London’s Top 10 Incredible Attractions

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6 most iconic attractions to see in London

London is pretty much full to the brim with incredible things to see and do- but how on earth are you supposed to see everything in just one visit?

Well, book a room in The Signature Townhouse Hotel to give yourself an incredibly central location, get your comfiest shoes on and head out the door for the best sightseeing day you’ve ever had!

Let’s take a look at the very best that London has to offer.

St. Paul’s Cathedral

This iconic London landmark designed by Sir Christopher Wren is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city.

Climb to the top of the 111 metre dome for breathtaking views of the city, and explore the crypt and the beautiful interior of the cathedral.

The Shard

The tallest building in the United Kingdom, and the second tallest in Europe, with stunning views of London from its observation deck on the 72nd floor.

The Shard also houses restaurants, bars, and a luxury hotel.

The Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, featuring over 4.5 million objects from around the world, including ceramics, textiles, furniture, and jewellery- this is a must visit for historians and fashionistas alike.

Easily accessible from your stunning boutique hotel near Marble Arch.

The Natural History Museum

This museum explores the natural world and its history, featuring exhibits such as dinosaur skeletons, the human body, and the evolution of life on Earth.

Camden Market

A vibrant market in the Camden area of London, featuring stalls selling everything from vintage clothing to street food.

Visitors can also see live music and entertainment, and experience the coolest neighbourhood in the city.

Greenwich Park and the Royal Observatory

A beautiful park that offers stunning views of the city and the River Thames, as well as the Royal Observatory, which houses the famous Prime Meridian Line and the historic Harrison clocks.

The British Museum

One of the world’s largest and most comprehensive museums, featuring over 8 million artefacts from around the world, including the Rosetta Stone and the Elgin Marbles.

The Tower of London

A historic castle that has served as a royal palace, fortress, and prison.

Visitors can see the Crown Jewels, tour the historic buildings, and even meet the resident ravens.

The London Eye

A giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames that offers panoramic views of the city from an incredible 135 metres!

The ride takes about 30 minutes and is a great way to see London from above.

Buckingham Palace

The official residence of the British monarch, located in the heart of London- and one of the most iconic buildings in the world!

Visitors can see the Changing of the Guard ceremony and tour the State Rooms during the summer months; and the palace is an important stop for any Hyde Park area guide.

London’s Calling

Make sure you enjoy London to its fullest and explore all the greatest and most iconic spots in the city.

At the end of a long day you’ll get to head home and enjoy a gorgeous helping of the Signature Townhouse Hyde Park afternoon tea for the perfect end to a busy day!

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