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Things to do in London!    Leave a comment


London is considered to be a hub for all the business and entertainment activities. There are many places in London which are worth seeing.

MANOR HOUSE:  The East bury Manor House which is situated in London Borough of Barking. It is a historical building where the gun powder plot was first conceived in 18th century and probably it was the first brick built building in the area at that time.

THE BATTLE OF BARNETT:  The battle of Barnet is located at the London Borough of Barnet. Again it is a very historical place where the war of roses which is one of the most significant battles was fought.

THE RED HOUSE:  Another wonderful place to visit in London is Red House which is internationally known and located in Bexleyheath. It was designed for William Morris who was the founder of Arts by his friend Philip Webb.

THE NEASDEN TEMPLE:  BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, which is also known as Neasden Temple, situated in North West London. It is a popularly known Hindu traditional temple where they worship, learn and do the community service.

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London Calling…


Whenever you visit London, it seems you’re visiting for the first time because the great city always has something new to offer.

There are so many amusing theatres in London Victoria where you can entertain yourself. To name a few are Billy Eliot and Wicked situated near the London Victoria Station are very famous among tourists and locals. The feedback is great attracting many new visitors to the theatres every week!

London is also known for its worldly renowned museums. Most of these museums have free entry hence introducing you to a treasure of knowledge. British museum is one of its kind. It’s famous for the enormous number of historic sculptures and ancient collections. Natural History Museum is also considered to be one of the best museums in London. It is full of fascinating sculptures and skeletons. The displays are unique. Children love visiting this place and learn so much while having fun. Science Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum are also well-known. As mentioned, there is no entry free for all the museums mentioned above accept for the special exhibitions.

Madame Tussauds comes in the top five famous attractions of London. Picture yourself with the stars! Not the real celebrities though, but their wax statues, the arty pieces which almost look real. Take back memories which can be cherished all your life. Not very far from it is the London Eye. You’ll get to see London from a bird’s eye view. It is absolutely mesmerising and breath-taking. Go and see it for yourself and you’ll agree!

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