Things To Do & Attractions in England

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Carlisle Castle

The stern, stone walls of Carlisle Castle are of Norman construction and were built on the site of a Roman fort. The site long formed a key defensive ...  Read more

Carnaby Street

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Earning renown as an alternative fashion Mecca during the 1960s, Carnaby Street was once the hippest place to shop, home to iconic boutiques like Mary Quant, ...  Read more

Castle Howard

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

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

Castlerigg Stone Circle

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 283 Reviews

There are numerous neolithic stone circles in the Lake District and nearby areas, the most popular being at Castlerigg. This more-or-less round grouping of ...  Read more

Cavern Club

4.5 star rating: Recommended 134 Reviews

The Beatles experienced their first taste of fame at Liverpool’s Cavern Club, where the Fab Four first performed on November 9, 1961. The underground cellar ...  Read more


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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

Changing of the Guard

4 star rating: Recommended 334 Reviews

The daily Changing of the Guard ceremony provides the most atmospheric time to visit Buckingham Palace. Set at about 11:30am, the 45-minute spectacle is a ...  Read more


Looking at the stately red brick mansion of Chartwell, with its gabled roofs and vast gardens overlooking a swimming lake, it’s easy to imagine it as the ...  Read more

Chatsworth House

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Set within a 105-acre estate, the magnificent Tudor mansion of Chatsworth House dates back to the 1560s, and remains the seat of the Duke and Duchess of ...  Read more


Sitting in rural Somerset in southwest England, the little village of Cheddar is famous as the home of Cheddar cheese, a strong tasting, hard cheese that has ...  Read more

Cheddar Gorge

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

With its dramatically jagged cliffs towering 450 feet over lush green valleys and limestone rock face pocked with caves, the Cheddar Gorge is not only ...  Read more

Chessington World of Adventures

With 10 themed zones crammed with thrilling amusement rides, plus the Chessington Zoo and SEALIFE Centre; the Chessington World of Adventures is the ideal ...  Read more


The town of Chester in northwest England was established by the Romans in 70AD making it one of the country's oldest towns. It is also one of England's best ...  Read more

Chester Zoo

The Chester Zoo was opened by George Mottershead in 1931 and has been running entirely on private and charity funds every since. Nowadays, it’s the ...  Read more


With its abundance of oriental restaurants, striking Paifangs (monumental archways) and colorful lanterns swaying in the wind, it’s easy to know when you’ve ...  Read more

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