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Discover the inspiring women who have left their mark on London's history and culture with this tour of iconic landmarks and hidden gems.

  1. The British Museum - Start from the home to the famous statue of Egyptian queen, Hatshepsut, one of the most successful female pharaohs in history.

  2. St. Paul's Cathedral - Visit the tomb of Florence Nightingale, the famous nurse who played a significant role in improving healthcare and nursing practices in the 19th century.

  3. The Houses of Parliament - Learn about the suffragettes who fought for women's right to vote and see the statue of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst in Victoria Tower Gardens.

  4. The National Gallery - Admire the works of female artists such as Artemisia Gentileschi, a baroque painter who gained recognition despite facing discrimination in her career.

  5. Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - Hear the story of Elizabethan actress and entrepreneur, Margaret Hughes, who was the first woman to perform on a public stage in England.

  6. The Women's Library at the London School of Economics - Explore the extensive collection of archives, manuscripts, and rare books documenting the women's suffrage movement in Britain.

  7. The National Portrait Gallery - See portraits of influential women such as Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria, and Virginia Woolf, a pioneering feminist writer and advocate for women's rights.

  8. The Royal Albert Hall - Learn about the life of suffragette and music hall star, Kitty Marion, who fought for women's rights and advocated for birth control.

  9. The Tower of London - Discover the story of Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII, who was executed on the Tower Green and is now remembered as a feminist icon and symbol of resistance.

  10. The Victoria and Albert Museum - Explore the fashion galleries and discover the designs of female fashion designers such as Mary Quant and Vivienne Westwood, who challenged traditional gender roles and revolutionized the fashion industry.

  11. The monument of the women of the WWII - learn about the countless women that stepped into roles that were both essential and extraordinary.

  12. Millicent Fawcett statue - located in the heart of London's Parliament Square, commemorates the tireless efforts of a remarkable woman who played a pivotal role in the suffrage movement.

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