In pictures: Britain’s best UNESCO World Heritage Sites
From Stonehenge to the Tower of London, we’ve selected some of our favourite British UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Discover more about the natural wonder of the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland and other British World Heritage sites by clicking here.
The ancient stone circle on a Salisbury plain offers a glimpse into Britain’s distant past. Click here to read more about this intriguing Neolithic monument.
Read more about the Tower of London and other famous city landmarks here.
This 95-mile stretch of coast, one of the most spectacular and unspoilt in Britain, tells the story of 185 million years of the Earth’s history – spanning the age of dinosaurs, giant reptiles and the first frogs and mammals.
Delve into Blenheim Palace’s rich 300-year plus history here.
Once the most heavily fortified border in the Roman empire, Hadrian’s Wall consists of a string of forts, milecastles and turrets. Click here to find out more about its fascinating history.
Click here to explore Bath’s great Georgian crescents, Roman archaeology and beautiful natural scenery, and discover why the entire city was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Click here to discover more about the World Heritage site, which UNESCO declared to be “the largest and most perfect monument of ‘Norman’ style architecture in England”.
For more on Britain’s wondrous World Heritage Sites, see Britain’s World Heritage Sites.