5. Westminster Abbey
The Westminster Abbey is the site of marriage, coronation, and burial of the British monarchs. It has been playing these roles since 1066. The abbey is home to over 600 memorials and monuments and more than 3,000 people have been buried in the Cloisters and the Church. The current building dates particularly from the 13th to 16th centuries and is one of the biggest testimonies of the legacy of the Royal Family. Tourists come to the Westminster Abbey not only to see the amazing mixtures of Gothic styles the building features but also to witness pieces of history like The Coronation Chair, The Royal Chapels, Lade Chapel, Royal Tombs etc. You will also find the experience of worshiping at the abbey’s daily service enthralling.