Nearly half of Britons have a UK bucket list of places they want to visit and experience. From climbing the British Isles highest mountain to Hadrian’s iconic wall, here are a few bucket list landmarks that you can find across the British Isles.
1 Go to the Tower of London
An iconic London landmark perched on the edge of the Thames, the Tower of London is one of the UK’s most fascinating tourist sites. Unravel the secrets of London that lie behind the castle walls. The Tower of London experience includes a guided tour, live re-enactments and access to exhibitions. And don’t forget to witness the dazzling, world famous Crown Jewels!
2 Walking Hadrian’s Wall
Hadrian’s Wall is a unique must-see landmark built in AD 122 to separate Roman Britain and Scotland. The wall ran from Wallsend in the east to Bowness on the Solway Firth. You can still walk along parts of Hadrian’s Wall today. You also might remember the wall from the scene in the movie Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves with Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman.
3 Visiting Edinburgh Castle
Spend hours getting lost in the history of Scotland’s famous icon. Past winner of the top “UK Heritage Attraction” in the British Travel Awards, a visit to 12th century Edinburgh Castle is a must-see as part of your Edinburgh trip. Guided tours available.
4 Climb Ben Nevis
The highest mountain in the British Isles is an entry on most Britons bucket lists. Feel a sense of achievement by climbing 1,345m above sea level to reach the cairn and observatory ruins that still remain. ‘The Ben’ is also a principal location for ice climbing.
5 Explore the Eden Project
The Eighth Wonder of the World? Some would say so. Awarded the “Best UK Leisure Attraction” for 6 years running, the Eden Project is deserving of any visitors’ undivided attention. From a rainforest canopy walk to stunning garden displays and evening gigs, the Eden Project has something for everyone.
6 Explore Sherwood Forest
Covering 450 acres and home to 900 veteran oak trees, Sherwood Forest is the legendary home of Robin Hood. The area has been wooded since the Ice Age and makes a great family fun day out with walking trails, bird spotting, and the annual Robin Hood Festival.