The Jane Austen Centre in Bath, England, has unveiled a waxwork figure of the famed author, allowing people to see the face of Jane Austen for the first time.
The Roman Baths for which this southwestern England city is named, are some of the most remarkable Roman ruins outside of Rome itself.
The city is the destination of choice for international travelers for the third time in four years, according to the annual MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index released today.
The four surviving original copies of the Magna Carta will come together for what organizers say is the first time ever as part of the 800th anniversary celebration of the declaration. Two of the copies are housed at the British Library in London, a third is in Lincoln Cathedral in Lincoln and the fourth in Salisbury Cathedral in Salisbury.
Tickets are now on sale for the limited season of exhibition The Art of the Brick – over 75 artworks created by US artist Nathan Sawaya, using more than a million Lego bricks – at London’s Old Truman Brewery this autumn.
Delta and Virgin Atlantic Airways will transfer operations for nonstop flights connecting London-Heathrow to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
The 16.8 million people who visited London in 2013 marks a new record for the city and tops the previous record by more than a million people.
The Churchill War Rooms offer an incredible, one-of-a-kind look at Winston Churchill and England’s approach to World War II. The museum is located in the underground complex that Prime Minister Winston Churchill to lead the government during World War II.
London welcomed more than 16 million people to the city in 2013, setting a tourism record for most visitors in a year.