Collecting relevant information about a place we intend to visit is something most people do prior to finalizing their plans.
Planning ahead not only saves a lot of your time but it also helps you decide about the sights and places that you would not want to miss visiting. In this article, you will learn about some of London’s most amazing places for tourists.
The top attractions in London, England; include the National Gallery, the Tower of London and the London Eye. You may have to book tickets or bookings beforehand. This article also covers several free tourist attractions that appeal to the interests of art lovers.
At this wax museum you will get to see some of the most famous faces in the world. The place gives you an opportunity to meet replicas of famous and influential personalities from all around the world.
Obviously, going to visit London, England and missing the above mentioned places would be a loss to your trip! So, plan ahead and make time to pay a visit to each.
It is one of the world’s most famous tourist attractions. This museum is a remarkable demonstration of the development and advances from prehistoric to modern times. The Rosetta stone, Mummies in Ancient Egypt and Parthenon sculptures are just a few examples of its many artifacts. Entry is generally free; however, some exhibitions may only allow entry via tickets.
This is the national museum of Britain, exhibiting contemporary and modern art. It is located near the Thames River. You will notice that this museum has a unique architecture or shape; this is because it was previously a power station. In the museum you will be able to relish art exhibitions focusing on topmost artists such as Gauguin and Damien Hirst.
The National Gallery of London is undoubtedly the most glorious places in England. This library showcases Western-European paintings that range from the time period of the 13th-to-19th century. There are many astounding works of art done by such artists as Da-Vinci, Botticelli, Renoir, Stubbs, Van Gogh, Titian and Constable.
Tower of London
This building is certainly one of the most popular in the whole world; therefore, you would not want to miss a visit there. The place has a legacy of 900 years; it treasures the history of a prison, a place of execution, a jewel house, an arsenal, a royal palace and a zoo.
The Natural History Museum
Everything that you see at the “Natural History Museum” is so life like and fascinating. This museum holds an outstanding collection of the rarest, tallest and biggest animals (like dinosaurs). You will see the Blue Whale (life sized), an old spider (almost 40 million year old) and the astounding Central Hall. Moreover, there is no Entry fee on regular days; however, they do charge on special exhibitions.
The EDF Energy London Eye!
This is simply amazing feature of the London skyline. It is counted among the world’s highest and most remarkable observation wheels. There are 32 capsules, each weighs around 10 tons and has the capacity of holding 25 people. I guarantee that you would never want to miss this breathtaking experience.