London, United Kingdom

Places to visit
Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is the largest and oldest continually occupied castle in the world, dating back to the 1070s.  William I (a.k.a. the Conqueror) chose the location to help protect the city of London, roughly a day’s march to the east.  It was located adjacent to the Windsor Forest, a popular hunting ground.  Subsequent kings modified and expanded the palace.  Henry II rebuilt large portions with stone.  Edward IV commissioned the magnificent St. George’s Chapel in the 1470s. 

Prior to the English Civil War, when it was occupied and used ...

10 Downing Street
BBC Broadcasting House
Brick Lane
British Library
British Museum
Buckingham Palace
Charles Dickens House and Museum
Churchill War Rooms
Clarence House
Covent Garden
Emirates Air Line
Fleet Street
Florence Nightingale Museum
Globe Theater
Grant Museum of Zoology
Harry Potter Shop at Platform 9 ¾
Harry Potter: Warner Brother's Studio Tour
HMS Belfast
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens
Keats House
Kew Gardens
King’s Cross Station
London Eye
London Zoo
Lord's - Home of Cricket
Madam Tussauds
Millennium Bridge
National Gallery
Natural History Museum London
O2 Arena
River Thames Boat Rides
Saint James's Park
Sherlock Holmes Museum
South Kensington Museums
St Paul's Cathedral
Tate Modern
The London Dungeon
The Royal Opera House
Tower Bridge
Tower of London
Trafalgar Square
Victoria and Albert Museum
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Palace (Houses of Parliament)
What to do with kids in tow
Whitechapel Road