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Westminster has one of the highest volume of historic landmarks and tourist attractions in London. There is plenty to do from artsy to educational to relaxing.  

The area is not just full of visitor attractions, it is home to educational institutions, the seat of the UK Parliament and The Palace of Westminster which is one of London's four World Heritage Sites!

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For art enthusiasts, Westminster is home to the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and Tate Britain. You can also visit The Royal Academy of Arts, an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects.

Big Ben

Big Ben is one of London’s most recognizable icons sitting north of The River Thames. The name was actually given specifically to the bell on the clock tower at The Houses of Parliament and is a perfect photo opportunity.

Houses of Parliament

There are guided and audio tours of The Houses of Parliament which showcase a fascinating look into 1,000 years of history and present day British politics. Tours starts from the Queen’s Robing Room and end in the 900-year-old Westminster Hall. Tours are available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian and Mandarin.

Westminster Abbey

With many royal coronations and weddings, Westminster Abbey is worth a visit. Prince William and Kate Middleton, now Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and The Duchess of Cambridge married here in 2011.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has been the official London dwelling of the UK's sovereigns since 1837. Visitors can tour the palace's lavish private and state rooms. Watching the changing of the guard is a highlight of any visit to London.

Cabinet War Rooms

Learn the stories hidden beneath the streets of Westminster where Winston Churchill ran WW2 from. This museum is one of the five branches of the Imperial War Museum.


As Westminster is in the heart of Central London, there is a plethora of different cuisines for all tastes and budgets.


Westminster underground station is served by the Circle line, the Jubilee line and the District line. St James's Park also has an underground station, which is connected to the Circle line and District line. There are a number of bus routes that go through the area. Or how about catching the river bus services from Westminster Pier.

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