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Natural History Museum Full review
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avatarpicture joedalton THE BEST REVIEW
Natural Beauty : Just like you would expect from a super old Natural History Museum. Lots of cool stuff to look at and read about. It takes a long while to get through everything, but I loved looking at all the old fossils and the treasure room and the massive blue whale skeleton, named "Hope".
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Victoria and Albert Museum Full review
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avatarpicture derrickoreil THE BEST REVIEW
A Must Visit : One of my favorite museums in London. If you're passioned about history this is a must visit the place. Did you know, Queen Victoria has been credited with starting the tradition of white wedding and white bridal gowns, although she was not the first royal to be married in white?
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Science Museum Full review
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avatarpicture eastonboyer THE BEST REVIEW
Very Interesting : A great day out, so many interesting things to see and play with. There are some parts of the museum where you have to pay an additional charge which can be a bit pricey but worthwhile. It is best to plan what you want to see as over many different floors. O would recommend trying not to go during the school holidays as can be extremely busy. The kids loved the interactive area.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Chelsea Physic Garden Full review
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avatarpicture lilamosci THE BEST REVIEW
Informative Place : Loved this place. Knowledgeable staff/guides who are very interested in your knowledge and eager to pass on as much information as possible and answer questions. We visited on a drizzly day but this did not impact our experience. Even my teenager daughter who wasn't keen to go loved it!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
National Army Museum Full review
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avatarpicture noahritchenko THE BEST REVIEW
Very Informative : I really enjoyed visiting this museum. I chose it because I only had a few hours in the afternoon and it was free and only a bus journey away from where I was staying. The bus leaves you right across the street.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Cheyne Walk, historic road Full review
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Brilliant Place : This is a small street with millionaires houses. They are generally well kept but it will not take you long to walk from one end to another. It is best seen as part of a walking tour of Chelsea Embankment and there are many quaint streets away from the river bank. Cheyenne Walk is not really a destination in itself.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
The art deco entrance of the Michelin House Full review
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Historic Place with sumptuous food: The house is extraordinary in design and architecture. It is home to the famous Bibendum restaurant. The restaurant serves delicious food and the staff is very friendly. The former office of the tyre company, the building with its vivid outlook is an impressive place to visit.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Kensington Palace Full review
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Just Brilliant : Absolutely worth the wait and I would do it again in a heartbeat. You need to arrive by 9:15 if you're going to be in the front row near the fence. If you don't you will be pushed out of the way and you won't be able to see anything. They have turned it into quite a two hour show for tourists which is wonderful.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
King's Road, historic street Full review
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avatarpicture aidenbearman THE BEST REVIEW
Favorite Place : Chelsea is one of my favorite parts of London in the sense that it is sure to entertain you! The rich yet somewhat miserable characters that you come across will definitely put a smile on your face. A must visit!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Oscar Wilde's house at...
Travel picture of Oscar Wilde's house at 34 Tite Street Tite Street is a street in Chelsea, London, England, within the Royal Borough...
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Royal Hospital Chelsea...
Travel picture of Royal Hospital Chelsea, retirement & nursing home The Royal Hospital Chelsea is a retirement home and nursing home for some 300...
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Leighton House Museum
Travel picture of Leighton House Museum The Leighton House Museum is in the Holland Park district of Kensington and C...
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Peace Pagoda
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Royal Albert Hall
Travel picture of Royal Albert Hall The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensing...
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Design Museum
The Design Museum is a museum in Kensington, London, which covers product, in...
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Carlyle's House
Travel picture of Carlyle's House Carlyle's House, in Chelsea, central London, was the home acquired by the his...
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Saatchi Gallery, galle...
The Saatchi Gallery is a London gallery for contemporary art, opened by Charl...
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Ranelagh Gardens
Travel picture of Ranelagh Gardens Ranelagh Gardens were public pleasure gardens located in Chelsea, then just ...
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Mick Jagger, Keith Ric...
Travel picture of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Brian Jones temporary residence
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Chelsea Old Church
Travel picture of Chelsea Old Church The Chelsea Old Church, also known as All Saints, is an Anglican church, on O...
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South Kensington, dist...
South Kensington is an affluent district of West London in the Royal Borough ...
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