London Tourist Information & Visitor Guide

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The Historic Dockyard

Chatham

most complete dockyard from the Age of Sail
A former Royal Navy dockyard, now a leading maritime heritage site. Exhibits such as a Victorian Naval Sloop, Second World War Destroyer, Cold War Sub. and the Ropery will allow you to discover Chatham’s rich shipbuilding past.

The Tower of London

London EC3

The Tower of London is one of the most popular attractions in London and world famous for its history, castle keep, Yeoman Warders and the Crown Jewels. Take a tour and listen to gruesome tales.
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Houses of Parliament & Big Ben

London SW1

The Houses of Parliament are one of London's most famous landmarks and still officially a royal palace. Visitors can admire the architecture, attend a debate and during the Summer opening, buy tour tickets.

London Eye

London SE1

The London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel. The slow revolution tour takes about 30 minutes with spectacular views of London. Extras include sunset and night rides, guided rides champagne, or a private capsule.
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Hever Castle & Gardens

Hever

Anne Boleyn's childhood home
13th century double moated castle housing Tudor portraits, furniture, tapestries and prayer books signed by Anne Boleyn. It is set in magnificent gardens which include the formal Italian Garden and topiary.

Penshurst Place & Gardens

Penshurst

perfectly preserved example of a fortified manor house
Superb example of preserved Medieval architecture, surrounded by 10 acres of walled Tudor gardens.The historic house is home to a fascinating collections of fine arts. There is also a restaurant, gift shop & play centre.

The British Museum

London WC1

The world famous British Museum houses some 13 million objects and tells the story of human culture from its beginning to the present. The museum was established in 1753 and includes many artefacts.

The National Gallery

London WC2

The National Gallery building has Grade 1 status, and is of architectural importance. It houses one the finest collections of European paintings, including many world famous artists, which make it a popular with tourists.
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