Curious about unusual places in the UK? From a wizard’s paradise to artificial rainforests, here’s 15 interesting attractions in the UK.
What is high tea exactly? A tea loving Brit explains the nuances of tea drinking and tea eating. Yes, tea can also be eaten.
Walking Hadrian’s Wall Trail is a scenic and historic journey. But, did you know you can walk it without flying to England? Here’s how.
London is one of the most exciting cities to visit. Whether it’s modern art, castles or pubs there is always more to do in London. Here are 10 places to go.
Fancy off-roading? Then read on. Here’s our guide to the best off-roading journeys in England, which explore many hidden backroads.
Not far from London, these iconic English destinations offer small town charm, rich history and look at some of England’s top writers and poets.
There are strings attached to this workshop in England, where students learn how to make violins, violas, guitars and bows.
With its ancient roads and Viking roots, York, England is popular with visitors. From the National Railway Museum to Bettys Café Tea Rooms, here are the top things to do in York.
There’s no more iconic image of the British Empire than a redcoat soldier. From Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle, here are 10 places to see them.
An overnight stay in this storied palace brings spine-tingling adventure.
When a traveler stumbles upon the Nellie Dean, a classic corner pub in London’s Soho, he enters as a stranger, but quickly finds himself among friends.
The world is full of crazy things. Take these museums, for instance. From a collection of toilets to an underwater museum, here are some of the quirkiest museums on the planet.