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    Sherlock Holmes Museum
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    Sherlock Holmes Museum

    A visit to the Sherlock Holmes Museum in Baker Street would be a great experience for anyone who has read the amazing books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle or seen one of the many TV show and movies about Sherlock.

    Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
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    Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum

    The Wimbledon tournament has an amazing history and spending an afternoon at the Wimbledon Lawn tennis Museum is a great way to relive some classic memories.

    Science Museum London
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    Science Museum London

    The Science Museum, which was established in 1857, is one of the most celebrated London attractions. Located on South Kensington’s Exhibition Road, the museum plays host to as many as 3.3 million tourists every year

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    National Maritime Museum
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    National Maritime Museum

    A visit to the National Maritime Museum is a must for all those who are fans of stories of human endeavor and exploration. Here, you will get to learn about British heroes like Admiral Horatio Nelson.

    The National Gallery London
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    The National Gallery London

    The National Gallery of London is an Art Gallery museum located in Trafalgar Square and home to more than 2,300 paintings. The biggest highlight of the collection of this gallery is that it includes works of artists from every era between the mid 13th century and the early 1900s.

    The Cutty Sark
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    The Cutty Sark

    The Cutty Sark is a British tea clipper ship that was built in Scotland in 1869 and her maiden voyage was in 1870 from London to Shanghai.

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    The Royal Observatory, Greenwich
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    The Royal Observatory, Greenwich

    The Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London is home to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), the Prime Meridian and London’s Planetarium. It is situated to the east of London on a hill in Greenwich Park overlooking the River Thames. Established in the 17th Century the Observatory was used by some of the most important scientists ...

    The Natural History Museum London
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    The Natural History Museum London

    The Natural History Museum is one of the best Museums in London and is home to over 80 million specimens spanning billions of years of Earth evolution. This FREE museum is extremely popular and attract more than 5 million visitors annually.The museum is split into five different types of ...

    HMS Belfast
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    HMS Belfast

    The HMS Belfast is a historic warship that was originally built for Britain's Royal Navy. This iconic vessel who was a survivor of several major battles is now permanently moored as a museum ship on the River Thames in London. The family will love exploring the 9 decks of this mighty vessel  including interactive ...

    Churchill War Rooms
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    Churchill War Rooms

    The Churchill War rooms are an amazing look into British life during World War II with the original underground war rooms and bunker remaining intact under the London streets of Whitehall.In this underground nerve centre, Winston Churchill and his cabinet help to direct British actions during the Second World War. ...

    Tower of London
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    Tower of London

    The Tower of London is a historic castle located on the northern bank of the River Thames on an open space known as tower hill. It was built by William the Conqueror in 1078 and used as a prison until 1952 with the famous Kray Twins among the last of its inmates.

    British Museum
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    British Museum

    The British Museum is located in the London area of Bloomsbury and has a permanent collection of almost 8 million different artifacts. It is one of the largest museums of it kind in the world. A lot of the artifacts on display were collected during the reign of the British Empire making some of the pieces quite ...

    London Transport Museum
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    London Transport Museum

    The London Transport Museum is located in the heart of Covent Garden and showcases the history of the English Capital and the endless link between city and transport that continues in the 21st century.Some of the main highlights of the museum include the world first underground steam train as well as a wooden ...

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