Britain’s best places to go!

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The fabulous Big Ben, exciting British Museum and enjoyable Brighton are only some great places to visit in Britain. Photo credit thanks VisitBritain

By Nikiya Cooper, Aged 9 years

You may have wondered, as I did, what are the best places you can go in Britain? I think these places are a real adventure.  If you have yet to experience them, it is especially fun.

One of my favourite places out of all is Garsons Farm in Esher Surrey. It is a place full of all different fruits that you can pick according to the season. There you find many types of fruits and veg, which are very important for a growing person and a healthy diet. I think it’s lovely because you get to spend some time with family and friends and plus the things that you pick are also quite affordable so your parents can enjoy the day without thinking about spending too much money for it.I think the fruits taste really natural; it is organic, fresh and way healthier too. When you go there, there is a lovely picnic area full of grass and flowers; it’s a very green, wide, lovely space.

There is also a gorgeous garden centre full of all the different flowers you could imagine, with all the colours. Every one of the flowers looks absolutely beautiful in their own individual way, kind of like us humans. Esher also a lovely little town centre close to Garsons, and it would be lovely to explore.

Another great place is Central London. There are tons of places to explore, such as Madame Tussaud’s, M&M’s world and the London Eye.

The whole place is a big map of history and the artwork is so beautiful. There are lots of cool buildings and lots of places to explore and see in Central London. This place is a hot spot for the best restaurants; there is a mix of British and other cultures’ great food, like in China Town.

Now for the best restaurants, I really like sushi. I have been to Yo! Sushi, which is a lovely little Japanese place. It is very hi-tech in the way they serve the food, as the food goes round slowly on a conveyor belt. The selection is quite vast; they cater to vegetarians and fish eaters. There is also the option to have a meal prepared by the chefs.

My other favourite place is Nando’s. I think Nando’s is quite popular and well known, however I still want to mention that it a great place with the loveliest food and a lot of culture. There are many other awesome places that are great for catering, with lovely foods and different cultural influences.

Some of the most famous landmarks are the Shard, the Walky-Talky, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, which are along Westminster Bridge. On the other side of Westminster Bridge, there is the Southbank centre. This is a place that has so many different events throughout the year. I went there to watch a hip hop theatre production called “groove on down the road,” and absolutely loved it. What I noticed about Southbank is that the place was alive with people.

The British Museum is a good place to visit, it is a great way to learn about the history of Britain and many other things of the past and places in the world. If you do go here, it would be great to go with family; share the knowledge and share the experience, that way it will be more fun.

Brighton is a lovely place because it is a beautiful sight from afar and a great place to play. I love going on to the pebble beach and standing close to the sea. I try to make it more interesting by seeing how far I can throw the pebbles or trying to make the pebbles hop on the surface of the water. The pier is a great place because it’s really fun; there are lots of amusement arcade games and plenty of rides for all ages.

These are just some ideas of what I think are some of Britain’s best places to go.

Britain is a great place to explore. Maybe you have been and thought it was great; would like to go again?


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