United Kingdom Tourism

Here are some top tourist places in United Kingdom

Tower of London – Medieval castle housing the Crown Jewels
Windsor Castle – Queen’s residence, tours & exhibitions
Big Ben – London’s iconic national timepiece
Palace of Westminster – Iconic home of UK parliament
British Museum – A historian’s treasure trove
Stonehenge – Iconic prehistoric standing stone circle
Churchill War Rooms – Churchill’s WWII underground offices
Victoria and Albert Museum – World-class decorative art & design
National Railway Museum – Vintage trains, exhibitions & activities
London Eye – Iconic riverside observation wheel
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum – Grand building of art & natural history
HMY Britannia – Royal family’s former personal vessel
Natural History Museum, London – Natural phenomena & hands-on activities
St. James’s Park – Royal park hosting Trooping the Colour
Wallace Collection – Artworks & armour in grand townhouse
Roman Baths – Roman baths, museum and restaurant
Salisbury Cathedral – Medieval edifice housing the Magna Carta
Minack Theatre – Open-air amphitheatre with sea views
Westminster Abbey – Gothic church & site for coronations
St Paul’s Cathedral – Iconic cathedral’s churchyard & garden
Eden Project – Iconic eco park & educational centre
Warwick Castle – Iconic clifftop fortress & dungeons
Buckingham Palace – Home of the British Queen & State Rooms
Legoland Windsor Resort – Star wars, amusement park
Tower Bridge – Iconic Victorian turreted bridge
Madame Tussauds London – Wax museum featuring notable Americans
Snowdonia – Welsh mountain region with national park
Hampton Court Palace – Henry VIII’s royal palace & grounds
Alton Towers – Massive theme park for adrenalin junkies
Hyde Park – Acres of greenery in Central London
Tate Modern, London – Art gallery restaurant with Thames views
Blackpool Pleasure Beach – Thrilling rollercoasters & family rides
Edinburgh Castle – Spectacular old fortress with city views
The Beatles Story – Detailed celebration of the Fab Four
Canterbury Cathedral – Norman-era building with ornate windows
Loch Ness – Lakes, castles, fishing, rivers, camping
Scottish Highlands – Walking, hiking, castles, golf, mountains
Peak District – Walking, camping, mountain biking, climbing, caving
Yorkshire Dales – Outstanding scenery & wildlife habitat
Windermere – Lakes, walking, sailing, boathouses, fishing
Loch Lomond – Camping, lakes, walking, fishing, golf
Globe Theatre, London – Replica of circular Elizabethan theatre
Royal Opera House, London – Grand, colonnaded opera & ballet theatre
Silverstone Circuit – Historically important motoring track
Trafalgar Square – Nelson’s Column, fountains & lions
London Zoo – Gorillas, giraffes, penguins & tigers
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – Plants from the Arctic to the Tropics
Science Museum, London – Hands-on exhibits in dozens of galleries