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Three Locations in London to Visit This Year

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If you work full time or would simply like more time with friends and family, making the most of any time you get off is a must. In the latest blog post from Guideline Coaches Ltd, we take a look at the top London locations to visit this year.

1)London Wetland Centre

Getting out in nature can often be the most fun way to spend a weekend or some time off, particularly if you have been cooped up inside all week. Visit London Wetland Centre and you may spot some of the prettiest ducks that make their home here, including wigeon, teal and pintail. The abundant nature trails at London Wetland Centre are suitable for individuals that prefer to enjoy the tranquillity alone, for families and children.

2) Queen Charlotte’s Cottage

Open during the spring, Queen Charlotte’s Cottage was used by the Royal Family as a space for relaxing during their walks. The surrounding woodland has maintained its natural state over the years, as requested by Queen Victoria in 1898, and the enchanting cottage grounds boasts one of London’s fines bluebell woods.

3) Kenwood House

Kenwood House dates back to the 17th century. Since then, it has undergone multiple renovations and today hosts a collection of stunning artwork, free for everyone to enjoy. What’s more, the onsite eateries and stunning gardens will ensure that you make the most of your time here. Walk around the grand house, have a picnic in the beautiful outdoors, then pick up your perfect reminder of the day from the two onsite gift shops,

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