It’s the Queen’s official 92nd birthday this coming Saturday, But she was actually born on April 21st, 1926. In preparation for the Queen’s Birthday
f you can’t get down to Stonehenge on your next visit, check out these miniature wonders to get your dose of ancient history. A visit to Stonehenge
Let’s take a closer look at Meghan & Harry’s lives before their fairytale romance: All about Harry and Meghan
A visit to the Churchill War Rooms. his secret, yet incredibly significant, mystery complex of underground war rooms.
You might be surprised to hear that the Royals of the UK don’t actually require a last name. A short history of Royal surnames
If you’re a big fan of the show, you’ll know that much of the action takes place – locations from CBC’s The Tudors
We could say that the British Royal Family know how to throw a lavish wedding better than anybody. The most iconic royal wedding locations
Why not delve into some real culture at one of many exhibitions happening at London’s vibrant arts scene in 2018? Here’s our pick of the best.
The United Kingdom is blessed with a rich cultural history and some relics surpass these every-day mementos and stand out as true treasures of a forgotten age. They are Britain’s own ancient wonders – fascinating and beautiful structures that are emblematic of the country’s heritage.
Indulge yourself in some truly British culture and explore some of the world’s greatest literary works, including Charles Dickens, Virginia Woolf, and George Orwell, with our list of best British novels of all time.
Discover the ‘proper’ way to enjoy a good cup of tea with our British Afternoon Tea Etiquette guide
On your next visit to the UK, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the lives of these great people. Brits that changed the world.