Art in London: The Best Art Galleries in London are Free

National Gallery, London

Art in London – The Top London Art Galleries are Free: London has some of the best art galleries in the world and the sheer amount of world-class artworks will keep art lovers quite busy during their London holidays. And the good news is that most of the city’s top art galleries in London are […]

Free London Museums – Part 1

Sealing the Bank of England Charter 1694

Free London Museums – Many of London’s World-Class Museums are Free: The best things in London are free, and this is certainly true of London’s world-class museums.   The British Museum, one of the capital’s top attractions, is one of the free London museums.   In the British Museum alone are some 1.5 million objects and it […]

Free London Museums – Part 2

Museum of London, Docklands

Free London Museums – Many of London’s World-Class Museums are Free: Part 2 of 3 Museum Description Museum of London The Museum of London traces the social history of London from 450,000BC to the present time.  Historic objects and exhibitions tell the story of the London’s turbulent past. Through its many galleries, visitors can discover […]

Free London Museums – Part 3

Science Museum

Free London Museums – Many of London’s World-Class Museums are Free: Part 3 of 3 Museum Description Science Museum At the London Science Museum you can see Stephenson’s Rocket, the Apollo 10 command module and loads of interactive exhibits for adults and children. Spread over seven floors of galleries, visitors can encounter the past, present […]

Museum of London – Explores Prehistoric London to Today

Museum of London

The Museum of London Covers London’s History From Prehistoric Times to the Present: History and heritage are the most influential reasons why people choose to visit London.  However, there is such a wealth of attractions in the City of London that visitors usually only scratch the surface of what there is to see here.  But, […]

Charles Dickens Museum

Charles Dickens Museum

Charles Dickens’ Museum Has the World’s Greatest Collection of Dickens’ Works: Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire in 1812 and at the age of three, the family moved to London. He has lived in many different homes throughout his lifetime in London, but the Georgian terraced house at 48 Doughty Street in Holborn is […]

The Old Bailey – London’s Central Criminal Court

Old Bailey

The Old Bailey – The Central Criminal Court Where the Hardest of Criminal Cases are Heard: If you’re wandering around Central London, in the vicinity of St Paul’s, you will no doubt come across London’s Central Criminal Court, more popularly known as The Old Bailey. The Old Bailey has been London’s main criminal court for […]

Cycle Challenge – London 2011

London Cycle Challenge

The London Cycle Challenge is One of the Cycle Events of London’s Cycle Revolution: If all of a sudden you’re noticing a lot of people cycling in London, it’s because the London Cycle Challenge 2011 is on. The Cycle Challenge is a cycling competition to see which team can cycle the most miles in a […]

Trooping the Colour 2012 – A London Royal Ceremony

Trooping the Colour

The Trooping the Colour Celebrates the Official Birthday of the Queen: When it comes to pomp and pageantry, the Trooping the Colour is the most elaborate of London’s royal ceremonies. The Trooping the Colour ceremony is held to celebrate the official birthday of the British Sovereign. So, although Queen Elizabeth II was born on April […]

Clarence House – A Royal Residence in London

Clarence House - Image by ChrisO/Wiki

Clarence House – A Royal Residence for Nearly Two Centuries: Whilst not a palace, Clarence House has been a royal residence since its construction in the early 19th century.  Situated on The Mall, next to St James’s Palace, Clarence House is the official London residence of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall […]