London Landmarks

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Locations

City of London

The Tower of London

Tower of London

The Tower of London

Tower of London

The Tower of London

About the Tower of London

The Tower of London takes its name from the White Tower which was constructed in around 1078 by William the Conqueror. Over the last 900 years the Tower of London has served a number of uses including a fortress, armoury, royal palace, royal mint, treasury, menagerie, prison & more recently the home to the crown jewels. The Tower is guarded by the Yeoman Warders who were formed by King Henry VII in 1485.

Royal Borough of Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College

Old Royal Naval College, Royal Borough of Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College

Old Royal Naval College, Royal Borough of Greenwich

Old Royal Naval College

About Old Royal Naval College

The Old Royal Naval College is Sir Christopher Wren’s riverside masterpiece, built in the 17th Century as the Royal Hospital for Seamen on the site of the Tudor Palace of Placentia. The Old Royal Naval College boasts beautiful surroundings & some of the most magnificent interiors in London. The Painted Hall in King William Court is home to the largest painted ceiling in Europe, a Baroque masterpiece by Sir James Thornhill depicting over 30 years of English aristocracy & British Naval Power. The Chapel of St Peter & St Paul in Queen Mary Court has a beautiful interior designed by James ‘Athenian’ Stewart. Visitors to the Old Royal Naval College can enjoy tours of the Painted Hall & the grounds & visit the cafe & gift shop located in King William Court.

Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark, Royal Borough of Greenwich | Viscount Cruises

Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark, Royal Borough of Greenwich | Viscount Cruises

Cutty Sark

About Cutty Sark

Visit the last remaining tea clipper, Cutty Sark. Originally built at Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869 she spent her working life transporting cargo including tea from China and wool from Australia. She has now been fully restored and is an award winning visitor attraction.

The Queens House

aThe Queens House, Royal Borough of Greenwich

The Queen’s House

aThe Queens House, Royal Borough of Greenwich

The Queen’s House

About The Queen's House

The Queens House was the first classical building in England, built by Inigo Jones for Queen Anne of Denmark, wife of King James I. Now over 400 years old the house has been extensively refurbished and is home to an internationally renowned art collection.

Include: 4th April 2020- 19th April 2020