Stonehenge in Salisbury. Picture: Shutterstock.

Most English citizens are in a good mood, and with the summer season - it's the perfect time to tour the English country. Here are a few places to check out in England.

1. Buckingham Palace - London

What is a tour of London without a visit to the Queen's home?
Tourists are offered the chance to glimpse inside one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today. 

Visitors are able to step inside the rooms the Queen uses to entertain official guests and see priceless pieces of art from the Royal Collection, including exquisite paintings by Rubens, Canaletto and Rembrandt. 

Tourists can also step outside for a tour of the palace’s gardens, a walled oasis in the middle of London which is home to 30 different species of bird and more than 350 different wild flowers. They can take a picture of the royal gold state coach, which has been used for every English coronation since King George IV.

The Gold State Coach of Buckingham Palace. Picture: Supplied

2. Old Trafford Stadium - Manchester

Take a tour of Manchester United's homeground and sit in your favourite player's seat in the dressing room, or walk through the players’ tunnel towards the pitch and take a seat on Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho’s seat in the dugout. 

You'll see the press room where the manager makes his statement after each home game, and the VIP room that has hosted so many big names over the years. 

After completing your behind the scenes tour, you'll get a personalised certificate to commemorate your visit to Old Trafford.

Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester. Picture: Supplied

3. The British Museum of Natural History - London

The British Museum of Natural History has been created for the purpose of keeping the memory of human history and culture. It contains permanent collections that number to a total of eight million works. 

It is considered to hold some of the most comprehensive collections from various continents. It started in 1753 and contained mosts of the collections of physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. 

The museum opened its doors to visitors on the 15th of January, 1759.

4. Harry Potter Studios - London 

Possibly one of the UK’s biggest cultural exports that has become the stuff of legend, the Harry Potter cinema franchise was filmed predominantly at the Warner Bros studios that are located a hair’s breadth outside of London.

Perfect for those who want to discover the magic behind the movie, the film studio and sets offer a glimpse into the world of wizardry that you won’t find anywhere else.

Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter Studios. Picture: Trip Advisor

5. Stonehenge - Salisbury

Stonehenge is Europe's best-known prehistoric monument, and is so popular that visitors are encouraged to buy tickets to visit the UNESCO heritage site in advance.

Presumably placed there between between 3000 and 1500 BC, Stonehenge is believed to have been a site of pagan worship, though opinions have famously differed on this for decades.  

Although you can't go inside the circle to wander among the stones during normal opening hours, you can reserve special early morning or late evening access into the circle through English Heritage, which manages the site.

6. Roman Baths - Bath

The Roman Baths give visitors the ability to still see how public bathing was done in the 19th century. Guests can check out the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House, and the other buildings on its street level however, the bath themselves are located below the modern street level.

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