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Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Stonehenge, Wiltshire

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  1. Shopping
    For those of you that love indulging in a bit of retail therapy, you’ll find shops of every size and genre across the UK that are perfect for exercising your credit card. There are a whole host of shopping malls, small independent shops, friendly high streets and markets in all corners of Britain so whether you’re after locally made crafts or designer goods, you’ll find it at one of the shopping areas in the UK.
  2. History & Heritage
    If you like to learn more about the history and heritage of a place when you visit, you’re in the right country, the UK has a rich tapestry of history dating back to Roman times. From the early settlers, the evidence of prehistoric men in the caves and gorges and modern history, such as the legacy of popular figures such as the Beatles, you can’t escape history and heritage in the UK. Everywhere you look in the UK you’ll find a nod to the region’s past, whether that’s the maritime history of the
  3. Adventure Activities
    The UK has a very diverse landscape, meaning there is plenty of scope for an adventure or two. Every region has its own specialist activities that you can take part in, the areas with wide countryside for instance, offer different adventure activities to those with mountains or wide bodies of water. Wherever you are, you’ll find a huge range of adventure activities to keep the adrenalin pumping and the vast majority of them have accessible facilities, meaning everyone can take part and enjoy a t
  4. Museums & Exhibitions
    Britain has so much history and culture it can be a little overwhelming, which is why it is always ideal to take a look at the museums that can be found in the region you’re visiting. You’ll find everything from history to geology, science and more. Many exhibitions move from museum to museum, so that you can view it whatever region you happen to be in, while others will hold pop ups at various locations, giving a much more informal museum experience.
  5. Wildlife & Nature
    The UK has an abundance of wildlife because of its diverse landscape and the beautiful greenery that can be found all over. Even the most urban of areas have their own naturally occurring wildlife and are home to parks and green spaces where nature can and does thrive.
  6. Sightseeing, Guides and Tours
    Everyone loves going at their own pace and taking their time to look around a new place, especially when it is full of interesting architecture and you’re able to do a bit of sight-seeing, but there is something special about booking a tour guide or an arranged sight-seeing trip.
  7. Parks & Gardens
    The UK is a very green country and everywhere you look, even in the depths of the biggest cities you’ll find green spaces. There are parks and gardens all across Britain to visit and enjoy because at its heart, the UK is full of great gardeners and people who love being outside!
  8. Sport and Leisure Activities
    There are a whole host of sports and leisure activities all over the UK for you to enjoy wherever it is you end up. Discover the Great British outdoors with the wide range of water sports, cycling, adventure sports, walking trails, climbing, fishing, riding and more!
  9. Arts, Crafts & Galleries
    Every region of the UK has its own local arts scene, some are more arty than others, for instance areas of Devon are incredibly proud of their arts and crafts scene, with towns such as Totnes famed for their independent shops selling locally made crafts and gifts. Everywhere you look you’ll find evidence of the UK’s love of the arts, from Bristol’s graffiti, to London’s galleries, to the architecture of Dundee, which is the UK’s first UNESCO City of Design. It is perhaps not surprising when you
  10. Themed Attractions & parks
    There are lots of theme and adventure parks in the UK, these range from the small and quirky to the large internationally known ones to ones that are in between! Many of the UK’s theme parks are award-winning and even offer discounted rates for return visitors meaning that you can enjoy the rides and the excitement time and time again.
  11. Theatre Entertainment & Nightlife
    Whether you’re on the hunt for an entertaining theatre show, a concert, a cabaret act or just a good night out, you’ll find plenty of opportunity to do all these things in every region of the UK. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a big city or a rural countryside location, you’ll find a whole host of entertainment. In Britain, there is a strong emphasis on working hard and playing hard, so you’ll find lots of night time entertainment all over the UK.
  12. Health & Leisure Centre
    Health and Leisure breaks are always the best kind, what could be better than relaxing your mind and body while getting away from it all? You’ll find award-winning health and leisure centres all over the UK, with some being run independently, some being run by the local authority and some being associated with hotels and other accommodation.

Things to Do

Things To Do Highlights

Colchester Zoo

Colchester Zoo is home to over 260 species set in 60 acres of parkland and lakes and are proudly...

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

Visitors can discover more about Roald Dahl and unearth secrets about the people and places which...

National Waterfront Museum

The National Waterfront Museum at Swansea tells the story of industry and innovation in Wales, now...