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About London

All About Historical London

London is a home to over 9 million people and is the largest city in Europe with amazing historical places in London. Multicultural and diverse, the historical London city has developed a unique culture that blends with traditional English lifestyle. Royal family tradition, imperial past reflected in city’s architecture and diverse community makes historical London city one of the most interesting examples of modern culture.

Boasting a selection of famous museums with world famous collections, London is a home to historic British Museum, National Gallery, Royal Opera house, Buckingham Palace and other extraordinary sites.

The History Of London

10 Downing Street

A venue where the government of United Kingdom makes its policies & takes decisions about the country’s administration. It is also the official residence of British Prime Minister.

British Museum

Most wide compilations of very old Egyptian art, Greek & Roman antiques & ancient treasures are protected in one of the finest London museums. A must to visit place for a history lover.

Eltham Palace

Eltham Palace has a widespread history and is almost certainly well recognized for being the residence to the boy Henry VIII and later on to the well known Courtauld family.

House of Parliament

The highest legislative body of the British government meet in the Palace of Westminster, which also houses the Big Ben, famous bell clock tower, perhaps most photographed site.

National Gallery

Rich collection of Western European paintings from 13th century to 1900 belonging to the British citizens. The historical Gallery in London greets more than 5 million visitors every year.

Science Museum

Find something incredible that will leave you absolutely stunned. Science Museum offers an array of science objects and the IMAX 3D Cinema to look at the wonders of natural world.

Tower Bridge

A magnificent structure of London stands pompously over the River Thames. View the Victorian machinery used to lift bascules to let ships pass below the walkways of the bridge.

Westminster Abbey

Listen to the famed choir performance at the Westminster Abbey, a Gothic Church of great architectural splendor, which is also the coronation and burial site of the great English Royalty.

Banqueting House

Banqueting House, much known for functioning of Charles I is the major highlight and is the only surviving part of the Great Palace of Whitehall in London, UK.

Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s Residence is the administrative head quarter of the monarchy. The historical Palace with its famous facade is popular for ritual Change of Guards during summer.

Hampton court

Set amidst sixty acres of beautiful lush green environment, well-landscaped waterside gardens and plenty of history, it is a wonderful sight to spend a day with your friends and families.

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace in a royal residence in Kensington Gardens in London and has been the residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century.

Royal Opera House

A majestic venue to host every major concert by the classic music stars and an attractive place for fine arts fans. A must place to visit in London for the finest opera and ballet experience.

St.Paul’s Cathedral

Heritage structure, the Cathedral in London has the second largest dome in the world & is a venue where Prince Charles married Lady Diana. It is one of the must to visit sites of London.

Tower of London

Standing soaring near the River Thames, the Tower is a marvelous structure consisting of twenty towers. It also holds a great collection of famous Crown Jewels and Royal Armouries.

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle in London Berkshire is the biggest and oldest engaged