Take a Historical Trip around Britain
Posted on 8th May 2020 at 13:25
There are a whole host of historical landmarks and building throughout Britain that you may not have had a chance to visit yet. So we have hand-picked just a few to explore from the comfort of your armchair. Grab a cup of tea and relax while you experience these interesting virtual tours.
Jump on a 360º tour of Dover Castle in Kent, which has guarded this gateway to the realm for nine centuries.
Hadrian’s Wall is the largest Roman artifact in the world. Stretching for 73 miles from coast to coast across some of the wildest and most dramatic countryside in England, this UNESCO World Heritage Site continues to reveal the secrets of life along the northern frontier of the Roman Empire. Take a 360° tour of two of its most important landmarks: Chester's Roman Fort and Housestead's Roman Fort.
Stand in the centre of Stonehenge - one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe. The megalithic circle on Salisbury Plain inspires awe and fascination—but also intense debate some 4,600 years after it was built by ancient Britons who left no written record.
Dating back to the 12th century, Edinburgh Castle has dominated the capital city’s skyline for generations. Dramatically perched above the city on Castle Rock, you can wander up to the landmark from the atmospheric, cobbled Royal Mile. Take an interactive flight over the castle - how many landmarks can you spot from here?
Tower of London
Join Dan Snow and Chief Yeoman Warder Alan Kingshott on a 360° tour of the Tower of London.
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