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Top 10 sights in London

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Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter

The tour of the Warner Bros. Studios gives you a unique look behind the scenes. As part of the tour, you will receive backdrops, costumes and props from the Harry Potter-Film series to see. You will experience the art, technology and talent from Great Britain that have produced world-famous films in these studios. Learn more

Hop on Hop off bus tour

See the iconic London landmarks on a bus tour that lets you hop on and hop off at will. Buy a 24- or 48-hour bus ticket and enjoy unlimited travel options throughout London during that time.

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London Eye

The bespoke cinematic extension of the London Eye, which already offers unsurpassed views of London, has added another magical and fun way to experience our capital, making a trip to the UK's most popular paid visitor attraction an even more rewarding experience. Learn more

Tower of London

Explore the Tower of London, one of the most famous buildings in the world. Learn about its 900-year history as a royal palace, prison, execution site, weapons store, jewel depository, and zoo! Look up at the White Tower, wander through the bedchamber of a medieval king and marvel at the crown jewels. Learn more

Madame Tussauds London

At Madame Tussauds London get up close and personal with some of the most famous people. Get to know historical figures and athletes, actors, musicians and politicians from contemporary history. Have your picture taken with Usain Bolt, kiss Brad Pitt or hold an audience with the Queen. Learn more

The view from the shard

Don't miss the view of London from the Shard. The Shard on London Bridge is the tallest building in Western Europe at 310 meters. You can go to the open floors 68, 69 and 72 high for a fantastic view of the city. Learn more

Westminster Abbey

Kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers; Poets, clergy, heroes and villains - the Abbey is a kaleidoscope of British history and a must for every visitor. Every year Westminster Abbey welcomes over a million visitors to the wonderful 700 year old Coronation Church of England, and thousands more attend daily services.

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Chelsea FC Stadium Tours

The Chelsea FC stadium tour is an interesting and informative experience for sports fans of all ages and from around the world. The tour provides a unique glimpse into the heart of Stamford Bridge, where you can tour world-class locker rooms, play manager on the bench, step through the players tunnel and enjoy the view from the best seats in the stadium. Learn more

Wembley Stadium Tour

Take the unforgettable Wembley Stadium tour. Take a look behind the scenes and tour the changing rooms of the England national team. Follow in the footsteps of legendary players, step through the player tunnel onto the sacred lawn and finally stand proudly with the trophy in front of the Royal Box. Learn more

Tower Bridge Exhibition

At the Tower Bridge exhibition you will learn how the most famous bridge in the world works and the historical background of its construction. Take in the fantastic views from the walkways 45 meters above the Thames and tour the old Victorian machines.

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Top 10 Free Attractions

British Museum

The world famous British Museum exhibits exhibits from all over the world, ranging from prehistoric times to modern times. Highlights include the Rosette Stone, the Parthenon sculptures, and the ancient Egyptian mummies. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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National Gallery

London National Gallery on Trafalgar Square is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and important picture galleries in the world with Western European works from the 13th to the 19th century. The collection includes works by great artists such as Van Gogh, da Vinci, Botticelli, Renoir, Titian and Stubbs. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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Tate Modern

Tate Modern, Great Britain's National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, is in a grandiose location on the banks of the Thames. The building is a former oil power station, hence its unusual shape. There are exhibitions by famous artists - from Damien Hirst to Gauguin. From the restaurant you have an impressive view of London. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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Natural History Museum Free

In addition to the permanent dinosaur exhibition, that's waiting for you Natural History Museum with a collection of the largest and rarest animals in the world. Marvel at a life-size blue whale, a 40-million-year-old spider, and the impressive main hall of this museum.Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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Southbank Center

The Southbank Center is a world famous arts center on the south bank of the Thames that hosts a variety of cultural events. Experience music, dance, art, performance and spoken word. Here you will find the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Hayward Gallery.

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Somerset House

Somerset House home to London's Courtauld and Embankment Galleries. In addition to the world-famous works of old masters, impressionists and post-impressionist paintings in the Courtauld Gallery, the Embankment Galleries present changing exhibition programs related to art, design, fashion and photography. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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Science Museum

From the future of space travel to the unanswerable question "Who am I?" Science Museum always out for thought. Here you can see, touch and understand some of the great scientific advances of the past 300 years. Don't miss the impressive Imax cinema either. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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Victoria and Albert Museum

The V & A celebrates 3,000 years of art and design with fantastic works of art from all over the world. The museum is a real treasure chest, and you never know what you'll discover next: furniture, paintings, sculptures, metalwork and textiles, and much more. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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National Portrait Gallery Free

The National Portrait Gallery Trafalgar Square is home to the largest collection of portraits in the world, from Tudor times to the present day, from Shakespeare to queens and kings to the icons of our day. It also has a photography collection and one of the best rooftop restaurants in London. Ticket required for special exhibitions.

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