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Things to Do in UK
The United Kingdom is well-known for its rich history and legacy which is considered as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. With London standing as the unparalleled capital city, United Kingdom has been attracting travel bugs from a long past. Adding more lusters to its high profile of tourism this country will provide you some of the must-see tourist attractions which have been held high among the million visitors. Those must-see eye candy tourist attractions are listed as follows:
     
Alton Towers
The Alton Towers Theme Park has something for the whole family, with tons of terrific rides, amazing live shows and wonderful costume characters.
 
Alton Towers is located in 500 acres of Staffordshire countryside and as well as having rides and attractions for all ages, has two fully themed hotels, a huge indoor and outdoor waterpark, a luxurious Spa, plus a unique Conference Centre just a stone's throw away from all the action. Thrill seekers enjoy adrenalin fun on some of Europe's top rides such as Air, Nemesis, Oblivion and Rita - Queen of Speed and there are special events throughout the season for all the family to enjoy - from Easter to Halloween.
 
     
Thorpe Park
THORPE PARK unleashes extreme terror in 2009 with the hotly anticipated launch of SAW - The Ride, the first ever horror movie themed rollercoaster. The new coaster will test the nerve of all who dare ride it by placing them at the mercy of the film's master manipulator, Jigsaw, to endure a 'beyond vertical' drop of 100° from a terrifying height of 100ft, as well as three death defying inversions.
 
For the more extreme thrills, THORPE PARK is the 'must see' destination for adrenaline junkies! Those who are brave enough can ride the 'Unholy Trinity', allow yourself to be propelled from 0-80 mph in less than 2 seconds to the jaw-dropping height of 205 ft, as you experience the might of Stealth - feel the heat of Nemesis Inferno as you plunge into the fires of a volcano at an incredible G-Force of 4.5 and if your nerves are still intact, complete the trinity on Colossus, the world's first ten-looping rollercoaster.
 
Chessington
Discover more at Chessington World of Adventures and Zoo. Go underwater and explore the secret world under the sea as Chessington opens a brand new Sealife Centre housing over 20 marine life displays with species ranging from tiny shrimps and starfish to magnificent sharks and stingrays! Screams, thrills and spills.
From the Forbidden Kingdom to Animal Antics, Toadies Crazy Cars to a brand new Children's Zoo Chessington World of Adventures and Zoo promises a hassle free, adventurous family day out everyone will want to explore.
 
     
Diggerland
Diggerland welcomes you to four sites- one at  Strood, Kent, one at Langley Park, Co. Durham, one at  Verbeer Manor, Cullompton, Devonand one at Whitwood, near Castleford in West Yorkshire.
Diggerland guarantees a fun filled, exciting, action packed day out for kids and adults of all ages. 
Children and adults have the opportunity to ride in, and drive, different types of construction machinery including Dumper Trucks, Mini Diggers and Giant Diggers.
There are great opportunities to take photos, or learn about the workings of the machines from the fully trained Instructors constantly on hand. Diggerland is a day out with a difference: not only can families learn about how these diggers work, they can actually drive them, too!
 
     
Camelot
Camelot Theme Park offers rides to kids and 'big kids' of all ages, whether you like the big roller coasters, log flumes or prefer something a little gentler for the younger ones. There's even tons to do in our indoor play area if the weather takes a turn for the worse.
 
     
Lightwater Valley
Set in 175 acres of gorgeous North Yorkshire parkland, Lightwater Valley Theme Park is home to over 40 thrilling rides and attractions for kids of all ages!
As one of the finest theme parks in the UK, the line-up comprises some amazing rides, including Europe’s longest rollercoaster - The Ultimate, as well as the stomach churning, mighty Eagle’s Claw and the splashtastic Wild River Rapids. Plus, a once abandoned mineshaft has been re-awakened, feel the terror as you enter the abyss of darkness that is the subterranean underworld of Raptor Attack.
 
     
Drayton Manor
Everyone’s favourite theme park, packed with a host of great rides and attractions set in 280 acres of lakes and parkland. Drayton Manor features some of the biggest, wettest and scariest rides around! Apocalypse is the world’s first stand up tower drop. Shockwave is Europe’s only stand up rollercoaster.
Stormforce 10 is ‘the best water ride in the country’ as mentioned in Daily Express newspaper. Maelstrom is the only gyro swing to make you face outwards! Pandemonium turns your world upside down!
And the incredible G-Force is a rollercoaster ride like you’ve never had before! This £3 million ride takes terrified thrillseekers through a series of high banked twists and turns at speeds of up to 70 kph at 4.3 Gs, whilst hanging by the hip! 
There’s also a host of fantastic family entertainment with Excalibur – a Dragon’s Tale, the Pirate Adventure, Drayton Manor’s live theatres - and the Drunken Barrels is fantastic new fun for all the family! Thomas Land is packed with rides just for younger children.
Drayton Manor Zoo is home to over a hundred species from throughout the world – plus Dinosaurland, museums, shops, cafes, bars and restaurants – and much more! It’s a fantastic fun-filled day for everyone.
 
     
Stonehenge
The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stonehenge is a place of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments with several hundred burial mounds. It is located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 13 km north of Salisbury. The iconic stone monument, which was erected around 2500 BC is the awe inspiring structure enough to mesmerize your mind at a glimpse. With the label of legally protected Scheduled Ancient Monument, Stonehenge is owned by the Crown and managed by English Heritage, while the surrounding land is in the possession of National Trust. Stonehenge shows thearchitectural mastery of the ancestors and it is still a great wonder how they carried the mighty stones from a long distance.
 
     
York Minster
York Minster located in York of England is the second largest Gothic cathedral of Northern Europe. Formally known as The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St Peter in York, York Minster serves as the seat of Archbishop of York, the second-highest office of the Church of England. In 741 the church was destroyed in a fire but, it was rebuilt as a more impressive structure containing thirty altars. The Minster with 158 m length has three towers each of which 60 m high. The choir has an interior height of 31 metres. It is a great place to make your time for a visit. The vast spaces filled with music and the great artistic work on glass, stone, and other fabrics are definitely the welcome feature of York Minster.
 
     
     
 
 
 
   
   
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