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Things to do in the UK

The United Kingdom (UK) consists of four countries, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, located in the north west of Europe. Passports are not required to travel between the four countries but if you're taking internal flights a form of identification will be needed. Each country has its individual charms, with a huge variety of attractions and activities on offer.

Antiques & Collectables

- Souvenir Antiques

Arts & Crafts

Inigo Jones Slate Works
- The Norfolk Gallery
- Mather Gallery
Somerset Crafts
- Slap N Dash
- Durham Dales Crafts


- Border City Cycle Hire
- Pedal Power
Lets Bike Eastbourne
- Road Cycling in the Lake District
C and N Cycles
- Hassocks Community Cycle Hire


Cholwell Riding Stables
- Hillview Riding Stables
Stocksbridge Riding School
Valley Farm Equestrian Leisure
Carrington Riding Centre
- Derbyshire Pony Trekking
Barrow Hall Stables
Barnfields Riding Stables
Redbrook Equestrian
Red Earth Equestrian Centre
Pewsey Vale Riding Centre
Cae Hic Riding Centre
- Barleyfields Equestrian Centre

Family Fun

The Monkey Sanctuary
Torquay's Dinosaur World
- Wookey Hole Caves
- Farmer Palmers Farm Park
Surrey Hills Llamas
- Jimmy's Farm
- Sundown Adventureland
- Greenlands Farm Village
The Helicopter Museum
- Pleasure Wood Hills
World of Country Life
- Bearhouse Alpacas
Brighton Toy and-Model Museum
- Fun Abounds
- Exmoor Owl Hawk Centre
M and S Charters
- Cotswold Farm Park


Bessie Vee Sea Fishing Charters
Specialised Charters in Cornwall
The Eden Angler
Avington Trout Fishery
Harry May Fishing Trips
Bob and Vera Carlson Fly Fishing Tuition
Haven Boat Charters
M and S Charters
Lavender Hall Fishery
- The Durham Fly Fishing Company
Hudsons Farm Fishery


Tehidy Park Golf Club
- Holsworthy Golf Club
- Axe Cliff Golf Club
- Riverside Golf Club
Shirland Golf Club

History & Heritage

Picton Castle & Gardens
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
- Corris Mine Explorers

Houses & Halls

- Crook Hall and Gardens
- Rheidol Railway


- Norfolk and Suffolk Aviation Museum
- North Weald Airfield Museum
- Old Police Cells Museum
- Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum
- Bancroft Mill Engine Trust
- Haynes Motor Museum
- Strumpshaw Steam Museum
- Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum
- Battle Museum of Local History
- Bailiffgate Museum
- Bournemouth Natural Science Society Museum
- The Dinosaur Museum
- Hollyhead Maritime Museum
The Dover Transport Museum

Outdoor Pursuits

The Edge Climbing Centre
Footsteps of Discovery
- Extreme Ventures
- Go Wild in the Warren
- Alfresco Adventures
Outdoor Active
Cardiff Ski Centre
Longridge Activity Centre
Oaker Wood Leisure
Sea Kayak Devon
- Mount Batte Watersports Activities Centre
Southern Pursuits
Go Below


- Norfolk Wildlife Photography
- Classic Portrait Photography


Sarah Thorne Theatre
- Mercury Theatre
Westacre Theatre
- Babbacombe Theatre
The Fisher Theatre

If you're looking for a city break there are a number of options but London is easily the most visited city within the UK, although that does not necessarily mean it is the most tourist friendly! England's capital boasts cultural attractions, such as the National Gallery and the Natural History Museum, sporting venues and excellent nightlife but the likes of Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff, Belfast, Leeds, Liverpool and Glasgow should not be ignored. Each has its own individual attractions and selling points and can offer a different experience of UK life.

City breaks don't have to be all about the hustle and bustle of modern life and some of the most popular cities for tourists offer a real glimpse into Britain's past. Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, has a castle that dominates the skyline and becomes a festival of comedy and the arts throughout the month of August, while places such as Canterbury, York and Chester are smaller cities that have a town-like feel, with all the amenities a visitor could need and plenty of historic attractions too.

Renting a lodge is often the best way to holiday in the British countryside due to the fairly unpredictable weather, particularly in the spring and the autumn. In most popular tourist destinations there will be attractions suitable for all weather conditions but having a warm, sheltered base to return to is well worth the investment!