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There are several surprises tour destinations including historical monuments in UK. However we have selected a few sites that are popular amongst common people and children.
  • Giants' Causeway - The Giant's Causeway was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986.
  • Westonbirt Arboretum - landscaped gardens, the collection contains over 18,000 specimens spreaded over about 243 hectares of Grade 1 Listed Landscape.
  • Windermere lake is the largest lake in England having 17kms (10.5 miles) long and 61m (200ft) deep. Other attractions in the area include the Aquarium, Foot Park and the South Lakes Wild Animal Park.
  • Penrhyn Castle including the famous Victorian Walled Garden
  • Museum of Welsh Life – Is an open-air museum explains Wales’s history over the past 500 years
  • Belfast Zoo (Zoological Gardens) - The zoo include the Monkey Island, the African and Elephant Enclosures, the Penguin and Sea Lion Pools, the Gorilla Enclosure and the Children’s Farm
  • Brecon Beacons National Par - k The park covers an area of 1344 sq km and includes the Black Mountains, the Brecon Beacons and Forest Fawr, as well as moorland, forests, valleys, waterfalls, lakes, caves and gorges.
  • Great Orme Tramway consisting of two tramcars which use a system of counterbalanced weights on cables so that as one train descends the hill, it helps to pull the other one up. The cable tramway is over 100 years old and is one of only a few still in operation in the world.
  • Stonehenge, Stonehenge is a giant stone circle that stands on Salisbury Plain erected between 3000 and 1600 BC and is considered today to be one of the most famous surviving sites from the ancient world. The stones are up to 6.7m high and attract hundreds of visitors every day.
  • London Dungeon - This is a horror theme park gives visitors the opportunity to explore the darker side of British and European history.
  • New Lanark World Heritage Centre - The site is one of Scotland's top attractions attracting over 400,000 visitors each year.
  • National Museum of Photography - Film and Television The museum reflects ever changing developments of Photography, Film and Television, and contains a gallery devoted to digital media.
  • Westminster Abbey - Westminster Abbey is a living monument to British history. Inside there are buried kings, statesmen, warriors, scientists, musicians and poets, including Charles Darwin, Geoffrey Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Mary I, James I and Charles II and is the one of the England’s most visited religious site.
  • York Minster - The largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe with the Great East Window displaying over 100 Biblical scenes.
  • British Museum - The museum’s collection, is of six million objects, comprises art and antiquities from Egypt, Western Asia, Greece, Rome and Europe, amongst others.
  • The Science Museum one of the largest collections of scientific, medical, industrial and technological exhibits in the world.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - Its attractions include an aquatic garden, a bamboo garden, a woodland glade, a conservation area and a Japanese landscape.
  • Chessington World of Adventures is the biggest theme park and zoo in the South of England. The park attracts thousands of visitors each day who come to enjoy the rides and zoo and is home to one of the biggest families of gorillas in Europe and some of the world’s rarest large cats.
  • Deep Sea World - Deep Sea World is a vast aquarium. Visitors can explore the aquatic world on the Underwater Safari via one of the longest underwater tunnels in the world as the impressive marine life – including tiger sharks and conger eels.
  • London Zoo - The Zoo is home to around 12,000 animals, including Asian lions, Sumatran tigers, Sloth bears, Leadbeater’s possums and Death adders. The zoo also has beautiful gardens.
  • Madame Tussaud's London – More than 400, lifesize replicas by wax models of the rich and famous ,stars of the stage and screen, musicians and politicians are exhibited.
  • Longleat - Spread over 3,520 of landscaped parkland, woodlands, lakes and farmland including the Monkey Jungle, Big Game Park, Deer Park, Pelican Pond, Tiger Territory, Lion Country and Wolf Wood. The Safari Boat takes visitors on cruise to see the Gorilla Park and Hippo Pools.
  • Edinburgh Zoo - It is Scotland’s most popular wildlife attraction, with over 1,000 animals, including the UK's only koalas. Set in 32 hectares (80 acres) of beautiful parkland.
  • Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo – This is one of the region’s biggest theme parks and zoos and receives over one million visitors each year. The zoo is home to over 1,000 animals including White Rhinos, Siberian Tigers, Bactrian Camels, Humboldt Penguins and meerkats.
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