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Once the world's tallest observation wheel, the London Eye has 32 sealed and air-conditioned capsules, each holding up to 25 people. It is located near Waterloo and the River Thames. A full rotation on the Eye takes 30 minutes and gives you a 360° view of London.
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Located just a few short steps from Marble Arch & Oxford St, under the bustling streets of London, lies Frameless, London's biggest immersive art experience, ever. Situated in a 30,000 sq. ft building, Frameless is comprised of four spectacularly unique galleries, as well as an in house Café Bar and a beautifully curated gift shop.
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This venerable institution combines modern celebrity with historical figures, sports legends, silver screen icons and cultural giants. You’ll even find a brand new Meghan Markle, Theresa May and Donald Trump.
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The 95-story Shard was designed by world renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano. This architectural marvel is the tallest building in the European Union, and its distinctive shape has redefined the London skyline. If you visit The View From The Shard, you'll get a breathtaking 360-degree view of London from more than 300 meters above the city.
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Though most famous for the imprisonments and beheadings held there it has, at various times, served as the royal residence, mint, menagerie, armory, observatory and as the holding place for the Crown Jewels - a function it still serves. Legend has it that six ravens must guard the tower at all times, or else the kingdom (as in United Kingdom) will fall. The ravens are still there, and so is this nearly thousand year old complex of stocky stone structures.
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Westminster Abbey is a grand, predominantly Gothic abbey church located in the City of Westminster, London. It is one of the UK's most renowned and recognizable religious buildings as well as the traditional place of coronation and the burial site for British monarchs. The 700-year-old abbey welcomes more than 1.5 million visitors every year.
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Kew Gardens occupy a whopping 121 hectares and have been on UNESCO's World Heritage List since 2003. The abundant flora and fauna will make you forget that you're in the London metropolis! Inside the gardens, you'll find an 18th-century Chinese pagoda, ornamental buildings, speciality plant houses, and a breathtaking treetop walkway that runs through the canopy of a forest glade and consists of a 200-metre walkway 18 metres above the ground. The grounds are also home to Kew Palace, initially bought by George III as a palace for the royal children. Many princes and princesses have been raised here. Later, it was put into use as a summer residence for the British Royals.
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No trip to London is complete without a Thames River cruise. Get the lay of the land on the first day of your trip and sail through Central London to experience a unique view of the London skyline. Different Thames cruises offer both one-way and roundtrip options on a variety of routes with commentary from an experienced skipper, with sights including the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, St Paul's Cathedral, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, HMS Belfast, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, and Tower Bridge. If you fancy capping off your stay in London and want to sum up your favorite sights over a pint with dinner (and more drinks), there's an option for that, too. Looking for more action than a leisurely Thames River cruise? Opt for a speedboat tour for an exciting, one-of-a-kind way to experience the lively city of London. Or, use the Thames River cruise as a main mode of transportation as you hop-on and hop-off all about this classic European city.
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Unlock the secrets of London – take a city tour and make memories
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Built between 1886 and 1894, Tower Bridge is undoubtedly a symbol of London. This combined Victorian-era bascule and suspension bridge crosses the River Thames, connecting two central London boroughs. Due to the iconic visual status of Tower Bridge, it is often confused with London Bridge, which is situated some 0.5 miles upstream.
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St Paul’s Cathedral is a London landmark and an important place of prayer and worship. Visitors can explore inside, from the underground crypt to the galleries offering views over the Big Smoke. It's located between several London Underground stops, but St Paul’s Station is just a 2-min walk.
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Founded in 1828, London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo and is today involved in progressive conservation programs to protect African elephants, black rhinos and many other species. At the zoo you’ll find a whole plethora of animals – over 750 species – and one very special family of silverback gorillas, led by Kumbuka and his mate Mjukuu.
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Buckingham Palace is the reigning monarch's administrative headquarters and certain parts, such as the Queen's Gallery, are open to the public. This royal residence is located in Westminster and is easily reached by bus, train, car, or private jet (if you're the king).
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Inside of BBC Earth Experience
Delve into the extraordinary diversity of our seven continents
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Looking to discover some of England's history? Sprawling Windsor Castle has 1000 years behind it as a royal residence and visitors can explore the Royal Collection of artwork, the opulent State Rooms, St George's Chapel and more. It's located in the English county of Berkshire and is easy to reach by car or by train from London Waterloo or London Paddington.
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Ever heard of Woodhenge or Clayhenge? Of course you haven't! That's because, of all the henges in the world, Stonehenge is the undisputed champion. Full of mysteries - both mystical and architectural - a visit to Stonehenge is guaranteed to leave you marveling at the fortitude, ingenuity and resourcefulness of the ancients.
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Let London's top landmarks come to you by taking your seat on one of the many hop-on hop-off tours in London. Not only will you get easy, fuss-free travel around the city, but lots of the London hop-on hop-off bus tours come with audio guides, so you can hop on to some history at the same time! See the Big Smoke's most famous places, including the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and many more. You can also go from land to water with some of these hop-on hop-off tour tickets. See the city from a new point of view by including a cruise on the Thames. Or, add some new heights to your London adventure and get a hop-on hop-off ticket that includes a return trip on the Emirates Air Line cable car. Complete the experience by choosing a tour that incorporates a walking tour. You'll get the inside scoop on the city from a local, and what could be better than that?
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