The National Gallery

Houses the national collection of Western European painting from the 13th to the 19th centuries. It is on show 361 days a year, free of charge. The National Gallery is in Trafalgar Square London WC2N 5DN






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Love the British Library!

With over 14 million books, documents, patents and sound recordings (much of it online) makes the British Library, one of the truly great modern wonders of the world.....................“Click” the button »

London 2012 website

All about the games and just how to get involved .................“Click” the button »

Highly Recommended

They're Changing Guard at Buckingham Palace! (daily at 11.00 am) Such a brilliant thing to see

whilst in London. Then perhaps enjoy a stroll around St James’s’s all completely FREE! »

Discover the modern Royal Navy!

All aboard! Visit our website to "get closer to our life without limits". Discover the scope & scale of

our global naval operations. Learn about our people, our ships our history ....... “Click” the button »

Let your imagination take flight!

Need to keep the kids occupied during the weekends?  Visit the Royal Air Force Museum London.

Admission is free. Open daily from 10am.  ............................................... “Click” the button »

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"Gold" UK Forces Web-links

All the Queen's men and all the Queen's women! 

Access these websites and find out about these modern defenders of

the realm. You will learn of their proud history, enjoy the pageantry

and colour of their ceremonial and public events. You will catch up

with the latest news of Britain's armed services from around the

world. Including their many varied roles in peacekeeping and

emergency relief work. You will also find full contact details

and dates of forthcoming events.

Explore 14 million books, 920,000 journal and newspaper titles, 58 million patents, 3 million sound recordings and much more. Find what you need - in the arts and humanities, sciences, or any other subject. Tours of our our Galleries are free, but booking is recommended. The British Library at St Pancras, is normally open seven days a week. The British Library is located at 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB

London 2012’s Official Website                                                                 London 2012's ambition is to create a Games for everyone, where everyone is invited to take part, join in and enjoy the most exciting event in the world.

London 2012 will create the most accessible and participative Games. It will touch people as it has never done before, stimulating people to do more and to try new things and reassess what we are all capable of.

London 2012 has sport at its heart and London at the centre, but it is more than London and more than sport. It is a Games for London, the UK and the rest of the world, for sport and culture, for volunteers and business.

The Changing of The Guard                                                  Army ceremonial events take place throughout the country, and indeed the world. The Queen's Guard and Queen's Life Guard are the names given to contingents of soldiers charged with guarding the official royal residences in London. Details on the website.

Royal Airforce Museum - London                                                        The RAF's North London Museum is the only London attraction to house over 100 aircraft from around the world. With free admission plus free interactive    and fun activities, our London museum offers entertaining and educational    days out for all the family just 30 minutes from Central London.





The Official Website of HM Queen Elizabeth II                                                              

For information on the Monarchy, Royal Palaces and Residences, the Royal Family and the many  events planned for the year ahead including the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations. “Click” the button » 


The British Library

As an Island nation, our prosperity and security is totally dependent on

our ability to access the sea. The UK is reliant on a stable global market

for the raw materials, energy and manufactured goods which underpin

our way of life. In a globalised world, we have the ability to respond to

any event or crisis where our men and women can make a difference.

Our website will help you understand how the Royal Navy is

protecting your interests now and in the future.


Royal Navy Website

The British Museum


At the National Gallery!

The National Gallery houses the national collection of Western European painting from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Open 361 days a year, admission is free. Daily from 10am......... “Click” the button »

"Gold" Heritage Web-links

Bringing you some of the world's renowned cultural and heritage landmarks

and resources. BDA London hosts a selection of links to these recommended websites. To access click the "» button" on the individual links. The link

takes you directly to your chosen website where you can access a

wealth of information, news, pictures, exhibitions and developments. 

If you would like your institution or organisation to appear on our

"Gold" web-links  page, do please contact  BDA London

The Great Court in the British Museum!                                                                      

No hail, snow or rain in the Great Court, so it makes a great place to meet up with friends and start a our of this magnificent world museum. Admission free. Daily from 10am...... “Click” the button » 

Founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world. From the beginning it granted free admission to all 'studious and curious persons'. Visitor numbers have grown from around 5,000 a year in the eighteenth century to nearly 6 million today. The British Museum is in Great Russell Street, WC1B 3DG