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Central Westminster Sites (2.9Km)

Map and Slideshow

3.4 mins

Route Map and slide show of the route

See the Route at Speed

3.5 mins

Experience what the route will look like at over 20 kph

Site Tour of the Route

6 mins

Know the Key sites along the route

History of the Area

4.3 mins

Get to know the History of the area - in different time periods

360 Virtual view of the route

Return back to Interactive 360 Views of Central London

3.8 mins

Additional Information and Links 

Image by Jörg Bauer

Central Westminster Sites (2.9Km)

The tour focuses on key areas within Central Westminster, taking you on a visual journey through some of London’s most famous sites. Starting at Charing Cross Station, in the heart of London, the route goes toward Trafalgar Square via one of London’s oldest churches (St Martin-in the-Fields) and passes the National and Portrait Galleries. From there it travels through Admiralty Arch and The Mall, before turning left toward Horse Guards Parade.  The route continues onto Whitehall, with its historic government buildings, before turning down King Charles Street towards St James’s Park and the Churchill War Museum.  The tour then heads off towards Westminster Abbey before finally culminating in Parliament Square, next to the Houses of Parliament.

MEDIUM.

2.9

EARLY MORNING

Images

Here are 6 ways to view the photo runs route ranging from seeing what the route looks like on a map, in 360, its sites or as if you were running it at speed.

There is also a detailed guided tour that looks at the area in Elizabethan times (1560), Victorian times (1850), and today.

Some of the longer videos have also been broken down into smaller Youtube videos to help you find the information you need more easily.

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