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Madame Tussauds, Greater London

Madame Tussauds, the worldwide famous Waxworks Museum has a multitude of fascinating exhibits of famous people such as Michael.....(more)
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Chiswick House, Greater London

Few can resist this fine classical building which was the creation of Lord Burlington, patron of the arts in the early part of.....(more)
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Holland Park, Greater London

Opened in 1952, Holland Park is the most romantic of all the London Parks with one of the main features being the Kyoto Japanese.....(more)
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Belvoir Castle, Lincolnshire

A castle has stood on this spot since the 11th-century, it was built by Robert de Todini, standard-bearer to William the.....(more)
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Kensington Palace, Greater London

Kensington Palace is not only the private residence for several members of the Royal Family, it also has designated areas that.....(more)
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Packwood House, West Midlands

This is a gorgeous richly timber-framed mid-Tudor house with additions from the 17th-century. It was probably built for John.....(more)
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Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire

Sitting majestically above the River Ouse, Ely cathedral presents an awesome sight with its towers sweeping 217 feet towards an.....(more)
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Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire

One of the finest cathedrals in England and rated as one of the most beautiful in the world, Gloucester Cathedral is a.....(more)
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Amberley Castle, West Sussex

900 year old Amberley Castle is an award-winning Country Castle Hotel and Restaurant with an international reputation. ..(more)
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The White Cliffs of Dover, Kent

One of England's most famous natural landmarks, offering spectacular coastal walks...(more)
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Penshaw Monument, Tyne & Wear

The Penshaw Monument is a 70 ft high folly built on Penshaw Hill in 1844 in honour John Lambton (1792–1840), 1st Earl of Durham.....(more)
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Burghley House, Lincolnshire

This is a graceful house which perfectly epitomises the wealth of the prosperous Elizabethan period. Burghley was completed in.....(more)
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Tintagel Castle, Cornwall

The local tourist industry in Tintagel leans heavily upon tales surrounding King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, but.....(more)
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Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

One of England's finest Jacobean manor houses, occupied by the same family from its construction in 1607 until 1991 when it.....(more)
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Newark Castle, Nottinghamshire

The romantic ruins of this once glorious castle were left to fall into further disrepair following the ravages of the English.....(more)
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Hill Top, Cumbria

The Farmhouse in the Lake District where Beatrix Potter wrote many of her children's stories..(more)
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Lindisfarne Abbey, Northumberland

The strange, mystic atmosphere of Lindisfarne remains evocative of the time when holy men trod its shores rather than the birds.....(more)
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Bolton Castle, North Yorkshire

On a misty morning the ruined crenulated towers of Bolton Castle take on an eyrie aura and it is easy to imagine what this once.....(more)
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Glastonbury Tor, Somerset

Swirling mists rise over the Somerset Levels, where approaching the town of Glastonbury, suddenly above the mist you catch a.....(more)
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Bateman's, East Sussex

Bateman's was built in 1634. From 1902 until 1936 it became the home of Rudyard Kipling and is preserved as it was when he lived.....(more)
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