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Things to do near Falmouth

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Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

Popular Attractions in Windsor (UK) (517.8 km from Falmouth)

Dating back to the 11th century, Windsor Castle was built to defend Norman governance around London and the River Thames. Henry III went on to construct a lavish palace within the castle during the mid-13th century. Edward III added more buildings later, contributing to Windsor Castle becoming the most ambitious and costly secular buildings in...

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Popular Attractions in London (543.9 km from Falmouth)

Situated in Richmond upon Thames is Hampton Court Palace, one of many extraordinary palaces owned by King Henry VIII. An ambitious upgrade by King William III intended to rival the palace at Versailles but was stopped before completion, leaving the palace in two diverse architectural styles, Tudor and Baroque. Today the palace is a major tourist...

Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens

Popular Attractions in London (550.4 km from Falmouth)

Renowned for being the largest collection of living plants on the planet, it’s no surprise that Kew Gardens in Richmond upon Thames is one of the top attractions in London and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Established in 1840, it is home to more than 30,000 species of plants on 121 hectares of gardens. Over 100 attractions at Kew Gardens include...

Kensington Palace

Kensington Palace

Popular Attractions in Kensington (London) (563 km from Falmouth)

Set in Kensington Gardens and adjacent to Hyde Park, Kensington Palace is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent. The State Rooms are open to visitors with the option of four different routes....

Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum

Galleries and Museums in Kensington (London) (563.9 km from Falmouth)

Famous for its fascinating display of dinosaur skeletons and elaborate architecture, London’s Natural History Museum is often referred to as a "cathedral of nature". Home to 80 million life and earth science specimens, the museum is a world-famous centre of research focusing in taxonomy and conservation. In addition to great scientific value, many...

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

Galleries and Museums in Kensington (London) (563.9 km from Falmouth)

Situated on the northern perimeter of South Kensington is the Royal Albert Hall, one of the country's most loved buildings and famously known for holding The Proms concerts every summer. Since its opening by Queen Victoria in 1871, the massive concert hall has staged the world's foremost artists in a variety of events ranging from classical...

Science Museum

Science Museum

Galleries and Museums in Kensington (London) (564.1 km from Falmouth)

Situated on Exhibition Road in South Kensington along with two other main museums is one of London’s principal tourist attractions, the Science Museum. Each year 2.7 million visitors walk through its doors to see hundreds of interactive exhibits and amazing inventions including the first jet engine, Stephenson’s Rocket and the Apollo 10 Command...

Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

Galleries and Museums in Knightsbridge (564.4 km from Falmouth)

Housing over 4.5 million art objects, The Victoria and Albert Museum is the largest and most comprehensive museum of decorative arts and design on the planet. Sensational collections span 5,000 years from antiquity to modern day cultures in Europe, North America, Asia and North Africa.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park

Popular Attractions in London (565.4 km from Falmouth)

Visited by millions of Londoners and tourists each year, Hyde Park is one of London’s largest Royal Parks. Four of these main parks are linked from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park and Green Park, past Buckingham Palace and then on through Saint James's Park. Famously known for Speakers' Corner, it’s also...

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Galleries and Museums in Marylebone (567 km from Falmouth)

One of London’s quirkiest tourist attractions is a wax museum founded by sculptor Marie Tussaud in the 1800s. Today Madame Tussauds is owned by Merlin Entertainments and there are branches in major cities worldwide. Waxworks depict life-sized royals, historical figures, movie superstars, celebrities and sport icons – even notorious murderers.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Popular Attractions in London (567.7 km from Falmouth)

Buckingham Palace continues as the British Monarchy’s official London residence and workplace after the crowning of Queen Victoria in 1837. Tourists flock here to view and photograph the ceremonial Changing of the Guard in the Palace forecourt. As part of the Palace's Summer Opening, the State Rooms are open to the public between August and...

Oxford Street

Oxford Street

Popular Attractions in London (568.2 km from Falmouth)

Oxford Street in West End is London's busiest shopping street with over 300 shops including the largest Marks & Spencer store. Oxford Circus, a busy intersection with Regent Street, is situated midway along the 2.5 km road which stretches from Marble Arch at the northeast corner of Hyde Park to St Giles Circus where it becomes New Oxford Street....

Tate Britain

Tate Britain

Galleries and Museums in South Bank (569 km from Falmouth)

Tate Britain, formally the Tate Gallery, is part of the Tate group of galleries along with Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Originating in 1897, it is the oldest gallery in the network, and famously houses an extensive collection of Turner paintings.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Popular Attractions in The West End (569.2 km from Falmouth)

Westminster Abbey, formerly titled the Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster, lies just west of the Palace of Westminster. The large Gothic church was built in 1245 and remains one of the country’s most famous religious buildings and the traditional place of Royal coronations and burials.

Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square

Popular Attractions in The West End (569.4 km from Falmouth)

One of central London’s most popular tourist attractions is Trafalgar Square, a public space named to commemorate the Battle of Trafalgar victory in 1805. Dominating the centre is Nelson's Column, guarded by four lion sculptures. Amazing contemporary artworks by prizewinners of The Fourth Plinth Programme occupy the square alongside various...