Multicultural, sophisticated West London has so much to offer. Visit the home of the Queen of England, Buckingham Palace, built in 1703. Or explore one of the many historic museums distributed throughout the capital including The British Museum, known as the ‘historians treasure trove’, the Natural History Museum and The National Gallery housing major art from the 13th to 19th centuries. Gaze upon the magnificent architecture of Tower Bridge, Big Ben and so much more. You can explore acres of greenery in Hyde and Holland Park plus study plants from the Arctic to the Tropics at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew. Whether you’re looking for a journey through history, to peer through the clouds on the London Eye, or some fine dining, West London really does have it all for you. People will spend years exploring these extraordinary streets and won’t even scratch the surface! West London has many tube lines radiating from the grand Paddington and Marylebone stations having a profound effect on travel throughout the city.