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Things to do are in abundance when you're a guest at Days Inn by Wyndham London Hyde Park. And many of them are exceptionally convenient to our refurbished hotel. Enjoy a stroll along always-bustling Oxford Street.  Stop by Trafalgar Square to catch one of the many stimulating gatherings. And pay a visit to The British Museum without having to pay too much as admission and many of the exhibits are free.
Oxford Street Paddington, London
Shopping and dining are the main activities along Oxford Street. This lovely and lively stretch of London real estate also boasts many squares and parks for picnicking.
Oxford Street, London W1A 1EX

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Paddington Trafalgar Square, London
A London landmark, Trafalgar Square is a gathering place for everything from rallies and demonstrations to festivals and annual events. A myriad of statues and fountains add to its charm.
Trafalgar Square, Westminister, London WC2N 5DN

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British Museum Paddington, London
Experience the world like never before at The British Museum. Relive the cultures of ancient Egypt and Rome and step into the shoes of the indigenous peoples of four continents.
Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
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Days Inn by Wyndham London Hyde Park ADDITIONAL ATTRACTIONS

Hyde Park -

Created in 1536 by Henry VIII, this expansive green space is one of London's eight Royal Parks. Highlights include the renowned Speakers' Corner and the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial. Hyde Park London

London Zoo -

Whatever type of animal you fancy, you'll be sure to find it at the London Zoo. Exhilarating exhibits include Gorilla Kingdom, Penguin Beach, Tiger Territory, B.U.G.S., Into Africa, Big Cats, Rainforest Life, and Komodo Dragons. London Zoo

National Gallery -

This renowned museum features an impressive array of paintings from Western European artists who plied their craft from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Take advantage of the tours, lectures, workshops, and family activities. National Gallery

Madame Tussauds London -

You'll be totally amazed once you step through the doors of this highly creative attraction. Totally authentic wax likenesses of movie stars, sports icons, music mavens, and the Royal Family will greet you on the other side. Madame Tussauds Museum

O2 Arena -

This versatile venue, which you can reach from Central London by Tube in 20 minutes, is the place to see top music acts. Everyone from The Wailers to Arijit Singh to World Kabaddi League has graced the arena's various stages. O2 Arena London

Royal Albert Hall -

Since its opening in 1871, the venerable Hall has been the home to a wide range of concerts, everything from classical to swing. But there's more to Royal Albert than music as it also hosts award ceremonies, exhibitions, and scientific discussions. Royal Albert Hall

Selfridges London -

Shop for top brands like Mulberry, Michael Kors, Cartier, and Charlotte Tilbury at this regal Oxford Street retailer that also boasts the largest shoe department in the world. You'll also enjoy fine dining options and art installations. Self Ridges & Co.

Harrods -

There is nothing quite like shopping at this high-end department store that is, in a word, huge. With more than 330 different departments, it's Europe's largest. Highlights include the food halls and the Christmas department. Harrods London

Royal Opera House -

From classics like "Rigoletto" to contemporary pieces such as "Anna Nicole," the ROH never fails to delight. The Royal Ballet, which has performed "Romeo and Juliet" as well as the works of founder choreographer Frederick Ashton, also calls the House its home. Royal Opera House

Big Ben & Houses of Parliament -

Built in 1859, the Elizabeth Tower at the north end of the Houses of Parliament features Big Ben. While many think the moniker refers to the tower, the clock, and bell, it's actually the bell that earned it first. Big Ben & House of Parliament

St Paul's Cathedral -

Situated on the highest point in London, St Paul's has gone through a few iterations since it was first constructed in the 8th century. The current Cathedral, completed in 1710, was the first one built following the English Reformation. St. Paul's Cathedral

Westminster Abbey -

Take an audio tour of this classic 15th century church, which features more than 600 memorials and monuments, or go the verger-led tour route. Either way, you'll get an incredible view into British history. Westminster Abbey

The London Eye -

If you're afraid of heights, the largest cantilevered observation wheel on the planet may not be for you. From the top, this award-winning attraction provides visibility up to 40km (25 miles). On a clear day, you can see Windsor Castle. The London Eye

Tate Modern -

Discover the singular works of everyone from Henri Matisse and Kazimir Malevich to Piet Mondrian and British folk artists at the Tate. The museum also presents a series of ongoing talks and lectures as well as inspiring performance events. Tate Modern

Chelsea Football Club -

The Fulham, London-based Premier League team has been in existence since 1905. A winner of more than two dozen major titles since 1997, the club plays its home games at Stamford Bridge Stadium, which seats 41,837 fans. Chelsea Football Club

Arsenal Football Club -

Founded in Woolwich in 1886, Arsenal is one of English football's most successful franchises, winning 13 Premier League titles. You can catch this highly popular team (and one of the richest) at 60,000-seat Emirates Stadium in Holloway, London. Arsenal Football Club

The Shard -

One of the most desirable business addresses in London, this spectacular building also delivers many upmarket retail and dining options. Head on up to the top of The Shard where you'll enjoy incredible 360-degree views for up to 70km (40 miles). The Shard
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