What was in London before the London eye?

There are thousands of tourist attractions in London.
Landmarks in London span from all sorts of eras, from prehistoric times, the Roman Empire, Tudors, Elizabethan, Victorian, World War and so on.

A short list of some of the thousands of interest points in London:
- Buckingham Palace
- Trafalgar Square
- Covent Gardens
- Natural History Museum
- British Library
- Tower of London
- London Dungeons
- London Tower Bridge
- Big Ben
- London Zoo
- Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
- Charles Dickens Museum
- Royal Crown Jewel Fortress
- Parliaments
- House of Lords
- Madame Tussuads
- "West End" (UK's version of USA's "Broadway". The UK's West End existed long before USA's Broadway).
- Rose Theatre
- Millennium Bridge
- St Paul's Cathedral
- Admiral Nelson's Monument
And so on.

London's Natural History Museum contains relics from every era the country has progressed through, from prehistoric dinosaurs to modern times.
You'll even find a few Mummies from Egypt.

The list is huge and endless.
London is the centre of many different arts and cultures in Europe. Many Roman Emperors declared London the third best city in Europe, after Rome and Constantinople. Many countries have "twinned" their own cities with London. Most notably, Mumbai, where even the street names are the exact same as London's.
There are thousands of tourist attractions in London.
Landmarks in London span from all sorts of eras, from prehistoric times, the Roman Empire, Tudors, Elizabethan, Victorian, World War and so on.

A short list of some of the thousands of interest points in London:
- Buckingham Palace
- Trafalgar Square
- Covent Gardens
- Natural History Museum
- British Library
- Tower of London
- London Dungeons
- London Tower Bridge
- Big Ben
- London Zoo
- Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
- Charles Dickens Museum
- Royal Crown Jewel Fortress
- Parliaments
- House of Lords
- Madame Tussuads
- "West End" (UK's version of USA's "Broadway". The UK's West End existed long before USA's Broadway).
- Rose Theatre
- Millennium Bridge
- St Paul's Cathedral
- Admiral Nelson's Monument
And so on.

London's Natural History Museum contains relics from every era the country has progressed through, from prehistoric dinosaurs to modern times.
You'll even find a few Mummies from Egypt.

The list is huge and endless.
London is the centre of many different arts and cultures in Europe. Many Roman Emperors declared London the third best city in Europe, after Rome and Constantinople. Many countries have "twinned" their own cities with London. Most notably, Mumbai, where even the street names are the exact same as London's.