England is filled with beautiful buildings and scenery that could be plucked straight out of a magical snow globe. Here, Danielle Jones picks out ten locations that wouldn’t be out of place in a festive snow globe setting.
Built by William the Conqueror and overlooking the River Avon, Warwick Castle has stood since 1068.
Bordering both North Devon and West Somerset, this National Park is home of the Exmoor pony and some of the darkest skies in the UK.
Once home to Anne Boleyn, wife of Henry VIII, and her family Hever Castle has stood since the 13th century.
The first recorded church on the site of York Minster was a wooden church built in 627AD to baptise Edwin, King of Northumbria.
The Grade II-listed Harringworth Viaduct carries steam trains across the Rutland countryside. Find more things to do in England’s smallest county.
As well as being home to England’s oldest university, Oxford was also the capital of England between the years of 1642 and 1646.
Wollaton Hall in Nottinghamshire is home to the Nottingham Natural History Museum and Industrial Museum.
The Warwickshire childhood home of Anne Hathaway Shakespeare’s wife, is so famous that there are several replicas built in Australia, Canada and the US.
The Banqueting House in Gibside was constructed in 1746, and was a standalone building built purely for entertaining guests.
Overlooking the River Arun, Arundel Castle in West Sussex dates back to 1067 and is a Grade I listed building.
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