In search of history, my travels have taken me to numerous locations across the United Kingdom. 

The wee black and white logo circle will indicate the places I've visited, and when clicked, it'll take you to the blurbs below note the importance of these locations 
(logo circles not available on the phones yet, I apologise).

The blurbs will have links to my corresponding blog posts.
 

Map of Britain History
 
 
 

London

The Capital of the United Kingdom, located in Southern England.
Read more here.

Inverness

The Capital of the Scottish Highlands, located in Northern Scotland.

Winchester

Anglo-Saxon Capital of England. Rumoured seat of Camelot. Read more here.

Caernarfon Castle

North Welsh castle built by Edward I as part of his conquest of Wales. Birthplace of the first English-speaking Prince of Wales.

Edinburgh

The Capital of Scotland. The centre of Scottish power until the Unification of the Crowns.

Kenilworth Castle

Medieval Castle ruins in the Midlands. Connections to Henry V, War of the Roses and Elizabeth I's favourite. Visited by Shakespeare as a child.

Barley Hall

Medieval time capsule in centre of York. Read more here.

Warwick Castle

Medieval Castle. Former seat of the Earls of Warwick. One time home of Richard III.

Dover Castle

Fortress on England's Southeast Coast, 'The Gateway to England'.

Urquhart Castle & Loch Ness

Medieval Castle ruin in Northern Scotland, standing proudly on the bank of Loch Ness.

Portsmouth

Port city and naval base in Southern England. Home to retired ships that made history.

Pembroke Castle

Welsh town, birthplace of Henry Tudor, aka Henry VII.

Stirling

Scottish town, 'The Gateway to Highlands'.

Lincoln

City in East Midlands. Houses one of four copies of Magna Carta.

Fountains Abbey

Ruins of Cistercian monastery in Ripon, Yorkshire.

Leicester

Place of discovery & reinterment of Richard III.

Windsor Castle

The largest and oldest castle still in use. 

Culloden Moor

A site of 1746 battle.

Hastings & Pevensey

Towns on England's Southeast Coast, famous for the Norman Invasion & Battle in 1066.

Tenby

Seaside town in South Wales. Came under Tudor overlordship. Read more here.

Linlithgow Palace

Birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots and James V of Scotland.

Gainsborough Old Hall

Country House in Lincolnshire, visited by both Richard III & Henry VIII. Temporary sanctuary for the Mayflower Pilgrims. Read more here.

York

The Northern Capital of England. 

Middleham Castle

Ruins of a medieval castle in the English Midlands. Childhood home of Richard III.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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