Welcome to London Welcome to London Here are some ideas of places to visit on your day out … Here are some ideas of places to visit on your day out … Trafalgar Square Covent Garden Buckingham Palace St James Park The British Museum The Natural Museum The National Gallery The Globe
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square In the middle of Trafalgar Square, theres a statue of Admiral Nelson. Its called Nelsons Column and its 56 metres tall. The National Gallery is next to Trafalgar Square.
Theres a big market at Covent Garden, but there isnt a garden! You can buy all kids of presents and souvenirs. There are also some nice shops and cafes here. You can buy all kids of presents and souvenirs. There are also some nice shops and cafes here. Covent Garden
Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace The Queen sometimes lives at Buckingham Palace, opposite St James Park. There are 775 rooms in the Palace, but you cant visit all of them!
St James Park St James Park It isnt only a beautiful park, but its a big stadium.
The British Museum At the British Museum, there are some amazing Egyptian mummies.
The Nature History Museum The Nature History Museum But if you want to see dinosaurs, go to the Natural History Museum. Theres a big dinosaur gallery there.
The National Gallery The National Gallery The National Gallery in London has got 2300 paintings. More than four million people visit the gallery every year.
The Globe The Globe is a modern version of Shakespeares theatre. Its similar to the original theatre from Its next to the River Thames.
Harrods is a famous department store. Its got 330 different departments, including an enormous supermarket. You can have lunch here – there are 18 bars and restaurants. Theres even a traditional English pub. Harrods
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