People tend to check in during these times:
Welcome to 10 Downing Street. You can read more about this historic residence and take a virtual tour by clicking on the link to our website above.
You can see the house through the gates but police will not let you through for a closer look.
Men with machine guns and really pissed off Nepalese protestors. A real live episode of Cops. Yay!
Apparently, some very important people live here.
The residence of British Prime Ministers since 1735.
Current resident is a little anti-social
Bit overrated. Can't see anything, guess its just good for swarm check ins ;). Hoeever often you see demonstrations across the road, interesting to see whats going on in other parts of the world
The PM's office. But I didn't see him.
Nothing to be seen but heavily armed police and police trucks.
Really nothing to see here...
Coffee is ok, but the pastries were sub par.
Here lives the prime minister and minister of finance
Not really much to see here unless something significant happening
Can have a look on the Prime Minister's house entrance.
Didn't see dave, but did see where our taxes go, bloody big gates !
Greater transparency is a result of a true effort to open information and data 10 downing is massive as opposed to its humble exterior
Not properly cleaned. :(
Not quite as easy to see it as portrayed on television and movies. I am sure if you made loud noises and begin running, you would get an insiders view and a deportation asap.
The gate has been installed on 1987 at the enter of street
Can't get a good view of No. 10. But the security is more than happy to pose for pics.
If you have the opportunity to visit the Terracotta Room look above the door leading to the Pillared Room there is a tribute to Margaret Thatcher: a straw-carrying 'thatcher'.
Just as depicted in Yes Prime Minister, u must see this
Rybotech was here.
Tell them Musa and Danny sent you.
The last private resident of 10 Downing St was named Mr Chicken.
Honestly, there's not much to really see here. But it's the Prime Minister's home so worth stopping by.
u may meet wonder pple
Finally at home :)
Always good to know the head of security!
There are actually three No.10 doors. Two are used in rotation and the original door is held in the Imperial War Museum.
The current Number 10 started out life as Number 5, and was not renumbered until 1779. Take a virtual tour of Downing Street on the Number 10 website: http://bit.ly/n4efT0
The mayor of 10 Downing Street overpowers the Prime Minister. Time to sort out broken Britain!
The bricks of the buildings on Downing Street were originally yellow brick which over two centuries became blackened from pollution. After restoration in the 1960s they were painted black.
It has served as the prime minister’s home sporadically since 1735 and continuously since 1902. Apart from living quarters, it includes state drawing and dining rooms for hosting dignitaries
Don't forget to smile walking in the door
David is a cool guy! Nick on the other hand isnt a man of his word
Try not to trip over the PM's cat like I did last week!
Dave and Nick have the best parties ever. When you get to the front door, knock loudly and just tell them Tashster sent you.
Don't try and drive up this street without permission; you won't get a ticket, you'll get four flat tyres and a semi automatic rifle pointed at you!
No.10 was given to Sir Robert Walpole, Britain’s first ‘prime minister’, by George II in thanks for his service. Walpole’s official title, First Lord of the Treasury, still remains on the letterbox.
A bit stuffy. But Dave was alright.
Big Ben, Parliment, Westminister, 10 Downing, all close together!
Dave and Nick do a cracking Sunday lunch
Es un pedazo de historia contemporaneacongelado en el tiempo. Vale cada penique de la entrada.