What are the Charles Dickens tourist attractions in London?
There's a museum.
The Dickens repository in central London means to celebrate the best novelists in British history Charles Dickens. The museum exhibits over 100,000 items from personal items to artwork and manuscripts from some of his books.
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Charles Dickens had to move to London, England because his familymoved there. Charles Dickens was only ten years old when the entirefamily moved to London, England in 1822.
Charles Dickens lived at 48 Doughty Street in Holborn, London withhis wife, Catherine. The house is now the Charles Dickens Museum.
The London eye is very fun. The Tower of London is also great! The London bridge and buckingham palace! even a bus tour! British are friendly. and London is CLEANER than Paris….
Some attractions are:. Buckingham Palace - the home of the Royal Family.. The London Eye - the massive big wheel for viewing London. The Houses of Parliament. Trafalgar sq…uare - where you can hand feed the tame pidgeons. Tower Bridge. Big Ben (the famous clock). Madame Tussards waxworks (where wax statues can be seen of famous figures). Hyde Park. Harrods (a traditional massive store and probably the 'poshest' store in the UK. The Thames which you can take a cruise down. The London Dungeon (not a real dungeon)
The Dickens family left Chatham for London in 1822, an event that some say effectively ended Charles' childhood.
the London eye and big ben. by Nicole lally aged 10 1/2
In terms of numbers of visitors it's the Tate Modern (Over 5 million per year)
They are attracted to London because of all its sights
Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, London Eye, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, 10 Downing Street, Westminster Abbey, St Pauls Cathedral, Cabinet War Rooms, Big Ben and Houses… of Parliament, River Cruises, St James Park, Piccadilly Circus, Greenwich, London Aquarium, Harrods department store, Globe Theatre, HMS Belfast.
Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Eye, Westminster Cathedral, Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park, Tower of London, St Katherines Dock, Tower Bridge, River Thames, Gr…eenwich, National Gallery, Tate Modern, St Pauls Cathedral, etc etc.
Some tourist attractions can be: #1 - The London Eye #2 - Buckingham Palace #3 - Big Ben
Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, Downing Street, London Eye, Big Ben, Westminster Cathedral, Tower of London, Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, St Paul's Cathedral, The Monument …plus many more.
Buckingham Palace . London Eye . Big Ben . Tower Bridge . Trafalgar Square
There are attractions obviously such as shops where tourists can buy souvenirs. Also, there are mini funfair rides where children are attracted to and intend to play there.