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Places to Visit in London

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London Hotels and Theatres

London Helicopter Tours

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Museums List of museums in London with addresses and Tel. No
Apsley House 149 Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner, London W1
Tel: 020 7499 5676
London Visions
Bank of England Museum Bartholomew Lane, London EC2
Tel: 020 7601 5545
Barbican Centre Silk Street, London EC2
Tel: 020 7638 8891 (if you wish to return with the back button double click fast)
BBC Experience Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London W1
Tel: 0870 6030304 (will open in a new window)
Big Ben The Houses of Parliament, Parliament Square London SW1
Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum The Clove Building, Marguire Street, London SE1
Tel 020 7378 0222
Britain at War Experience Closed
British Library 96 Euston Road, London NW1
Tel: 020 7412 7332
British Museum Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG
Tel: 020 7636 1555
The Brunel Museum Brunel Museum
Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe, London SE16 4LF
Telephone: 020 7231 3840 (answer phone out of hours)
Buckingham Palace Constitution Hill, London SW1
Tel: 020 7930 4832
Cabinet War Rooms Clive's Steps, King Charles Street, London SW1
Tel: 020 7930 6961
London Canal Museum The Museum is beside Battlebridge Basin, on the Regent's Canal.
Near Kings Cross & St Pancras Stations
Chelsea Physic Garden 66 Royal Hospital Road, London SW3
Tel: 020 7352 5646
Commonwealth Institute 230 Kensington High St. London W8
Tel: 020 7603 4535
Courtauld Galleries Somerset House, The Strand, London WC1
Tel: 020 7848 2526
Cutty Sark and Gypsy Moth King William Walk, Greenwich, London SE10
Tel: 020 8858 3445
Dickens' House 48 Doughty Street, London WC1
Tel: 020 7405 2127
Charles Dickens (1812-1870)
His only surviving London home
Dr Johnson's House 17 Gough Square, Fleet Street, London EC4
Tel: 020 7353 3745
Dr Samuel Johnson published the first English Dictionary in 1755
The Museum in Docklands The Museum in Docklands unlocks the history of London’s river, port and people in a 19th-century warehouse at West India Quay. Originally used to house imports of exotic spices, rum and cotton, it now holds a wealth of objects from whale bones to WWII gas masks. The nine state-of-the-art galleries include ‘Mudlarks’, an interactive educational area for children and ‘Sailortown’ an atmospheric re-creation of the streets and alleyways of riverside Wapping as they would have appeared in the early nineteenth century.
F.A. Premier League Hall of Fame Riverside Building, The County Hall, London SE1
Tel: 020 7928 1800
Royal Festival Hall

Royal Festival Hall & Hayward Gallery Belvedere Road London SE1 8XX

Main Switchboard Tel: 020 7921 0600
Fax: 020 7928 0063
Florence Nightingale Museum St Thomas's Hospital,2 Lambeth Road, London SE1
Tel: 020 7620 0374
Geffrye Museum
English domestic interiors from 1600 to the present

Kingsland Road, London E2
Tel: 020 7739 8543
Hayward Gallery Belverdere Road, London SE1 8XX
Tel: 020 7921 0600 or 020 7261 0127
HMS Belfast Morgan's Lane, Tooley Street, London SE1
Tel: 020 7940 6300
Houses of Parliament Parliament Square, London, SW1
Tel: 020 7253 9494
Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) Nash House, The Mall, London SW1
Tel: 020 7930 3647
Imperial War Museum Lambeth Road SE1
Tel: 020 7416 5000
The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum
4 Shakespeare Road, London
N3 1XE
Tel: 020 8371 7373
Fax: 020 8371 7374
Kew Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardensn
Kew, Richmond, Surrey

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Tel: 020 8332 5655 (24 hr)
Fax: 020 8332 5197
Kensington Palace Kensington Gardens, London W5
Tel: 020 7376 2858
The London Aquarium Riverside Building, The County Hall, London SE1
Tel: 020 7967 8000
London Brass Rubbing Centre The Crypt, St Martins in the Field Church, Trafalgar Sq. London WC2
Tel: 020 7930 9306
The opportunity to create your own brass rubbings
London Dungeon 28-34 Tooley Street, London SE1
Tel: 0891 600066
Infamous for its depiction of medieval torture and execution
London Eye Jubilee Gardens The largest observation wheel in the world. 135m 450ft high
London Transport Museum Covent Garden Piazza, London WC2
Tel: 020 7379 6344 (will open in a new window)
London Zoo Regents Park, London NW1
Tel: 020 7722 3333
Madame Tussaud's and
The London Planetarium
Marylebone Road London NW1
Tel: 020 7935 6861
(Monument to the fire of London of 1666)
Monument Street, London EC2 Good view from the top if you climb the 311 steps
Museum of Garden History Lambeth Palace Road, London, SE1
Tel: 020 7261 1891
Museum of London London Wall, London EC2
Tel: 020 7600 3699
National Army Museum Royal Hospital Road, London SW3
Tel: 020 7730 0717
National Gallery Trafalgar Square, London WC2
Tel: 020 7839 3321
National Maritime Museum Greenwich Park, London, SE10
Tel: 020 8312 6565
Natural History Museum Cromwell Road, London SW7
Tel: 020 7938 9123 (will open in a new window)

Old Royal Observatory & Queens House Greenwich Park, London SE10
Tel: 020 8312 6565
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre Regent's Park, Inner Circle NW1
Tel: 020 7486 2431
Museum of Brands and Packaging 2 Colville Mews,
Lonsdale Road, Notting Hill, London, W11 2AR.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7908 0880
Royal Academy of Arts

Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD
Tel: 020 7300 8000
Fax: 020 7300 8001
Royal Air Force Museum Grahame Park Way, Hendon, London NW9
Tel: 020 8205 2266 (will open in a new window)
Royal Albert Hall Kensington Gore, London SW7
Tel: 020 7589 8212
Science Museum Exhibition Road, London SW7
Tel: 020 7938 8000 (will open in a new window)
Shakespeare's Globe New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1
Tel: 020 7902 1500
Sherlock Holmes Memorabilia 230 Baker Street, London NW1
Tel: 020 7486 1426
Shop for Sherlock Holmes Memorabilia
also a period set to view
St Martins-in-the-Fields Church Trafalgar Square, London WC2
Tel: 020 7930 1862
Free lunch time concerts in the church built in 1722
Serpentine Gallery Kensington Gardens, London W2
Tel: 020 7402 6075
Sherlock-Holmes Museum

221b Baker St., London NW1 6XE
Tel: 01+44+207 935 8866
South Bank Centre South Bank Centre, London SE1
Tel: 020 7921 0600
St James's Palace and Park Pall Mall, London SW1
St Paul's Cathedral Ludgate Hill, London EC4
Tel: 020 7236 4128
Tate Gallery Millbank, London SW1
Tel: 020 7887 8000
Temple Church Inner Temple Lane, London EC4
Thames Barrier Exhibition Centre Union Way, Woolwich, London SE18
Tel: 020 8305 4188 Thames Barrier

Thorpe Park Tel: 0870 444 4466
The Theatre Museum

1Russell Street
Covent Garden London WC2E 7PR
Tel: 020 7943 4700

Tower Bridge Experience Tower Bridge, London SE1
020 7378 1928
Tower of London Tower Hill, London EC3
Tel: 020 7709 0765

The Victoria and Albert Museum Cromwell Road, London SW7
Tel: 020 7938 8500
Wallace Collection Heartford House, Manchester Square, London W1
Tel: 020 7935 0687
Westminster Abbey Westminster, London SW1
Tel: 020 7222 5897

The Millennium BridgeLondon Landmarks

Linking the City of London at St. Paul's Cathedral with the Tate Modern Gallery at Bankside. The Millennium Bridge
Open topped bus tours of London .

Big Bus Tours

The Original Tour

Golden Tours

Boat Trips

The Thames and The Regents Canal


City Cruses 

Thames Cruses 

Jason's Wharf Canal Boat Trips along Regent's Canal

London Attractions Pass Visit London's Top Tourist Attractions FREE
With London Pass which you have to buy for 1, 2, 3 or 6 days.
Open Air Theatre Regents Park Regents Park
The Original London Walks . Guided walks round London
Royal Palaces .

The Tower
Hampton Court
Kensington Palace
The Banqueting House
Kew Palace

Grant Museum of Zoology Gower Street
Rugby Football Union
London Sightseeing Tours UK Sightseeing Tours provides guided sightseeing tours of London as well as tours from London across the UK and to Europe. UK Tours

London Museum Guide There are over 300 to choose from, ranging from the traditional to the hi-tech. Most of the main London museums are free to enter. If you have a London Pass, it will give you free entry to other charging exhibitions, free audio tours and free museum guidebooks.

London Theatre News and Reviews This site publishes news, reviews and interviews for London Theatre – West End and Off West End. They also sell London theatre tickets and say tey are an Associate Member of The Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers.

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