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"London Bike Tour - East
"London is a city of stunning contrasts. Her rich past is well preserved while her modern face shows how architecture trade and culture have evolved in their own unique settings. For those trying to discover London on their own or hoping to glimpse her from bus or coach many of her secrets will remain a mystery.The London Bike Tour is a much more exciting way of exploring the city. You will be provided with a bike and guide and escorted on a tour though the cycle routes
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Private Tour: London Walking Tour of St Paul's Cathedral
"Christopher Wren built 53 churches following the fire of London in 1666 and 23 remain. Among these we will visit St. Stephen Walbrook and St. Mary Abchurch. The former has a beautifully designed dome which undoubtedly served as a model for St. Paul's. St architecture history culture) at time of booking to alert our guide so that he or she can better prepare for your private tour.""""The imposing Dome of St. Paul's Cathedral has been a symbol of London not least during the blitz of the second world war when it stood framed by the fires raging in the city. A church has stood on the site since the 7c. and the present building
From EUR100.00
Private Walking Tour City of London
"Meet your guide in central London at your hotel and set off on an entertaining walking tour of the City of London. Catch a double decker bus. Then stroll along cobbled alleyways to reach the Strand and Fleet Street home of Britain’s national newspapers until the 1980s.Continue on to St Paul’s Cathedral London’s highest point for more than 1400 years. Rebuilt after the Great Fire of London St Paul's has hosted many national events including the wedding of Charles Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Stroll through London's oldest district while learning more about catastrophic events like the Great Fire that reshaped the city
From GBP140.00

Museum of London Tips (44)

All about London!

This is quite an interesting Museum, and like many others it has free admission. There is a good and fairly cheap costing guide book for the museum. The museum depicts the story of London and there...
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Dec 31, 2011

All of London's history under one roof!

Anyone with even a passing interest in the history of the city they are visiting should put this museum high on their “to do” list! It was one of my favourites as a child, and it has grown and...
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Dec 23, 2011

Museum of London Docklands

The Museum is situated near Canary Wharf in South East London. I spent two to two and a half hours looking around and learning about London Docklands' history from the Roman Settlement to the...
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Oct 10, 2011

Museum of London

If you want an easy way to get a survey of the history of London, this museum provides it. It is organized chronologically and has sections called: London before London, Roman London and Medieval...
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Apr 04, 2011

Museum of London - new modern galleries opened

The Museum of London, tucked away in the city, is rather overshadowed by the British Museum. But unlike its cousin in Bloomsbury, which is called ‘British’ but displays artefacts from all over the...
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Jun 23, 2010

London: Evolution of a World-City

I wouldn't call the Museum of London a "first-tier" attraction - in the category of St. Paul's or the National Gallery or Regent's Park. But any one who is a true fan of London will want to pay a...
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Aug 24, 2009

The Museum of London.

This is the right place to learn something about the history of this city; from the beginning to today.One of the section I enjoyed more here was the one with some Victorian shops (XIX century). Yes,...
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Jul 20, 2008

The Museum of London

"Every Single Day and Every Single NightAs the birds make it BrightWe pass and get downBy the Museum of London"I won't forget that, hehe, that's what the good ol' lady on the side was singing,...
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Dec 23, 2007

Museum of London

I went here when I lived in London, long before I was a VT member, so there is no photo, but this is in fact one of my favourite London museums simply because it tells the story of the city itself!...
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Jan 27, 2007


The museum of London traces the history of London from prehistoric times to the 20th century. Not to be missed: Lord Mayor's Coach, a gilt-and-scarlet fairy-tale coach built in 1757, the Great Fire of...
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Dec 07, 2006

Museum of London...

This museum charts the history of London from prehistoric times, and is very well laid out, with various exhibitions through the ages, and with some fascinating artifacts. Even being London born and...
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Jul 29, 2006

Museum of London

The Museum of London focuses on the history fo the city from early settlings through roman, medieval and victorian eras to the modern metropolis which it is today. Some parts (for example roman) are...
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May 26, 2006
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Things to Do Near Museum of London

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St. Bartholemew the Great Church

The church of St Bartholomew-the-Great is the only surviving part of the priory founded by Rahere, an Augustinian of Frankish descent, in 1123. He was formerly the court jester to Henry I, who having...
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The Old Bailey (Central Criminal Court)

The first Old Bailey Session House in regular use was built in 1539 beside Newgate Prison in Newgate Street at a cost of £6,000 and was replaced by a new building in 1774. The name 'Old Bailey' comes...
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Paternoster Square

Between Paternoster Square and St Paul’s Cathedral, behind a fence you will find this water pump inscribed thus: “Erected by St Faith’s Parish 1819” This got me wondering as I was not familiar with...
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Barbican Centre

Since the Barbican Centre is often listed as a venue for concerts and plays (and sometimes even operas), I at least wanted to take a look at it, even though not much was going on when I was there in...
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St. Mary le Bow

St Mary le Bow is a Wren church built after the Great Fire of London and it was completed in 1680. It was badly damaged by bombs in 1941 - in the bombing the bells actualy fell from the bell tower to...
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Guildhall London

In front of the Guildhall, the Art Gallery and the Guildhall Library is the courtyard which a lot of events take place there most of the weeks. As most of the times I cycle through there I get to...
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Getting to Museum of London


150 London Wall., London EC2Y 5HN


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