We would not waste your time to suggesting you general attractions to visit in London in 2017. We have something totally different to tell you. Specially is you are visiting London for the very first time then you must not miss out our list of Top 10 London Attractions to visit in 2018 summer and winter. Below are must-see top 10 London attractions we recommend:
London Eye: The world’s highest observation wheel, London Eye is 135 metres high and has 32 capsules where you can see up to 40 kilometres in all directions from each capsule. It is a breath-taking experience way of viewing the city as it allows for a full 360-degree panorama.
The Houses of Parliament with Big Ben: The place where laws governing British life are debated and enacted, The Houses of Parliament is a must-see; with tours taking about 75 minutes. It also contains the bell Big Ben that strikes on the quarter hour. A light on the tower tells when the House of Commons is in session.
Trafalgar Square: One of the capital’s most iconic areas, Trafalgar Square has the statue of Admiral Lord Nelson from 167 feet above it. People from all parts of London come together every year on December 31st to celebrate the New Year.
Buckingham Palace: Also popularly called ‘Buck House’, Buckingham Palace is Queen Elizabeth II’s official residence and has also been the Monarch’s official permanent London residence since 1837. It is the largest private house in London, with 660 rooms. Witness the changing of the guard outside the palace that takes place daily throughout the summer months at 11:30am, and every other day for the rest of the year.
Tower of London: The Tower of London was a prison where many prisoners including Sir Walter Ralegh were held. It is also where you can stand on the execution site of three English queens. The Tower also serves as a safe-deposit box for the Crown Jewels.
Madame Tussauds: Madame Tussauds displays over 300 astonishing waxworks of historical and royal figures along with sports stars, film stars and famous murders including the likes of Her Majesty the Queen, the Beckhams, Adolf Hitler, The Beatles and many more.
Victoria and Albert Museum: The V&A, as it is called by the locals, has art and design with 3000 years worth of amazing artefacts from around the world. With its huge collection from furniture to ceramics, sculpture, photography and other varieties there is bound to be something to grab your attention.
British Museum: Located on the Great Russell Square, the British Museum houses more than 7 million objects, including collections from Greek, Egyptian and Roman art, antiques, coins, prints and drawings, etc. Other treasures include the Rosetta Stone, an Easter Island statue, and the earliest known image of Christ.
National Gallery: Located in Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery is filled with Western European paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Work by Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Van Gogh and Monet can be seen here.
Tate Modern: Britain’s national museum of modern and contemporary art, Tate Modern and features international Modern Art organised in four themed groups – “Landscape”, “Still Life”, “The Nude” and “History”. Amazing work by artists such as Bonnard, Picasso, Dalí, Bourgeois and Cézanne can be seen here.