London, currently the most popular capital of England and also the largest city in the UK, is an incredibly vibrant, modern, and cosmopolitan city with a rich history going back as far as Roman times. In its centre lie the imposing impressive Houses of parliament, the world famous Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey, a place of royal coronations of British monarchs. Across the river, the London Eye observatory offers panoramic views of both the Southbank cultural centre, and the city of London.
With its varied population and diverse heritage, London offers a diverse range of places to visit. Some of the major places to visit include Hyde Park Corner. Hyde Park Corner is the site where the statue of William III was destroyed by his enemies, who then erected a new statue to replace him. Here you will find the William Pitt statue which stands on Hyde Park Corner, which is situated just outside the Houses of Parliament.
Hyde Park is another popular tourist attraction in London and is known for its lively nightlife. Its famous Hyde Park Corner is the location where William IV, was shot by a rival at his horse race, where he was assassinated shortly afterwards. This location is also home to many of London’s other famous landmarks such as the Millennium Bridge, which is the tallest bridge in Europe. This landmark is home to many historical buildings, including those belonging to William III, including the Tower of London. The Hyde Park Corner is also one of the best places to experience the night life in London.
The Victoria and Albert Museum are another popular place to visit in London and is an excellent source of information about the rich history of this great city. Here you can find beautiful paintings and displays by famous artists such as Monet, Leonardo da Vinci, Sir Peter Paul Rubens, Vincent Van Gogh, and many more. This museum contains a large collection of royal artefacts from the likes of Queen Victoria and King Albert.
The Theatreland Park, situated at Knightsbridge Street is a well-known London tourist attraction and is the first area of the city to be redeveloped and made available to visitors. The area is a world-famous indoor showplace where the famous London Philharmonic plays. This area was once used to be the home of The Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey circus.
One of the best known of the popular London attractions is the British Museum, situated in the Science Museum. It is home to one of the oldest collections of natural history in Europe, including such specimens as fossilized dinosaur eggs. as well as a selection of ancient Roman artifacts. The Science Museum also hosts exhibitions and programmes on all areas of science, such as particle physics, astronomy and space.
The London Aquarium is another popular tourist attraction that welcomes thousands of visitors every year. It is home to numerous fish species and several types of sharks. It houses a wide collection of marine life from different parts of the globe, which are displayed alongside the world-famous Great White Shark. It is also home to a large collection of different exotic reptiles and fish species, such as the stingray. It houses many exhibits for children, including a large aquarium where they can see and interact with fish.
There are many more popular London attractions to visit and explore, which includes such sights and attractions as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Hyde Park Corner, Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey. You may even be interested in visiting the Tower of London, St Paul’s Cathedral, and the Tower of London, just to name a few.