Legoland in almost everything you see is ingeniously built of Lego. This theme park based on the Lego Children bring life to children and offer lots of fun with 50 interactive rides, shows and building workshops, driving schools and attractions.
The London Eye has become one of the landmarks of London. Opened in March 2000, the wheel is a metaphor for the end of the century. In January 2011, is the official name was changed to EDF Energy London Eye. The London Eye is 135m/443ft high and there are 32 capsules attached to the wheel that moves slowly with a speed of 26 cm per second.
Stonehenge is a circle of old stone buildings erected between 3000 BC and 1600 BC. He is one of the most important prehistoric monuments in Britain. It was built in three phases and is estimated to had more than 30 million hours of work. Sandstone blue stones and were hundreds of miles on site in Wiltshire.
British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom. It is also one of the largest libraries in the world and contains about 150 million documents with a stunning copy of each new publication in the United Kingdom and Ireland will be added to the collection each year. The library is open to anyone who has a real need to use its collections and a player passes must be obtained before access to reading rooms.
Camden Market is actually a collection of several major markets in Camden Town. Different markets are in Camden Lock, the Stables, Canal Market, Buck Street Market, Inverness Street Market and the Electric Ballroom. Due to the huge amount of visitors to the market, Camden Town tube station is only open to passengers on arrival Sunday afternoon.
Blackpool has a beach and theme park. Perfect for adults and kids.