…and making the most of the ones that are

On the other hand, these attractions regularly make the list of ‘must dos’ while visiting
or living in London. Here’s a take at how to make the most of your visit.

British Museum (London)

Considered one of the world's premier museums with more than 6 million visitors a year, the British Museum is a popular place to visit.  The question is how to make the most of your time there. The answer is scheduling an hour-long tour with one of their guides to see some of the 'top' pieces. This sampler will have you coming back for more.

www.britishmuseum.org +44 2073 238299
British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG

Science Museum (London)

What makes London truly unique is the number of museums that are free and this one is no different.  If your kids are IMAX movie fans, purchase a family membership — we easily made up the cost of the membership in two visits.
www.sciencemuseum.org.uk +44 8708 704868
Exhibition Rd, London SW7 2DD

Tower Bridge (London)

Visiting the Tower Bridge Exhibition, seeing the engine rooms and taking in panoramic views above the River Thames towards the East and West of the Thames are great ways to explore the most famous bridge in the world. To make it truly memorable, plan your visit to coincide with the Bridge lift times.
www.towerbridge.org.uk +44 2074 033761
Tower Bridge, London SE1 2AA


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