Most Spectacular Places to Visit in England during winter



England has a lot of spectacular places to visit. The fascinating thing is that I am showing just a few among them during winter.

The country of England is part of the United Kingdom. Wales borders it on the west, and Scotland on the north. To the southwest of England is the Celtic Sea, and to the northwest is the Irish Sea.

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace


Buckingham Palace is the royal residence and administrative headquarters of the United Kingdom's monarch. The palace, which is located in the City of Westminster, is frequently used for state ceremonies and royal hospitality.

The Queen resides at Buckingham Palace. Buckingham Palace is the Queen's official residence and the most important royal residence in London. Since 1837, it has served as the official London residence of the British monarchy. The first queen to reside there was Queen Victoria.

Big Ben

Big Ben

Big Ben is a nickname for the Great Bell of the striking clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, England, and it is often used to refer to the clock and the clock tower as well.
Sir Benjamin Hall


Why do they call Big ben?

The first is that it was named after Sir Benjamin Hall, the first commissioner of works, a huge man affectionately known as "Big Ben" within the house. The second suggestion is that it was named after Benjamin Caunt, a heavyweight boxing champion at the time.


St Paul's Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral


The Bishop of London is seated in St Paul's Church, an Anglican cathedral in London. The cathedral is the mother church of the London Diocese. It is a Grade I listed building on Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City of London.

From the funerals of Lord Nelson and Winston Churchill to the weddings of Prince Charles and Diana Spencer, St. Paul's Cathedral has played a significant role in many major cultural and religious events in London.

Kensington palace

Kensington Palace


Kensington Palace is a royal residence in Kensington Gardens, London, England, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Kensington Palace was the birthplace of Queen Victoria and has hosted some of the most famous British monarchs in history. It is currently the official house of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who moved there in 2011.

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey


Westminster Abbey is a massive, mostly Gothic abbey church in the City of Westminster, London, England, directly to the west of the Palace of Westminster.

Westminster Abbey is a London church where coronations and other important national ceremonies take place. It is located in the Greater London borough of Westminster, immediately west of the Houses of Parliament. The Collegiate Church of St. Benedict was refounded on the grounds of a former Benedictine monastery.

Tower of London

Tower of London


The Tower of London is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in downtown London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London.

In times of war and revolt, the Tower, as the most secure fortification in the land, guarded royal possessions and even the royal family. However, rulers used the Tower as a shockingly magnificent castle for 500 years. The Tower has served as a visual emblem of awe and horror throughout history.

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge


Built between 1886 and 1894, Tower Bridge is a Grade I listed dual bascule and suspension bridge in London, designed by Horace Jones and engineered by John Wolfe Barry with the assistance of Henry Marc Brunel.
Because of its Neo-Gothic style and elevating central parts, Tower Bridge is known as London's most spectacular bridge. It was the world's most advanced bascule bridge when it first opened.

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