1. British sightseeing'sMade by Vlada Ungurianu and Nurmukhammad Dzhumaev.
2. Ravens of the Tower of LondonThe first Royal Observatory was located in
the north eastern turret(tower) of the White
Tower. Legend has it that John Flamsteed, the
‘astronomical observatory’ complained to King
Charles II that the birds we're disturbing him.
The King therefore ordered their destruction
only to be told that if the ravens left the Tower,
the White Tower would fall and a great disaster
happens to the Kingdom. Later, the King
changed his mind and said that at least six
ravens should be kept at the Tower at all times
to prevent disaster.
4. London dungeonThe London Dungeon is one of the
capital's 'must-see' signature attractions
- attracting audiences for almost 40
years. You and your companions walk
through the Dungeon, moving from
professional actors. The shows are
based on real London history and
6. Madame TussaudsMadame
museum in London with smaller
museums in a number of other
major cities. It was founded by
Madame Tussauds is a major
famous and historic people and
also popular film characters like
Camilla Parker Bowles and others.
7. The Sherlock Holmes museumThe world famous detective Sherlock
Holmes lived at 221b Baker Street
between 1881-1904, according to the
stories written by Sir Arthur Conan
Mr Holmes shared his rooms with his
loyal friend and colleague Dr Watson
and the house is protected by the
government due to its "special
architectural and historical interest."
The 1st floor study overlooking Baker
Street is faithfully by Mrs Hudson in