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Top historical attractions of England – Best historic places to visit in England, UK

History seems boring, but it is not apt when you are in England. The region has various assets which excites you to visit the historical places more often. England is home to thousands of must-see historical attractions, and don’t worry it won’t let your child and family get bored. Lot to learn and lot to gain, you must not let yourself be deprived of these amazing historical sites. These historical attractions have captivated the best times of the age old aura, and packed with something for everyone.
1. Blenheim palace
Set in the Cotswold’s, Blenheim palace is one of the great historical attraction and the finest baroque houses in the country. There’s also a maze and facilities aimed at younger children. There are ample of fun activities including jousting tournaments and themed family tours to engage your family.
2. Chatsworth House
It is one of the treasure houses of England, which is situated in the heart of the the Peak District National Park. You definitely enjoy the farmyard offering milky demonstrations with your family. There are plenty of animal handling sessions which pays your visit.
3. Hampton Court Palace
This place with its world famous maze has lot to offer to visitors of all ages. It is the oldest Tudor palace of England which has Tudor kitchens, tennis courts, maze and state apartments.
4. Crathes castle
The Crathes  castle in Aberdeen, is a right pace for youngsters. There are various quizzes organised for young visitors and there’s an adventure playground for your kids to set them on high spirits.
5. Castle Howard
Castle Howard in York, is a magnificent 18th century house which has world class gardens and seasonal view to aspire the travelers. It must be there in your visiting list, as it has much to offer you with the unique essence in the environment and activities around.
6. The Royal Observatory
It is a museum of time and space, built by Sir  Christopher Wren in 1675. It is a great site to visit  in Greenwich that offers regular themed family events. Moreover, it is also the base point for world time and the site of Longitude 0.
7. The Royal Botanic Gardens
The gardens are located in Kew which has wonderful glasshouses and several attractions for your children as well. If you are a Nature lover with a deep sight of archaeology, go on visiting this place.
8. Alnwick Castle
Alnwick castles is amongst the most stunning castles in the region. It’s the second largest inhabited castle in England. It makes your children more ecstatic by dressing in the medieval costumes, and yes who said historical places are boring.
9. Sherwood Forest 
In Nottinghamshire, these areas are cover around 450 acres and incorporate some truly ancient area of native woodland. You must not be aware but these forests are the origin place for the great Robin Hood.
10. Windsor Castle
The Windsor castle in Berkshire is one of the oldest and the largest occupied castle in the world. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years old. Take you family as there are special events organised to drag you in the ancient period.

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