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St Martin's Theatre first opened in 1916, and has been showing the world's longest running play, Agatha Christie's 'Mousetrap', since 1974. Visitors can only conclude that a play that can continue to enrapture and enthrall audiences for more than 50 years, must be worth seeing. With a licensed bar on every floor, comfortable seating, wheelchair access and box seating you can be sure of a pleasant and memorable experience.
Established in 1841, London Library is the result of the efforts of Thomas Carlyle, to whom the policies of the British Museum Library bothered. The library is considered to be one of the biggest independent lending libraries of the world, and among leading literary institutions in united Kingdom. The library is open to general public.
Thames River Services has been offering visitors tours of London for over 50 years. They started out only offering a cruise from Westminster to Greenwich, but have now expanded their services, offering tourists views of various popular landmarks and historical attractions, along the river Thames. Their guided cruise will offer you with magnificent views of the Houses of Parliament, Millennium Wheel, Cleopatra's Needle, Westminster Abbey and many more attractions. This is an apt cruise to undertake, for a quick glimpse of London.
Lying to the north of Piccadilly Circus, is Golden Square—a small park formerly known as the Gelding Square. The statue of a mythical figure, George II, stands right in the middle of the square. The benches placed around the square usually have teenagers or older people sitting, catching up on gossip. The square is popular as a political and ambassadorial district housing many embassies.
This small royal palace is a current London residence for Prince Charles, and foreign ambassadors are officially received here. Henry VIII originally ordered its construction for Anne Boleyn in 1532, and it served as the monarch's London residence until Queen Victoria ascended to the throne in 1837. Because the palace is still in use by the Royal family, its not open to the public. However, both the Chapel Royal - scene of five royal weddings - and Queen's Chapel in Marlborough Road are open to visitors on Sundays. It's also worth turning up for the changing of the guard in Friary Court, which takes place daily at 11a.
The biggest aquarium in the city, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium has a huge collection, one of the largest in Europe. Piranhas, jellyfish, sting rays, seahorses, clown fish and Gentoo penguins can be observed here. Visitors can experience the Shark Reef Encounter and come face to face with sharks separated by a glass casing or feed turtles yourself. The aquarium also organizes conservation programs in which one can participate.