5. Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is the resident of Queen Elizabeth II. The building is 108 meters long. Every year more than 4000 people visit this place. Staterooms are well-equipped with luxurious ornaments. This place is open to people during summer and 2-3 months of winter. This place takes around 2 to 5 hours to visit this place. The famous place to visit here is changing the guard. You can also see Staterooms and Royal gardens. Here you will learn about Queen Elizabeth II and Royal Family.
Autumn 2017: 1 September – 1 October 2017
Open daily 09:30 – 18:30 (last admission 16:15)
4. London Eye
London Eye is situated on the bank of river Thames. The rides take around 30 minutes to complete its full rotation. After 30 minutes you will Find yourself back to the ground, if you do not have any fear of height then it is the most adventurous thing to do. Any person can take this ride. The wheel does not stop for the customer they just make their speed slow, so that passenger can get into it.
Tickets Available (online) from £23.45, £21 ages 3-15,
Tickets are free for children under three
3. Big Ben
Big Ben actually relate to the tower, the clock and the bell. It is one of the largest clocks in five bells. It is not possible for a foreign visitor to take a tour inside the tower but you can visit a tour of the Houses of Parliament. The tour is free of cost.You must not miss the best opportunity of taking a selfie at the best angle from Westminster Bridge.
Opening Hours (Mon to Fri): 9.15am, 10.15am, 11.15am & 2.15pm
Maximum Number: 16 people per tour
2. Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey Is the greatest church in London. More than 3000 bodies are buried near this church. This place is famous for kings and queens. The royal weddings are hosted here. Westminster Abbey is opened on every Monday to Saturday. It is basically closed on Easter and Christmas Eve. Thousands of visitors come to church for prayers. There is no entry ticket for visitors.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7 pm
Saturday: 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
Sunday: Closed for tourists
1. Tower Bridge
Once you entered in tower bridge, There is tower bridge exhibition from which you can learn about most famous bridges and history of their creations. There is also glass floor which is 42 meters above from river, that allow seeing red buses and traffic of London.
Summer Opening Hours
April – September 10:00 – 17:30
Winter Opening Hours
October – March 09:30 – 17:00