Attractions in London

British Museum: The world's most famous British museum exhibits human works from prehistoric times to modern times from all over the world. Highlights include Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures, and Mummies in Ancient Egypt. Admission is free, but special exhibits require tickets. Tate Modern: Terrific seating on the banks of the Thames is the Tate Modern, the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Britain. Its unique shape is due to its already being a power plant. Inside you will find temporary exhibits by top artists from Damien Hirst to Gauguin. The restaurant's restaurants offer great views throughout the city. Admission is free. National Museum: The pride of the Trafalgar Square, the National Museum of London is a vast area, full of Western European paintings from the 13th to the 19th century. In this creative art exhibition you can find master works such as Van Gogh, Da Vinci, Botticelli, Constable, Renoir, Titian and Stubbs. Admission is free. Museum of Natural History: as well as permanent (and permanently magnificent!) The Dinosaur Gallery and Museum of Natural History houses a collection of the largest, longest and rarest animals in the world. See the blue whale of life size, spider 40 million years, the central hall is beautiful. Admission is free, but special exhibits require tickets. London Eye: The EDF Energy Eye of London is a major feature of the London skyline. It is the highest wheel control in the world, with 32 capsules, each weighing 10 tons, holding up to 25 people. Climb aboard for a breathtaking experience, with unforgettable views from more than 55 of London's most famous landmarks - all in just 30 minutes! Science Museum: From the future of travel to space To ask this difficult question, "Who am I?", The Science Museum makes your mind perform the Olympic mental gymnastics standard. You see, touch and experience the great scientific progress of the past 300 years, do not forget the awesome IMAX cinema. Admission is free but some exhibits require tickets. The Victoria and Albert Museum: The V & A celebrates art and design with 3,000 years worth of amazing antiques from around the world. A real treasure of goodies, you never know what you will discover the following: furniture, paintings, sculpture, metal, textiles, the list goes on and on ... Admission is free, but special exhibits require tickets. Madame Tussauds Museum: At the Madame Tussauds Museum, you have to come face-to-face with some of the world's most famous faces. From Shakespeare to Yedi Gaga will meet influential personalities of the Chopis, sports and politics and even kings. Hit a pause with Usain Bolt, kiss Brad Pitt or receive a once-in-a-lifetime audience with Her Majesty the Queen. Royal Museums Greenwich: Visit the World's Largest Maritime Museum, the Queen's Historical House, and the Royal Greenwich Observatory: all now part of the Royal Greenwich Museum. Stand at the crossroads of the meridian, touch the meteorite, and see the stars in the planetarium. Some are free to enter and apply some tower fees London: Take a tour with one of the peasant jailers around the Tower of London, one of the most famous buildings in the world. Discover its 900-year history as a royal palace, prison and place of execution, Arsenal, Jewel House and Zoo! A look reached the white tower, tiptoe through the medieval king's bedroom and marvel at the crown jewels.

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