington Arch, I returned to the West End via Constitution Hill and Green Park. I enjoyed wandering through the peaceful park with is trees and grassland in a natural landscape...

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  • HackneyBird's Profile Photo
    Apr 25, 2014 at 11:08 PM

    There is a St George's Festival being held at the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens today starting at midday. Attractions include archery and falconry displays, a fire-breathing dragon, a medieval knights battle, Morris dancers, and Punch and Judy show. For more information go to www.vauxhalltrust.co.uk

  • toonsarah's Profile Photo
    Jan 5, 2014 at 9:29 AM

    This may be of interest to anyone planning a visit to London in 2014 - a list of ten forthcoming art exhibitions:
    londonist.com/2013/12/10-art...

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