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The Tower of London, like most tourist points in the capital London, it has a schedule in high season (from March 1st to October 31st) from 9 am to 5:30 pm from Tuesday to Saturday and it opens an hour later on Sundays and Mondays. So we recommend you to take advantage of the early hours of the morning, days get shorter in London. Between November 1st and February 28th it is open from 9 am to 4:30 pm from Tuesday to Saturday and from 10am on Sundays and Mondays.
At the entrance you will be given a detailed daily activities on the grounds of the Tower, including exhibitions program, the Ceremony of the Keys... Beefeaters guards make continuous free guided visits teaching the secrets and curiosities of the Tower.
St Paul's Cathedral has a height of 110 metres and it is the world's second largest cathedral (second only to St. Peter's Basilica in Rome). The place of St Paul's Cathedral has been occupied by religious buildings since no record, because it was the place chosen to place a dolmen and later a Greek temple. The temple was replaced by the church, the oldest in England, built in 604.
Westminster Abbey is one of the most prominent and historic buildings in London, where there have been coronations and royal weddings for years. Its construction dates back to 1045 when King Edward ordered its construction advised by the Pope. Most of the temple, which can be seen today, dates from between 1245 and 1517, years in which the original Romanesque Gothic style was replaced.
The National Gallery, located in the north of Trafalgar Square, is the most important art museum in London and one of the best known worldwide. The beginnings of the gallery date back to 1824, when the British government bought 38 paintings from the private collection of the banker John Julius Angerstein for 57,000 pounds. Since its creation and due to rapid growth in the number of works, the gallery has been forced to change its location several times.