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National Gallery, London

Up there with your Louvres and Uffizis, this huge gallery takes you through the history of Western European painting from 1250 to 1900. Botticelli, Leonardo,...more

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National Maritime Museum Cornwall, Falmouth, Cornwall

Devoted to all things maritime, the NMM gives context to Cornwall's boating and fishing heritage. Don't dismiss it, even if seafaring lore isn't your thing; the...more

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National Parks, Devon + Cornwall

Devon's two national parks both have native wild ponies and granite outcrops called "tors," and are excellent places for horse riding, hiking, and cycling....more

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National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek, Cornwall

Set on 42 acres on the picturesque Helford estuary, the Marine Animal Rescue Centre is the most important of its kind in Europe. See the injured wild animals...more

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Natural History Museum, London

This is just one of the three huge galleries (all free) off Exhibition Road in South Kensington, the others being the Science Museum and the V&A. With its...more

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Norfolk Broads, Norfolk

West Norfolk's 100-mile network of Broadland waterways was created when medieval peat diggings formed shallow lakes that were joined by cuts and dykes to the...more

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Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norwich

Norwich Castle, built by the Normans as a Royal Palace 900 years ago, is now a great, slightly barmy museum and art gallery, with child-friendly interactive...more

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Norwich Cathedral, Norwich

For more than 900 years the splendor and tranquility of Norwich Cathedral have attracted pilgrims and visitors. Founded in 1096 as part of a Benedictine priory,...more

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Notting Hill, London

Once the byword for bohemian, Notting Hill is simply posh and aspirational now. It encompasses Portobello Road and its famous market—whose northern...more

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Old Vic, London

The boards of this charming theater, a city landmark, were graced by the likes of Sir John Gielgud and Sir Laurence Olivier. Built in 1818, its exterior is...more

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