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Top 10 Attractions in London

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London Tube Map

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London Bus and Walking Map

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London Cycle Lane Map

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  • The British Museum
    The famous museum houses treasures including the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies. Read More

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  • Natural History Museum
    Explore the natural world, including a diplodocus skeleton, prehistoric fossils and taxidermy.

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  • Tate Modern
    This former power station in Bankside, which has recently expanded, houses a modern art collection. The Tate Modern is London’s free national museum of modern and contemporary art. See work by Picasso, Rothko, Dali and Matisse for free and check out the latest big installation in the Turbine Hall.

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  • Victoria and Albert Museum
    Incredible historic artefacts that span more than 3,000 years and include art, sculpture and fashion.

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  • Somerset House
    Somerset House is home to The Courtauld Gallery, with its Old Masters, and the Embankment Galleries.

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  • The National Gallery
    Priceless European art belonging to the nation. See works by Botticelli, da Vinci, van Gogh and more.
  • Southbank Centre
    The arts centre includes the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Hayward Gallery.
  • Coca-Cola London Eye
    Experience the full glory of the capital from the London Eye. On a clear day, you can see for 40km.
  • Science Museum
    Interactive scientific fun for kids of all ages, boasting everything from rockets to steam engines.
  • Tower of London
    The 900-year-old guarded fortress, home to kings and prisoners for centuries, is said to be haunted.