Aysgarth Falls The three stepped waterfalls at Aysgarth have been a tourist attraction for over 200 years. Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy visited Aysgarth Falls while they waited for their coach horses to be changed and Turner sketched them on a tour of the north. More recently they provided a Read more [...]
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Brimham Rocks Brimham Rocks are an amazing collection of balancing rock formations. The rocks stand at a height of nearly 30 feet creating some weird and wonderful rock formations. There is a labyrinth of paths for you to explore weaving between the rocks. The rocks have been sculpted over centuries Read more [...]
Jurassic Skyline Jurassic Skyline (formerly the SEA LIFE Weymouth Tower) is a great value viewing tower attraction in Weymouth. The 53metre tall tower is ideal for families and people of all ages. Take your seat as the gondola gently rises offering great views of the resort below. Upon reaching the Read more [...]
Loch Ness Loch Ness is Scotland’s (if not the world’s) most famous lake (or ‘loch’ in Scotland). Loch Ness is a large, deep, freshwater loch. It runs for 23 miles (37km) along the natural geological cleft that stretches from Fort William in the west of the Scottish Highlands, to Inverness Read more [...]
Saltburn Cliff Tramway Take a ride on Britain’s oldest remaining water balanced cliff lift. The Saltburn Cliff Tramway links the Spa town of Saltburn-By-The-Sea to the pier and promenade. Saltburn-By-The-Sea is home to the only remaining pleasure pier on the entire North East and Yorkshire coast. History of Read more [...]
Sky Garden The Sky Garden in Central London opened in January 2015, it is located within 20 Fenchurch Street building. Spanning 3 storeys, the Sky Garden is a unique public space that offers 360-degree uninterrupted views across the City of London. Many tourists stop to admire the building (often referred Read more [...]
Stonehenge Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, 2 miles west of Amesbury and 8 miles north of Salisbury. No one knows the true meaning of Stonehenge although there are a number of different theories. Theories include a healing centre, a temple for sun worship, a burial site or Read more [...]