Britain is steeped in history and whatever era of the past interests you most, whether it’s the Tudors,
Victorians, World War I and II, or something else, there’s guaranteed to be an attraction to capture your imagination.
Head to central London and the 11th century Tower of London, home of the crown jewels, or travel north to Hadrian’s Wall, erected in 122 AD and now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
There are areas of huge historical significance across Britain to explore and be amazed by.
With an unchallenged place as the world’s most popular prehistoric monument, little is known about this early structure.
Edinburgh Castle is one of the most thrilling historic locations in the United Kingdom
and a world-renowned icon.
From the Crown Jewels to bloody tales of torture and death,
the Tower of London is bursting with history to delight and terrify visitors in equal measure.
As one of the Queen’s official residences
and one of the largest inhabited castles, it’s no wonder that it’s such a popular destination with tourists.
Relish going ‘behind the scenes’ and exploring the history and stunning gardens of the real-life Downton Abbey!
Westminster Abbey was founded in 960AD by Benedictine monks and held its first coronation in 1066.