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Things to do in London

Once the world's tallest observation wheel, the London Eye has 32 sealed and air-conditioned capsules, each holding up to 25 people. It is located near Waterloo and the River Thames. A full rotation on the Eye takes 30 minutes and gives you a 360° view of London.
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Kew Gardens occupy a whopping 121 hectares and have been on UNESCO's World Heritage List since 2003. The abundant flora and fauna will make you forget that you're in the London metropolis! Inside the gardens, you'll find an 18th-century Chinese pagoda, ornamental buildings, speciality plant houses, and a breathtaking treetop walkway that runs through the canopy of a forest glade and consists of a 200-metre walkway 18 metres above the ground. The grounds are also home to Kew Palace, initially bought by George III as a palace for the royal children. Many princes and princesses have been raised here. Later, it was put into use as a summer residence for the British Royals.
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This venerable institution combines modern celebrity with historical figures, sports legends, silver screen icons and cultural giants. You’ll even find a brand new Meghan Markle, Theresa May and Donald Trump.
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Westminster Abbey is a grand, predominantly Gothic abbey church located in the City of Westminster, London. It is one of the UK's most renowned and recognizable religious buildings as well as the traditional place of coronation and the burial site for British monarchs. The 700-year-old abbey welcomes more than 1.5 million visitors every year.
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Though most famous for the imprisonments and beheadings held there it has, at various times, served as the royal residence, mint, menagerie, armory, observatory and as the holding place for the Crown Jewels - a function it still serves. Legend has it that six ravens must guard the tower at all times, or else the kingdom (as in United Kingdom) will fall. The ravens are still there, and so is this nearly thousand year old complex of stocky stone structures.
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Built between 1886 and 1894, Tower Bridge is undoubtedly a symbol of London. This combined Victorian-era bascule and suspension bridge crosses the River Thames, connecting two central London boroughs. Due to the iconic visual status of Tower Bridge, it is often confused with London Bridge, which is situated some 0.5 miles upstream.
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Stonehenge

Ever heard of Woodhenge or Clayhenge? Of course you haven't! That's because, of all the henges in the world, Stonehenge is the undisputed champion. Full of mysteries - both mystical and architectural - a visit to Stonehenge is guaranteed to leave you marveling at the fortitude, ingenuity and resourcefulness of the ancients.
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At Queen Victoria's behest, the State Rooms of Kensington Palace were opened to the public in 1899, on her 80th birthday. Since then it's been both a private residence for the royal family and a public museum. In fact, it's where Prince William lives with the Duchess of Cambridge and their three kids. Though you won't bump into them in the hallway, a visit here is still a fascinating window into the lives of royals past and present.
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Founded in 1828, ZSL London Zoo is the world’s oldest scientific zoo and is today involved in progressive conservation programs to protect African elephants, black rhinos and many other species. At the zoo you’ll find a whole plethora of animals – over 750 species – and one very special family of silverback gorillas, led by Kumbuka and his mate Mjukuu.
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Things to do in Windsor

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Looking to discover some of England's history? Sprawling Windsor Castle has 1000 years behind it as a royal residence and visitors can explore the Royal Collection of artwork, the opulent State Rooms, St George's Chapel and more. It's located in the English county of Berkshire and is easy to reach by car or by train from London Waterloo or London Paddington.
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LEGOLAND® Windsor is a child-oriented theme park and resort in Windsor, themed around the Lego toy system. In common with the other Legolands across the world, the park's attractions consist of a mixture of Lego-themed rides, models, and building workshops. The park had 2.138 million visitors in 2016, making it the most visited theme park in the United Kingdom and the 10th-most visited in Europe.
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Dr Choc’s Windsor Chocolate Factory is located in the heart of Windsor in Berkshire. They offer a range of chocolate-making classes for all ages, and are probably the world’s smallest chocolate factory! Visit the factory to discover why chocolate is the best medicine, at a prime location situated opposite Windsor Castle. Throughout the year they run a range of chocolate making workshops, many of which are themed according to the time of year. They also sell lots of yummy chocolates!
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Things to do in Edinburgh

The Palace of Holyroodhouse, at the bottom of Edinburgh's Royal Mile, is the Queen's official residence when she's in Scotland. Visitors can explore the 14 state rooms in this 16th-century palace, still used by Her Majesty during royal ceremonies!
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Right on Edinburgh's Royal Mile, the Scotch Whisky Experience is an over-18s trip into the world of whisky. This replica distillery will educate you on the tastes of flavors of Scotland's favorite tipple, and probably get you a little tipsy.
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The Real Mary King's Close is a walking tour of Old Edinburgh that tells the city's history with all of the grisly truth about the Black Plague, mysterious hauntings, gruesome crimes, and stifled living situations. It is located opposite St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh Old Town.
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The city of Edinburgh is dominated by the huge Edinburgh Castle, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the Crown Jewels of Scotland, and the National War Museum of Scotland. There's a good chance you'll hear some bagpipes.
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The Blair Street Underground Vaults allows visitors to explore a different, darker side of Edinburgh. They were once used as taverns, cobbler shops, and to store materials such as building supplies or – allegedly – stolen corpses! Whatever the story is, these vaults have a rich and fascinating history.
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The Edinburgh Dungeon offers no less than 360 different sets packed with hilarious, and scary actors, special effects, stages, scenes and even rides. It's an interactive walkthrough experience that will thrill and horrify the whole family! It's located in the heart of Edinburgh and is easy to reach with public transport.
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Opened in 2019, Holyrood Distillery is the first single malt whisky distillery in Edinburgh's city centre since 1925. Apart from producing a fine single malt to rival the established names in Scotch whisky, Holyrood is also designed to be a visitor attraction that brings guests on a hands-on, multi-sensory, and educational journey into the world of whisky production.
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Hard Rock Cafe Edinburgh is located on George Street, just a short distance from the famous Edinburgh Castle. It offers classic American fare, along with the chance to see some music memorabilia including a jacket worn by Ringo Starr himself. Other popular destinations nearby include the National Museum of Scotland, Holyrood Park, and the Palace of Holyroodhouse.
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The John Knox House is located on Edinburgh's Royal Mile - the city's main thoroughfare, running downhill between Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse. As the heart of Scotland's historic capital it's a great place to start a day of sightseeing. It's also close to a host of great bars for a dram of whiskey (or two) when you're done.
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Things to do in Liverpool

The Royal Liver Building is an iconic landmark on Liverpool's waterfront. One of the 'Three Graces', alongside the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building, the Liver Building is seen as a symbol of the city's heritage and of its people.
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Home to a collection of over 300 rare and authentic items spanning three floors, the Liverpool Beatles Museum takes visitors on a Fab Four-fuelled journey through The Beatles' early days in Liverpool, their rise to global fame, and the group's innovative studio years. The Liverpool Beatles Museum is located in a Grade II listed building in the heart of the world-famous Mathew Street, Liverpool, England.
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Anfield Stadium is home to Liverpool FC and is located close to Stanley Park in Liverpool. First opened in 1884, this historic football stadium is one of the largest in England. On matchdays, it is filled to the brim with some of the most passionate fans in the Premiership.
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The Cavern Club is a famous live music venue in the center of Liverpool. Founded in 1957, it is best-known today as the place where The Beatles shot to UK superstardom. As such it's often referred to as the cradle of British pop music. The original venue was demolished but rebuilt using 15,000 original bricks. It continues to serve as a platform for new artists - and a living museum of British music legend.
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The Beatles Story features special exhibitions, authentic memorabilia and exclusive photographs featuring the Fab Four. This award-winning attraction is located on the world-famous Albert Dock in Liverpool, England, UK.
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The British Music Experience, a journey through the history of British music, is housed inside the Cunard Building. It's located opposite the Mersey Ferry terminal and can be reached via the James Street station, on Liverpool's underground link from Lime Street Station.
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Made famous by the Beatles' hit song, "Strawberry Fields Forever", Strawberry Field is a Salvation Army property and visitor attraction in the Liverpool suburb of Woolton. It operated as a children's home between 1936 and 2005, but continues to be used by the Salvation Army for other purposes. Strawberry Field is now a visitor attraction that provides guided tours, and hosts an immersive exhibition with archival footage and photographs to tell the story of John Lennon's childhood years, as well as inspirational stories of the children's home.
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The Western Approaches Museum is as authentic a war museum as you're likely to find. Beneath Liverpool City Centre, this once top-secret bunker was the strategic hub where the Battle of the Atlantic was masterminded. It's barely changed since the doors closed in 1945! Visitors are able to wander from room to secret room, analysing original documents and tools which were used to pinpoint enemy locations and give the Allies the upper hand. There's even one of two surviving phones which had a direct line to Winston Churchill's infamous War Rooms!
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The Queen Victoria Monument is a large monument built on the former site of Liverpool Castle, located at Derby Square in Liverpool. It features 26 bronze figures by C.J. Allen, including a 4.42-metre statue of Queen Victoria in the centre.
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