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Windsor Castle Windsor 13.1 km away
#1 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Windsor
Very good place to visit and good for history for the children and historical society Wonderful views for photos Marching soldiers The round tower is fun to go up on The gardens are wonderful
Had a very interesting few hours taking in all the varied sights and information at the Castle, it was made more informative with the excellent audio guides and helpful staff
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St. George's Chapel Windsor 13.3 km away
#2 of 16 Sights & Landmarks in Windsor
It is so exciting to walk among the many historical memorials and graves sites of famous royals.
If you love art, sculpture and all things beautiful, there are many awesome sights to see.
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The All England Lawn Tennis Club London 15.9 km away
#17 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Being on Centre Court is one of those pinch me experiences, the atmosphere is incredible, you get an amazing view where ever you sit and the crowd is great as everyone is there to have a good time.
Although we enjoyed a hospitality package off site, we did enjoy our time walking around the grounds and within Centre Court.It easy to see the attraction for people to spend time on "The Hill" with a picnic whils...
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Daytona Sandown Park Esher 14.5 km away
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Esher
The site and equipment are clean and well kept.
Churchill War Rooms London 19.9 km away
#1 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Awesome historical site that provides a visitor with wonderful opportunity to experience in a vivid and interesting way the center of Britain's war effort during WW2.
I am a history buff and like military history in particular so this stop was a wonderful mix of both the personality and background of a great man in history and also a view of life as it was in the midst of war f...
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Hampton Court Palace East Molesey 12.0 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in East Molesey
Hampton Court has so much - we use the 1001 books as guides for many travels and this Palace is listed for historical sites, gardens, and buildings you must see before you die (like the marvellous Blenheim Palace,...
Impeccably kept, polite and courteous staff and remarkable and fantastic views that my family and I shared.
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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir London 12.0 km away
#19 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
There is an added bonus too; the on site Shayona restaurant is wonderful …. and terrific value too.
You can offer to bathe or worship the Lord The main sanctum santorum offers a splendid view of the Lord, one cannot stop viewing the stone carvings inside.
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Harrods London 17.6 km away
#13 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
As a Londoner you do pop to this place sometimes because well it’s Harrods it’s great yes it is busy with tourists but still a great shop with a range of items and it’s a great attraction and landmark to London.
This image is just the side view of the lovely Harrods building, art nouveau design, definitely worth a look if your planning a trip to London, inside is another story, AMAZING is the word, if you have plenty of m...
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Royal Albert Hall London 16.6 km away
#20 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Royal Albert Hall Concert For Teenage Cancer Trust, First Time at Albert Hall very good atmosphere Johnny Marr, Pet Shop Boys, Rodger Daltery, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Excellent seats very good view bit of a q...
Likes: + Fantastic acoustics and venue + Great performances by Europe and their support band King King + Great views of stage from the 2nd Tier boxes + Friendly staff + Good atmosphere + Snacks/food items can be p...
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Air Forces Memorial Englefield Green 12.4 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Englefield Green
Lovely experience very touching memorial to all the airmen who gave their lives for this country beautiful view of the countryside from the lookout
Elegant and clean design, well maintained and wonderful views over river Thames.
Chelsea FC Stadium Tour & Museum London 15.9 km away
#27 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
... a Chelsea fan for long, being able to see them play at Stamford Bridge has cemented the fact that I am "Chelsea til I Die." Amazing atmosphere, and our seats in the upper Shed gave us a great view of the pitch.
We were shown all places of interest and several views of the field.Our guide provided excellent commentary and knew her history of the ground the club and the players.If you do the tour ask for wendy.
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Holland Park London 14.7 km away
#29 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
The park is remarkably spacious for its relatively small area and provides a number of different views, from the sport oriented fields to the more labyrinthic wildlife enclosures, and of course, the stunning Kyoto...
... cheap ice cream booths, massive play area and sand park for kids, dog areas with watering bowls for them, peacocks roaming around and very fun day out close to the high street for shops and car park on site.
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Houses of Parliament London 20.2 km away
#2 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Got on the tour free of charge through our local MP in Withington Manchester.. Jeff Smith many thanks Jeff it was truly educational, the sights the splendour and the stories told by the Houses of Parliament tour g...
We did a kayaking tour called 'big Ben and back with 'kayaking london' who are based in Chelsea (where you're kayaking trip begins) and it's an excellent way to view the city and houses of parliament.
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Buckingham Palace London 19.0 km away
#10 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Beautiful visit .... incredible architecture and a place you must see the energy is incredible view is spectacular enjoy every minute of it History and you can be part of it Michael
... it is a big and powerful structure that houses a powerful and iconic family, I was in awe when I visited this incredible landmark It felt nice to have been to see one of the most popular landmarks in the world.
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Westminster Abbey London 20.0 km away
#5 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Highly Recommended to get the area visit, and see the Modern and Historical London, best place to get Iconic Views of London and get closer to History of UK, best City in the World ( London )
It is was very cool to be near the burial sites of so amazing people including Isaac Newton, George Friedrich Händel, Ralph Vaughan Williams, David Livingstone, and a great many others; and the memorials for the d...
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Strawberry Hill House Twickenham
#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Twickenham
From October 2018 to February 2019 only, everyone has the chance to view this amazing collection of artwork and artefacts in situ.
Each room gave us new delights to photograph, with many amazing fireplaces and wonderful stained glass windows, although unfortunately the original views are long gone.
Craven Cottage London 13.8 km away
#35 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Pros: Easily accessible by public transit Every seat is close to the action Plenty of food and drink vendors Great views of the Thames River Friendly staff Cons: The gift shop is very small and gets packed.
... would def recommend The Temperance - ironic name for a pub though :) The Away end at Craven Cottage was behind the goal, with a view of the River on one side and that 'old school cricket pavilion' on the other.
Charles Darwin Down House Downe
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Downe
The house has lots of interesting artefacts, information and beautiful views but for me, and a few other visitors, the best thing was the feeling of happiness and contentment that pervades the house and garden.
One of best presented of English Heritage's sites - a real mixture of history, facts & personal memories including bits of fun - all narrated by Richard Attenborough & Andrew Marr .
Lord's Cricket Ground London 17.1 km away
#37 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
The tour was extremely well paced providing you with sufficient time to view the highlights of the ground as well as providing some fantastic phot opportunities.
You also get to visit the home side and visitors dressing rooms, practice grounds and the media centre that affords fabulous views of the ground as also helps you appreciate the slope the ground has.
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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Kew
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Kew
Neat formal gardens, interesting rockery gardens, fabulous vegetables, wild woods, botanical species collections, lakes, lily ponds, views, films, treetop walkway, knowledgeable staff - what more could you want fr...
One of the best areas that we loved was the Princess of Wales Observatory what a wonderful designed area, the Tree Top Climb was another great area and The Hive was a great view we ended up spending around 5 hours...
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York House Gardens Twickenham
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Twickenham
In the summer there is the bonus of the white and pink water lilies and the blue dragon flies flower hopping... the friedly squirrels... the magnificent river views from the veranda.
Living close to Twickenham I'm sure many locals aren't aware it's there, right by the river Thames and slightly hidden from view as hundreds of people walk or jog along the beaten track immersed in X factor Fitbit...
Sanatan Temple Wembley
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Wembley
Amazing architected.. Breathtaking views (very attention to detail) and it is just on the main road.
Must visit site on anyone's itinerary.
London Museum of Water & Steam Brentford
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Brentford
We made Easter masks, hunted for egg clues, ate our picnic overlooking the main hall (comfy bench, lovely view and perfectly ok to bring our picnic indoors..) Go, all of the family, it is engineering and the indus...
She was very professional and made the day memorable... Afterwards we explored the site and marveled at the ingenuity and complexity of the Victorian steam artefacts in the collection, all housed in a suitably ind...
Wallace Collection London 18.4 km away
#15 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
It has an amazing collection of art - rare 16th century unique wax figurines of enormous beauty, a room of Canaletto Venice views of stunning elegance, and much more.
We loved everything about it: the building is splendid and beautifully situated in front of a small square with a commanding view of a long avenue radiating out from the house.
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Syon House and Park Brentford
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Brentford
Free car parking on a sunny day was a bonus as we’d brought a picnic, which we were told we could take into the gardens, where there are lots of benches with delightful views of the Great Conservatory or of the la...
Impressive library, with touching personal details left for all to view.
Kew Palace Richmond
#2 of 17 Sights & Landmarks in Richmond
There is certainly plenty to do for several hours as you wander through the various Glass Houses to view some of the rarest plants on the world and the grounds.
So, it's a nice house - I'd be very happy to live there, the rooms are well proportioned and it's got good views over the gardens and riverside.
18 Stafford Terrace - The Sambourne Family Home London 15.2 km away
#57 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
We visited this site by chance and were really pleased we did.
There is no cafe on site but there are any number of options nearby, we choose the design museum in Holland park.
Riverside Walk Kingston upon Thames
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston upon Thames
From there catch a boat to Richmond which goes through the Teddington Lock, it takes an hour but you get great views of lovely houses along the river.
We turned around here and returned to Teddington Lock where we crossed the footbridge (you get an excellent view of the weir here) and within 50 metres we went into the Tied End Cottage ( a very traditional pub) a...
Royal Holloway Egham 13.1 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Egham
Wonderful new building, lovely ambiance, with incredible views of the Founders building.
On an earlier visit I was lucky enough to hear the Choir of Royal Holloway in action in the chapel and view some of the many works of art in the university collection.
Hampstead London 17.6 km away
#38 of 879 Sights & Landmarks in London
Up Church Row from these is old The Parish Church of St. John-at-Hampstead (1747 though a church has been there for a thousand years) with a lovely cemetery (where John Constable is buried) with views of the city.
The iconic London view from Parliament Hill Fields is a real people magnet, unsurprisingly.