Houses of Parliament

On most days of the week, the Houses of Parliament are accessible for the general public to experience and enjoy during a trip to London, and there is a surprisingly wide choice of interesting and absorbing events and programmes on offer. Take a guided tour through the historic chambers of the House of Commons, the […]

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London Zoo

One of the capital’s best-loved and most enduringly popular attractions, London Zoo has been the highlight of many thousands of family trips to the city ever since its opening in 1826. An outing to the zoo is guaranteed to bring a smile to everyone’s face – whether young or old – as they are encouraged […]

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A stroll in Hyde Park

Separated from Kensington Gardens in 1728 by Queen Caroline, the wife of George II, Hyde Park is nonetheless the largest of the London parks and famous for its Speakers’ Corner; a place where folk can literally get on their soap box and air their views albeit on the site of a former gallows! The boundary […]

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Buckingham Palace

Since 1837, Buckingham Palace has been the ‘official’ London home and administrative HQ of the British Monarchy, and is still the focal point for the day-to-day activities of HM The Queen and her family. Every year, the Royal Household invites over 50,000 people to the Palace for a variety of receptions, banquets and investitures, and […]

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