1. Warwick Castle


    Built in 1068 by William the Conqueror, it is an incredible medieval castle with lots to explore - look out for jousting, archery or birds of prey displays!

  2. Tower of London and Westminster

    11th Century

    Visit the famous 11th century fortress, royal palace and prison at the Tower of London, or look out for Big Ben on a walking tour of Westminster!

  3. Oxford


    With College buildings dating back to 1096, Oxford is home to one of the oldest universities in the world. Enjoy a walking tour, a visit to a museum or a punt down the river.

  4. Hampton Court Palace


    Visit the famous palace of Henry VIII, find your way to the centre of the oldest hedge maze in the world and learn all about life in a Tudor kitchen!

  5. Winchester


    Once the capital city of England, Winchester is home to King Arthur's round table, a beautiful medieval cathedral and one of the oldest traditional boarding schools in the country.

  6. Kew Gardens


    Kew is London's largest UNESCO world heritage site, with the most diverse collection of living plants in the world, with beautiful Victorian glass houses.

  7. Blists Hill


    Experience life in a Victorian town at Blists Hill - try some traditional British sweets or Victorian bread, visit 'real' Victorians in their shops, factories and cottages and buy souvenirs!

  8. Liverpool: The Beatles


    Home to one of Britain's greatest bands, The Beatles, explore their rise to fame and fortune at The Beatles Story exhibition and learn about Liverpool's place in British history at the World museum!

  9. London Eye


    Built in 2000, the London Eye provides a fantastic view of the London Skyline. You can also enjoy a walk along the busy Southbank, taking in the sights across the river.

  10. Warner Bros Studios: Harry Potter Tour


    Discover the magic of Harry Potter, one of Britain's most famous franchises. Go behind the scenes at the studios where it all began.