The top monuments, buildings, and notable architecture in the U.K.
Even if you can't attend a performance, this painstaking replica of an Elizabethan theater in the round is worth a visit just to see it and learn more about the history of British theatre
London's iconic exclamation point, the clock tower housing Big Ben, sprouts from the honey-hued complex of be-spired 1840 buildings where British Parliament meets (and you can attend sessions)
The bustling heart of London's upscale West End
This faux-medieval bridge is well worth the photo stop—but you might not bother with the exhibition
A monumental arch with some lovely London views
A 17th century manor house in Hampstead Heath with a fabulous free art collection
The poster child white horse of Wiltshire dates to the 18C
A gorgeous arc of Georgian architecture
A lovely square (er, circle) of Georgian architecture
Giant white horses carved into the grass of chalk hillsides, some dating back to the 18C
This modern pedestrian suspension bridge between the City and Southwark has quickly become a beloved landmark
This London rail station was catapulted to fame as the location of Platform 9 3/4 in the Harry Potter books and movies
Windsor Castle is the oldest royal residence in the world still being used by a royal family.