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Abbey Rd, London NW6 4DN, UK
Fan of the Beatles? Head towards Abbey Road right away. Abbey Road is a historic street in London that takes you back to the tumultuous era of the 60s. ‘Abbey Road’ was a successful rock album and also the bestselling one. When you visit the street do not forget to take a picture.
Also visit the Beatles café on the road here. Although it may not sound all that exciting, the photograph will sure turn out to be a lovely memory.
If you’re a fan of the Beatles then the historic street in London named Abbey Road will take you back in the 1960s.The Beatles Cafe will surely help you in relieving the melodious times. A happening place to be in, you don’t require Abbey Road tickets as the price is free of charge. But in order to know about the cultural significance, you can book the Abbey Road tour tickets, well in advance. There are several Abbey Road tours which will help you in getting detailed visit of the attraction.
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London, WC2H 7JYN, UK
It is a pedestrian only square in the heart of London’s West End. Leicester Square is the entertainment hub of London and one of the most popular tourist areas with bustling entertainment and nightlife into the wee hours of the morning.
London’s famous Odeon cinema theatre with a seating capacity of over 1600 people and one of the largest screens is located here and and is known to have held the premiers for some of the most famous movies. Several Hollywood stars have walked the red carpet here. The London Film Festival is also held here annually. The Empire theatre, Odeon West End and Vue West End are also located here.
The Hippodrome Casino, Casino at the Empire and G Casino are also located at the Square along with several trendy nightclubs, bars and over 30 restaurants. Several festivals and public events are held at Leicester square annually. You will also find street performers and artists along the area. Tickets for popular West End shows are sold at the TKTS booth here.
The famous M&M World and Ripley’s Believe It or Not are a great place to visit with kids.
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Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 06:00 pm
The Royal Academy of Arts of London is Britain’s oldest art institution which was inaugurated in 1768. The academy hosts spectacular exhibitions that pulls a lot of crowd each year. You could explore the multifaceted talents of Jean-Étienne Liotard here. The pictures that decorated the walls are artistic and exquisite. If art and design fall in your zone of interest, you would thoroughly enjoy your visit here. The academy is an ideal place to visit with family and friends.
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Hornsey Rd, London N7 7AJ, United Kingdom
09:30 am - 05:00 pm
Emirates is a massive stadium that serves as a paradise for footballers and football fans. Emirates hosts Arsenal FC games and hence is a recommended visit for arsenal fans. The stadium has plenty of pubs surrounding it and the restaurants and cafes at the venue serve delicious bites. The seating arrangement here is comfortable and offers clear views.
The stadium also features the Arsenal museum. The stadium and the museum make for a pleasant day if visited when in London.
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Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
This is one of the largest arts center across the globe. The center lies on the south bank of the river Thames and is home to a range of cafes, restaurants, markets and shops. The Poetry Library, Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room, and the Royal Festival Hall belong to the center as well. The center hosts cultural events, various performances and a lot more relevant to art. Over a thousand musicians and artists carry out spectacular performances here each year. The center pulls an audience of about 20 million for the same.
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42 Francis St, London SW1P 1QW, United Kingdom
07:00 am - 07:00 pm
Westminster Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral is one of the busiest churches in London. The church is rarely calm and quiet. The holy shrine features magnificent pieces of religious art, a high altar, mosaics, and is also rich with history. The architecture of the church is of Byzantine style as the cathedral belongs to the early 18th century. The sacred shrine is also the mother-church of England & Wales. There are seven mases said in the church every day.
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16 Horner Square, Spitalfields, London E1 6EW, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Also referred to simply as Spitalfields Market, it is over 350 years old. It is a covered indoor market and one can find great deals here on everything from vintage fashion to modern designers, antiques, household goods and interesting knick-knacks. The market is steeped in history and harks back to the days of independent traders and handmade, home-grown goods. There also several quaint pubs, tea and coffee shops and restaurants located in and around the market premises. There are varying specialty markets every day of the week.
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Ariel Way, White City, London W12 7GF, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Enjoy an extravagant shopping experience at the Westfield London mall where you are bound to go gaga over the brands, variety, and trendy stuff up for sale. The mall offers hand-free shopping along with an array of other services. The shops at the mall feature top notch designers. The massive mall is enough to eat an entire day of its visitors. You’d be so carried away that you wouldn’t even realize that it’s closing time. The restaurants here are impeccable and the food served is finger licking. Westfield London is an ideal way and place to shop classy and look trendy.
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400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB, United Kingdom
09:30 am - 10:00 pm
This famous London landmark is the second largest department store in London after Harrods. It is one of the world’s finest stores and a major shopping destination and tourist attraction of Oxford Street. It was voted the world’s best department store in 2010 and 2012. Opened in 1909, the store is over a hundred years old and has gradually expanded over time. It has 6 levels selling everything from high-end fashion to fine china. Selfridges has 27 window displays along Oxford Street, which have become a hallmark for the brand and attract hundreds of tourists to window shop. Selfridges today is a major retail chain, however its London store is world-renowned and the flagship of the brand. Shop, eat or just browse, Selfridges is a must visit!
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44 Narrow St, London E14 8DP, United Kingdom
12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
A venture by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, The Narrow is located at Limehouse on the banks of the river Thames. With stunning views of the water, delicious food and an extensive list of wines, ales and spirits, it is one of the best restaurants in London.
The atmosphere and dress code is smart-casual and relaxed. There is both indoor and outdoor seating available. The food is unpretentious and the service excellent. Great for a Sunday lunch or relaxed evening with friends!
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1 Clink St, London SE1 9DG, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 06:00 pm
The museum stands on the original site of the Clink Prison which belonged to the 11th century. The prison was one of the oldest ones in the country. The prison housed plenty of sinners of that time. The museum samples the same features of the prison. It educates the new age about the historic time and punishment levied on prisoners which included debtors, harlots, traitors, thieves, drunkards and more. The prison although not known to many, is indeed interesting and educative.
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Ilchester Pl, Kensington, London W8 6LU, United Kingdom
07:30 am - 05:00 pm
Unlike its name, Holland Park is definitely not located in the Dutch nation. This enormous park in London houses a number of attractions for kids and adults alike. It is a free place to visit so there is no ticket for Holland Park. If you want a tour, then Holland Park ticket prices may be valid. You can check out various tours and buy tickets for Holland Park from our ticket section.
Holland Park is a massive stretch of grass that’s home to a varied species of mammals, birds, reptiles, insects and more. You could also spot beautiful peacocks here. The extensive park is an ideal place for picnics and day outs. Kids especially would love Holland Park playground. The park features an exquisite Japanese garden, a cricket pitch, a little pond and more than one tennis courts. The park also features an open air theatre that stages performances in summer. For a day of refreshment, the Holland park in the city is an ideal visit.
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St John's Wood Rd, London NW8 8QN, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 03:00 pm
The world’s oldest sporting museum and home to the Ashes Urn, Lords cricket ground and the MCC Museum is a must visit for all sports fanatics and cricket lovers. The museum contains memorabilia belonging to several cricket greats including their kits. There is also a cinema that screens footage of historic moments from cricket matches. The guided tour takes you through the Pavilion, The Long Room and the players Dressing Rooms. Visitors can also see the famous honours boards.
One can also opt to watch a cricket match at the Lords Cricket Ground if availability of tickets and time permits.
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Kings Cross Station, London N1C 4AP, United Kingdom
08:00 am - 10:00 pm
Harry Potter is a phenomenon that kids and adults from the 2000s would never forget about. Every Harry Potter fan known the importance of the Platform 9 ¾, it was afterall where Dobby obstructed Harry and also the main entrance to Hogwarts. Every experience in Harry Potter began with him going to Hogwarts. This particular site is now dedicated to Harry Potter fans where they can buy apparel, souvenirs, wands and other objects related to the famous franchise. It is open at all times and would make a perfect gift shop for people who love Harry Potter.
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Church Rd, London SW19 5AE, United Kingdom
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Who is not aware of this famous site that holds Wimbledon every year? The All England Lawn Tennis Club is famous for holding the annual Wimbledon event that sees a lot of celebrities and royals such as Kate Middleton and Prince Williams attending it. Every Summer when this sports event takes place in London, the city gets engaged in championships that are held inside the grounds of the All England Club in a quiet suburb, very near to Buckingham Palace. Established in 1868, this tennis club has served generations of players who have played this royal game. If you visit London during the time when the Wimbledon takes place, make sure to reserve a seat for yourself here. And those of you who are not able to make it at that time can definitely add to their knowledge by visiting its museum. This museum will introduce you to the game, its history and players associated with it. A guided tour shall be the best!