Culture in London

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Culture In London

This is the Centre of International Culture with places like

Tate Modern and its funky collection of modern art.

National Gallery paintings are from Western Europe and reflect religion and History.

Science Museum, in South Kensington offers a magical journey of discovery from everyday things to Chemistry and Computing.

National Portrait Gallery, displays a fantastic range of modern to 18th Century portraits with one of the oldest being Henry VII.

National History Museum and British Museum. People travel from far afield to visit these famous places of interest with their extraordinary displays of arts and collection from around the globe.

The beautiful St Paul's Cathedral which was designed by the famous Sir Christopher Wren is another historic building that can't be missed!

A trip to London wouldn't be worth it without visiting the Royal Opera House home to the Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera for that special evening out.

The Scoop amphitheatre on the Riverside is close to Tower Bridge and has a brilliant programme of music, theatre and plays for all ages.

There is also the Docklands Museum where you can learn and discover about the River, Port and the People.

Year on Year the Queen celebrates her Birthday with the Trooping the Colour and you can see this in full swing in June.

Dragon Statues mark the boundary of the City of London which is around one square mile in area.