Natural History Museum
It was actually the British History Museum until 1992. It has several life and earth science specimens and there are at least 70 million items in this museum. The best part is the fact that there is no admission fee.
It is one of the most famous sites in the world. Archaeologists believe that this place was created back in 3000BC. However, others claim that the stones were raised in 2200BC. It has been listed in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. It might be a burial ground in the past.
It is the most popular Christian structure in England. It was rebuilt in 1070 so it could be made larger as people wouldn’t fit in. Thomas Becket was murdered in this cathedral back in 1170.
Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
Who doesn’t know about this famous museum? Everyone who visits UK goes to this museum at least once. The reason is that all the famous people who have actually stepped on to this earth, their statues have been made out of wax and have been displayed here with their actual clothes.
Every writer and lover will be extremely excited once he visits the hometown of the legendary English writer, Shakespeare. He is still regarded as the greatest writer that the English language has ever seen.