The North of England

The North of England Attractions

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Hadrian's Wall

Hadrian’s Wall was built in the 2nd century AD during the reign of the emperor for whom it was named. At the time it marked the northernmost limit of the ...  Read more

Liverpool

Liverpool’s proud maritime heritage is reflected in its numerous preserved dock buildings which together constitute a UNESCO World Heritage site. Many of ...  Read more

York

Nestling in the embrace of York’s miraculously preserved wall is one of the great medieval town centers of Europe. You can walk the wall itself and then ...  Read more

Castle Howard

With over 1,000 acres of landscaped flower gardens, boating lakes and scenic woodlands, and a grand baroque façade that appears more like a royal palace ...  Read more

The Shambles

Renowned as one of Europe’s best-preserved medieval shopping streets and awarded the title of ‘Britain’s most picturesque street’ by Google. A stroll down The ...  Read more

York City Walls

Once stretching 2.5 miles around the ancient city, today the well-preserved ruins of the York City Walls trace the periphery of the modern city center, ...  Read more

York Minster

Ranking high on the list of York’s top attractions, the magnificent York Minster is one of Europe’s finest cathedrals and the largest medieval cathedral in the ...  Read more

Durham Castle

Durham Castle was built in 1072 by the order of William the Conqueror, who intended it as a statement of power over the local Saxons as well as a bulwark ...  Read more

Manchester

Manchester was the world’s first industrial city and, appropriately enough, its first post-industrial city as well, and its transformation into a modern ...  Read more

Newcastle

Newcastle Upon Tyne and neighboring Gateshead together constitute the major urban center of northeast England. Locals (known as ”Geordies”) are rarely shy ...  Read more

Northumberland National Park

Northumberland National Park lies within the northern English county from which it draws its name and is bounded by borders both ancient and modern: ...  Read more

Aintree Racecourse

A Liverpool and sporting institution since the 1830s, Aintree Racecourse is synonymous with Britain’s most famous horserace, the legendary Grand National. The ...  Read more

Albert Dock

Liverpool’s wealth came from the shipping trade over the centuries, and the city’s maritime legacy is celebrated at the revitalized waterfront area known as ...  Read more

Anfield Stadium

Red is the color of victory at Anfield Stadium, home of the legendary Liverpool Football Club since 1892. The 1884 stadium has also hosted boxing, tennis and ...  Read more

Beatles Story

Beatles fans come from across the universe to pay tribute to the Fab Four at Liverpool’s Beatles Story. From the Cavern Club to Abbey Road, this incredibly ...  Read more

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