Days Out Ideas

10 Extraordinary UK Landmarks

Written by Helen

blog-ad-holkhamestate

Forget the 7 Wonders of the World,  there are so many wonderful sights to see right here in the UK. Here are the ‘Picniq 10 Wonders of the UK’ to add to your family bucket list this summer.

Stonehenge, Wiltshire

Stonehenge on #Daysoutwithkids
The best known prehistoric monument in Europe and one of the 7 Wonders of the World.  A masterpiece of engineering!
Click here for more information 

Eden Project, Cornwall

Eden Project on #Daysoutwithkids
These stunning buildings contain the worlds largest rainforest in captivity. You will see jungles, waterfalls and much more!
Click here for more information

York Minster, York

York-Minster on #Daysoutwithkids
An absolutely beautiful building and a great place to discover the history of York. Children can borrow an explorer backpack including a torch, mirror, binoculars and much more to help them discover the treasures of York Minster.
Click here for more information

Windsor Castle, Berkshire

Windsor Castle on #Daysoutwithkids
As the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the Official Residence of Her Majesty the Queen, this is the perfect setting for a regal day out with the family. Covering 13 acres, you’ll discover gorgeous architecture, stunning interiors and many changing displays for you to learn all about the history.
Click here for more information

Seven Sisters Cliffs, Eastbourne

Seven sisters on #Daysoutwithkids
Located at Beachy Head, these cliffs are often seen in films as for the ‘White Cliffs of Dover’ because they are bright white and free from development.

Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland

Giants Causeway on #Daysoutwithkids
These amazing ‘stepping stones’ into the sea are actually basalt columns that were formed by an ancient volcanic eruption. There are about 40,000 in total.
Click here for more information

Durdle Door & Lulworth Cove, Dorset

Lulworth Cove on #Daysoutwithkids
A stunning, scallop-shaped cove and rock formation ‘Durdle Door’,  formed approximately 10,000 years ago by the power of water.

The landscape around the cove is constantly changing and the area is extremely important for its geology.
Click here for my information

Cheddar Gorge, Somerset

cheddar Gorge on #Daysoutwithkids
This is biggest and most dramatic gorge in Britain with cliffs rising to 450ft and reaching over 3 miles in length. There are two beautiful stalactite caverns to explore.
Click here for more information

The Needles, Isle of Wight

Needles IOW on #Daysoutwithkids
Situated off Alum Bay the iconic chalk needles were formed 500 years B.C! From the viewing platform at Alum Bay you will get a great view. Or why not take the chairlift from the top of the cliff down to the beach and back to get a great view of the whole area.
Click here for more information

Big Ben, London

Big Ben
Big Ben is technically the name of the bell inside the clock tower which is named ‘Elizabeth Tower’. Book on to one of the fascinating tours of these iconic buildings and the whole family will learn about the rich history, traditions, the famous bell and the stunning buildings.
Click here for more information

Are there any landmarks you think we’ve missed? Let us know by commenting below.

claire-big#daysoutwithkids

logo-picniq-BLOG-AD

About Us

Picniq is a site for all parents on the hunt for fun things to do with the kids! We’ve found all the attractions, both near and far, so you don’t have to! Visit Website

Got a question, need some help or have an great idea for a new feature? We’d love to hear from you! You can contact us at contact@picniq.co..uk

Picniq® Experts in Family Travel

© Copyright 2021 | Picniq Ltd (a division of IMMAT LTD) Registered in England and Wales, company number: 08507282.
Registered Address: Space House, 22-24 Oxford Rd, Bournemouth, Dorset BH8 8EZ.
Members of ABTA (number P7380). Picniq Ltd acts as agent for all attraction tickets and holiday packages booked through this website.
Data Protection Act 1998 Reg No. Z1385884 Terms of use + Privacy Policy