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The Serpentine Gallery

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Serpentine Gallery Kensington Gardens, London W2 3XA

If you enjoy modern and contemporary art, then make sure to take time go see the Serpentine Gallery in located in Kensington Gardens in Hyde Park. The Gallery is in a converted tea pavilion. It is one of London's most loved Galleries. Read more

The Albert Memorial

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Kensington Gardens, London England

The Albert Memorial designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, was commissioned by Queen Victoria in honor of her husband, Prince Albert after her death. The love story between Queen Victoria and Prince Albert is one of the most well known Read more

The National Army Museum

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National Army Museum Royal Hospital Road Chelsea London SW3 4HT

The National Army Museum in London's Chelsea neighborhood is a wonderful place to visit while in London. This Museum focuses on the British Army, The British Indian ARmy and the British Colonial Army. The Museum shares the long and distinguished Read more

London’s Chinatown

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Gerrard Street London Engalnd

Many ethnicities call London home, making parts of London their own. Chinatown located, in Soho is a really fun experience for any traveler to London. It is a fun and safe area to explore. We make sure to walk through ever time Read more

London Film Museum Covent Garden

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London Film Museum Covent Garden 45 Wellington Street London WC2E 7BN

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 Read more

Coram’s Fields

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93 guilford st, london wc1n 1dn

London is a great place to bring children for vacation. The city is very child friendly, almost all attractions will accommodate even the smallest travelers. As nice as this is, after a while children need to get out and run out some Read more

Platform 9 3/4 and the Harry Potter Store – King’s Cross Station

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King's Cross Station London

King's Cross is most famous with Harry Potter fans as the location where a certain boy wizard catches his train to Hogwarts. In honor or this, there's a bit of a shrine at King's Cross that features a luggage cart Read more

Marble Arch

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March Arch, Hyde Park

Marble Arch is a white Carrara marble (with some marble pieces extracted near Seravezza) monument that now stands on a large traffic island at the junction of Oxford Street, Park Lane, and Edgware Road, almost directly opposite Speakers' Corner in Read more

Selfridges Department Store

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Selfridges & Co 400 Oxford Street London W1A 1AB

The iconic Department store founded by the American Harry Gordon Selfridge is a must stop if you're shopping in Oxford Street. Explore the pioneer of department store shopping and check out the latest London fashions. It’s shopping, but not as you Read more

Leicester Square

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Leicester Square

Located down the street from Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery, Leicester Square is London's center of entertainment. There you'll find ample movie theaters, play theaters, restaurants, clubs and casinos. There's plenty to see and do and one of our favorite things Read more

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.