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 Top 5 Best Places to travel in United Kingdom

                                You get to enjoy and learn about the history, culture and amazing art of the United Kingdom. The tradition here makes it different and attractive from other countries. We are going to tell you about 5 such places in the United Kingdom such as the British Museum, Edinburgh Castle, the Roman Bath, Westminster Abbey and Tower of London, which will introduce you to its culture, history and fantastic artworks. Talking about the budget, if you are going alone then you can visit this place comfortably at normal expense but if you want to go with your family then do not worry, I will tell you the ticket price below, you can book accordingly and make your own budget. Seafood is very popular in the United Kingdom and you will enjoy the gastronomic offerings. If you are a vegetarian then that is also easily available here. Both British classic and eclectic fashion trends are still seen in the UK today. Now let's talk about those 5 places where if you go to the United Kingdom, you should definitely visit there.

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1- The British Museum

The British Museum is a public museum located in London, England and was founded by Sir Hans Sloane in 1753. It is the world's largest and most comprehensive museum dedicated to human history, art and culture because it has over 8 millions works.  It is the first national public museum in the United Kingdom and the World. India's diamond, which is the world's most famous diamond, The Kohinoor Diamond is kept here. Apart from this, there are many famous things here such as the Rosetta Stone which was found in 196 BC and it played a very important role in understanding the hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt. The Elgin Marbles, also known as the Parthenon Marbles, were a collection of Classical Greek marble sculptures bequeathed by Lord Elgin in the early 19th century. The UK national museums are funded by the British government's Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), and are all located in England. 

Here is the price of tickets which has been divided into several categories:- 

  • Kids Age 5-15 : £16.80
  • Adults : £33.60
  • Members : Free

Now let's talk about its timings, it remains open from 10 am to 5 pm and on Fridays it opens till 8:30 pm. Keep one thing in mind that it may take you more than 2 hours to explore it completely.

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2- Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is a place that has been occupied by humans since the Iron Age. It is located on Castle Rock, a volcanic rock in the center of Edinburgh, Scotland and is one of the famous places in the United Kingdom as it attracts a lot of travelers.  If we talk about its history, since the 12th century it has been a royal residence, a military stronghold and also a flag of Scottish power. There was a time when the palace was full of life, bustle and noise and was home to lords, knights, servants, soldiers and entertainers. Edinburgh Castle attracts millions of tourists every year who come to see its history, architecture and cultural significance. Events, concerts and performances also take place here. If you are a couple and looking for a romantic place then Edinburgh will be best for you.

Here is the price of tickets which has been divided into several categories:- 




Kids (7-15)



Adults (16-65)



Senior 65+



Family (1 Adult +2 kids)



Family (2 Adults + 2 kids)



Family (2 Adults + 3 kids)



Now let us talk about its opening and closing which is a little different from other places. It is open from 9:30 am to 6 pm from April 1 to September 30 and from 9:30 am to 5 pm from October 1 to March 31.

3- The Roman Bath

You might have thought at some point of time that if you want to relax while talking by sitting in a pool, you can enjoy this fun by going to the Roman Bath. It is situated in the heart of the city, near the Abbey and the Pump Room. Here you get superheated dry and wet sweating-rooms. This place has a religious history, the people of  Roman Britain’s used to come here to worship the Goddess Sulis Minerva. The Roman bath is also called thermae and this name is derived from the Greek words thermos and balaneion. The Baths of Caracalla, the most famous of all ancient Roman thermae, were built between 211 and 224 BC by the emperors Caracalla, Heliogabalus, and Severus Alexander.

Here is the price of tickets which has been divided into several categories:- 




Children's Age 6-18






Adult 19-64



Senior 65+



Family (1 Adult + 2-4 kids)



Family (2 Adults + 1 kid)



Family (2 Adults + 2-4 kids)



The opening and closing hours of the Roman Bath in the United Kingdom are as follows: It is open from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and from Saturday to Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm. It is open throughout the year except 25th and 26th December.

4- Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is an Anglican church in London, England. It is located in the City of Westminster, London. It was built by Edward the Confessor in the 11th century, then from the 13th to the 16th century it was built in the Gothic style, which remains the same till today. Westminster Abbey is the most famous church in the United Kingdom, known for its royal weddings, coronations, and burials. This church has created a history here with its religious activities for 1000 years. About 18 British monarchs, from Edward the Confessor to 30 kings and queens, have been buried in the abbey since the last time King George II was buried in it in 1760. Westminster Abbey is open to the public all year round, giving visitors the opportunity to see and learn about its history, architecture and the many monuments within it.

Here is the price of tickets which has been divided into several categories:- 

  • Kids 0-5 : Free
  • Children 6-17 : £13
  • Adults 18-64 : £29
  • Seniors 65+ and Students : £26
Many weddings have also taken place here such as that of Prince Albert and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and Princess Anne and Mark Phillips.
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5- Tower of London

Everyone would have been deprived of the fact that there is a reason behind why this Tower of London is so famous. The Tower of London used to protect the royal family during the rebellion as one of the most secure palaces. You will be surprised to know that by far the maximum number of tourists in the United Kingdom come to the Tower of London every year. From here you can see different buildings and learn about its history and see displays and exhibitions. The measurement of the tower is (118 x 106 feet) and height is (90 feet). We know it by its famous names like Big Ben, Tower Clock, famous for its accuracy and for its massive bell.

Here is the price of tickets which has been divided into several categories:- 


Without Donation

With Donation

Kids Age 0-4



Children's Age 5-15



Full time student 16-17



Adult 18-64



Senior 65+



Groups of 15 or more






Now let's talk about the timings of Tower of London, it is open daily from 7 am to 7 pm. If you come here, please spare 2 to 3 hours of your time. It is best to come in the morning because at that time there is less crowd and you will be able to enjoy it.


Ultimately, the United Kingdom stands out as a priceless place that invites travelers to immerse themselves in history, culture, and beautiful craftsmanship. Anyone with a pocket-allowing budget can take home a lot of memorable travel memories from the United Kingdom. Little Life Adventures ensures that you or your family will never forget the delicious food and British culture here. One of its specialties is that according to the changing weather here, you can also see stylish clothes here. Above we talked about museums and many such places where you will find a guide but they will also talk to you in English and their accent is also good. If you want a guide in any other language, you will get that also but you will have to pay a charge for it. That's enough for today, I have written more articles on the United Kingdom, you can read them too, till then enjoy your journey and keep smiling. Thank you

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