Sir John Soane’s Museum, one of the many stunning house museums in London. Check out some of the other stunning house museums London has to offer at TheCultureTrip.com. Click the image to view the full list! http://www.soane.org/your_visit
Although I’m a huge proponent of public transportation, Ireland is a country where a car is practically a necessity. CLICK to see out all the beautiful places to visit in the Perfect Ireland Road Trip itinerary! | http://passportandplates.com
The Chateau Laroche (Loveland) - Also known as the Loveland Castle, this lovely little medieval structure was built by hand--brick by brick--by one man, Sir Harry Andrews. Today it is open for the public to view for $5 a person, and is operated by modern day knights.
Once owned by Elizabethan explorer Sir Walter Raleigh, and now the Irish home of the Duke of Devonshire, Lismore Castle is a lesson in absolute luxury. First built in 1185 and added to throughout the following seven centuries, the castle sits above the River Blackwater and has welcomed Fred Astaire and John F. Kennedy through its impressive gates. If you’re feeling flush, you’re in luck: the castle can be rented in its entirety, with guests waited on by the Duke’s personal staff…