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Things To Do and See In London

Things To Do and See In London

London, the administrative and cultural capital of the United Kingdom, is considered as one of the best tourist destinations in the world. It has over 2,000 tourist attractions. With so many places to see and so many things to do, a visitor in London will have to select from a vast number of choices. London(…)

Published On: Thursday, December 26th, 2013
Shopping in London

Shopping in London

As far as shopping is concerned, London shopping markets ranks along with Paris and New York; it is a heaven for the shopper. Shopping in london is all inclusive; you will find everything that you need. There is no dearth of shopping malls, shopping complexes and shops in London selling a wide range of goods(…)

Published On: Thursday, August 29th, 2013
Tate Modern, London

Tate Modern, London

Tate Modern Gallery, London is UK’s national gallery of contemporary art. Located in London, the  Tate Modern Art Gallery is one among the chain of four Tate galleries in the U.K. The Tate collection consists of some of the finest collections of British art dating back from 1500 to today’s modern era. Virtual Treasure Trove(…)

Published On: Friday, July 12th, 2013
Explore World History at the British Museum in London

Explore World History at the British Museum in London

The British Museum was established way back in the year 1753 and today it boasts of one of the finest collections of human history and culture. Whether it is the Sloane Astrolabe or the gilded bronze figure of Tara, the British Museum has all these and much more. You can explore the myths of the(…)

Published On: Monday, July 8th, 2013
Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum is Britain’s national museum of applied arts and design. The goal of this prestigious museum is to enable the young and old alike to explore the fascinating world of designs. The museum has huge repository of collections some of which are over 3000 years and most of the artifacts come(…)

Published On: Saturday, July 6th, 2013
Natural History Museum of London

Natural History Museum of London

The Natural History Museum located at Exhibition Road, Kensington is a virtual treasure trove of life and earth science collections. This astonishing museum is home to a staggering 70 million species. The collections may be categorized into five wings – Paleontology, Mineralogy, Zoology, Botany and Entomology. An exclusive Wildlife Garden is also there inside the(…)

Published On: Friday, July 5th, 2013
Imperial War Museum

Imperial War Museum

The Imperial War Museum located in Lambeth, London was established in the year 1917 in memory of those soldiers who laid down their lives in the First World War. The museum is a storehouse of war memorabilia, arms and weapons, war photographs, rare war art collections and even armored vehicles. There is an exclusive exhibition(…)

Published On: Thursday, July 4th, 2013
National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum located in Green, which beside the Greenwich Park is UK’s most renowned maritime museum. The museum is home to a bewildering array of maritime artifacts which includes navigational equipment, charts and maps, coins and medals, flags, ship models, timekeeping, uniforms and weapons. The museum premises also houses the Queen’s House, which(…)

Published On: Saturday, June 29th, 2013
Trocadero, London

Trocadero, London

London is a city of numerous tourist attractions. From modern technological wonders like the London Eye to the historic London Bridge, London has places to attract tourists of all kinds. The Trocadero, London is one such popular tourist spot which is flooded with tourists all round the year. The Trocadero is an entertainment complex in(…)

Published On: Thursday, June 27th, 2013
London’s Chinatown

London’s Chinatown

Chinese presence is everywhere. Just like there is a Chinatown in Manhattan and a Chinatown in Singapore, London too has it own exclusive Chinatown located in the Gerard Street area. Leicester place and Leicester Street both head north into Chinatown. It may be tiny in comparison to other cities, but then it is not really(…)

Published On: Wednesday, June 26th, 2013