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THINGS TO DO IN WESTMINSTER

10 DOWNING STREET

The official residence to Prime Ministers since 1732 when George II gave the property to Robert Walpole. The Cabinet Room, the State Dining Room and the official offices are located here. No.11 is the residence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer and No.12 is the Whips Office.

10 Downing St, London SW1A 2AA




BUCKINGHAM PALACE

The official residence of HRH Queen Elizabeth II, the 19 staterooms are open to the public during August and September while the Queen makes her annual visit to Balmoral.

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WESTMINSTER ABBEY

The Abbey has been the venue for every Coronation since 1066. It has been traditionally a royal place of worship and where Royal marriages and funerals take place.

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ST JAMES'S PARK

The oldest of London's Royal Parks covers 58 acres including a magnificent lake which is famous for its collection of aquatic birds – you can watch the pelicans being fed every day at 2.30 pm. The Mall and Horse Guards Parade provide the setting for spectacular pageants including the annual Trooping of the Colour.

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TATE BRITAIN

Located on Millbank, it is the oldest gallery in the Tate network. It houses a substantial collection of art dating back to Medieval times. There is the Turner Gallery within the museum displaying a comprehensive collection of the works of JMW Turner.

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HORSE GUARDS PARADE

The Changing of the Guards

Horse Guards is a parade ground near Whitehall used for royal and military parades and ceremonies. Each morning the Changing of the Guards takes place (11 am Monday to Saturday and 10 am Sunday) and the annual Trooping The Colour is a spectators delight.

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CHURCHILL WAR ROOMS

Dedicated to the life and achievements of former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill (1874-1965).

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RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT

Museum with kitschy oddities on display, including shrunken human heads & rare animal skeletons.

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BRITISH MUSEUM

A public institution dedicated to human history, art, and culture.

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BIG BEN

Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London and is usually extended to refer to both the clock and the clock tower.

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THE PALACE OF WESTMINSTER

The Palace of Westminster was the residence of the King of England from the eleventh to the sixteenth century. In 1834 almost the entire Palace was destroyed by fire. Westminster Hall and the remains of St Stephens were then incorporated into the new Houses of Parliament.

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