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Tower of London

Tower Hill (Road), London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom, EC3N 4AB
The Tower of London - or more correctly: 'Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress' is one of the great icons of London and Britain. The castle was originally built by William the Conqueror in 1078…

Beacon Hill Toposcope

Monument Lane, Lickey (Hills) Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, B45 9QQ
Perched on the top of Beacon Hill in the north of Worcestershire is the unusual Toposcope Fort. It is 11 miles southwest of Birmingham and is 298 metres (978 ft) above sea level. It offers…

Battle Museum

The Almonry, High Street, Battle, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom, TN33 0EA
The Battle Museum was refurbished in 2003 and since reopening to the public it's become a popular visitor destination. A significant part of the museum is dedicated to the history of gunpowder. In keeping with…

Boscobel House & The Royal Oak

Offoxey Rd (just off), Brewood, Bishop's Wood, Shropshire, England, UK – ST19 9AR
Once there was a tree that saved the life of a king.  Located just inside the town of Shropshire, Boscobel House was originally built as a farmhouse during the mid 16th century, and was later…

Bod of Gremista

Gremista Marina, Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, United Kingdom, ZE1 0PX
The Bod of Gremista was built in 1780 by Arthur Nicholson as a home and a shop for the local fishing industry. It is a typical 18th century fishing booth or "böd" located in the…

Blackness Castle

Loch Rd / Off St Ninians Way, Blackness, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, UK, EH49 7NH
This 15th century fortress, situated near the village of Blackness in Scotland, is well named given its dark past.  The castle has a reputation for being haunted and because of its shape and close proximity…

Big Ben & The Elizabeth Tower

St Margaret Street, Westminster, Greater London, England, United kingdom, SW1A 0AA
Although people often refer to the tower as Big Ben it is actually only the bell inside that has this name. The Tower is really called The Elizabeth Tower - named for HRH Queen Elizabeth…

Bletchley Park Museum

Sherwood Drive (off), Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, MK3 6EQ
Bletchley was Britain's centre for the decryption of enemy codes and ciphers during WWII. The complex at Milton Keynes houses the Bletchley Park Museum and the National Museum of Computing. It was at Bletchley that…

Blenheim Palace

Park Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, OX20 1PP
Blenheim Palace is a monumental mansion designed by the controversial architect Sir John Vanbrugh in the rare English Baroque style.  The palace was originally meant to be a gift from Queen Anne and the British…

Bodelwyddan Castle

Engine Hill (Rd), Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire, England, United Kingdom, LL18 5YA
Found in North Wales close to mountains and the sea this is a building designed by a man much better known for his connection with Victorian London and the forerunner of the famous black taxis…
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