66 Magnificent Landmarks of the UK you Need to See

From extraordinary medieval castles in Northern Ireland to the beautiful lochs of Scotland to awesome aqueducts in Wales to some of the most well-known icons in the world in London.

Here are 61 magnificent landmarks of the UK that you’ll be wanting to put on your travel bucket list.

This iconic British monument easily makes it to the top of the list of impressive landmarks in England. The prehistoric wonder is one of England’s most visited monuments and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



Big Ben is probably the world’s most famous clock, and when you see it, you’ll know why. The gothic architecture of the long silhouette is impressive and makes for great photo opportunities.

Big Ben


Hadrian’s Wall was built in AD122 and the ruins of this UNESCO World Heritage Site are still standing today. The wall stretches for 73 miles from Wallsend to Bowness.

Hadrian’s Wall


Like Stonehenge, Avebury is a prehistoric site featuring a stone circle. Avebury Henge is actually larger than Stonehenge and is the largest stone circle in England. It was originally made up of around 100 stones.

Avebury Stone Circle


You can’t travel to the UK without a visit to Windsor Castle. Known for its spectacular architecture and association with the royal family, you will be left captivated by the beauty of this castle.

Windsor Castle


Chalky white cliffs hugging the shoreline of Kent have got to be one of the most incredible natural views in England. The cliffs became a signal of hope for troops returning from World Wars across the English Channel.

White Cliffs of Dover


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