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Fine Statue

On the corner of the Embankment and Westminster Bridge, this fine statue can be missed due to busy... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2018
Howlo
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Buckingham, United Kingdom
A great statue

This statue stands at the end of Westminster Bridge and is a very impressive piece with Boadicea at... read more

Reviewed May 15, 2018
mjc404
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Derby, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Quite a delight to view- was amazed at the size and the beauty of the statue. Located next to Westminster Bridge- a busy area, but worth stopping to admire. If you don't know the history of Boadicea= look it up and you'll be amazed

Thank jlantern3
Reviewed May 27, 2018

On the corner of the Embankment and Westminster Bridge, this fine statue can be missed due to busy traffic and numerous people crossing the road. It is impressive, try not to miss it if you are in the area.

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Reviewed May 15, 2018

This statue stands at the end of Westminster Bridge and is a very impressive piece with Boadicea at full gallop on her chariot. Whether it is a correct historical representation is open to question, but that doesn't stop it being a great piece of work.

Thank mjc404
Reviewed May 7, 2018

A fantastic statue of Queen Boadicea and her daughter's in a chariot drawn by a pair of rampant horses.šŸ˜Ž

Thank Steve57C
Reviewed February 6, 2018 via mobile

I remember studying the feared Queen Boudicca in school GCSE history lessons. Once I knew there was a monument I thought Iā€™d have to stop by and see it. The magnum opus of Thomas Thorneycroft erected in 1902. Go see, if like me, you recall...More

Thank Dr_Waugh
Reviewed January 21, 2018

The monument is at the western side of the Westminster Bridge and forms a great view along the Thames.

Thank alienwang2012
Reviewed January 7, 2018

Westminster Bridge is great to see in itself but with Parliament and this Statue at the end then it is definitely worth a much closer look as this is a very precise sculpture of such a historical figure - cast so well and in great...More

Thank streakey
Reviewed December 22, 2017

This is without doubt one of the finest pieces of bronze sculpture ever made. Show Queen Boadicea of the Iceni and her 2 daughters. The queen is majestic standing on the chariot with her partially clothed daughters a hint to the brutal treatment meted out...More

1  Thank macedonboy
Reviewed December 10, 2017

A bronze sculptural group placed at one end of Westminster Bridge.Nice but not quite a "must see".You can stop for 5 minutes,take 1-2 photos and that's all,there are scores of statues like this.And anyway,it's not easy to stop there as long as is a very...More

Thank zuv
Reviewed November 4, 2017 via mobile

Another statue to see as there are so many in London, good location with Big Ben. For what she represents makes you stop and think. Worth checking out.

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