As the capital of England and the United Kingdom, London offers many things that the visitors could explore. London offers the historical places such as House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and of course its famous landmark ôBig Benö clock tower. Here are five top things that you can do when you visit London

Having A Magical Day in Warner Bros Studio Tour
If you are a big fan of harry potter, you must visit Warner Bros Studio Tour London û The Making of Harry Potter. You will be able to explore the behind the scene of Harry Potter films such as the Great Hall, Diagon Alley, Ollivander’s wand shop, Gringotts Wizarding Bank and many more, you will also could see the iconic props such as the broomstick of Harry Potter, the Nimbus 2000 or Hagrid’s motorcycle that was seen in the films.

Visiting the Buckingham Palace
This London home of Queen Elizabeth II is open for a public tour in the summers and several selected dates on winter and spring. The visitors could have access to 19 staterooms where usually the queen and royal family members host several events. The visitors could also see some of the royal collection and learn more about the history of the Royal Family. The tour ticket starts from 24 pounds and the palace is usually open from 9.30 AM until 6.00 or 7.00 pm depends on the months.

Discovering the Tower of London
Even though the tower of London was famous before as a prison in the 16th and 17th century, the tower of London now being famous as one of the top attractions in London. This tower is located in the north bank of the River Thomas, Central London. You will be able to discover many histories from this tower including the crown jewels, the spooky tales when it was used as a prison. The ticket starts from ú26.8 for the adult.

Exploring the British Museum
The British Museum has remarkable collections such as Rosetta Stone, Egyptian mummies and Parthenon sculptures. This museum is founded in 1753 and visited around six million visitors every year. This admission ticket is free, and the museum is open daily from 10.00 AM until 17.30 PM.

Visiting the Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds currently are in 21 places in the world and one of these famous wax figure museums is located in London. There are around 300 wax figures in Madame Tussauds London including Her Majesty the Queen and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and many other famous figures.

If you are planning to go to London, don’t miss out to go to these five places. There are also other places that you must visit in London such as Tower Bridge, Coca-Cola London Eye, Borough Market and many more.

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