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Heathrow 11 hour lay over. Can I go into London

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I am flying American Airlines in to Heathrow in June transferring to El Al to Tel Aviv . I get in at 5:20AM and have an 11 hour lay over. I don't know if they fly out of different terminals and the re-checking of my bag process. Is there a place to store carry-ons at Heathrow? I have never flown through Heathrow only in and out.
I would like to see the National Portrait Gallery. The closest tube story is Leicester Square. How long will it take to get to Leicester Square? It this possible without making myself crazy. Or should I do something more reasonable? I really don't want to spend 11 hours at the airport.
Thanks for you help.
Gail

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