For a small island we aren’t short of a few world-class attractions. If you’re heading to some of the UK’s biggest and brightest, you can rely on Premier Inn for a great night’s sleep after a day of thrills and spills
From Nemesis to Oblivion, The Blade to Nemesis Sub-Terra – adrenaline junkies travel miles for the thrills at Alton Towers. The UK’s biggest theme park has something for everyone, including interactive experiences and a Waterpark, while little kids will love Wobble World.
Britain’s first national park is at the southern tip of the Pennines, an area of stunning natural beauty and bountiful wildlife. Discover the Dark Peak and the White Peak on a ranger-led walk, trot the trails on horseback, or take to one of the traffic-free cycling trails with awe-inspiring views.
This grand Romanesque building has a huge, arching main hall that famously houses the replica of a Diplodocus carnegii – a magnificent dinosaur skeleton. Meet a T-Rex, explore a Blue Whale, and discover the terrifying natural forces at work in the Volcanoes and Earthquakes gallery.
The world’s most-visited modern art gallery, in the iconic former Bankside Power Station, sits on the south bank of the River Thames, with views across the Millennium Bridge to St Paul’s Cathedral.
At the world’s busiest live music and events venue you can see everything from Take That and Fleetwood Mac to Top Gear Live. Grab dinner and a drink on-site before the big show – or even climb right over the top of the dome!
The London Eye
Get a birds’ eye view of the capital from one of the capsules on this landmark attraction. Even on a rainy day the views are still impressive – while at night you can see the city twinkling into the distance.