Big Ben isn't open to the general public.
It is free to visit Big Ben in London. However, you must be a British Citizen and you must arrange to visit it with you local MP in advance.
It's a tourist attraction!
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Yes, you can still visit it in London.
Big Ben isn't open to the public except by special invitation from a Member of Parliament.
It is not really known how many people visit Big Ben year on year. Suffice to say however, that Big Ben is one of the most visited landmarks in the UK.
Big Ben is one of the enduring symbols of England. Replicas of the giant clock are produced to capitalize on tourists that visit London.
It isn't possible to visit inside Big Ben as an overseas tourist. British tourists can visit inside Big Ben only on invitation by their own Member of Parliament. Most visitors to London will want to see Big Ben but that can only be done from outside the building. The most popular paid for tourist attraction in London is the London Eye which is located adjacent to Big Ben.
Because lot's of people visit it all year . :)(:
because its a top tourist attraction