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London, Edinburgh, Scotland, York, Bath, Leeds, Cardiff, Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool and many more tourist places to visit in United Kingdom with family.

The United Kingdom has become one of the top destinations for tourists over the years. There are a plethora of reasons like beautiful landscapes, heritage sites and museums rich in history. With that said, you can explore the remarkable cultural background of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Buckingham Palace in London is one of the major places to visit in United Kingdom with family.

The UK is home to the world’s most beautiful gardens in the world which makes it a popular destination for those who love photography. Your visit to the UK will be incomplete without attending the high-end music concerts with the best bands performing right in front of you. If you are also planning a getaway then you should go through this article to know about the top places to visit in UK with family.
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Top Destinations To Visit In UK with Family

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London

London city is a memoir of cobbled streets and hidden gems, and you’re bound to unravel a new side of it every time you’re over here. It is located in the Southeastern area of Great Britain and has something for everyone, from history and culture to fine food and good times. London is packed with conventional tourist spots, and the best way to explore the city is to discover the lesser-known nooks and crannies. The capital is known for its world-class cuisines, fashion statement, and superb shopping. 

There are various art galleries in London that have preserved the rich culture and history of this city. From museums to aquariums to giant shopping centers to world-class hotels and restaurants, you’ll find everything in London to keep you on your toes. London tourism has significantly increased in recent times because of the new avenues it has added in its already diverse historical and cultural scene. you can feel like being in the royal era by visiting Buckingham Palace, and you can recreate the scenes of your favorite movies at Warner Bros studio

London also offers tons of enthralling activities like strolling through the garden, watching shows at performing art venues and pedaling the fastest cycle track at Queen Elizabeth Park. You can also take a boat ride down the Thames River and you can try white water rafting at the Olympic course. In London the winters are very cold, windy and long while the summers are partly cloudy, comfortable and short. The daily lows range between 6 degrees to 13 degrees Celsius and the daily highs range between 12 degrees to 18 degrees Celsius. The overall weather here is generally temperate marine which means not higher than 32 degrees Celsius in summers and not less than 0 degrees Celsius in winters.

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Edinburgh

The breathtaking capital of Scotland, Edinburgh comprises two distinct sections, a medieval Old Town and a Georgian New Town. It is located in the southeastern part of Scotland in Lothian on the south bank of the Firth of Forth, a estuary that opens up into the North Sea.

The city is known for its gorgeous beauty with not only immense natural splendor but also stunning architecture, majestic castles, and miles of meandering streets. The spectacular and diverse landscape of the city makes it a must visit especially as you can witness a gradual transformation from the volcanic Pentland Hills in the south to the beaches of Portobello in the East.

Edinburgh has several attractions in the historic Old Town including the Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. You can also go on a sightseeing tour to the New Town where you can explore the exquisite shops and restaurants or even climb up to the Arthur’s Seat for some of the most breathtaking views.

There are various other interesting activities that you can engage in such as exploring the Edinburgh Castle, visiting the National Museum of Scotland, strolling through Holyrood Park, discovering the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions, and much more.

Like most other parts of the country, Edinburgh has a temperate maritime climate with its summers very mild but winters cold and humid. It rains here all through the year and the average temperature is around 8.8°C.

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Scotland

A country located in Europe’s mid-west is part of the UK and occupies Great Britain’s northern third has to be Scotland. The southern part of England shares a border with the mainland of Scotland. This country is home to as many as 800 small islands that include Skye, Arran, Hebrides, Orkney, and Shetland. Scotland has it all to woo globetrotters from all across the world; right from quaint villages to culturally rich cities, valleys, breathtaking mountains, and dramatic coastlines.

The beauty of Scotland lies in its dramatic sceneries and rugged landscapes. The jagged mountains, windswept moors, and wild cliffs of Scotland offer natural beauty and charm that beg to be explored. The most endearing features of the country are its great glens. Most of these glens carved out during the last Ice Age’s glaciers are staggeringly alluring valleys that have rivulets running through them and boast exuberant greenery. Besides beautiful beaches, the country has towering mountains and tranquil lochs that perfectly reflect the mountains.

History is dispersed all through the country as your sightseeing adventures take you to the fabled battlefields and castles where clans fought. For instance, there is the 13th-century Edinburgh Castle and Royal Mile where you can revisit the tumultuous history of Scotland. Head to Loch Ness, the largest water body in Scotland’s Great Glen that connects the west and east coasts of Scotland. This scenic Loch Ness is surrounded by the Urquhart Castle above the water on the hillside. Just a short drive towards Glasgow’s northwest is the idyllic Loch Lomond that boasts fishes in abundance, boat trips, lakeside rambles, and treks up the majestic Ben Lomond.

If you are all set to explore the wonders within the country then you must know that Scotland has probably over a million ways to fill your holiday with incredible things to do. You can go island hopping to the Shetland, Orkney, outer and inner Hebrides; you can take day trips from Edinburgh to visit the Stirling Castle, Abbotsford in Melrose; set out on a bespoke whiskey tour, or simply board the Hogwarts Express to immerse yourself in the Harry Potter’s wizardry by booking a seat on a Jacobite Steam train to explore Fort William and Mallaig.

Scotland’s weather tends to be quite changeable and moderate but is seldom extreme. The climate is very wet and generally cool with the annual high temperature ranging between 15°C - 17°C during summer, and the colder temperatures hovering between 0-7°C. The oceanic climate of the country makes it windy, rainy, damp, and very cool most time of the year. In fact, you may even experience “four seasons” in a single day. But, come shine or rain, Scotland will never dampen your spirits.

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York City

An iconic Roman cathedral city, York is located in North Yorkshire on the confluence of rivers Ouse and Foss in England. The vibrantly festive city boasts of Roman origins and a memorable Viking past and is placed halfway between London and Edinburgh. Surrounded by the Yorkshire Dales, Wolds and North York Moors, York has a unique place among English cities.

Voted by the Sunday Times as the “Best Place to Live in the UK”, York has ancient historical walls that stand guard over the vibrantly modern shops and eateries and host festivals throughout the year. With a blend of cultural traditions and long-standing heritage, York’s urban aesthetic is unparalleled.

A visitor to York definitely needs to visit its iconic landmarks, like the York Minster, Mediaeval City Walls, Clifford’s Tower, York Castle Museum, Shambles, Jorvik Viking Centre, National Railway Museum, Castle Howard, Yorkshire Museum and Gardens, Stonegate and Barley Hall, York’s churches, Beverley, Yorkshire Wolds Way, Yorkshire Air Museum and Allied Air Forces Memorial, among many others.

From embarking on walking tours of the numerous sights and experiencing York’s spooky side on the ghost walk tours, entertain yourself with a host of activities that range from visiting theatres, cinemas and music venues and biking, golfing and trampolining in the outdoors. Witness the city’s beauty come alive as much at its parks and gardens as at its museums and galleries. York, much like the rest of England, has short mild summers and long cold winters, and rainfall throughout the year, so pack your bags at any point of the year and come visit this iconic city.

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Bath

Situated in Bath and North East Somerset in the United Kingdom, Bath is home to some of the most remarkable Georgian architecture in the world. Regarded as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, the city of Bath attracts over 4.4 million people throughout the year to its hot springs and Roman baths.

This beautiful town in the United Kingdom is filled with creativity, uniqueness, and style, which makes it an ideal spot for romantic breaks, a foodie’s getaway to explore new cuisine, and short fun holidays. A world heritage site, Bath garners the interest of tourists with its Hot Springs, Roman Baths, medieval heritage, and Georgian architecture.

There are innumerable tourist attractions in Bath that visitors must include in their travel itinerary, including Roman Baths, Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, Thermae Bath Spa, Cross Bath, Holburne Museum, Fashion Museum Bath, Sally Lunn’s Eating House, Herschel Museum of Astronomy, and Theatre Royal.  

Visitors can take a tour of the beautifully preserved Great Bath, soak themselves in the rooftop spa pool, and pay a visit to the Pulteney Bridge for shopping. Besides this, you can take a stroll around the Royal Crescent, go to an art gallery to admire the fine and decorative art collections, and dive deeper into the history of Bath through different museums in the city.

In the town of Bath, the weather is comfortable and partly cloudy during the summer season, while the winters are long, windy, chilling, and mostly cloudy.

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Leeds

The largest in the English county of West Yorkshire, Leeds lies on the river Aire and is part of the UK’s fourth largest urban area. The birthplace of carbonated water and the Marks & Spencer clothing brand, Leeds is renowned for its successful sports teams and numerous retail spaces.

One of the most visited cities in England, this old industrial hub has transitioned itself into a modern chic city, incorporating cultural traditions with its historical and natural spaces to offer visitors a one-of-a-kind experience.
Some of the most iconic attractions of Leeds include the famed Civic Quarter, the Headrow, Briggate, The Royal Armouries Museum, St John the Evangelist’s Church, Leeds Corn Exchange, Harewood House, Leeds Industrial
Museum at Armley Mills, Temple Newsam House, Thackray Medical Museum, Lotherton Hall, Abbey House and Museum, Roundhay Park, Golden Acre Park, Yorkshire Dales, Meanwood Valley Trail, and nearby locations like the National Coal Mining Museum and Harrogate.

This university city offers much more than its museums and art galleries, with its shopping scene a major attraction for visitors. Participate in live cultural entertainment at events like the Leeds Festival, the Leeds International Concert Season, and the Leeds International Film Festival. Indulge in the country’s best biking and hiking experiences at Yorkshire Dales, and stroll amidst nature at gigantic parks like the Roundhay and Golden Acre. Warm and temperate, Leeds has comfortably mild summers and cold winters, with rainfall being a regular occurrence throughout the year.

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Cardiff

The capital city of Wales, Cardiff is the largest city in the nation and is part of the Eurocities network of Europe’s largest cities. The most popular destination in Wales, the city has also featured in major international shows like Doctor Who and Sherlock.

Bustling with culture and entertainment, Cardiff is as much a natural paradise as it is a concrete maze. As the mediaeval wonders of the city come abuzz with tourists, so do the numerous natural attractions. From dining at iconic restaurants to staying at spectacular hotels, luxury comes on a budget at Cardiff.

If you are in Cardiff, remember to visit its most popular attractions, the ultimate highlight being Cardiff Castle, where you get to witness 200 years of incredible history. Heritage lives on at the National Museum and St. Fagans, while for those who wish to explore nature’s beauty, Cardiff Bay Barrage and Flat Holm Island are the ideal destinations.

Cardiff is renowned for its adventure-based activities at the Cardiff International White Water. Indulge in the thrills of boat trips, cycling and biking, trekking, and water sports at the various sports centres and outdoor centres of the city. Revel in the beautiful sights and dine and lounge as you travel through this Welsh city.

The oceanic climate of Cardiff ranges from mild and cloudy summers and long and cold winters, and the rainfall here is significant. These pleasant weather conditions make Cardiff popular among visitors throughout the year.

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Glasgow

Vibrant, modern, edgy, artistic and beautiful are just some of the words that can be used to describe the largest city in Scotland - Glasgow. Located on the banks of the River Clyde, the city is one of the most important centres for culture and trade in the Western Lowlands. The city is also an important access point for the rest of the country, and the perfect place from which you can explore the rest of the places like the Highlands and the capital city of Edinburgh.

The city is also brimming with some of the most significant historical attractions in the UK, including the University of Glasgow, Glasgow Cathedral, Necropolis, The Botanical Gardens, and The Lighthouse. You can explore the myriad facets of the culture of Glasgow in the many museums that can be found in the city as well. Places like Finestone and Merchant City are also ideal for shopping.

When you are exploring the city, make sure you don’t mind out on some of the essential experiences like walking or cycling tours, visiting the many whiskey distilleries for a taste of the finest whiskey in the world and eating at amazing restaurants that serve delectable Scottish food and also some of the best curries in this part of the world. Glasgow is also known for its vibrant music scene, so make sure you catch a concert while you’re at it.

If you’re wondering when to visit, then the best time would be between March and August when the weather is pleasant and cool, and there is enough daylight. The altitude of Glasgow as well as the mountains and the rivers make it a cold place with little daylight through most part of the year.

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Birmingham

Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England. With a population of 1,140,000 it is the largest and most populous British city outside London. Birmingham's metropolitan area is the second-largest in the United Kingdom with an estimated population of 2.2 million.

The place is breathtakingly beautiful and filled with culture and history. It is also a city which serves the regions of the West Midlands, a centre of higher education and a major economic driver. Its industries include aerospace, automotive, engineering, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Birmingham is the only major British city with a Muslim majority.

Birmingham contains a wide range of cultural attractions which makes it a very diverse and unique city. Some of the major attractions of the city include the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, which is the largest in Europe and the National Sea Life Centre which is located at the city centre.

Birmingham's culinary scene has progressed enormously over the last few years and is now an established and popular part of the city's cultural history and social life. The success of restaurants such as Gilroy's, Little Barbecue, Aspery's, including their various spin-offs - Battersea Park Hotel, Parlour Bar & Brasserie and Flat Iron - has meant that Birmingham has become known as the National City of Gastronomy.

The place offers a lot of interesting and fun activities to do including playing football or rugby in one of the many parks in the city or taking in the beauty of the lovely botanical Gardens at the place. One can also explore the brindleyplace or the canal quarter or discover the city on a walking tour.

The weather at the place is generally warm and temperate. Birmingham experiences all four seasons, which is predominantly conditioned by the mass of the ocean and latitude. The local climate is hot-summer Mediterranean and its summers are notably warmer than London and other places in the United Kingdom, although they are affected by frequent minor rainfall. Winters in Birmingham tend to be mild with infrequent heavy periods of rain and snow every few years. Heavy snowfall has been experienced in Birmingham; however it rarely settles on the ground for more than a few hours.

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Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the fundamental cities in the United Kingdom located in Merseyside within the boundaries of Lancashire. A metropolitan borough, Liverpool is renowned for its fantastic culture, The Beatles, its award-winning football team, and buzzing nightlife. All the football and music fans have an obsession with this beautiful town of Liverpool.

The town of Liverpool is the ultimate blend of ancient heritage and urban culture. With stunning architecture, tranquil and breathtakingly beautiful parks, colorful and interesting docks, and two famous cathedrals, the city is considered to be the third most beautiful sight in the entire United Kingdom. 

Some of the prominent attractions of Liverpool that you must include in your travel itinerary are The Beatles, Royal Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Pier Head, Victoria Gallery and Museum, Walker Art Gallery, St. George’s Hall, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool Cathedral, and Croxteth Hall.

Upon your visit to Liverpool, tourists can indulge in some Beatlemania in The Beattle, enjoy the city’s music scenery in local venues, and witness the beautiful city through the Daily River Explorer Cruise. You can also admire the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the United Kingdom from the Albert Dock and take a stroll along the Georgian Quarter.

As far as the weather is concerned, Liverpool experiences a temperate climate with cool summers and gentle winters. You must always expect the unexpected as there are frequent chances of rain, clouds, wind, and the sun.

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The London Eye, one of the world's tallest overhung observation wheels, offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the city. This gorgeous and unique observational wheel, also known as the Coca-Cola London Eye has 32 high-tech glass capsules or pods inside which you can stand and whirl like a large Ferris wheel.

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Camera Obscura And World Of Illusions, Edinburgh

  • The Camera Obscura and World of Illusions was founded in 1835 by entrepreneur Maria Theresa Short.
  • The rooftop of the skyscrapers provides a 360 view of Edinburgh and makes it one of the top places to visit in United Kingdom with family.  
  • The building has five floors and they consist of a vortex tunnel on the first floor, a shrinking room on the second floor, optical illusions and tricks, and a mirror maze on the remaining floors. 
  • The magic gallery present in the place can be explored for plasma tubes, globes, and the Maddening Magic Eye.

Location: The Royal Mile, 549 Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2ND, United Kingdom

Timing:
9.30 am to 7 pm

Entry Fee: 
Adult: £20.95
                  Child (5-15): £16.95
                  Senior (65+): £18.95
                  Student (with ID): £18.95

The historically important site of Stonehenge is more than 5,000 years old and continues to flourish since 2500 BCE. At the site you would find large size stones arranged in a circular design. The arrangement is such that you could study the planet movements on the days of winter and summer solstices.

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Edinburgh Castle

  • Edinburgh Castle, which now serves as a military station, faced invaders at least twenty-three times but was retained by the Scots.
  • Edinburgh castle is the keeper of the jewels termed as Honours of Scotland and is one of the most interesting places to visit in Uk with family. 
  • St Margaret’s Chapel is the oldest building constructed inside the castle.
  • It also is the home to the National War Museum which exhibits the rich heritage and history of the royal Scottish military.

Location: Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NG, United Kingdom

Timing:
9.30 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: 
Adult: £18.00
                  Child (6-18): £11.00
                  Senior (65+): £14.00

Featured in several Hollywood movies, the beautiful London Bridge is known as the World’s largest antique and a worldwide famous attraction. Spread over 269 meters, the London Bridge is one of the many bridges in London straddling the River Thames between Borough High Street in SouthWark and King William Street in Lake Havasu City.

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One of the most iconic historical sites in the world, the Tower of London is not just a backdrop but the lead actor in various significant events in British history. The tower has other attractions which draw non-military visitors to it. The tower’s history as a prison for various famous and unexpected prisoners attracts visitors. The tower is now a world heritage site and the most famous castle, attracting 2 million visitors annually. 

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Warwick Castle is among those places which remain alive in your memories even after you leave. The castle will take you on a journey over thousands of years of history. Initially made by William the Conqueror in 1066, the castle has seen various notorious visitors, including famous politicians, nobles, knights, queens, and kings.

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Buckingham Palace was built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham and has been the official residence of the British royals since 1837. Today, however, it is considered one of the most prestigious tourist destinations in the United Kingdom. A tour of Buckingham Palace delivers nothing but grandeur and exhilaration, from leisurely observation to the Changing of the Guards.

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Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the first Harry Potter film, was shot at a studio in Leavesden in 2000. Following the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Warner Bros. stated that the location would be purchased as a permanent wizarding attraction. In 2010, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London –The Making of Harry Potter was officially unveiled. So far, all eight films' props, costumes, and sets have been stored and maintained.

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Alton Towers is the United Kingdom's largest theme park, encompassing 3.7 km2 in central Staffordshire. Alton Towers has a variety of rides and activities for the whole family's enjoyment. Theme Park goes from all over the UK and abroad to Alton Towers since it is the most well-known and popular one. Set in the picturesque Staffordshire countryside, the resort features a theme park, Alton Towers Hotel, Splash Landings Hotel, Waterpark, Spa, and the Extraordinary Golf and Conference Center. Alton Towers is a beautiful spot for a family day out because more than 75 rides are available for guests, including thrilling rides, spooky rides, rides for younger children, and a range of attractions.

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The Shard is one of London's iconic skyscrapers, commonly referred to as the Shard of Glass (after which it is named) and Shard London Bridge. It is regarded as the second tallest free-standing structure or building in the United Kingdom. It forms a centerpiece of the Shard quarter on the south side located upon the River Thames. 

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Westminster Abbey is a huge and prominent Anglican Church at Westminster London that is also famous as the burial place of many notable personalities. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this Royal Church boasts of a rich history that lures millions of tourists every year. The Abbey also houses many tombs, statues and memorials thus making it a must-visit attraction in London.

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The attraction of Chester Zoo is amongst the must places to visit in Chester as it brings the living beings of the wildlife to you while making you learn about their natural habitats. The preservation efforts of the attraction are aimed towards the conservation of wildlife and creating awareness about their natural habitats.

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National Railway Museum is a locomotive museum that has an exciting collection of world-famous trains such as the world’s fastest steam locomotive, Mallard, the latest inventions Japanese Bullet trains and Rocket train, etc. The place even has royal railway carriages displaying the grandeur of royal traveling. The museum has audio boxes narrating the 200 years of history of the railways.

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Cadbury World is a big visitor’s attraction in Birmingham. You can avail yourself of a self-guided exhibition tour that is run by Cadbury World, itself. On this tour, you will be able to learn about the origins of cocoa, the process of manufacturing chocolate, and more. You can also taste the delicious chocolates made by Cadbury.

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The Roman Baths

  • It is one of the most popular religious baths in the world and top places to visit in UK with family.
  • It is administered by the Heritage Services Section of Bath & Northeast Somerset Council. 
  • There are four major attractions- Roman bath, Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House, the museum and Sacred Spring.
  • One can explore the Roman artefacts and a gilt bronze head of the Goddess Sulis Minerva which exhibits the rich Roman culture. 

Location:
Abbey Churchyard, Bath BA1 1LZ, United Kingdom

Timing:
9 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: 
Adult: £20.00
                  Student: £19.00
                  Child (6-18): £12.50
                  Senior (65+): £19.00
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Science Museum, London

  • It is one of the most famous science and technology museums in the world and top places to visit in United Kingdom with family.
  • The museum, established in 1851 has both science and arts artefacts and is a home to around 15,000 objects. 
  • One can see the Soyuz TMA-19M descent module, the aircraft that bought back the first piece of the moon.  
  • The museum welcomes around three million visitors a year. 

Location: 
Exhibition Road South Kensington, London SW7 2DD England

Timing: 
10 am to 6 pm

Entry Fee: 
Free
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National Space Centre, Leicester

  • The planetarium is one of the best places to visit in United Kingdom with family as it offers a lot of educational resources.
  • The centre holds different movie-themed events, astronaut visits, special Star Wars, LEGO and Time Lord weekends.
  • The space centre is also home to six galleries that are full of satellites, rockets, and meteorites. 
  • One can also explore the 42-metre-high rocket tower which is one of the most iconic collections in the space centre.

Location: Exploration Dr, Leicester LE4 5NS, United Kingdom

Timing:
10 am to 4 pm

Entry Fee: 
Adult: £16.95
                  Child (5-16): £13.95
                  Senior (65+): £13.95

Home to an extensive collection of marvellous paintings, sculptures, Art Nouveau items, and furniture, this museum boasts a total of 22 theme-based galleries. Here, you will find more than 8000 extraordinary objects belonging to natural history, arms, art movements, etc. 

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People Also Ask About United Kingdom

  1. What are the best places to visit in the UK with the family?

    1. Science Museum
    2. National Museum
    3. National Space centre
    4. Buckingham Palace
  2. What is the best time to visit the UK with the family?

    Spring (late March to early June) or autumn (September to November) is the best time to visit the UK with your family. During this time, the weather is pleasant and the temperature is moderate thus making it perfect to cover all the destinations smoothly.
  3. What is special about the UK?

    The UK is blessed with a glorious history, literature and culture and the Royals. Apart from this, you can visit the country to explore its sports, stunning castles, historical universities, Scottish landscapes, stone henges in Salisbury and cultural diversities.
  4. How to reach the UK?

    By Air: Heathrow Airport (LHR), Manchester Airport (MAN), Luton Airport (LTN), Gatwick Airport (LGW), and London Stansted Airport (STN) are the major airports with international flights operating from almost all parts of the world.

    By Train:
    Eurostar Railway channel connects the UK to Paris and Brussels 

    By Road:
    Victoria Coach Station is the major bus terminal in the UK. The night buses help in commuting in the least time from 11.30 am to 5 pm.
  5. How many days do you need in the UK?

    You just need two weeks to explore all the places. During these two weeks, you can check out the nightlife in London, and the cultural heritage in villages like Scotland, Big Ben, the Science Museum, the Tower of London, The British Museum, Edinburgh castle and Buckingham palace etc. 
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