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Tour London - Days 2 & 3

Destination(s): London

History, shopping, entertainment, tea and art in 2 days. Visit the British Library, Covent Garden, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, The Guards Museum, shop on Oxford Street, have an English tea and explore the V&A Museum. read more about Tour London - Days 2 & 3

British Library

British Library

  • 96 Euston Rd., NW1
  • St Pancras
  • tel:020/7412-7332
  • Visit website
  • London, NW1 2DB
Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

  • 13 Buckingham Palace Road
  • At end of The Mall (on the road running from Trafalgar Sq.)
  • tel:020/7766-7300
  • Visit website
  • London, SW1A 1AA
Fortnum & Mason St James's Restaurant

Fortnum & Mason St James's Restaurant

  • 181 Piccadilly
  • tel:44 20 7734 8040
  • Visit website
  • London, W1A 1ER
Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

  • 20 Dean's Yard
  • Broad Sanctuary, SW1
  • tel:020/7222-5152
  • Visit website
  • London, SW1P 3PA
Changing of the Guard

Changing of the Guard

  • Wellington Barracks
  • (Buckingham Palace)
  • tel:+44 20 783 9137
  • Visit website
  • London, SW1A 1AA
Covent Garden Piazza

Covent Garden Piazza

Sheltered beneath a beautiful Victorian iron-and-glass structure that once held England's largest fruit and vegetable market, (now relocated to Nine Elms, just south of the river) are the shops and restaurants that make up the heart of Covent Garden. Its famous piazza  is the only area of London licensed for street entertainment and all performers are quality-checked before they are allowed to perform. There's a nice buzz to the place (we particularly like the buskers and craft stalls) even if it is quite touristy and at peak times gets uncomfortably busy.


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The Guards Museum

The Guards Museum

  • Birdcage Walk
  • (Wellington Barracks)
  • tel:+44 20 7414 3271 / +44 20 7414 3428 / +44 20 7414 3430
  • Visit website
  • London, SW1E 6HQ

Dedicated to Her Majesty's Household Division which protects the Sovereign and Royal Palaces... in other words, dedicated to those who wear the red tunic and bearskin hat! Small and quiet, The Guards Museum is a perfect place to learn more about the royal guards and even have your photo taken in that famous regimental tunic and hat. On display are uniforms, helmets, instruments, medals, a tent from the Crimean War and more. There's a little shop next door to the Guards Museum and you might even catch the new guards forming at nearby Wellington Barracks before the Changing of the Guard ceremony at London's Buckingham Palace. read more about The Guards Museum

Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

Oxford Circus

Oxford Circus

  • Oxford Circus
  • Regent and Oxford Street
  • London
Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

  • Cromwell Road
  • Cromwell Rd., SW7
  • tel:020/7942-2000
  • Visit website
  • London, SW7 2RL