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Across The Pond: The 5 Coolest Things To See On A Trip To London

Must-see places to visit on a trip to London – So, you’ve finally booked your dream trip to London? Hooray! Whether you leave in a couple of hours or in a couple of months, planning your trip in advance will allow you to make the most out of your time while exploring all the sights you want to see.

Britain’s capital houses some amazing historical sites and modern tourist destinations. You’ll find places you love, whether you’re a history buff or a lover of theater arts. There’s something for everyone.

Although London is notoriously expensive, even the most frugal of travelers can get an amazing experience exploring the famous city. If you’re interested in learning which are the 5 coolest sights to see on a trip to London, follow along!

5 Must See Destinations on a Trip to London:


1. Westminster Abbey:

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This medieval church is one of the most famous places in London. Tons of royal events have occurred inside the church over hundreds of years.

If you’re an avid royal family watcher, you’ll remember Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s wedding occurring in this very church. Famous burials have also taken place there, including the burials of Mary Queen of Scots, Elizabeth I, and Henry III.

The building is approximately 700 years old and boasts some beautiful architecture. It’s a sight that cannot be missed!


2. The British Museum:

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This is one of the top free attractions in the city. The British Museum houses some incredible treasures, like the Rosetta Stone and the Elgin Marbles. It’s not an eyesore either.

Their immense collection may seem a bit overwhelming. Planning ahead and picking the exhibitions that interest you the most can make the experience less frustrating and more enjoyable.


3. Piccadilly Circus:

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Usually, compared to New York’s Time Square, this is the perfect destination for the shopaholic or partier in your group. This area of London is always teeming with activity and is perfect for going out to nightclubs.

If you’re interested in going to a nightclub in Picadilly Circus, here are the Reign table prices.


4. Warner Bros Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter:

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If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you’re going to love this one. While touring the Warner Bros studio in London you’ll be able to see the original costumes and props used in all Harry Potter films.

You can even step inside actual sets, like the Great Hall, Hagrid’s Hut, and Dumbledore’s office! What could be more magical than that?


5. Buckingham Palace:

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A list of sites to see in London would not be complete without a mention of Buckingham Palace. This is the Queen’s official London residence. Did you know the palace has 775 rooms?

At the palace, you can spot the Changing of the Guard, the Royal Collections, and the nineteen State Rooms. Be aware that tours start at around 23 pounds per person, which is approximately $30.

If you travel frugally, you can still see the Changing of the Guard at 11:30 am during the summer months.

Wrapping Up:

A trip to London would not be complete without hitting up these magical spots. If you have time, there are tons of other sites to see around the city.

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Crooklyn

The metro symbols for the lines that run through Brooklyn are melded into this design.

Cool concept from United Five, who says this about their work:

“we want to bring a back to the good old days feeling with our designs. We like to use images from inner city places, things, icons what ever. We’re an urban brand that want to keep it simple and clean.”

$32 + shipping at United Five

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Seatshirt // Tokyo

From the “strange, but yes, they really put that on a shirt” department, comes these designs from Austrian company Seatshirt.

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As the story goes: Their line is dedicated to rediscovering and showcasing patterns found from fabrics of seat covers in trains, buses and subway cars around the world.

I’ll grant them the fact that most people never think twice about the seats they sit on, and it’s interesting to see these designs captured and brought to light in a larger venue. But can these patterns, once probably minute design decisions in a much larger project, can make it as t-shirt designs?

EU38 + shipping at Seatshirt

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