London Travel Guide Top Attractions 2017 Must See & Do

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Top 20 Free Museums in London:

1.British Museum
2.Natural History Museum
3.National Gallery
4.Science Museum
5.Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A)
6.Tate Modern
7.Museum of London
8.Imperial War Museum
9.Horniman Museum and Gardens
10.National Maritime Museum
11.V&A Museum of Childhood
12.Sir John Soane’s Museum
13.Guildhall Art Gallery and Roman Amphitheatre
14.Wallace Collection
15.National Portrait Gallery
16.Tate Britain
17.Geffrye Museum
18.Royal Air Force Museum
19.Wellcome Collection
20.British Library

Top Attractions in London:

British Museum
National Gallery
Tower of London
Victoria and Albert Museum
Big Ben
Churchill War Rooms
Houses of Parliament
St. James's Park
Natural History Museum
Hyde Park

Free things to do with kids in London:

1.Take the singing elevator (JCB Glass lift) in the Royal Festival Hall
2.Meet ferrets, bunnies, alpacas and more at Vauxhall City Farm.
3.See farm animals at Mudchute Farm and Park.
4.Harry Potter fans can push a trolley through to a magical world at the wall marked Platform 9 ¾ at King's Cross.
5.Watch the skateboarders performing death-defying tricks under Southbank Centre.
6.Go mudlarking – the city equivalent of beachcombing – outside Gabriel's Wharf or on the City of London side of the Millennium Bridge, where you can check the surface for old clay smoking pipes and bits of pottery. Check the tide tables in advance.
7.Watch the street entertainers in Covent Garden.
8.Splash about in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park's fountains.
9.See amazing exhibits, including the Apollo 10 command capsule and Stephenson’s Rocket, at the Science Museum.
10.Explore the V&A Museum of Childhood, where you'll find dolls' houses, games and construction toys dating back to the 1600s.

Free London attractions:

1.Watch the Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace.
2.Follow in the footsteps of The Beatles by crossing the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing that's featured on the eponymous album cover.
3.Meet the stone lions at Trafalgar Square.
4.Explore Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park with its gorgeous parklands, waterways and striking venues.
5.Take a selfie in front of the bright lights of Piccadilly Circus.
6.Listen to the famous chimes of Big Ben.
7.Watch the gate-closing ritual, the Ceremony of the Keys, at the Tower of London.

Great London walks:

1.Take a stroll along the picture-pretty South Bank.
2.Follow the towpath through tranquil Little Venice to discover a slew of waterfront cafes and pubs.
3.Walk across Millennium Bridge from St Paul's Cathedral to Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe.
4.Stroll through the lush riverside village of Richmond; start at the White Cross pub and continue past the rural idyll of Petersham Meadows, until you reach Ham House.
5.Take a shady walk among the 35,000 monuments of Brompton Cemetery, including one of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst.

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