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What to see and do in London for a week?

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I'll be going to London for a week in mid-September and so far I don't have much of a plan.
I don't really know what's worth seeing or what I would like and I'd appreciate some help deciding on what to do.

I know a few must sights like
- London Tower
- Tower Bridge
- Big Ben
- Windsor Palace
- Buckingham Palace
- London Eye
- Piccadilly Circus
- Madame Tussauds
- Westminster Abbey
- St. Paul's Cathedral
but that's about it.
Any tips for other must-see sights or great activities?

And maybe even some more recommendations for me in particular?
I mostly like
- architecture
- historical sites
- parks, etc.
- (non- contemporary) art
- museum (there are so many, I don't know which are good or not, I mostly prefer those which visually appealing exhibitions)

But I'm also open for other things that are interesting or fun

PS: Is there a site where you can schedule sightseeing or something like it? I want to avoid trying to visit sites on opposite ends of town

Thanks in advance!

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