England

Things to Do & Attractions in England

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Camden Market

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Camden Market is actually a group of markets including Camden Lock Market, Camden Stables Market, and Camden Canal Market. It's the largest street market in ...  Read more

Cenotaph

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The Cenotaph is a war memorial that stands on Whitehall Street in central London. It began as a temporary structure built for a peace parade at the end of ...  Read more

Kensington Gardens

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Just west of London’s famous Hyde Park, the exquisite Kensington Gardens are one of London’s most historic Royal Parks, once forming the private grounds of ...  Read more

Salisbury Cathedral

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With its dramatic Gothic facade and Britain’s highest church spire at an impressive 404 feet (123 m), the Salisbury Cathedral is one of the country’s most ...  Read more

Salisbury Museum

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Located in the grand King’s House, in the shadows of the magnificent Salisbury Cathedral, the Salisbury Museum is as impressive from the outside as it is on ...  Read more

Shoreditch

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The geographical center of London’s East End, Shoreditch has long been the district’s beating heart – an eclectic, cosmopolitan, and ever-changing ...  Read more

Shri Swaminarayan Mandir London

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Is this India or England? Shri Swaminarayan Mandir would have anyone believe they’ve travelled halfway across the world in the blink of an eye thanks to its ...  Read more

Spitalfields

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Synonymous with its namesake market, Spitalfields is one of the liveliest districts of London’s East End, tucked in-between hip Shoreditch to the north and ...  Read more

The Gherkin (30 St Mary Axe)

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Affectionately nicknamed ‘The Gherkin’ for its unusual shape, the dazzling glass-fronted skyscraper, 30 St Mary Axe, is among London’s most distinctive ...  Read more

Westminster Cathedral

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Not to be confused with the more-famous Westminster Abbey, just a short walk away, Westminster Cathedral is England’s most important Roman Catholic Church and ...  Read more

White Hart Lane Stadium

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Home to one of London’s most successful football (soccer) clubs, Tottenham Hotspur – usually known as Spurs – White Hart Lane Stadium is in north London. The ...  Read more

Wiltshire Museum

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Wiltshire’s most important museum is the perfect complement to a visit to nearby Stonehenge, home to some of England’s most impressive archaeological finds. ...  Read more

Yorkshire Museum

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Chronicling the history of Yorkshire from its founding, through the Roman and Viking invasions to the Middle Ages, the Yorkshire Museum is one of York’s top ...  Read more

River Avon

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Winding its way through the Warwickshire countryside in England’s West Midlands, the River Avon is perhaps best known for its namesake town, ...  Read more

Bath

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England’s only UNESCO World Heritage listed city, the cobblestone streets and exquisite architecture of Bath make it one of the UK’s most attractive cities and ...  Read more

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