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London Historic Sites Holidays offers a handy travel insight to england with maps, pictures and hotel reviews. Find out which London Historic Sites hotels to stay at, what iconic attractions to see and where to mingle with the locals.
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London's history dates back many hundreds of years and has some of the oldest buildings in the world. The Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, The Royal Albert Hall and Kensington Palace, are just a few. Westminster Abbey, just a short walk from the Thames, was founded in 960 and is steeped in history. Recently, for the marriage of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, and the tragic funeral of his mother, Princess Diana. Not far from Westminster tube station is The Churchill War Rooms, with its secret underground headquarters, where Sir Winston Churchill planned his next moves during the Second World War.


London Historic Sites

If you are brave enough then visit London Dungeons, located under the railway arches of London Bridge, frightfully fun and full of history.Walk the streets of Whitechapel with The Jack the Ripper Tour, visit the murder scenes and hear of the horror inflicted upon Londoners over 100 years ago by this illusive killer. Visit Keats House, home to the famous poet John Keats, filled with historical memorabilia. Lesser known Dr Johnson’s House is well worth a visit, home to Samuel Johnson author of the very first English dictionary in the 17th century. On the south bank of the River Thames in Grenwich, sits the Cutty Sark, the world’s last tea clipper. Recently restored to its former glory, following a fire in 2007London has some glorious government buildings, but none more so than the iconic Houses of Parliament, sitting along the Thames. Built in the 11th Century and is home to both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The Natural History Museum is without doubt, fascinating for both young and old. Here you can marvel at a 47 million year old fossil and rare archaeological objects.

To learn more about London visit the Museum of London that tells the whole story of the city from prehistoric times. Sherlock Holmes Museum, situated, of course, on Baker Street, the world's most famous address, is a step back in time to Victorian London. Whether you are interested in Royalty or the more gory side of history, you will certainly find it in London.London has some glorious government buildings, but none more so than the iconic Houses of Parliament, sitting along the Thames. Built in the 11th Century and is home to both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The Natural History Museum is without doubt, fascinating for both young and old. Here you can marvel at a 47 million year old fossil and rare archaeological objects. To learn more about London visit the Museum of London that tells the whole story of the city from prehistoric times. Sherlock Holmes Museum, situated, of course, on Baker Street, the world's most famous address, is a step back in time to Victorian London.

Whether you are interested in Royalty or the more gory side of history, you will certainly find it in London.London has some glorious government buildings, but none more so than the iconic Houses of Parliament, sitting along the Thames. Built in the 11th Century and is home to both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. The Natural History Museum is without doubt, fascinating for both young and old. Here you can marvel at a 47 million year old fossil and rare archaeological objects. To learn more about London visit the Museum of London that tells the whole story of the city from prehistoric times. Sherlock Holmes Museum, situated, of course, on Baker Street, the world's most famous address, is a step back in time to Victorian London. Whether you are interested in Royalty or the more gory side of history, you will certainly find it in London.


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