The 100 best things to see and do in the UK - What's on your Great British Bucket List?

The Great British Bucket List

The 100 best things to see and do in the UK - What's on your Great British Bucket List?

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Collection of vintage posters worth £15,000 from the Golden Age of British travel is found under carpet of a rundown house

Vintage posters worth £15,000 found under carpet of a rundown house

Collection of vintage posters worth £15,000 from the Golden Age of British travel is found under carpet of a rundown house

'Summer Holidays at Blackpool’, LMS poster, 1923-1947. Poster produced for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to Blackpool, Lancashire. The central text box details the amusements which can be enjoyed there, superimposed on a view of the town. .,MAR16

'Summer Holidays at Blackpool’, LMS poster, 1923-1947. Poster produced for the London, Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) to promote rail travel to Blackpool, Lancashire. The central text box details the amusements which can be enjoyed there, superimposed on a view of the town. .,MAR16

Tucked away from Victoria Street (a must-see in itself for Harry Potter fans, since it inspired Diagon Alley) is Ladystair’s Close, home of the Edinburgh Writer’s Museum, which features a glorious bookshop, a tribute to the evolution of printed books, and an exhibition on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde author, Robert Louis Stevenson, who spent many years in the city.

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Tucked away from Victoria Street (a must-see in itself for Harry Potter fans, since it inspired Diagon Alley) is Ladystair’s Close, home of the Edinburgh Writer’s Museum, which features a glorious bookshop, a tribute to the evolution of printed books, and an exhibition on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde author, Robert Louis Stevenson, who spent many years in the city.

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