Alton Towers - Location
Alton Towers is England's most popular theme park with rides and attractions for every member of the family.
Buckingham Palace - London, South East of England
Buckingham Palace has been the official London residence of English royalty since 1837. The Palace stands in around 40 acres of garden. Visit the Throne Room, Music Room, State Dining Room.
Lake District - Location
The Lake District is one of England's most beautiful regions.
Madame Tussauds - London, South East of England
Madame Tussauds is the most famous wax museum gallery in the world, with more than 400 life-sized models of stars, famous politicians, royals and sportsmen and the most infamous criminals.
Stratford-upon-Avon - Location
Steeped in culture and history and set in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside, Stratford-upon-Avon was the birthplace of the greatest playwright ever known William Shakespeare.
Stonehenge - Location
Stonehenge is the most important prehistoric monument in England. There are many theories as to the purpose of Stonehenge ranging from a druid temple for sun worship to a burial ground and even an astronomical calendar. This was a truly remarkable achievement considering it dates from 3100- 2300 BC.
Tower of London and Crown Jewels - London, South East of England
The Tower of London has been home to every Monarch from William the Conqueror (11th Century) to Henry the VIII (16th Century). The Tower of London is infamous for its prison and for having been the scene of countless executions, including that of Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII
Roman Baths - Bath
Archaeological excavations have indicated that human use of the hot mineral springs at Bath date back at least 10,000 years. In 65 AD the Romans developed a complex of baths and a temple to the goddess Sulis Minerva.
Windsor Castle - Location
Windsor Castle is one of the Queen's official residences and has been in continuous use for over 900 years. It was originally built for William the Conqueror to guard the approach to London.
York - Location
The picturesque medieval city of York was second only to London in importance up until the Industrial Revolution. The city, whose 13th century walls are one of the best surviving medieval fortifications in Europe, played a key role in English history.