Are you a Harry Potter fan? Have you always wanted to visit the very spot where Harry Potter and friends first learned to fly on broomsticks?
Do you love classic British architecture? Do you swoon at the sight of a medieval gargoyle or a castle turret?
Or perhaps you are a British history buff, always interested in new tidbits of information about royal families, treason, betrayals, and romance?
Whatever your tastes, Alnwick Castle is the place of choice for anyone interested in a day of history, beauty, and even a little magic.
Alnwick Castle sits in Northumberland, England. It is the current and historical home of the Duke of Northumberland, although it has passed through many hands before gaining this distinction. Read more about Alnwick Castle
London is one of the most interesting cities in the world. There are so many things to see when visiting London that you cannot simply take in everything in just a couple of days or so.
If you are visiting London for the first time and you want to get a good idea of what the city really looks like, it’s a great idea to take a trip on the London Eye, an enormous observation wheel which allows you to get a bird’s eye view of the city. Read more about the London Eye
Westminster Abbey is a Gothic church that is the traditional place of coronation and burial for English monarchs. The formal name for Westminster Abbey is the Collegiate Church of St Peter, Westminster.
Westminster Abbey is simply a church owned directly by the royal family. It is neither a parish church nor a cathedral. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the traditional cleric in the coronation ceremonies.
The Abbey contains some of the most magnificent medieval architecture in Great Britain. The oldest part of the Abbey dates back to 1050 and because of its royal connections it was spared King Henry VIII’s wrath and general assault on monastic structures during the Reformation. It is located next to the Houses of Parliament in the Westminster neighbourhood of London. Read more about Westminster Abbey