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99 reasons to travel London

It is difficult to quantify the exact number of tourist attractions in London, as it is a large and diverse city with a wealth of cultural, historical, and recreational activities to offer visitors.

Here are 99 of them as known to me

  1. Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard ceremony
  2. The Tower of London and the Crown Jewels
  3. The British Museum and its vast collection of art and artifacts
  4. The London Eye and its panoramic views of the city
  5. The Tate Modern and its collection of modern and contemporary art
  6. St. Paul’s Cathedral and its iconic architecture
  7. The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben
  8. The Natural History Museum and its exhibits on natural history
  9. The Victoria and Albert Museum and its collection of decorative arts and design
  10. The Tower Bridge and its glass walkways
  11. The London Zoo and its diverse animal collection
  12. The Science Museum and its interactive exhibits
  13. The Royal Opera House and its performances of classical music and opera
  14. The National Gallery and its collection of Western European paintings
  15. The Royal Albert Hall and its concerts and events
  16. The Olympic Park and its sporting facilities and events
  17. The Shakespeare Globe Theatre and its performances of Shakespearean plays
  18. The British Library and its collection of rare books and manuscripts
  19. The Tate Britain and its collection of British art
  20. The Camden Market and its diverse range of goods and street food
  21. The Imperial War Museum and its exhibits on military history
  22. The Greenwich Observatory and its views of the city and the Prime Meridian Line
  23. The Saatchi Gallery and its contemporary art exhibitions
  24. The Serpentine Gallery and its contemporary art exhibitions
  25. The National Theatre and its performances of plays and musicals
  26. The Royal Academy of Arts and its art exhibitions
  27. The Hampton Court Palace and its historic gardens
  28. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and its collection of plants and flowers
  29. The V&A Waterfront and its shopping, dining, and entertainment options
  30. The Tower Bridge Exhibition and its history of the bridge
  31. The Chelsea Football Club Stadium Tour and its behind-the-scenes access
  32. The London Dungeon and its interactive history experience
  33. The London Bridge Experience and its history of the bridge
  34. The Thames River Cruise and its views of the city
  35. The London Transport Museum and its collection of vintage vehicles
  36. The Churchill War Rooms and its history of World War II
  37. The London Film Museum and its collection of film memorabilia
  38. The London Bridge City and its shopping, dining, and entertainment options
  39. The BFI Southbank and its films and events
  40. The London Palladium and its performances of music, comedy, and theatre
  41. The Royal Opera House Ballet and its performances of classical ballet
  42. The Royal Opera House Orchestra and its performances of classical music
  43. The London Symphony Orchestra and its performances of classical music
  44. The Royal Opera House Opera and its performances of opera
  45. The Southbank Centre and its cultural events and festivals
  46. The Barbican Centre and its cultural events and performances
  47. The O2 Arena and its concerts and events
  48. The SSE Wembley Arena and its concerts and events
  49. The London Stadium and its sporting events and concerts
  50. The Emirates Stadium and its sporting events and tours
  51. The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms
  52. The Freud Museum
  53. The Notting Hill Carnival
  54. The Royal Society of Arts
  55. The Royal Society of Chemistry
  56. The Royal Society of Medicine
  57. The Royal Society of Physics
  58. The Wallace Collection
  59. The Wellcome Collection
  60. The Whitechapel Gallery
  61. The British Film Institute
  62. The British Library of Political and Economic Science
  63. The British Museum of Food
  64. The Charles Dickens Museum
  65. The Design Museum
  66. The Geffrye Museum
  67. The Guildhall Art Gallery
  68. The Horniman Museum and Gardens
  69. The Imperial War Museum Duxford
  70. The Institute of Contemporary Arts
  71. The Jewish Museum London
  72. The Keats House Museum
  73. The London Canal Museum
  74. The London Museum of Water & Steam
  75. The London Sewing Machine Museum
  76. The Museum of Childhood
  77. The Museum of London
  78. The Museum of London Docklands
  79. The National Army Museum
  80. The National Gallery
  81. The National Maritime Museum
  82. The National Portrait Gallery
  83. The Old Operating Theatre Museum
  84. The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
  85. The Postal Museum
  86. The Science Museum
  87. The Sir John Soane’s Museum
  88. The Sir John Sloane’s Museum
  89. The Society of Antiquaries of London
  90. The Tate Britain
  91. The Tate Modern
  92. The Theatres Trust
  93. The Victoria and Albert Museum
  94. The Wallace Collection
  95. The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum
  96. The Wordsworth Trust
  97. The British Library
  98. The British Museum
  99. And Weather of course!

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