Stonehenge is a UNESCO world heritage site, and a prehistoric ring of huge standing stones within an earthworks, on the plains in Wiltshire. Credit: VisitBritain/Andrew Pickett
To celebrate World Heritage Day, we take a look at a few of Britain’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from ancient monuments to stunning cathedrals and palaces
Durham Castle and Cathedral. Credit: Durham Castle and Cathedral, Unesco World Heritage Site, Durham City, Summer skyline. Credit: VisitEngland/Visit County Durham
We take a look at Durham Cathedral’s illustrious history here.
View along Hadrians Wall towards Housesteads Roman Fort. Credit: VisitBritain/Alex Nail
The Roman’s left a lasting legacy on Britain, we explore their impact here.
The Roman Baths in Bath, Somerset. Credit: VisitBritain/Simon Winnall
View across part of the Giant’s Causeway, Antrim. Credit: National Trust Images/Joe Cornish
One of the true wonders of the natural world, we explore Northern Ireland’s Giant Causeway here.
View of the Tower of London from across the river, from the South Bank river walk. Credit: VisitBritain/Historic Royal Palaces
Britain’s most famous medieval castle, we explore the Tower of London’s history and the critical moments that have taken place within its wall.
We take a peek into the private lives of the Duke of Marlborough and his family and guests on a behind-the-scenes tour at Blenheim Palace here.