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April 25, 2017

Places to Visit

Jack the Ripper Museum

Unusual Museums To Visit In London

The Sherlock Holmes Museum

Sherlock Holmes Museum

221b Baker Street, London is the famous address of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional Victorian detective, Sherlock Holmes, but of course the address itself is very much real. In fact, thanks to its iconic status due to the popularity of the famous stories, the building has been granted special protected status and remains immaculately maintained as a museum dedicated to Sherlock Holmes.

Jack the Ripper Museum

In-keeping with the mystery/detective theme, the museum devoted to the history of Jack the Ripper is also well worth a visit when you’re in London. It reveals a huge amount of detail about crime in 1880s London, and not only can you explore re-created Victorian crime scenes inside the museum, but you can also take a guided tour of the real-life locations from Traders’ Gate at Tower Hill.

Richard III Burial Site

5 Royal English Landmarks To Visit

For many tourists visiting England, the royal family represents a particularly interesting part of our history and culture. The legacy of the monarchy in the country goes back countless centuries and there is an enduring fascination with all things royal. Fortunately there are plenty of opportunities across the country to visit important landmarks and historical sites where you can learn more about the amazing characters that have ruled our country in the past, as well as our current Queen Elizabeth II.

The State Rooms, Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace State Rooms

The Queen’s iconic London residence is of course the most recognisable and impressive royal landmarks in the country by most people’s reckoning. The State Rooms are the part of the palace that guests are allowed to visit today, although they are still in use for official ceremonies and occasions. There are nineteen State Rooms, mostly retaining the style they were given in the 1820s by King George IV (it was during this renovation that the building was transformed from merely Buckingham House into Buckingham Palace). In the State Rooms you’ll find stunning pieces of furniture and works of art from the Royal Collection, and be given a guided tour explaining the fascinating events that have taken place in each one.

tower of london

7 Historial Places to visit in UK

When you are visiting the United Kingdom, there are several places and also many activities that you can do to spice up your tour. UK is known to be one of the cities in the world with high number of great attractions including the historical and modern ones that you can visit. This article offers you some of the Kings and Queens and the historical buildings you can visit in the UK.