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As one of the first metropolises, the city that served mankind for thousands of year has plenty to offer travelers. From the ancient London Wall to Westminster Abbey, the London Tower to Buckingham Palace, London student travel immerses your group in the famed capital’s history. London student tours introduce students to elegant theater, medieval castles, Shakespearean tours and world-famous works of art. See the ancient side of England with a trip to the Roman Baths and the mysterious Stonehenge.
- Visit the National Gallery
- Tour the Tower of London
- Visit Tate Modern
- Visit the Globe Theatre
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While wandering down the cobblestone streets between Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden, a knowledgeable guide will reveal the history of West End’s famous theaters and monument-filled squares. Peek into hip eateries and bustling shops.
Located in the historic Trafalgar Square, this neoclassical “Temple of the Arts” is home to some of the world’s most famous masterpieces, including Jan van Eyck’s The Arnolfini Portrait, Claude Monet’s The Water Lily Pond and Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers.
Towering above the surrounding South Bank buildings, the world’s largest Ferris wheel attracts 3.5 million yearly visitors with panoramic, awe-inspiring views of the city.
This millennia-old city comes alive with iconic sights such as Big Ben, the House of Parliament, the bustling Piccadilly Circus and the stunning St. Paul’s Cathedral. Don’t miss Buckingham Palace’s world famous Changing of the Guards.
The most visited modern art museum in the world, the galleries located in the former Bankside Power Station contain the national collection of British art from 1900 to the present day. Home to pieces by Dali, Warhol, Matisse, Duchamp and more, the museum also displays large, specially-commissioned exhibits.
A mecca for all literature lovers, the hometown of Shakespeare has inspired the likes of Charles Dickens and John Keats. Visit the homes that inspired the famous playwright.
Presumably founded in the 9th century, the oldest English speaking University is also the filming location for Harry Potter. Learn how the University evolved alongside intellectual and cultural movements, and check out sights graced by everyone’s favorite wizards.
One of London’s most infamous structures, the tower was founded as part of the Norman Conquest of England during the 9th century and has since served as a royal residence, a prison, an armory, a treasury and more. A sordid history of tortured prisoners and beheaded queens lives on alongside the impressive collection of crown jewels.
The gas-lit streets of London’s Whitechapel neighborhood set the scene for the world’s most infamous and enigmatic serial killer. Stalking prostitutes as they wandered through the poverty-stricken, largely immigrant area, the murderer brutally sliced his victims throats and mutilated their abdomens. At the locations of the crime, you’ll discover the details surrounding the events.
Built after the 11th-century invasion of William the Conqueror, this royal residence is the world’s largest and oldest inhabited castle. Eclectic architecture ranges from remnants of a medieval fortification to lavish, neoclassical Georgian apartments.
Explore an academic reconstruction of Shakespeare’s favorite open-air theatre, the original of which burnt down during a 1613 production of Henry V. Discover Shakespeare’s London through a comprehensive exhibit.
These naturally warm springs have witnessed cultural and architectural evolutions since before the Roman invasion of England. Discover Roman relics and learn about the complex’s historical modifications.
Built between 3000 B.C. and 2000 B.C., this monument is one of the world’s most famous enigmas. Theorists have proposed that this ring of standing stones was everything from a center for Merlin’s magic to a sacred burial ground.
Along with New York's Broadway theatre, West End theatre is usually considered to represent the highest level of commercial theatre in the English speaking world.