Top things to do in London - The London Pass®

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Top things to do in London

Top things to do in London

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Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is a firm favourite of the British Royal Family and the venue of 17 royal weddings, the most recent of which was the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton on 29th April, 2011. This UNESCO World Heritage site has been the coronation church for every British monarch since 1066. And over 3,300 people have been buried or commemorated in its grounds, including Chaucer, Newton, Darwin and Dickens.

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Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge – not to be confused with London Bridge – has linked one side of the River Thames to the other since 1894. It underwent a major facelift over the years, ensuring that the iconic bridge is now famed as much for its modern Glass Walkway as well its fascinating Victorian bascules. Sir Horace Jones, the architect who designed Tower Bridge was also the name behind many iconic Victorian London constructs. These include Leadenhall Market, Smithfield Market and Billingsgate Market.

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St Paul’s Cathedral

Sir Christopher Wren, the architect of St Paul’s Cathedral, was the first to be buried in its tombs. Wren designed 53 London churches and numerous noteworthy secular buildings. Interred in 1723, the prolific British architect was laid to rest in his own masterpiece and was the first of numerous key figures to have the honour. The epitaph inscribed on his crypt reads: Lector, si monumentum requiris – which is Latin for ‘If you seek his monument, look around’. This storied attraction is one of London’s finest for a reason.

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