London is one of the most popular cities across the globe that is known and loved for its rich history, heritage and architecture. This feature of the city makes it home to some of the most glorious monuments, palaces, buildings of architectural importance and places of historic importance.
If you are someone keen on history and want to explore the subject, then London is the place for you. The North of London has some great gems worth visiting and exploring for all history buffs.
To easily and quickly visit the most popular historical places in north London, book yourself a stay at the Park Avenue Bayswater in Hyde Park. The hotel provides high-end facilities and amenities in the heart of the city whilst providing the calm and quiet inside the hotel. Its ideal location is great to access London’s transport facilities as well as several famous attractions.
Here’s a list of places you must visit in north London that have great historical significance.
This historical marvel is significant for its architecture and is till date being used by kings and queens who are crowned here and some famous people are even buried here. This Gothic style nave is the heart of politics and power in Britain even today. Built in the 13th century the closest station to this Abbey is Westminster or St. James Park station. The royal wedding of Kate and William took place here along with other significant coronation ceremonies.
Originally a Roman residence, this cathedral was built in the 15th century. Still an active parish today it was attended by glorious figures like Shakespear, Chaucer and more. Here you will find many exhibits charting the history of the cathedral. The closest tube station to the cathedral is the London Bridge. You can learn a lot about the history, power and religion of London here.
One of the most popular attractions and prominent squares in London, this place is famous for Britain’s victory over the French in a battle off the Coast of Spain. This place now hosts several protests and other public events. The closest tube station here is the Charing Cross station. This location celebrates the power and greatness of this city. To easily access this place book hotels near Buckingham Palace.
Booking a hotel near the Royal Albert Hall will make the Albert Memorial, another historic marvel only a short walk away. Built in the loving memory of Prince Albert by Queen Victoria this memorial is a masterpiece. The closest station to this monument is the South Kensington station. Many concerts and gigs are held here.
Booking a hotel near Bayswater also keeps you close to other historical monuments in the North part of London are the Big Ben- symbolises the oldest democracy of London, Tower Bridge Exhibition- the most ideal place to discover and learn about many historic places and incidents of London, Baker Street with the classic old charm, Churchill war rooms and museums, the Brunel Museum and the Charles Dickens Museum.