Camden Lock Market is located near the Regent’s Canal in the London Borough of Camden in London, on a site formerly occupied by warehouses and other premises related to the canal business. In the early 1970s, trade in the canal ceased. At the time...Read more
The story of European art, masterpiece by masterpiece. We collect and care for the nation’s paintings and we share them with the world.Read more
30 St Mary Ax (or Swiss Re Building) is a building located in the business district of the City of London in England. Referring to its shape, Londoners used to call it the Gherkin.
Trafalgar Square is a very famous square in Westminster in London, England, whose name commemorates the Battle of Trafalgar which opposed the Franco-Spanish and British fleets in 1805. The place is well known for being a social space and freedom of...Read more
The London Eye, or the Millennium Wheel, is a cantilevered observation wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. It is Europe's tallest cantilevered observation wheel, and is the most popular paid tourist attraction in the United...Read more
The Millennium Bridge is a suspension bridge located in London. It is a steel pedestrian bridge spanning the River Thames to connect the district of Southwark on the left bank to the City on the other side. The bridge is located between the...Read more
The Royal Observatory of Greenwich is a British astronomical observatory located in Greenwich Park, in the eastern suburbs of London, overlooking the Thames.
Tower Bridge is a so-called bascule bridge, which allows motorized vehicles to cross the Thames but also allows boats to pass. It is made of granite for its facade, steel for its structure and concrete for its foundations. It is located between the...Read more
We're a charity caring for the Royal Collection & looking after visitors to Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, The Queen's Galleries in London and Edinburgh and the Royal Mews.
The elegant home to generations of stylish royal women: where Queen Victoria was born and raised; Queens Mary, Anne and Caroline held court; and the royal style-icons Princess Margaret and Diana, Princess of Wales lived in the 20th century.
20 Fenchurch Street, nicknamed the Walkie-Talkie because of its particular shape, is a skyscraper in London. It became known to the general public because of the damage it caused, due to the reflection of the solar rays by its concave panes.Read more
Westminster Abbey is one of London's most famous religious buildings. Its construction dates mainly from the 13th century, under Henry III. It is the burial place of some of the kings and queens of England and also famous men and women. The “Poets'...Read more
The ultimate thrill filled journey through London's darkest history.
The British Museum is a museum of history and human culture, located in London. Its collections, made up of more than seven million objects, are among the most important in the world and come from all continents. They illustrate human history from...Read more
The 1,000 year old fortress in the centre of London - and at the heart of British history. Famous as the home of the Crown Jewels, iconic Beefeaters, legendary ravens…and bloody tales of prisoners and executions. UNESCO World Heritage Site.Read more
On Sunday the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers. Everything from bedding plants to 10 foot banana trees are up for grabs. The air is intense with the scent of flowers and the chant of the barrow boys "Everthin' a fiver"?
Big Ben est le surnom de la grande cloche de 13,5 tonnes se trouvant au sommet de l'Elizabeth Tower, la tour horloge du Palais de Westminster, qui est le siège du parlement britannique (Houses of Parliament), à Londres. La tour a été nommée...Read more
Le National Maritime Museum de Londres est le plus important musée maritime britannique et l'un des plus importants au monde, situé à Greenwich dans la banlieue sud-est de Londres, dans les bâtiments de la Queen's House et du Old Royal Naval College...Read more
Le Monument au Grand Incendie de Londres plus communément connu sous le nom Le Monument, est une colonne romaine dorique en pierre de 61 mètres dans la Cité de Londres, proche du nord du pont de Londres. Il est situé au croisement de Monument street...Read more
Abbey Road est une rue de Londres, au Royaume-Uni. Elle a été rendue mondialement célèbre par les Beatles, qui se sont fait photographier sur le passage piéton, devant les studios où ils ont enregistré la majorité de leur répertoire, pour la...Read more
The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, is the seat of the House of Commons and the House of Lords of the United Kingdom. The palace borders the left (west) bank of the Thames and is located in the London Borough of the...Read more
The Shard (en français l'« éclat », le « tesson », l'« esquille » de verre), anciennement The London Bridge Tower, est un gratte-ciel de bureaux et de logements de luxe situé dans l'arrondissement de Southwark, sur la rive sud de la Tamise et face à...Read more
An icon on the London skyline and a busy working church.