Attractions in London, UK

Attractions in London, UK

The Tate Britain

The Tate Britain is also known as Tate Gallery and houses the works of J. M. W. Turner, Moore, Blake and many others. The BP walk through at Tate Britain offers you the collections from the beginning to its end. The Turner Collection, Henry Moore Rooms and William Blake rooms are open every day. This is one of the free attractions in London and is open from 10.00am to 6.00pm daily. Manton entrance on Atterbury Street, Millbank entrance, North entrance on John Islip Street and Clore Gallery entrance on Millbank are the four entrances to this art gallery. Cloakroom, baby changing facilities, lifts, cafes, shops and much more are available at Tate Britain.

The Tate Modern

The Tate Modern is an art gallery in London and is the most visited art gallery in the world with a high number of visitors every year. It houses the British Art collection from 1500 to present day and International modern and contemporary art from 1900 until date. It is one of the free attractions and is open from 10:00am to 6:00pm daily and until 10:00pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Abstraction and the Sublime, William Eggleston, Around Abstract Art and lots more are the highlights of this world famous art gallery. There are two entrances to The Tate Modern – Main entrance on Holland Street and River entrance on Queen’s Street. Restaurants, cafes, Espresso bars and shops are also available at this art gallery.

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The Tower Bridge

The Tower Bridge is an iconic symbol of London and is one of the top attractions. Tower Bridge Exhibition is the best way to explore this attraction. The east walkway houses the photographic exhibition that features the great bridges in the world and the west walkway features 60 iconic illustrations, Miroslav Sasek’s classic children’s book and lots more. You can perceive a panoramic view of London from Tower Bridge’s walkway.

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square is a public area and a tourist attraction in the borough of the city of Westminster. Nelson’s column is in the centre of Trafalgar Square with four lion statues at its base and this area is used for community gatherings, celebrations and political events. The Nelson’s column is 170 ft in height and is dedicated to Admiral Horatio Nelson, who died at the battle of Trafalgar Square. Charing Cross, Embankment and Leicester Square are the nearest underground stations in this area and frequent bus services are also available.