Places

British Museum

Great Russell Steet, London WC1B 3DG

The British Museum is renowned as one of the world’s greatest collections of history and culture, having over 8 million exhibits and is the UK’s biggest visitor attraction. The museum started in 1753 and its origins began with aRead more

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BT Tower

60 Cleveland Street, Marylebone, London W1T 4JZ

The BT Tower is a telecommunications centre in London’s West End designed to transmit and broadcast internet and telephone information around the world. It was originally called The Post Office Tower, then the Telecom Tower before changing to itsRead more

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Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB

Canary Wharf Tower is the building that dominates the skyline of east London. It lies just north of the river on the Isle of Dogs and is surrounded by other large buildings in what has become London’s second financialRead more

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Chelsea Bridge

Chelsea, London

Invalid Displayed Gallery Chelsea Bridge was first opened in 1858, in a ceremony by Queen Victoria. It was named Victoria Bridge in her honour. It connected the wealthy area of Chelsea with the rough district of Battersea and wasRead more

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Chiswick House

Burlington Lane, Chiswick, London W4 2RP

Chiswick House was built in 1729 by the Earl of Burlington and lies in Chiswick, west London, about 400m from the River Thames. Burlington was an amateur architect and designed a classical villa in a neo-Palladian style and wasRead more

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Churchill War Rooms

Clive Steps, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AQ

Churchill War Rooms is a branch of the Imperial War Museum on King Charles Street and is the amalgamation of the previous Cabinet War Rooms and Churchill Museum. In 1938, with the possibility of war ahead, the government, under NevilleRead more

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