Britain is full of must see places, so whether looking to bask in the history, heritage and culture on offer throughout England, Scotland and Wales or wanting to experience the many gardens and places of interest, there is much to be enjoyed throughout Britain.
Many of the world’s most recognised churches and monastic sites are located in Britain, so whether visiting Wales to see St David’s Cathedral, heading to England to experience Westminster Abbey or Canterbury Cathedral or visiting Scotland to be amazed by St Andrew’s Chapel and Rosslyn Cathedral, which most recently was made famous by Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code, there are plenty to discover.
With so many notorious and celebrated Houses and Fortress in Britain, there is plenty to visit and enjoy throughout England, Wales and Scotland...from the legendary Buckingham Palace, Tower of London and Blenheim Palace to the fun family attraction and safari park of Longleat.
Britain is famous for its many Castles, and so it’s no surprise that there are plenty to be found throughout Britain. So whether choosing to visit the lesser known smaller castles or the more renowned Windsor Castle, Cardiff Castle and Edinburgh Castle, what’s certain is that they will all be dripping in history and legend.
With so many beautiful garden and parks to be enjoyed throughout Britain, there are many oasis’s to be found, be it Hyde Park and Kew Gardens which are hidden in the hustle and bustle of London city, the educational family attraction experience offered at The Eden Project or the vast areas of Britain’s national parks - Snowdonia National Park, The Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District.
Britain has an abundance of museums and galleries, each one proudly displaying some spectacular historic memorabilia and some of the most impressive preserved collections of work from years gone by, be it the unique mix of art, archaeology, geology and natural history displayed in the National Museum & Gallery of Wales, the some 70 million different species collected from around the world by botanists like Charles Darwin that can be found in the National History museum or the range of fine art works from the 18th and 19th Centuries from the likes of El Greco, Boucher, Allan Ramsey, and Henry Raeburn to be enjoyed at Duff house.
Thriving with heritage, there is much opportunity to learn more about Britain from visiting some of the many Heritage Centres, Monuments and Memorials, such as The National Wallace Monument in Scotland, Jorvik Viking Centre in York and The National Library of Wales
History and culture are synonymous with Britain and some of the most amazing structures can be seen throughout England, Wales and Scotland, so be in awe of what Britain has to offer and visit some of the phenomenal prehistoric structures including Stonehenge, Broch of Gurness and the Roman Baths and Pump Room.
Whether visiting England to experience The London Eye and marvel at the wonder the Royal Pavilion, or visiting Wales to be amazed by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and the impressive Millennium Stadium, or paying Scotland a visit to enjoy the Dallas Dhu Distillery and be bowled over by Loch Lomond and Trossachs...there are many places of interest all over Britain