4 mentions in What are the top 5 sights I can't miss in London?
Scott M. said, "...Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. Along with the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, it is an amazing experience. A temple to tennis. The British Museum is especially close to my heart because I remember growing up being fascinated with many of the items, and..." See More
Jacey & Scott M. said, "... The British Museum because even if you aren't a museum person (like me), they have such a HUGE variety of stuff-like the freizes from the Acropolis and the Rosetta Stone, that it keeps you entertained and in awe. I'm a sucker for the..." See More
Courtney R. said, "...I totally second the The British Museum. It's one of the most amazing places I've ever been in my life--the rooms dedicated to the Enlightenment and displays upstairs of "hoards" of found treasure are just unbelievable. If I had to choose something..." See More
Laura W. said, "...The The British Museum of course, Notting Hill, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, a walk along the Thames from the London Eye to the Tower Bridge, Soho, and all the little squares and semi-private gardens all around the city...." See More
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Kit G. said, "...I highly recommend the The British Museum and the Tower Of London. Both are fun and educational. The tour at the Tower of London was really fun. Save the British Museum for a rainy day, you and easily spend 4 hours there, and..." See More
Andrew P. said, "...views from Parliament Hill of the cityscape below are beautiful. Try the eccentric but charming Hampstead Guesthouse for some rooms. The The British Museum is free and chock full of stunning exhibits as is the Natural History Museum (although this has a fee)...." See More
Maria O. said, "...a useful site: www.tfl.gov.uk There's something for everybody in the city - all the popular attractions: Tower Of London, National Gallery, The British Museum, Tate Modern, London Eye, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Oxford St, Regent St, and Bond St, for shopping. Or..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...are the Victoria & Albert Museum for decorative arts, the Museum of London and most people like to stop by the The British Museum You might have a look at Buckingham Palace which opens just in the summer for visitors and also Houses..." See More
Valerie S. said, "...will have an entry fee, but the majority of the museum is free). My two favorites are the Tate Modern and The British Museum (the latter of which plays host to the Rosetta Stone. If you're a bit alternative, check out the Hunterian..." See More
Ken S. said, "...Jamie's Italian in several London locations. The food is amazing plus an enjoyable ambience. Also spend at least one day at The British Museum. If you are into the outdoors, spend a day of picnic at Hyde Park..." See More
Valerie S. said, "...to see St. Paul's by evening light. Day 2 Start off slow, you'll still be wiped, but hopefully not too much!Visit The British Museum and have lunch in Holborn or Russell Square -- maybe try a pub lunch at The Lady Ottoline!Do the..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...Victoria & Albert Museum which is largely decorative arts but many men may prefer not to go to that particular museum. The British Museum is considered a must see by many people. Agree with the suggestion to go to Regency Cafe, it's one..." See More
nako n. said, "...Go Soho for all the nice restaurants. For sightseeing, go for the The British Museum. It is amazing. Tower Of London is nice as well. After you finish there, cross the bridge and walk along the thames river. Very nice experience...." See More
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colleen n. said, "...Trafalgar Square , London Bridge , Westminster Abbey , House Of Parliament , Tower Of London , Olympic Park , etc. The British Museum& others are free to enter. I have been inside all of these and can honestly say that the..." See More
Dan W. said, "...As Colleen and Nathanel have mentioned, most all of the best museums are free - National Gallery, The British Museum, etc. Enjoy the cultural things there (as London has A LOT of them)...." See More
Courtney R. said, "...live but it's also a working museum that always has something interesting going on. I'm also a huge fan of the The British Museum which is arguably one of the most interesting museums on the planet. The Rosetta Stone is housed there as..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...Of London, Portobello Market, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Harrods on all of the visits, Camden Market, Westminster Abbey and The British Museum on two of the visits. I've also taken different ones of them to The Windsor Castle (highly recommend as..." See More
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Edward R. said, "...a few ideas in other posts that I have commented on so check them out. But, walk along the Thames, visit The British Museum, Science Museum , Natural History Museum, Museum of London Docklands, visit Greenwich (picnic near the observatory for a..." See More
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Sean K. said, "...There are many familiar pieces there, as well as other works of note. If ancient History appeals to you, don't miss The British Museum. It's collection is unsurpassed. The British Library is fascinating, with a copy of the Magna Carta, collections of..." See More
Kristi D. said, "...exhibit at the Natural History Museum that is quite good, the Victoria & Albert Museum usually has something fashion related, the The British Museum usually has something as well...." See More
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Edward S. said, "...haven't been here before. There is just so much to do! Pick one or two of the many museums of London. The British Museum is amazing but depending on your interests you might enjoy Tate Modern, Natural History Museum, Tower Of London or..." See More
Emily N. said, "...a few days, so don't knock yourselves out trying to. Just try to hit one museum (my vote is for either The British Museum or Tate Modern), one government/royal thing (Buckingham Palace or House of Parliament), one historical site (Churchill War Rooms or..." See More
Lynda H. said, "...I agree with Camden Market for the scene and Borough Market for the food and the usual places like The British Museum and other places others have mentioned. You might also be interested in going to the Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb..." See More
Sean K. said, "...poured pints). As far as sightseeing is concerned, I'm sure you know most of the places. I've been to, and enjoyed, The British Museum, the National Gallery, Westminster Abbey, Saint Paul's Cathedral, St Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, ect. However, these..." See More
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Emily M. said, "...fill four days and not see it all! Some of the highlights include Tower Of London, Natural History Museum, Buckingham Palace, The British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, London Eye, The London Dungeon, Madame Tussauds London, Harrods, Shakespeare's Globe, Saint Paul's Cathedral..." See More
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Alex J. said, "...pay homage to the natural world. I especially like the friendly animals that substitute the typical gargoyles :) Tate Modern or The British Museum For a modern interpretation, visit either/or. The Tate is an excellent example of Industrial British architecture exterior (it was..." See More
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