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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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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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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 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 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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Museum of London, London

If you want to learn about the capital, the Museum of London is the place to go (it's free, too). The museum tells the story of the city over the past two...more

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Minack Theatre, Penzance, Cornwall

It's unlikely you've ever experienced a theater quite like this one. Situated 200 feet above the sea, these 750 open-air seats were carved out of a cliff edge...more

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Marylebone, London

The genteel streets of Marylebone lie just to the north of Oxford Street (and south of Regent's Park)—hard to believe, when you're trapped in pedestrian...more

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London Eye, London

The 443-foot-high London Eye, designed by husband-and-wife architects David Marks and Julia Barfield, is the largest observation wheel in the world. Perched on...more

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London Duck Tours, London

You could take a double-decker–bus tour; you could hop on a tourist boat at Charing Cross Pier; or you could combine land and water in an amphibious...more

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