Eltham Palace in Greenwich was once a medieval palace and a Tudor royal house before it came today's unique Art Deco mansion. Stroll through the 19 acres of gardens, including the Rock Garden and then cross the moat on London’s oldest working bridge.
When visiting the historic city of York, a visit to Clifford’s Tower is a must. Standing on a high mound with stunning views across the city, Clifford’s Tower is almost all that is left of York Castle, which was built by William the Conqueror in 1068.
Located on the NE coast of England, Tynemouth Castle & Priory is set on a rocky headland overlooking Tynemouth Pier. The 306 bus runs from Newcastle city centre to Whitley Bay, and Tynemouth Village is the closest stop
Arguably the world’s most famous prehistoric monument. The UNESCO World Heritage Site has always been a mystery. There's a Stonehenge Tour Bus from Salisbury train & bus stations. Otherwise, I recommend a Stonehenge tour.
One of the largest castles in England, it was founded in the 11th century and is nicknamed the ‘Key to England." The Dover Priory station is 1/2 hr walk from the castle. Or take the Stagecoach 15 bus which leaves from Priory Street.
This 17th century country house is one of the finest Jacobean houses in England.Audley End station is a 1.25 miles from the house and there's a footpath running along the main road. There's local buses that go to Saffron Walden and stop within a 1/4 mile of the house.
Perched on a clifftop with magnificent sea views, Whitby Abbey is one of the most interesting attractions in North Yorkshire for over 1500 years. The abbey is only 1/2 mile from the station and includes a walk up the famous 199 steps.
Queen Victoria once said “it is impossible to imagine a prettier spot” when describing Osborne House, her royal holiday home on the Isle of Wight. To get to Osborne, take the Southampton to Cowes ferry and then a bus to Osborne.