London – The British Museum, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Whitehall
The British Museum is the largest museum in the world. It houses the biggest collections of all kinds of animals and minerals and rocks.
Buckingham Palace is the official home of British Kings and Queens. It was built by the Duke of Buckingham in the 18th century as a country house. The Changing of the Guards takes place in front of it every day at 11.30 am.
Westminster Abbey was founded in the 11th century. The Coronation Chair in Westminster Abbey is an old church in the middle of London and is nearly 700 years old. The coronations of British Kings and Queens take place there. The first coronation took place in 1066.
The street running from Trafalgar Square to the Houses of Parliament is Whitehall. The Horse Guards is one of the most famous and popular sights in London during the Changing of the Guards.