1) Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, considered among London’s most recognizable iconic landmarks.
2) Tower Bridge, London, which attracts over 40,000 people a day and was built in 1886.
3) Tower of London, which is one of London’s World Heritage Sites where visitors can see the Crown Jewels and the famous black ravens.
4) Buckingham Palace, which is the official home of the King and Queen and has 775 rooms. Many people come to see the changing of the guard which takes place outside at 11:30 am every day.
5) Natural History Museum, home to more than 80 million items to explore.
6) Westminster Abbey, which was built in 1560, and was the venue for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
7) The London Eye, located on the South Bank of the River Thames, where on a clear day you can see up to 50km.
8) St Paul’s Cathedral, which was once the tallest structure in London at 365ft high.
9) Museum of London, the largest and most extensive museum in the world. It is free for all visitors.
10) Globe Theatre which is an open-air theatre originally designed in 1599 by William Shakespeare’s company.