Built in the form of an amphitheater, this is surely the most spectacular venue in London. It was opened by Queen Victoria in 1871 and dedicated to her late husband, Albert. This is the place to catch the legendary summer concert series, the BBC Proms. Sunday mornings, they host intimate concerts by rising stars from the neighboring Royal College of Music. If you are interested in seeing more, ask about the sightseeing tours that teach a bit more about the history of the building.
Stunning Victorian building with the world famous round scene and amazing programme of concerts and entertainment throughout the year.
A renowned music hall walking distance from you, where major names in music from Beatles to BBC orchestra performed. Check their website to the current programme
“Great for a rainy day. Fair journey in the tube but it’s free to get in and they have some amazing things to see, beautiful area of London to walk around. Harris’s is also close by for a little look 👀 ”
“Kensington Palace is where Princess Diana lived and both William and Harry do too”
“Harrods is known as one of the largest department stores in the country with a whopping 5 acres of retail space. Home to the luxury Harrods Hamper, this department store is a prime location for London tourists to find a great souvenir to bring back to their loved ones. If you want to be one of the 3000 visitors who visit a day, then be sure not to miss the incredible 330 departments. Products which the department store offers includes clothing for all sexes and ages, haute cuisine, cakes, tailors, arcade machines, financial and banking services as well as its own beauty spa and salon. This all-encompassing department store is not one to miss if you fancy a day of pampering and high class care.”
“The Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD, United Kingdom Hours: Friday 10am–6pm Saturday 10am–6pm Sunday 10am–6pm Monday 10am–6pm Tuesday 10am–6pm Wednesday 10am–6pm Thursday 10am–6pm Suggest an edit”
“The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is the world's largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design, as well as sculpture, housing a permanent collection of over 2.27 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.”
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