Today is the triumphal arch for London as well as for visitors a true tourist attraction and a great addition for an unforgettable day trip. Visitors can enjoy a magnificent view of the Royal Parks of London and the houses of Parliament from the balconies at the spectacular bronze sculpture. The views of the household Cavalry on their way to the and also invites to watch by the changing of the guard. Quadriga Gallery in addition to the new exhibition on the history of the Wellington arch, this London landmark houses an additional exhibition space the Quadriga Gallery. The Gallery hosts a number of exhibitions that explore the history and heritage of England. 2Nd February 2014, the exhibition is “almost lost – London’s buildings loved & loathed”.
Jewel Tower of almost 650 years old jewel tower is a fascinating tourist attraction in the heart of Westminster. The tower was built in 1365 to house the treasures of Edward III and was known as ‘King’s Privy Wardrobe’. It is one of only two buildings of the medieval palace of Westminster, the fire of 1834 have survived. The Tower has a ribbed Vault from the 14th century with ornate ceiling carvings. A new exhibition on the three floors of the Tower light towers and the changing roles in the course of the centuries the history of the jewel and includes a model of the ‘lost’ medieval Westminster Palace, replicas of valuable objects, including a court from the 18th century.
Winchester Palace the remains of Winchester Palace located In the London Innenbezirk Southwark once one of the largest and most important buildings of the entire medieval London. Built at the beginning of the 13th century as the residence of the powerful Bishop of Winchester, the former outstanding and spacious residence is only a ruin with a few walls of the Knights Hall. Although almost completely destroyed by the fire of 1814, the remaining ruins hinted the former splendour of the Palace, which stood alongside the South Bank of the Thames. Visitors can the sprawling site, which also has a number other buildings to admire as a prison, a brewery and a slaughterhouse included, discover and the stunning architecture of the remaining walls including a magnificent rose window on the west gable. These and other historical attractions of London are only a short drive from the Dover station, where the ferry to England from France.