There are now some 300 figures in the collection: current movie A-listers who require no more than a first name. This is a lively place to come, and although its’ hugely popular, the journey through is well managed. Even the most reluctant star spotter among your party can’t help but crack a smile.
The Sherlock Holmes Museum
Every lovingly recreated detail here conspires to persuade visitors to suspend their disbelief and feel themselves travelling back in time to a preserved fragment of historical reality. The Sherlock Holmes Museum bristles with murder weapons, Victoriana and waxworks depicting scenes from the stories.
Buckingham Palace is the working headquarters of the British Monarchy. The highpoint of royal entertaining at Buckingham Palace today is the State Rooms which includes: Paintings by Rembrandt, Rubens, Vermeer, Poussin, Canaletto and Claude, Sculpture by Canova and Chantrey, Exquisite examples of Sèvres porcelain, Some of the finest English and French furniture in the world. Buckingham Palace is one of the world’s few remaining working royal palaces – don’t miss the chance to see it.
Created in 1536 by Henry Vlll for hunting, at 1.5 miles long and about a mile wide, Hyde Park is one of the largest of London’s Royal Parks. London’s oldest boating lake, The Serpentine, is at the bottom of Hyde Park.