The UK is simply brimming with sights and things to do. Whether you fancy a fun family day out with the kids, a cultural getaway with your other half or a getting back to nature, there is certainly no shortage of places to visit. If you fancy a trip up North, you have lots of big cities like Manchester, Liverpool and Blackpool to keep you entertained with the likes of Old Trafford, Heaton Park and Sandcastle Water Park.
If you prefer to see what the South has to offer, why not explore the coastal cities, such as Cornwall and Dorset? Whether you are looking to make memories with your family, get a culture hit, or to explore the great outdoors, there is certainly no shortage of UK attractions to meet any visitor's needs. Get ideas for exciting events to attend and things to see using our extensive listings for what to do in a whole host of great British cities. Then, you can book and buy tickets for your chosen activities using our site and get ready to explore.
If you are heading to the North of the UK and are looking for somewhere to take the children, Blackpool is sure to provide hours of entertainment. The Pleasure Beach amusement park has plenty of thrilling rides for both adults and young children alike, if it rains you can also head to Sandcastle Water Park, the UK's largest indoor water park with tropical temperatures and abundance of exciting waterslides. No trip to Blackpool would be complete without a trip to the infamous Blackpool Tower either. Alternatively, Cadbury's World is somewhere no sweet-toothed chocoholic would care to miss and one Birmingham's major attractions. This is a place for all the family to celebrate chocolate production, with different areas to explore and unique opportunities such as making your own chocolate recipe! Equally popular is the Sea Life Centre with its fascinating array of sea and water creatures from sharks to otters.
For adventures in the South of the UK, there are also plenty of places to visit. You'll find the Eden Project in Cornwall not only allows visitors to wander around massive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity but there is also the exhilarating 660-metre SkyWire zip wire, the longest and fastest zip wire in England, and a 65ft-high giant swing from a cliff edge! Nature lovers should also visit Stonehenge to discover the history behind our Neolithic ancestors. As one of the UK's top attractions, it has an exceptional exhibition and visitor centre with 250 ancient objects and reconstruction of a 5,500-year-old man. An additional benefit is that Stonehenge is only an hour away from the city of Bath. The entire city is a UNESCO World Heritage Centre where visitors can learn about the UK's Roman past and take a relaxing dip in the iconic Roman Baths.
These are just a few of the many wonderful places to visit and activities that you can enjoy in the UK. When considering what to do, you'll need to gather specific information about opening and closing times, tour schedules (if relevant) and ticket information. Minimum age restrictions may also apply for some places so be sure to check these out too. Browse our site for fantastic offers for UK attractions.