2. ) Durham
If that you are interested in the quintessential British experience which has everything, then do not look any farther than a trip Durham. Easily obtained by railway, and near Newcastle International Airport, Durham’s town boasts a UNESCO recorded castle and cathedral, whereas the remaining part of the area is packed full of history, character and one of the best museums I have ever seen.
Durham town itself is famed for its castle and cathedral, equally magnificent and deserving of a couple hours, while trendy cafes and historical buildings are near by. Outside of town, you’ve got the Durham Heritage Coast, perfect for relaxing and hiking, and tons of woods and green rolling mountains in the area — it is also pretty easy to get around by public transportation for those not wanting to hire a vehicle.
Be certain to see Beamish Museum, a living museum that I ended up spending a complete day in, it was good! Imagine a museum matches theme park vibe, where every thing is totally interactive, and now you may discover the background of England in the 1800s onwards. From old-school candy stores and photography studios entirely staffed to classic trams and busses driving about, the opportunity to see history performed, there are celebrities at the ‘homes’ and ‘schools’ such as makes this an superb chance to experience background.