Take a tour of the Tower of London to relive its history as a royal palace, prison, jewel house and zoo.
The uniquely shaped Tate Modern features contemporary art from artists including Damien Hirst and Gauguin.
While one of the highlights of the Natural History Museum is the dinosaur display, the museum also has collections of some of the biggest and rarest animals in the world.
Located in Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery includes Western European paintings from the 13th to 19th centuries, and includes works from the likes of Van Gogh, da Vinci, Botticelli and Renoir.
The EDF Energy London Eye is the world’s highest observation wheel. People aboard the wheel can enjoy a view of all of London’s most famous landmarks.
Kensington Palace was Diana, Princess of Wales’ home in London. Visitors can explore the state apartment and see the Royal Ceremonial Dress Collection.
Outside of Buckingham Palace visitors can gather year-round to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
Buckingham Palace is the queen’s official residence. It has 777 rooms. State Rooms in the palace are open to visitors during the summer months.
The British Museum collections include the Rosetta Stone, mummies and sculptures from the Parthenon.
One of London’s most iconic landmarks is the House of Parliament and the clock tower -- Big Ben. At night, all four clock faces on the tower are light up.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent who was killed in a motorcycle accident is being remembered as a "gentle giant" with a huge heart.
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