England Tripguru Guides

Tripguru Guide for England

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created by fodors-partner on 2016-08-17

We know that it’s not always possible to see everything that might be worth seeing when you are traveling. This is why the tripwolf team has put together its own list of “musts” for your trip to England. We hope you agree with our choices!
  • 1
    Tower Bridge

    11 votes

    Museum / Gallery

  • 2
    Buckingham Palace

    194 votes


    The main residence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (reigned since 1952, coronated 1953). Other ...

  • 3
    Houses of Parliament

    59 votes


    On the UNESCO World Heritage List, the Palace of Westminster is the seat of Parliament in the Uni...

  • 4
    Coca Cola London Eye

    157 votes


    An enormous, 135 metre-high observation wheel with 32 exterior glass-walled capsules. It offers i...

  • 5
    The British Museum

    78 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    A vast repository of the world's cultures, with entire sections devoted to Egyptian, Greek, and M...

  • 6
    St. Paul's Cathedral

    128 votes


    The great domed cathedral of St Paul's, designed by Sir Christopher Wren to replace the Gothic me...

  • 7
    Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

    31 votes

    Theater / Opera

    Shakespeare's Globe is the complex housing a reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, an Elizabethan ...

  • 8
    Harrods Food Hall

    161 votes


    The store with the distinctive green awning is one of the most famous in the world. It comes off ...

  • 9
    Windsor Castle

    4 votes


    The largest and oldest occupied castle in the world and still an official royal residence. Much o...

  • 10
    Blenheim Palace

    3 votes


    A stately home open to the public. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the coun...

  • 11
    Magdalen College

    0 votes


    Founded in 1458 by William of Waynflete, Bishop of Winchester, Magdalen (pronounced Mawdlin) is f...

  • 12
    Ashmolean Museum

    1 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    Vast, impressive, and has undergone major redevelopment, the Ashmolean is Britain's oldest public...

  • 13
    King's College Chapel

    2 votes


    The most visited attraction in Cambridge, the architecture of King's College Chapel towers above ...

  • 14

    17 votes


    Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, two miles (3 km) west of Amesbury. It...

  • 15
    Warwick Castle

    4 votes


    One of England's most beautiful castles. Warwick Castle's beautiful grounds, with its overflowing ...

  • 16
    The Roman Baths

    6 votes


    Built by the Romans around 2000 years ago, and later rediscovered by the Victorians, the Roman Ba...

  • 17
    The Minster Gardens

    8 votes


    The largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe, York Minster dominates the skyline and has a his...

  • 18
    Hampton Court Palace

    10 votes


    Historic home to English kings such as Henry VIII, now open to the public. There are many attract...

  • 19
    Salisbury Cathedral

    0 votes


    Constructed between 1220 and 1258, this Gothic-style cathedral has the highest spire in England a...

  • 20
    Alnwick Castle

    2 votes


    A glorious medieval castle. Has been used as a film location for Harry Potter, Blackadder and the...

  • 21
    Museum of Science & Industry

    4 votes

    Museum / Gallery

    This is a great museum for those interested in our (global) industrial heritage: sited at one end...

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