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Kensington Gardens

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Spend a day walking around the gardens of Kensington Palace

Kensington Gardens is one of London’s eight Royal Parks and is home to the stunning Kensington Palace, the Serpentine Gallery and picturesque Italian gardens. Top tip: If you are visiting with children, don’t forget to check out the two playgrounds and the Peter Pan statue. Fun fact: The gardens cover 275 acres and was originally…

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Battersea Park

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Take a stroll through this Grade II listed historic park

Battersea Park is located on the south bank of the River Thames and is home to outdoor sports facilities, a boating lake and a small children’s zoo. Top tip: Experience London from the tree tops at the Go Ape centre in the heart of Battersea Park. Fun fact: The first Football match played under Football…

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Tate Britain

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Experience the history of British art

Tate Britain holds the largest collection of British art in the world from 1500 to the present day and is the oldest gallery in the Tate network. The gallery was formerly known as the National Gallery of British Art and houses work from the likes of John Constable, William Blake and J.M.W. Turner. Top tip:…

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Hyde Park

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Enjoy a walk around one of the biggest city parks in the world

Located in the centre of London, Hyde Park is London’s largest park and is one of four Royal Parks throughout the city. The park is home to beautiful memorials, an oriental flower garden, a large lake and an array of events throughout the year. Top tip: Visit around Christmas and visit Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland…

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V&A Museum

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Immerse yourself at the world’s greatest museum of art and design

The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s largest museum of art and design. The museum has a collection of over 4.5 million objects and artefacts from European, North American, Asian and African cultures. Top tip: To avoid crowding, make the most of the museum’s late night opening on a Friday. Fun fact: The V&A…

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The British Museum

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Take a walk through six million years of history

The British Museum is home to some of the world’s most famous historic artefacts including Rosetta Stone, Parthenon Sculptures and Egyptian mummies. The museum’s collection spans over two million years of history and is visited over six million times a year. Top tip: Look on The British Museum website ahead of your visit and try…

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Buckingham Palace

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You can’t take a trip to the capital without visiting the Queen.

Buckingham Palace was built in 1825 by John Nash. This has been a royal residence since 1837. You can visit 18 of the Buckingham Palace’s 775 rooms including the grand halls used for state occasions. Tickets for Buckingham Palace can be booked through the hotel reception, at any London Tourist Information Office or at the…

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Changing of the Guard

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See one of the oldest and most famous royal ceremonies in London

The Changing of the Guard ceremony takes place every day at 11.30am and lasts 45 minutes. The ceremony takes place when the Queen’s Guard, accompanied by a military band, marches via Birdcage Walk to Buckingham Palace and changes inside the Palace gates. Top tip: Hundreds of people gather to watch the Changing of the Guard…

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Big Ben

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This famous clock tower is one of the most recognisable landmarks of London.

The Houses of Parliament’s Elizabeth Tower, which is commonly called Big Ben, is one of London’s most iconic landmarks. Big Ben is the nickname given to the massive bell inside the clock tower, which weighs more than 13 tons. The clock tower looks spectacular at night when the four clock faces are illuminated. Top tip: Visit Big Ben…

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Houses of parliament

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Visit the building where laws are made, you can attend debates and committees.

The Georgian House Hotel is a great place to stay if you are planning to visit the Houses of Parliament. This famous area of London is located in Westminster and is easy to reach walking (20 minutes on foot), by bus or underground. The UK Houses of Parliament is one of the oldest representative assemblies…

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