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Wander the royal gardens bought by George III for his heirs – see pagodas, greenhouses, and more!
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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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From $31.58
Witness 1,000 years of British history and gaze upon the Crown Jewels inside the Tower of London
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Get a 360° view of London, including Westminster Abbey and Big Ben in a comfortable cabin!
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Rub shoulders with waxy renditions of your favorite celebrities in London
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Sail through London's heart, capturing its iconic landmarks from the water
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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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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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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter is a permanent exhibit offering an authentic behind-the-scenes glimpse of the film sets, costumes, and props used to create the Harry Potter movies. It is situated inside Warner Bros. Studios in Leavesden, near Watford. Since opening to the public in 2012, it has welcomed up to 6,000 visitors a day during peak times.
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See over 750 species from all over the globe in the oldest scientific zoo
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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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From $29.81
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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See more of London's top sights from the comfort of a hop-on hop-off bus tour
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Welcome to London! Jump into the bustling culture of London with an array of city card options. Combine admission fees to dozens of attractions to save time and money – the Tower of London, Kew Gardens, Kensington Palace, and Westminster Abbey are beckoning to be explored, often with skip-the-line entry. With extra perks like free audio guides and included transport through the city or on the Thames, you can discover London from the inside out with a city card.
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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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At Queen Victoria's behest, the State Rooms of Kensington Palace were opened to the public in 1899, on her 80th birthday. Since then it's been both a private residence for the royal family and a public museum. In fact, it's where Prince William lives with the Duchess of Cambridge and their three kids. Though you won't bump into them in the hallway, a visit here is still a fascinating window into the lives of royals past and present.
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