The North’s Ace T Shirt
Leeds is a wonderful city in the north of England. It is in the middle of the English country of Yorkshire. To the south is the beautiful Lakelands with its rugged coastline and harbour. To the north east and west are two major harbors, Eastgate and Yarmouth.
On the northern bank of the River Aire in the Royal Armouries resides the national collection of antique arms and cannons. From here you can see across the estuary towards York. There are many interesting museums all within easy reach. Leeds Argylldewy Museum, Leeds Museum, the National Army Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum are all within walking distance. Across the estuary, the rebuilt industrial area around call Lane is famous for live music venues and bars.
As you journey up the winding narrow lanes you will pass the ornate Georgian town hall with its tower. Here you will also find the spectacular “Wick steed” found in the town square. The “Wick steed” is there since the thirteenth century. The Tower of London is another must see stop.
The next area you will want to investigate is the birthplace of James I of England. He was born here. This castle has been noted as being one of the best castle defenses in Europe during the war. The “Cathedral of St John the Baptist”, built during the twelfth century, is another well worth a visit. A three thousand-year-old church is also located here.
Yorkshire is not just a location for great days out. There are several cultural activities in this city for people of all ages. There is Shakespeare’s birthplace, York Minster. There is also “The Theatre Museum”, containing some of the theatre’s greatest pieces of work. This all comes under the heading of the Arts council as part of its heritage portfolio.
Take a tour of the Roman town of Bath. There are many fascinating museums here. You will be able to see many of the sights that were thought to have been destroyed by the Romans. There is “The Bathgate Caves”, “The Market Square Gallery” and “The Roman Baths”. Take a cable car ride to the top of “Thepecabra” – the highest mountain peak in all of Europe. There are many other attractions in the city as well, including “The English Riviera”.
Take a day trip to the “Roman Road” via “Harrow”. You will be able to walk the length of the Roman highway, and will see many spectacular Roman towns along the way. “Poppy Field” is just one of the many sites to visit along the route. Other must-see sites include “The Ringing Tree”, “The Tank Museum” and “The Abington Trust Museum and Art Gallery”. “The Well at Stonehenge” is another must-visit site. This ancient monument still stands today and provides visitors with a true and vivid experience of prehistoric Britain.
If you want to travel further east, you may want to visit “Watford”. There are many more attractions here, as well. In total, there are eight counties that can be visited in the north of England. These counties include “Wight”, “Essex”,” Buckinghamshire”,” Surrey”,” Hertfordshire”,” Oxfordshire” and” Cambridgeshire”. Of course, the “Cotswolds” and” Norfolk Broads” are all within easy reach of each other, as well. The towns of “Oxley”, “Suffolk”, “Notting Hill” and “Stratford upon Avon” are also excellent places to visit.
When visiting the North of England, it’s worthwhile to take a bit of time to see some of the castles and monasteries. There are literally hundreds of them in all of the counties listed above. Some of these monasteries are located inside of beautiful manor houses or castles. They contain priceless relics, which you can often purchase for a small price.
Another way to really enjoy the North of England is to take a long walk. Many of the locations have walking trails. They are very well maintained and allow for many different types of walking tours. For example, if you decide to visit “Harrowdown Hall”, you can expect to see Medieval weaponry and even a reconstruction of King Arthur’s court. There are many other Walking Parks located in the North of England.
For entertainment, there are many things to do. During the day, you can visit “Watford on Thames”, “Barrow Hall”, “St. Marychurch” and “St. Michael’s”. If you like something a little different, why not try “Portsmoye”, “Cromer” or “Cardiff”. There are so many great things to do in the north of England that it is definitely an excellent destination for a summer holiday.