Landmarks - London
Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s official residence, is where the Queen entertains her guests and carries out her official duties. Have a look around the 19 State Rooms, which have some of the finest art and furniture in the world.
Watch the colourful Changing the Guard ceremony, visit the Palace’s gardens where the Queen hosts her Garden Parties and enjoy a cup of tea and a slice of cake in the Garden café.
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The EDF Energy London Eye was built to celebrate the millennium in 2000. At 135 metres tall, it’s one of the best views you’ll find in London.
A full trip on the London Eye takes 30 minutes and you’ll get a stunning panoramic view of London’s famous landmarks from the comfort of your capsule. Gaze all the way to Crystal palace in the West and Canary Wharf to the East.
Pictures courtesy of London On View
St Paul’s Cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and replaced the one that was destroyed by the Great Fire of London in 1666, becoming the fourth church at its current site.
The inside of the cathedral is truly awe-inspiring and you’ll find that your eyes are drawn to the breath-taking ceiling. Visit the crypts where you can see the tombs and memorials dedicated to some of the nation’s heroes. If you’re feeling strong, climb all the way to the top of the iconic dome for spectacular views of London.