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Windsor Castle

Windsor CastleNearby City

4.7/51,119 Reviews
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Castle
Historical Architecture
Open from 03/01-10/31,Mon,Thu-Sun,10:00am-5:15pm;Open from 11/01-12/24,Mon,Thu-Sun,10:00am-4:15pm;Open from 12/27-02/28,Mon,Thu-Sun,10:00am-4:15pm;Closed from 03/01-02/28,Tue-Wed;Closed from 12/25-12/26,Mon,Thu-Sun (Local time)
Located on a small hill on the south bank of the Thames and built by William I, Windsor Castle was designed to protect ships and the royal family on the Thames. Windsor Castle is divided into the Upper Ward, Middle Ward and Lower Ward. The Upper Ward comprises rooms such as the 13th-century Queen's Ballroom and the banquet hall where the British Royal Family holds major activities. The Round Tower is in the Middle Ward surrounded by a rose garden, where the royal family's documents and collected photographs are preserved. St. George's Chapel in the Lower Ward is luxurious Gothic architecture and a classic building in Windsor Castle.
The London Eye

The London EyeNearby City

4.6/52,313 Reviews
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Ferris Wheel
Mon - Fri 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Sat - Sun 10:00 AM - 8:30 PM (Local time)
The London Eye is also known as the Millennium Wheel and was built to usher in the new millennium. This giant ferris wheel sits on the South Bank of the River Thames and has become one of the London skyline's landmarks. It is currently the most popular tourist attraction in London, hosting over 3.75 million visitors every year. Sitting in a capsule on the London Eye, visitors enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the city of London spread out below. Once night begins to fall, the area surrounding the Eye transforms into a fantastical dreamscape. Taking a ride in the London Eye at sunset paints an unforgettable picture of the gorgeous city.
The British Museum

The British MuseumNearby City

4.7/52,316 Reviews
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Museum
Open from 1/1-12/31,10:00am-5:30pm (Local time)
The British Museum is one of the three greatest museums in the world. It features a rich collection of rare works. The museum was the first to display the Rosetta Stone in its Egyptian Hall. The stone stele is inscribed with a decree in three different languages, and was the invaluable key to understanding language and culture in ancient Egypt. In addition, there are more than 23,000 Chinese relics housed here, the likes of which are rare even in Beijing’s Forbidden City or the National Palace Museum in Taipei.
Buckingham Palace

Buckingham PalaceNearby City

4.6/51,582 Reviews
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Palace
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Buckingham Palace has been the official residence of the British royal family since the 19th century. Currently, it is the London location in which the Queen spends most of her time. The palace is splendid both inside and outside. Some of the more than 600 rooms in the palace include the Throne Room, White Drawing Room, Ballroom and Picture Gallery. At the gates of Buckingham Palace, the Changing the Guard (or Guard Mounting) ceremony by the Queen's Guard takes place at 11 a.m. most days of the week. It attracts and interests tourists from around the world. Marching with great pomp and precision to military music and shouted orders, the guards—dressed in traditional red coats and bearskin hats—do a drill performance and salute.
Big Ben

Big BenNearby City

4.6/5791 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Big Ben is located to the north of London's Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster atop a 98-meter-tall clock tower. The clock face is brightly illuminated whenever the Houses of Parliament are in session. The giant clock represents England's classic culture. It is a landmark of the City of London and a source of pride for the people of England. Whenever London is used as the setting for a film, you can be absolutely certain to catch a glimpse of Big Ben. Although it is commonly known as Big Ben, the clock tower was renamed Elizabeth Tower in honor of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.
Tower Bridge

Tower BridgeNearby City

4.7/51,358 Reviews
Bridge
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (Local time)
The London Tower Bridge is one of London's iconic landmark structures. It is a bascule and suspension bridge that crosses the mighty Thames. It is also a drawbridge. The two bascules can lift to an angle of 86 degrees to let river traffic to pass. On a visit to the The London Tower Bridge, you can stand with the Thames at your back for an unforgettable photo, or you can slowly stroll along the bridge's high-level pedestrian walkways while gazing out at the scenery on either bank of the river.
Hyde Park

Hyde ParkNearby City

4.6/5668 Reviews
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City Park
Open from 5:00am-10:00pm (Local time)
Hyde Park is one of London's most famous Royal Parks. It is neighbored by Buckingham Palace. Historically, the park was the hunting ground for the King of England. Later on, it became a venue for horse racing and automobile racing. It was opened to the public late in the 16th century. People come here to jog, rent a pedal boat, work out, skateboard, play tennis or walk their dogs. You can stroll about with friends and family and get a glimpse of how British people relax. You can always rent a bicycle to explore the 350-acre park and stop for coffee and a snack at a lakeside cafe.
Harry potter studio(Warner Brother’s Studio)

Harry potter studio(Warner Brother’s Studio)Nearby City

4.4/5165 Reviews
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Exhibition Hall
Film Studio
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is a location Harry Potter fans won’t want to miss. Warner Bros. London Studios have opened the studios and two soundstages to the public, where major filming for the “Harry Potter” movies took place. Visitors can see some of the backdrops, costumes, special effects and props used in the eight “Harry Potter” movies. The triple-decker bus from the films, Mr. Weasley's modified car and the Dursley’s home are all here on display for fans.
Westminster Abbey

Westminster AbbeyNearby City

4.6/5836 Reviews
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Church
Open from 1/1-12/31,Mon-Fri,9:30am-3:30pm;Open from 1/1-12/31,Sat,9:00am-1:30pm;Closed from 1/1-12/31,Sun (Local time)
Westminster Abbey is also called the Collegiate Church of St. Peter at Westminster. Its status as a Church of England “Royal Peculiar” means it is used exclusively by the British royal family. No other church in England is as important and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since 1066, nearly all important royal ceremonies have been held here. It served as the wedding venue for Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton. Furthermore, the royal tombs of England are located here. Apart from members of the royal family, many important historical figures such as Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill and, most recently, Stephen Hawking are also buried here.
The River Thames

The River ThamesNearby City

4.6/5867 Reviews
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River
Open all day (Local time)
The River Thames is famous throughout the world for its history, its culture and its amazing variety of wildlife, archaeology and scenery. Many Londoners believe it to be the City's greatest asset. The thousands of boaters in cruisers up and down the length of the river will attest to the fact that a day on or near the Thames is a great experience.
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