_We***45This little town Stratford upon Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare. you’ll find the house he was born in and able to take a tour. definitely worth going. It has plenty of small quant stores dotted around and the whole town is dedicated to theatre and Shakespeare.
M43***62Library Of Birmingham is a superb looking modern building that dominates Centenary Square.My twin brother Stephen and I were heading to The Post Office Vaults Pub and passed this extraordinary building, a relatively modern structure set over several floors , I never ventured inside but saw they had a cafe which I would have visited but my tram was about to leave ,I just loved the look of the library building, very photogenic made for some great photographic opportunities, its easy to locate on Centenary Square and hard to miss such is its size.Well worth checking out if you're in the area
358***33Gloucester Cathedral is an ancient and magnificent giant church in the south of England. It became a place of pilgrimage for people as early as 1300 years ago. The church is buried with King Edward II of England. The Gothic architecture of this church is very beautiful, it is very spacious, there are many different sizes of space, there are three floors to visit. Especially the corridor outside the church is very magnificent. It was used as the filming location of the movie "Harry Potter" twice in 2002 and 2008, and it is worth visiting.