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With so much to do sometimes it’s difficult to make a choice, starting centrally is a good idea and you can’t get much more central than The National Gallery, located in Trafalgar Square, founded in 1824, this fascinating gallery is home to 2,300 individual pieces of art from as far back in time as the 13th Century all the way to the 1900s. After your visit to the gallery take a stroll through the Marble Arch down The Mall until you arrive at the world famous Buckingham Palace. The Palace attracts visitors from all over the world every single day, it is the Queens official residence in London, her other residences include Windsor Castle, Berkshire and Holyrood, Edinburgh. When visiting keep an eye on the guardsman you may be able to catch a glimpse of the changing of the guard ceremony.