The UK is home to many unique attractions, but you might not have visited or heard them all.

Visit Gloucester has put together a list of the most unique and interesting places and attractions to visit in the UK.

Two Hoots Ice Cream Boat – York

The Two Hoots ice cream boat can be seen crossing the York River, next to the Millennium Bridge. Whether you decide to stop by after a long riverside walk or start your adventures with a snack, the UK’s only ice cream boat might be just what you need.

Fingal Cave – Staffa Island

When traveling to Scotland, you can take a detour to the Isle of Staffa and visit Fingal Cave, the only geometric cave in the UK. The cave is known for its unique acoustics and structure as well as its 227 foot cave.

SULA flagship – Gloucester

The SULA flagship in Gloucester is the UK’s only flagship, accommodating up to four adults per stay. You can also hire the ship for private events and community days. The light was restored in 2020, illuminating the sky for the first time in 20 years. In order to keep it in the best conditions, the ship regularly undergoes restoration work.

Growing the Underground – London

The UK’s first underground farm, Growing Underground, is located 33 meters directly below Clapham in London. The farm was once an underground bomb shelter and uses 70% less water than the conventional aboveground farm. A farm tour gives you an insight into how the farm uses its space to grow fruit and vegetables for London residents.

The Minack Theater – Penzance

This theater is unique in that it is an open-air theater built over a ravine with a rocky outcrop of granite jutting out into the sea. It is carved into cliffs six kilometers away. from Lands End in Cornwall and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean.

The Lost Caves – Nottingham

This hidden bar can be quite difficult to find as his home is a cave 26 feet below ground level. It has original decorations like parrots and suitcases and was part of the Nottingham underground cave system. After its transformation, it is now a downtown bar.

Rebecca Clay, Head of Tourism and Destinations for Visit Gloucester, said: “The UK is home to many weird, wonderful and unique destinations that attract tourists from all over. Many of us aren’t aware that some of these spectacular attractions are just right on our doorstep, or even how easy it is to travel across the country to visit attractions further afield.

“The SULA flagship is a fantastic attraction for Gloucester, drawing tourists from all over the country to the Gloucester docks. With the ship having undergone a restoration in recent years, it is now the perfect once-in-a-lifetime trip.

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Source: www.times-series.co.uk
This notice was published: 2021-08-29 06:00:00