1. Westminster Abbey
The Queen and Prince Philip held their royal wedding here in 1947. Westminster Abbey is also the final resting place of Elizabeth I, Mary Queen Of Scots, Charles Dickens, Sir Isaac Newton and many others.
2. Buckingham Palace
Like many a royal couple before them, Prince William and Kate will likely seal the deal with a very public kiss on Buckingham Palace's balcony.
3. St. Paul's Cathedral
The scene of Charles and Di's over-the-top royal wedding in 1981, the historic St. Paul's Cathedral was erected in 1710.
4. Hyde Park
This slice of nature in The Big Smoke was originally used as Henry VIII's private hunting ground--for deer, not wives.
Touted as the world's oldest jeweler, Garrard is also the official Crown Jeweler and is responsible for that little sparkler on Kate's finger.
7. Madame Tussauds
The plans are already set in wax: After the wedding, Kate's likeness will join the Royal wing of the world-famous wax museum.
8. The Crown Jewels
The collection contains 23,578 gems. The Imperial State Crown alone holds 2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and five rubies.
9. Tower of London
Looking for your own royal wedding venue? Book the Tower of London! No joke--you can rent the White Tower or even the Jewel House, home of the Crown Jewels, for dinners and cocktail parties.
10. Tower Bridge
If the Tower's booked, rent London's most iconic symbol for your wedding reception. Reserve the North Tower Lounge for the most spectacular views.
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