Visit the Royal Observatory Greenwich to stand on the historic Prime Meridian of the World, see the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and explore your place in the universe at London’s only planetarium. --- http://www.rmg.co.uk/royal-observatory/meridian-line-and-historic-observatory
The Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London founded in 1675. The site of the Prime Meridian as well as the origin of Greenwich Mean Time, now the Observatory's historic buildings house a museum of astronomy, navigation and timekeeping as well as the Weller Galleries of modern astronomy and the award winning Peter Harrison Planetarium.
My parents were in town the other week, so on a particularly beautiful September Sunday, my mum and I headed to Hyde Park to visit this year's Serpentine Pavilion. The yearly structure is an event in the architecture world, as well as in the London cultur
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, located on the banks of the River Thames in south-west London are over 300 acres and includes a very extensive arboretum, water features, herbaceous bedding, some of the world's largest and most famous botanical glasshouses,& many historic buildings.The Gardens are "royal" because for many years before Kew became a national botanical institute kings & other members of the royal family either lived on or owned the land & buildings at the present site.