Whether you are born and bred in the UK or you find your travels take you to England, be sure not to miss these sites! Loch ness Visitors flock to this freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands hoping to see the monster. Kew gardens In the 19th Century tropical orchids were popular and thousands still flock to explore the 300 acres of gardens, greenhouses and a treetop walk. Big Ben, London The Houses of Parliament’s most famous clock tower is one of London’s iconic landmarks. St Michael’s Mount Know as the jewel in Cornwall’s crown, it is believed to be where the Greeks traded for Cornish tin. It’s now a National Trust property boasting a castle and beautiful gardens. Ben Nevis Standing at 4,409 ft, near Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, this is the UK’s highest mountain. White Cliffs of Dover, Kent A
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