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Site Visits

Churchill War Rooms a chance to see the real bunker used by Sir Winston during the Second World War


British Museum  An incredible collection of objects both large and small to represent all of our humanity. A chance to travel around the world and back in time.

Imperial War Museum 20th century warfare up to the present is brought into focus. Each object has a story to tell. WW2 can be overwhelming with so many details from all over the world. But the new WW2 galleries help to give an overview of this conflict.

Museum of London London's 2,000 year history is told with genuine artefacts and recreations. The focus is social history.

Westminster Abbey the coronation church of English monarchs since 1066. Burial site of medieval kings and queens and famous names throughout British history from scientists to poets.


National Army Museum a journey through the history of the British soldier and other temporary exhibitions.


St Paul's Cathedral  rebuilt after the Great Fire of 1666 this is a masterpiece of English Baroque architecture topped with a magnificent dome.

Changing of the Guard this takes place outside Buckingham Palace every day in summer, four times a week in winter. Observe the Foot Guards as they perform their royal duties.

Tower of London officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress, the Tower of London. 1,000 years of England's history. It has been a royal residence, a garrison, an observatory, a prison, a zoo, an arsenal and a home to Beefeaters. Walk in the footsteps of kings and queens, saints and sinners.

Kensington Palace home of the late Princess Diana, this tells the story of 17th and 18th century royal living and also has temporary collections.


London has many small, beautiful churches in its city centre. They can be visited as part of a walking tour.

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