Three Major London Sights You Can Get to in Twenty Minutes or Less from the Park Grand Hotel

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Though travelling around London is easy with public transport, sometimes it’s nice to explore the area in which you’re staying. Not only does this cut down on the time that you spend travelling to other places in the city each day, but it also ensures that you get to see the major sights that are located close by. There are a lot of things to see and do in central London, many of which you can get to within twenty minutes or less of the Park Grand Hotel.

Three London Sights Worth Checking Out

The Park Grand Hotel is in a fantastic location and it’s extremely central. This means that a lot of London’s major sights are right around the corner. Here are three of the best:

1.    Hyde Park – A short walk from the hotels in Queen Gardens, is Hyde Park. Hyde Park is one of London’s most well-known parks and because of that it’s extremely popular with residents and tourists alike. There’s a lot of things to see and do in the park, such as The Serpentine Lake and Speakers’ Corner. There’s also great wildlife, large open spaces and areas to chill out with friends or family. It’s easy to see why so many people head to Hyde Park as a way to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Just minutes away from the Park Grand London Hyde Park is one of the park’s many entrances, which takes you directly into the park itself. There’s no need to travel anywhere, as Hyde Park is right on your doorstep.

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2.    Royal Albert Hall – Located on the other side of the park to the Park Grand London Hyde Park and the hotels in Queens Gardens, is the Royal Albert Hall. The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall known for its impressive architecture, history and wide range of events. It was first opened in 1871 and since then it has held a number of concerts and shows, including the Proms. Whether you book tickets to see an event at the Royal Albert Hall or you just check out as a sight to see, you won’t be disappointed.

Albert Hall

3.    Natural History Museum – One of the great things about London, is that all of the museums and galleries are free to enter. This is fantastic news if you’re keen to check out one of London’s most popular museums, the Natural History Museum. Home to an abundance exhibits and things to see, the Natural History Museum is fantastic for all ages. It even showcases items collected by Charles Darwin himself and impressive dinosaur skeletons. The Natural History Museum is close by to the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, which is ideal if you’re interested in spending the day exploring other major London sights.

 Natural History Museum

There are a lot of sights to see in London, which is why a little bit of planning is recommended. Consider which sights and attractions are located close by to one another, visiting them within the same day. It’s a good way to ensure that you’re able to see everything that you want to see.