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Historical Sites in England

  • Warwick Castle

    Visiting Warwick Castle

    Warwick Castle is an ancient medieval fortress that has stood for over 1,000 years on the banks of the River Avon. The castle has survived a long and turbulent history and... explore more
  • The Victoria and Albert Museum

    Visiting The Victoria and Albert Museum

    The Victoria and Albert Museum houses an enormous collection of over 2.3 million objects with a blend of history, art and design. The museum is located in London’s museum district and... explore more
  • British Museum

    The British Museum

    The world-renowned British Museum has an incredible collection of treasures spanning over two million years of human history. Experience in one location extraordinary exhibits with world famous objects including the Parthenon,... explore more
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    Churchill War Rooms Tickets

    Get tickets to the Churchill War Rooms and discover one of Britain’s most important sites. These secret underground bunkers were critical to the Allies victory during World War II. Go deep... explore more
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    Visiting Canterbury

    Canterbury is a historic English Cathedral city and home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Situated in the idyllic Kent countryside, the city is well-known as the location of Canterbury Cathedral,... explore more
  • Buckingham Palace

    Visiting Buckingham Palace

    Buckingham Palace serves as the official London residence and headquarters of the Queen of the United Kingdom. It is part of the Buckingham Palace Neighbourhood that stretches all the way from... explore more
  • Blenheim Palace

    Visiting ­Blenheim Palace

    Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Blenheim Palace, home of the 12th Duke and Duchess of Malborough and birthplace of Winston Churchill. Blenheim Palace is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture,... explore more
  • Stonehenge & Bath Tour

    Stonehenge

    Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its sophisticated stone circles. It’s considered one of the greatest prehistoric locations in the world that dates back thousands of years. In... explore more
  • Castle Howard

    How to Get to Castle Howard from York

    There are several ways to get to Castle Howard which is situated 15 miles from York in the heart of the Yorkshire countryside. The cheapest way to get there is to... explore more
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    Alternatives to Stonehenge

    There are many excellent alternatives to Stonehenge for those looking to discover the mystery of Neolithic stone circles and monuments without encountering the huge crowds of tourists that are typical at... explore more