What are the famous places across the River Thames?

The River Thames is quite a long river and travels a fair distance from the Cotswolds before reaching Greater London and finding its way to the Thames Estuary

It passes through Henley, then on to Windsor, passing Windsor Castle, and Eton the famous school. It then runs through Chertsey before making its way to Hampton Court , passing Hampton Court Palace. It then passes through Twickenham before making its way to Richmond, and up pass Kew Gardens on One Side, and Syon Park and Syon Park House on the other side.

It passes under Kew Bridge and then Putney Bridge as it heads for Central London.

As it heads to Battersea it passes Battersea Power station and Battersea Park on its way to the Embankment

The Embankment holds most of the famous places, such a the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and the London Eye, Tate Gallery and Southbank. Passing The naval Ship HMS Belfast that is a museum it heads to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London and the new City Hall for the Mayor before curling around the Docklands and the O2 Arena.

Heading towards Greenwich it passes the Cutty Sark and the National Maritime Museum before making its way to the Thames Barrier and widening into the Thames Estuary

On its journey it branches off into several Canals and Docks, which have a long history as part of London's Shipping Empire.