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London Waterloo Station or Waterloo Station is a Grade II listed railway terminal that forms part the London Underground complex. It lies within the city of London in proximity within the southern bank of the Thames River. The venue is under the ownership and management of the Network Rail. It first opened on the 11th of July 1848 and is still working today. The station is popular for its long history, facilities and charming outer and interior design.
Waterloo Underground Station is on the Jubilee Line, the Bakerloo Line and the Northern Line and it is near many tourist attractions including The London Eye, The South Bank and County Hall.
Top Attractions nearby London Waterloo Station:
Kew Gardens or the Royal Botanic Gardens is a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site that homes the world's largest plants collection, facilities, several historical relics and buildings (i.e., The Temperate House, the Kew Palace and Queen Charlotte's Cottage). It is a marvelous paradise like destination to learn about the country's history and the importance and beauty of plants.
London Eye is currently Europe's tallest Ferris wheel. It is located west of Jubilee Gardens near the river Thames. The facility has thirty-two (32) sealed and air conditioned passenger capsules. Each capsule is wide and can hold up to twenty-five (25) people inside perfect to view a lot of interesting parts of the city from the top i.e., the Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster.
Madame Tussauds then known as "Madam Tussaud's" is a wax museum located along Marylebone Road. The famous wax sculptor Marie Tussaud founded it. The museum is famous for its wide collection of wax artwork figures of royalties, famous singers, murderers, sports stars and etc.
Tower of London or Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress is an ancient castle that served many generations of English royalties for several purposes i.e., royal abode, protection, prison and etcetera. The castle lies along the northern bank of River Thames and is famous for its wonderful architectural style, the white tower, some ghost rumors and the Jewel House.
Victoria and Albert Museum is one of the three prime museums located along the Exhibition Road and is named after the late Prince Albert and Queen Victoria. The museum features magnificent collection from way back 5,000 years ago and today under the departments of Ceramics and Glass, furniture, Textile and Fashion, Metalwork, Sculpture and World Image.
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