Tourist Information UK

Tourist Information England

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Castle Howard is a magnificent 18th century palace housing numerous treasures both in the house and in the grounds.
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Canterbury Cathedral is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England and is listed as a World Heritage Site
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Salisbury has Britain’s finest 13th century Gothic Cathedral boasting the tallest spire in the Kingdom.
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For nearly 400 years, Woburn Abbey and its 3000 acre estate have been home to the Dukes of Bedford.
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Beamish is a living, working museum representing life in the great north of England from the late 1800s to early 1900s.
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Sutton Hoo is an ancient Anglo Saxon burial ground in Suffolk.
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The National Railway museum has the world's largest collection of train exhibits dating back over 300 years
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Osborne House is situated on the Isle of Wight and was Queen Victoria’s palace by the sea.
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Althorp is home to the Spencer family and the Princess of Wales' family offer visitors an extensive exhibition dedicated to her life and work.
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This museum looks at the history of photography, film, radio and television.
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Discover what Viking life was like 1000 years ago with replica sights, sounds and smells!
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The White Horse at Uffington in Oxfordshire is a 374 foot long chalk figure carved into the hillside.
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Merseyside Maritime museum looks at the history of one of the Worlds greatest ports.
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York Minster is one of the greatest Cathedrals in the world with its amazing architecture and historical treasures.
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Milton's Cottage in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, was once the home of John Milton, one of England's greatest poets.
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