Venue: Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel

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Pre & Post Conference Tour

Neurology Conference 2024 is working with a local partner & Groups, to provide a variety of touring options after the conference. Below you will find a sneak peek at some of the exciting tours that will be offered.Download the PDF with all the details and itineraries for pre and post conference tours. To book your tours, please contact

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  1. The British Museum: Home to a vast collection of art and historical artifacts from around the world, including the Rosetta Stone and the Elgin Marbles.
  2. Buckingham Palace: The official residence of the British monarch, where you can witness the Changing of the Guard ceremony.
  3. The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben: Iconic landmarks located along the River Thames. Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster.
  4. The Tower of London: A historic castle on the banks of the Thames, famous for housing the Crown Jewels and its rich history, including being a former royal palace, prison, and treasury.
  5. The Tate Modern: A renowned contemporary art museum located in a converted power station along the Thames.
  6. The Natural History Museum: Offers a fascinating collection of natural specimens, including dinosaur skeletons and a stunning Central Hall.
  7. Westminster Abbey: A historic Gothic church that has hosted numerous royal ceremonies and important events throughout British history.
  8. The Shard: An iconic skyscraper with an observation deck offering panoramic views of London’s skyline.
  9. The London Eye: A giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames, providing breathtaking views of the city.
  10. The Victoria and Albert Museum: Home to an extensive collection of art and design, including fashion, textiles, and decorative arts.
  1. The National Gallery: Houses an impressive collection of European paintings from the 13th to the 19th centuries.
  2. Trafalgar Square: A bustling public square featuring the famous Nelson’s Column and often used for public events and gatherings.
  3. The Shard: An iconic skyscraper with an observation deck offering panoramic views of London’s skyline.
  4. Camden Market: Known for its eclectic shops, street food, and vibrant atmosphere.
  5. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre: A reconstruction of the original Globe Theatre where Shakespeare’s plays were performed.
  6. The Serpentine Gallery: A contemporary art gallery located in Kensington Gardens.
  7. St. Paul’s Cathedral: A magnificent Anglican cathedral designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with a stunning dome you can climb for a panoramic view of the city.
  8. The Royal Observatory, Greenwich: Home of the Prime Meridian and Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
  9. Madame Tussauds: A famous wax museum featuring lifelike wax figures of celebrities and historical figures.
  10. The Science Museum: Features interactive exhibits and educational displays on science and technology.
  11. Kensington Palace: A royal residence with beautiful gardens, as well as the former home of Princess Diana
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