Kew Gardens

A UNESCO World Heritage Site Set in 326 acres of beautiful grounds containing the largest living plant collection in the world, Kew Gardens is a UNESCO World Heritage Site less than 30 minutes from central London. The Gardens’ famous glasshouses provide hours of fascinating discovery whether it’s a tropical rainforest in the iconic Palm House;…

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The Old Royal Naval College …

… Take a moment in time. Set in the heart of Maritime Greenwich’s UNESCO World Heritage site, the Old Royal Naval College is a remarkable place to visit, steeped in over 500 years of history. Explore Sir Christopher Wren’s iconic riverside masterpiece and walk in the footsteps of Tudor monarchs in the grounds of the…

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London – UNESCO Heritage

Experience our capital’s world-renowned UNESCO heritage A trip to London is always a treat and an experience, whether you are out to visit the iconic sightseeing spots or enjoy a fun-filled day out at a theatre or event. When it comes to seeing and exploring its visitor attractions, London is one of the few cities…

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