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The London Eye

The London Eye is one of our favorite attractions in London. It’s a quick trip as well. The Eye is one of the largest ferris wheels on Earth and the 30 minute journey around gives you a beautiful panoramic aspect […]

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Imperial War Museum

If you’re at all interested in Britain’s War History, which is well documented and very interesting. The Imperial War Museum profiles all of Britain’s war adventures, from the distant past to the modern era. The highlight is the main atrium […]

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The National Gallery

Even if you’re not a fan of art, don’t skip the National Gallery. It’s basically an overview of the entire history of Western Art and they possess many great works by all the historical masters. Don’t miss the Constable’s and […]

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The British Museum

The British Museum is a must visit place on any trip to London. The name is misleading – the museum isn’t just about British History, it’s about global history. During the days of British Empire they plundered the globe for […]

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London Transport Museum

It’s often said that the history of London is the history of it’s public transport system, which is what makes this museum so interesting. Located in Covent Garden, this multimedia experience takes you through the entire history of modern London […]

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London Film Museum Covent Garden

This is the sister museum to the main museum on the South Bank. It opened in 2012 and you could say it’s London’s newest museum. The Covent Garden London Film Museum is free to enter (the other one costs money […]

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Churchill Cabinet War Rooms and Museum

London is justifiably proud and respectful of its wartime heritage and the number one stop to explore World War II and its affects on London is the Cabinet War Room and the Churchill Museum. During the days of WWII, Churchill and his […]

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The London Dungeon

The London Dungeon is a popular London tourist attraction, which recreates various gory and macabre historical events in a grimly comedic ‘gallows humour’ style, attempting to make them appealing to younger audiences. It uses a mixture of live actors, special […]

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Covent Garden

Covent Garden isn’t just a single attraction – it’s several attractions rolled into one giant area of fun in the West End. It’s one of the most popular tourist attractions in London and you will face large crowds. But it’s […]

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Tate Modern Gallery

While I’m not the biggest fan of Modern Art, the Tate Modern Gallery is a fun diversion on the South Bank of the Thames. Located directly across the river from St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tate Modern is located in a […]

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About this Site

This website is run by Jonathan & Jackie from and is our guide to the Top 100 Tourist Attractions in the UK. We've based this interactive guidebook on 10 years of travel experience in London. We endeavor to make sure that all in the information here is up to date. If something is amiss, please let us know.