The Houses of Parliament
A seemingly obvious choice, but it is well known for good reason. The classic architecture and the historical significance of the building cannot be overstated. Situated in the very centre of London, it’s also close to many other tourist hotspots.
If a fast-paced day out is more your speed, then consider visiting Alton Towers, where there are record-breaking rides and also plenty for the whole family.
If you travel further north into Scotland, you’ll likely be going to its capital: Edinburgh. This zoo is a hotspot for conservation for many animals and remains the only place in the UK where you can see a panda!
In the beautifully historic city of Canterbury, this architectural marvel is rich in British history. It’s a stunning site with excellent educational value and a short walk from the centre of Canterbury with great places to shop on a classic cobbled high-street.
An iconic member British coastline, Brighton beach is a beach day filled with many things to do, including the pier, arcades and rides! There is also a vibrant nightlife with a vast LGBT scene.
If combining a theme-park day out with a zoo sounds like your idea of fun, then Chessington is for you. With some of the best family rides in the country and stunning animals to see, it’s an excellent experience.
Legoland Windsor Resort
The UK take on a classic attraction, Legoland offers more fun for everyone in the family, and incredible lego structures to take in, including a miniature recreation of London which is very fitting.
The London Eye
This iconic part of the London skyline is perfect for taking in breathtaking city views!
For that iconic classic British countryside building style, visit The Cotswolds. It feels like you have travelled back to another era and its surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty.
The Lake District
The Lake District National Park is a heavily protected area, with the greenest, most beautiful views in the UK. For crisp, clean air and relaxation, you really can’t beat it.
Surfing in Cornwall
Cornwall is arguably one of the UK’s most beautiful coastlines, and with the best waves on offer, it’s the perfect place to pick up a surfboard.
There are fewer places that are richer with educational value. Dover Castle is a real gem. Along with a genuinely stunning castle to walk around, there are also the WW2 tunnels used to survey the channel here and, on a clear day, you can even see France from the castle!
Harry Potter Studios
An iconic piece of film can best be appreciated by visiting the place it was filmed! Filled with props and costumes from the movie, it’s a fan’s dream.
It is a very fast-paced theme park, full of thrills and more thrills. Visit on Halloween for the infamous Fright-Night events.
This wildlife park is known for its high standards and exceptional work in conservation and education.