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Stately Homes + Castles, Devon + Cornwall

You can't turn a corner in Devon and Cornwall without bumping into an ancient castle or grand stately home. Some have huge historical significance, while others...more

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Surfing, Devon + Cornwall

You'll catch some excellent waves on the north coast of Cornwall and (less so) Devon. Good surfing beaches run south–west from Harlyn down past Newquay...more

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Tate Britain

Tate Britain might not get the same attention as its glitzy little sister, Tate Modern, but to miss it would be a mistake. Built in 1897, Tate Britain displays...more

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Tate Gallery, St. Ives, Cornwall

The London contemporary arts institution opened an outpost in Cornwall in 1993. It aims to offer an introduction to modern art with creative display of the...more

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Tate Modern, London

Sometimes it seems this former power station fashioned into a showy landmark by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron is the center of the city. There is...more

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Thermae Bath Spa, Bath

The thermal springs are the reason Bath exists. Over 264,000 gallons of 113° water rise through a geological fault called the Pennyquick every day, though...more

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Titchwell Marsh, Huntstanton

One of the most-visited outposts of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, this place is the highlight of all North Norfolk coastline highlights for the...more

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Tower of London, London

How can you not see the Bloody Tower? Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066, this huge fortified palace-jail-treasury-arsenal is the source of some of the...more

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Victoria and Albert, London

The V&A is the tamest of the three massive Victorian edifices in South Kensington (the others are the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum), but kids...more

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Walking in the Lake District

In just a 30-mile stretch, the area boasts a breathtaking range of tarns (lakes), fells (hills), becks (brooks), and forests, not to mention a variety of...more

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