Bookmark These 5 Places If Your Are Visiting London Like Hruta Durgule

The Phulpakhru actress is all set to perform her play Dada Ek Good News Aahe in London. If you plan to visit this city, we have your guide ready.

1. Madame Tussauds Museum

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In Phulpakhru, Vaidehi might be busy defending Manas against Revati’s accusations but in real life, the actress Hruta Durgule is all set to visit London for performing her play Dada Ek Good News Aahe. Just like her, in case, if you are planning to set foot in this city, here are places that you ought to check out. Have a look!

This museum was founded after the famous French artist Marie Tussauds who was known for her wax sculptures. While you are there, you might find a life-like statues of your favourite celebrities from Shah Rukh Khan to Lata Mangeshkar. This will be your golden ticket to clicking a selfie with their replica (if not them), don’t forget to make it brilliant!

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2. London Eye

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Located on the South Bank of River Thames, the London Eye is a popular attraction of the city. While riding on it, you will get to see an astounding view of the city from the top as all the monuments become pea-size. So, when the capsule in the wheel rises 443 ft above, don’t forget to pull out your camera and click the best pictures.

3. Warner Bros Studio Tour

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From James Bond’s Goldeneye to Harry Potter, many popular films were shot in this location. If you have grown up watching Harry Potter, taking a 3-hour tour is worth it. In this ride, you will get a close glimpse of the effort that has gone behind making these movies a success. You will see all the important aspects of the film (like Platform 9 3/4 and No. 4 Privet Drive Exterior) come to life in this studio tour.

4. Westminster Abbey

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Since the dawn of 1066, Westminister Abbey has seen the coronation of monarchs. It believed that over 3000 people have been buried in this place. This list includes the British royalty along with the known personalities like Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking and Charles Dickens. If this hasn’t impressed you, then, the architecture of Westminster Abbey will, as it has witnessed Royal Weddings and wars.

5. Hyde Park

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Hyde Park, one of the largest Royal parks, was created by King Henry VIII back in 1635 as his private hunting ground. The Serpentine and the Long Water lakes is seen to divide the park. The main attraction here is Speakers’ Corner which is used as a place for free speech.

Which of the above places are you adding to your bucket list? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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