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Written on: 10/06/2013 by lisajc (2 reviews written)
The Houses of parliament is one of the most important buildings in British history. You can see where all the important decisions are made and also, you may even bump into some MP's and possibly the Prime Minister! The building itself is beautiful, and there are many interesting facts about events that have happened behind closed doors. Discover how the system works. It shows you have the voting system in England is different to that of the US(and not even some English people know that!)… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2012 by saintgileshighgate (34 reviews written)
The House of Parliament Tour was a bit boring, but there are a lot of lovely rooms in there. You can't take pictures because it's a highly secret building. When you get in there you have to pass a security check, like you were going on a plane. But the price was only £ 10 with a student card. It was nice to see it. The guides tell you a lot about the History of London and the Parliament. After the Tour you can buy some souveniers… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2010 by Britainboy (23 reviews written)
Big Ben is everything to London and the UK. It's definitely worth seeing amongst the other million things to see around London. It's the largest four-faced chiming clock in the world and first chimed on 31st May 1859. This attraction is suited for all ages, I remember first seeing it when I was about four or five and even today it's still stunning and worth seeing. Big Ben is also brilliant as it helps London to have the biggest and the best new year celebrations. Big Ben and London are the… Read Full Review
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