London sights – this city has so much to offer, from museums and monuments, to even iconic items like red double decker busses.
If you’ve been following along, you know I’ve shared quite a bit from our time in London this September. Here are just a few photos of sights that didn’t get their own post – and a list of all the London sights worth visiting.
The Globe Theatre – we didn’t make it in for the tour, but checked it out as we walked along the river. Hard to believe so much history happened inside this building. Super cool.
We also saw the London Eye on our river walk. No ride for us – yet it’s one of those landmarks you just need to see when you visit London.
You know what else you’ll see when you visit London? The traditional red telephone booth. Yes – these guys!
I’m not even sure if they’re still useful, however, they’re very cool nonetheless.
London is full of so much history – Monument being one of them. I think I mentioned it during the London Tube post – about Monument Station. Well, this is it!
Last, but not least, statues of historical London figures. Sir Winston Churchill. The park outside of Westminster Abby has about 8 statues. It’s a great place to grab a coffee and just people watch.
Well, there you have it – some London sights – yet don’t forget the ones below, too. All are well worth the visit, yet if I had to only pick 3, then I’d pick Buckingham Palace, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Palace of Westminster. Don’t get me wrong, the others are great, too – yet sometimes you can’t fit everything into your schedule. Happy travels.
- Buckingham Palace
- Victoria and Albert Museum
- Sea Life Aquarium
- Westminster Abby
- British Museum
- National Gallery
- Palace of Westminster
- Hyde Park
- Tower Bridge
Thanks so much for visiting and Happy New Year – may 2020 bring you all that is beautiful!