England's history is a colorful, multidimensional tapestry of thousands of years. Visitors traveling to England today can still visit important Neolithic monuments like Stonehenge and Avebury, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Impressive structures dating back to the Romans still stand like Hadrian's Wall and the thermal baths in Bath. The country's heritage has been molded by its native Briton, Germanic, Scandinavian and Norman-French inhabitants, and events that began in England, like the Industrial Revolution, the colonization of North America's East Coast, and the release of the Beatles' debut album took the world by storm.
Visitors today have such a tremendous variety of interesting historical attractions, that we can't possibly do it justice. A few of our favorite historical attractions include medieval Warwick Castle, Battle Abbey (the site of the 11th-century Battle of Hastings), Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Castle, the Tower of London, the Cotswolds' Corinium Museum, Westminster Abbey and Salisbury Cathedral.