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St. Pancras International Train Station

St. Pancras International Train Station

4.4/5108 Reviews
Historical Architecture
The station is open all day, the station reception is 7:00-23:00 (Local time)
A large railway station in the St Pancras area of ​​London, between the British Library and King's Cross Station, the highlight is the magnificent Victorian Gothic look on the front of the station. The Eurostar train departs from St Pancras Station and passes through the Channel Tunnel on the No. 1 high-speed railway in the south of England, reaching the European continent.
London Zoo

London Zoo

4.5/5178 Reviews
Zoo
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM (Local time)
At the London Zoo in Regent's Park you will find the U.K.'s only population of hummingbirds. You can also expect to see lemurs, wallabies, African wild dog, parrots and polar bears at this park; which once housed specimens of the now extinct quagga and Tasmanian tiger. Over 20 different exhibits and features are at the park. This includes the Gorilla Kingdom and Clore Rainforest Lookout. This is also where you will find the world's first public aquarium. In fact, the word "aquarium" was created here when King George V opened what was previously known as an aquatic vivarium in 1924.
Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

4.5/5207 Reviews
City Park
Open the door every day at 6:00, refer to the official website (Local time)
Kensington Gardens is often thought to be a part of Hyde Park. This technicality comes from a sixteenth century decree that the parks were to be separate in name. The parks hold great significance in British history, as they were the location of multiple important protests and the famed Great Exhibition of 1851, a major turning point during the industrial revolution.
Harrods

Harrods

4.5/5387 Reviews
Monument
Featured Neighbourhood
Sun 11:30 AM - 6:00 PM, Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Local time)
Harrods is a luxury department store located in London. The store has over one million square feel of retail space occupied by over three hundred departments. The company’s motto, All Things for All People, Everywhere, is quite telling.
Madame Tussauds London

Madame Tussauds London

4.3/5307 Reviews
Wax Museum
Generally, it is from 9:00 to 18:00, and the business hours will change slightly with the season. It is recommended to check the time on the official website in advance. (Local time)
Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum has become famous in the Victorian era and was a very popular pavilion at the time. Here you can meet with celebrities such as Kylie Minogue and David Beckham. At present, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum has branches in many countries around the world, but the originator of Madame Tussauds in London still maintains its own unique charm.
Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

4.5/5230 Reviews
Museum
10:00-17:45, extended to 22:00 on Friday, and cleared 15 minutes before closing. It will be closed from December 24th to 26th. (Local time)
An imposing building in Kensington, the "V&A" has a treasure trove of art and design objects. Fashion and furniture along with glasswork and historic musical instruments are all part of the permanent and rotating exhibitions.
Number 10 Downing Street

Number 10 Downing Street

4.1/5258 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
Number 10 Downing Street is the main residence for the prime ministers of Britain. The now popular image of British guards standing guard can be seen at the building's main gate. With over 100 rooms and a garden stretching 0.5 acres, this nearly 300-year-old property is a grand national landmark.
St James's Park

St James's Park

4.5/5271 Reviews
City Park
Sun - Sat 5:00 AM - 12:00 AM (Local time)
At the center of London, is one of the oldest Park in the city, named "St James's Park". Surrounded by three renowned palaces: the Houses of Parliament , formerly known as Westminster, St. James's Palace, and the famous Buckingham Palace, makes it a must-see attraction for all visitors. The Park offers supreme location and view which makes it a place for national celebrations and ceremonial parades. The breath-taking view of a lake, a home to birds of various species models it the top most visited attraction in the city with over 5.5 million tourists every year. It's a relaxing getaway for any tourist to spent some time alone, with family and friends.
King's Cross Station

King's Cross Station

4.5/5159 Reviews
Historical Architecture
City Hall

City Hall

4.4/5117 Reviews
Modern Architecture
City Hall
Monday - Thursday 8:30-18:00, Friday 8:30-17:30. (Local time)
On your next trip to London, visit the City Hall building, which is often compared to a motorcycle helmet, distorted egg or Darth Vader’s helmet. Headquarters of the Greater London Authority comprising the Mayor’s office and Assembly chamber since 2002, the unusual bulbous-shaped, steel and glass structure is intended to promote efficient energy use. From the 1,640-foot spiral walkway ascending the height of the structure, you can view the building interior, which is meant to symbolize transparency in government operations. The public is not permitted on the ramp during the monthly meetings of the Councilors. London’s Living Room, an exhibition and meeting space, sits atop City Hall and offers a viewing deck that is open to the public periodically. Check out tour opportunities during the annual September open-house weekend.
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