Activities & Places of Interest in United Kingdom

Included below are Activities & Places of Interest Attractions in the UK, such as Appleby Castle.
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This spectacular motte and bailey castle has been held by the Kings of England and Scotland and boasts one of the few remaining intact Norman keeps.
Kynren - An Epic Tale of England, brings history to life with a blockbuster open-air performance 3 June and Saturdays August - September
Explore an elegant Georgian water garden and medieval deer park Fountains Abbey with Studley Royal Water Garden, located four miles west of Ripon in North Yorkshire, is of outstanding historic and aesthetic importance. No other site in Europe contains such a rich variety of historic monuments set in such a beautiful landscape. The Cistercian Abbey, Georgian Water Garden, Medieval Deer Park, Elizabethan Hall and Victorian Church all offer the visitor an apparelled opportunity to apprec...
For a fantastic family day out in Thirsk, visit the multi award winning World of James Herriot.
Discover an amazing underwater world and take a fascinating journey from the shores of Loch Lomond to the depths of the world's oceans in 7 themed zones. Journey through the Tropical Ocean Tunnel, where you can come face-to-face with blacktip sharks and get up close to over 1,500 creatures.
Located in the heart of Perthshire, Action Glen is Scotland's premier adventure centre. From Aloft! tree top adventures to the new adventure park. Family fun!
Experience the natural thrills of Killiecrankie Daredevils, nature lovers and historians all have a place at Killiecrankie. A stunning example of Scotland's awe-inspiring scenery, the River Garry is set in a breathtaking deep wooded gorge. the gorge provides the home for the UK's first purpose-built bungee platform, dubbed the Highland Fling Bungee – it's an adrenaline rush for the brave! It's a gem for local history too; head to the Visitor Centre and experience hands-on natural hi...
Discover the secret world of nuclear government. For over 50 years this vast underground complex, remained secret, hidden on the outskirts of a sleepy Cheshire town. Declassified in 1993, the 35,000 sq ft underground bunker would have been the centre of Regional Government had nuclear war broken out. Built in the 1950's as part of a vast secret radar network codenamed 'ROTOR'. The bunker today offers a warm welcome to anyone looking for a totally different day out. Entering through massive...
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