A selection of famous landmarks in London, complete with videos. > Famous London landmarks
Globe Theatre London’s Globe Theatre is a perfect reconstruction of Shakespeare’s Elizabethan playhouse.
Bank of England The Bank of England oversees the UK’s money markets, and prints and issues currency.
A guide to the best family days out, and upcoming events for children. > Kid’s attractions in London
Hamleys Hamleys toy shop in Regent Street is reportedly one of the largest toy stores in the world.
Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum covers everything from long-dead dinosaurs to erupting volcanoes.
Our guide to the best art galleries and museum exhibitions in London. > Art galleries and museums
Tate Modern The Tate Modern has everything from Warhol, Picasso and Dalí to modern day contemporary art.
Queen’s Gallery The Queen’s Gallery near Buckingham Palace houses the Royal Family’s art collection.
A list of the most popular music venues and West End theatres in London. > Music and theatre venues
Queen’s Theatre The Queen’s Theatre can be found down Shaftesbury Avenue, in the heart of London’s West End.
Cadogan Hall Cadogan Hall near Sloane Square is one of London’s best venues for classical music.
Visit one of London’s historic churches, cathedrals or Royal palaces. > Palaces, churches, cathedrals
St. Dunstan-in-the-West St. Dunstan’s is famous for the Giant’s clock, which bangs the bell every fifteen minutes.
Clarence House Clarence House was built in the early 19th-century for the Duke of Clarence – later King William IV.
A guide to the most famous monuments and statues around London. > Monuments, statues in London
Marble Arch Marble Arch was originally part of Buckingham Palace, before being moved to Hyde Park Corner.
Monument The Monument remembers the deaths and damage caused by the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Learn all about London’s most famous streets and public squares. > Famous streets in London
Fleet Street Fleet Street – home of the High Court, demon barber Sweeney Todd and the national press.
Piccadilly Piccadilly is famous for the Ritz Hotel, Fortnum & Mason’s and the Royal Academy of Arts.
Go shopping in one of London’s street markets or department stores. > Shops and markets in London
Burlington Arcade Burlington Arcade is famous for the Beadles in top-hat and tails, who ban everyone from whistling.
Liberty Liberty, just off Oxford Circus, is one of London’s oldest and most famous department stores.
A guide to the most beautiful parks, gardens and cemeteries in London. > Parks, gardens, cemeteries
Battersea Park Battersea Park has a children’s zoo and Peace Pagoda, with a twenty-foot tall golden Buddha.
Regent’s Park Regent’s Park is home to a zoo and London’s loveliest river-trip. Take a canal boat to Little Venice.
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