Some overlooked spots around the UK 🇬🇧
Updated 2 months ago
London, United Kingdom • Wishlist • 6 months ago
The church of St. Dunstan was bombed in the Blitz of 1941, and after the decision was not made to rebuild the church, the ruins were turned into a beautiful public garden 🌿 Bonus, for any Lord of the Rings fans out there, the garden looks like a scene straight out the movies! 🙈
St. Dunstan's Hill, London, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom • Wishlist • 2 months ago
Stephen Wiltshire is an incredibly intricate artist of cityscapes. He has a gift of drawing places from memory, and all it takes is one look! 🤯
5 Royal Opera Arcade, Pall Mall, London, United Kingdom
Nottingham, United Kingdom • Wishlist • 5 months ago
The “oldest” pub in England. Apparently, the landlord boards go back to 1760 but there's a cave inside which dates back to 1070. There's also a wooden galleon on display. Don't touch it though! It's rumoured to be cursed. 💀
1 Brewhouse Yard, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Cambridge, United Kingdom • Wishlist • 5 months ago
Another pub that claims to be the “oldest” pub in England. This one has been dated back to 1050 A.D. but legend has it that it's 500 years older. Also, if anyone's interested, they have a ghost! The pub was built upon the grave of young girl called Juliet. 😦
Holywell Front, Holywell, Saint Ives, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom • Wishlist •
Would come here to hopefully catch some swan-upping! It's an annual ceremony in England wherein they census the swans on the Thames & other places. The reason for this is because the Queen enjoys ownership of all unmarked swans in open water.
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom • Wishlist • 5 months ago
Home of the infamous World War Two codebreakers and training ground of Alan Turing, father of the modern computer.
The Mansion, Bletchley Park, Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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