A trip to London isn’t complete without visiting the modern Coca -cola London eye, down to the historic Tower of London. Most of the landmarks in London are free to visit, but some are available with discounted entry or special offers if you are using a London pass.
London has plenty of kid-friendly places, beautiful Sea Life Aquarium and the Science Museum. Both the aquarium and the museum are great places for having fun with your family. You could also absorb some culture from the London museums, visit the Queen at Buckingham Palace, etc. the below mentioned are some of the other top attraction in London which are mostly visited by people:
1. British Museum
The British Museum is home to many of man’s inventions right from the prehistoric time to the modern era from all around the world. Some of the main highlights of the museum are the Rosetta stone, the mummies in the Ancient Egypt collection as well as the Parthenon Sculptures.
2. National Gallery
The national gallery is the crown jewel of the Trafalgar Square housing Western European paintings ranging from the 13th to the 19th centuries with works from masters such as da Vinci, Constable, Renoir and Stubbs, etc.
3. Natural History Museum
The Natural history museum boasts a collection the world’s biggest, tallest and rarest animals. They also have the permanently fantastic dinosaur exhibition, and they also have a life-sized blue whale, a 40 mil yea old spider and a huge as well as beautiful Central Hall.
4. Southbank Centre
The Southbank Centre is a one of a kind metropolitan arts Centre with a vast spread out area extending across along acres of creative space and home to some extraordinary historical halls such as the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Hayward Gallery
5. Coca- Cola London Eye
The coca- cola London eye is a major landmark of London’s skyline. It boasts some of the amazing views that it offers from its 32 capsules. Each capsule weighs about 10 tonnes and can hold up to 25 people. It’s an unforgettable experience encapsulating more than 55 of London’s most famous areas in just 30 minutes.
6. Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria and Albert Museum has in them 3000 years’ worth of world’s fascinating artefacts. It’s a store of old treasures such as furniture, paintings, sculptures, metal works and so on.
7. Science Museum
The science museum lets you see, touch and experience all the major scientific advances over the last 300 years. The museum makes you think of questions from the future of space travel to the hard question like “Who am I?”. The science museum also has an impressive Imax cinema for entertainment.
8. Somerset House
The Somerset House is London’s Courtauld Gallery with old masters, impressionists and post-impressionists paintings. The embankment galleries have a programme which covers exhibitions related to art, design, fashion and photography.
9. Tower of London
The Tower of London is one of the world’s famous buildings. You can take a tour around it with one of the Yeoman Warders and discover its 900-year-old history. You could also roam around in royal palace, prison and place of execution, etc. You can gaze up at the white tower, tiptoe through a king’s bedchamber and get fascinated at the Crown Jewels.