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Places To Visit In London

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published on 26th May 2015 by Steve Whitaker
London boasts world-famous landmarks, museums and monuments such as the Palace of Westminster and the British Museum, as well as Big Ben and Buckingham Palace.

The travel experts at Kahn News have picked the best places to visit in the Capital, within the comfort of their Jeep Wrangler CJ300.

Tower of London

Home to the Crown Jewels, the Tower of London has a fascinating history.


Arguably one of the most popular attractions, the Tower of London dates back to William the Conqueror and has since been one of London’s most significant landmarks through the ages.


Get into your CJ300 and point it towards the former royal residence. You will not be disappointed.

Big Ben

One of the largest clock towers in the world, Big Ben is one of London’s most iconic landmarks.


Quite possibly one of the most photographed landmarks in the capital, Big Ben is over 150 years old and has survived the bombings of WWII.


Definitely worth listening out for the famous great bell chiming Westminster Quarters. Once you have experienced the thrill, maybe you should consider changing the clock facia in your CJ300 to match Big Ben?

Tower Bridge

Not to be mistaken for London Bridge – Tower Bridge has been treated to a major facelift.
Famed for its Victorian style bascules and a new Glass Walkway if you time your visit right, you will be able to see the bridge lift. If so, you may even get a chance to drive your CJ300 on the bridge!

Linked to both sides of the River Thames, the Tower Bridge is a must for all visitors...

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is on everyone’s to-do list.


This stunning 19th Century building has approximately 775 rooms and welcomes 50,000 guests each year to private events and functions.


Maybe Her Majesty will have room in her private vehicle collection for a CJ300 complete with the 4 HRH registration at some point in the future...

Kensington Palace

Step out of your CJ300 and into this picturesque estate to learn about the women of the monarchy in a number fascinating exhibitions, showcasing Queen Victoria and Princess Diana’s place of residence.


Now home to the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall; Kensington Palace is one of Central London's most prominent postcodes.


You never know, you may make it for afternoon tea with the popular couple at the stunning Orangery Cafe.

Kahn Chelsea

A visit to London would not be complete without paying the A. Kahn Design boutique a visit.


Located on Kings Road, Chelsea, it is the definitive place for all things automotive.


Offering a number of off-the-shelf packages as well as the facility to design and create bespoke vehicles to our client’s needs, the boutique allows for our large customer base in London to view the latest Kahn Design automotive products up close, without having to make the journey north.

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