London Cultural Attractions
London offers tourists many cultural attractions, some of them an important part not only of the city’s heritage and rich history, but also an important part of world culture. Obviously, no visit to London will be complete without visiting the National Gallery, Tate Gallery, St. Paul’s Cathedral or Buckingham Palace, but in this article we will discuss some of the less obvious tourist choices that have a significant cultural value and are not to be missed by any serious traveler.
The Tate Modern
Everybody knows the Tate gallery with its magnificent collections of William Blake engravings and other important classical art, but the Tate Modern offers a different experience and serves as one of today’s leading modern art museums. The Tate Modern concentrates exclusively on the art of the twentieth century. The Tate Modern was established in 2000 and was immediately a huge success with more than four and a half million annual visitors. One of the most unique aspects