10 of Britain’s most fascinating literary landmarks

Here, from VisitBritain, are ten must see literary destinations to add to your bucketlist. Click on the link at the bottom for details. I’ve attended a play at The Globe, which was riveting. The action on stage was so absorbing that I didn’t even notice standing on a hard concrete floor for three hours. A modern day groundling. And Dylan Thomas’s Wales was beautiful, atmospheric, poetic in fact. Love his writing shed overlooking the Taf estuary in Laugharne. Even got up to Hay-on-Wye with all of its photogenic bookstores. As for the rest? Plenty to look forward to!

1. Roald Dahl: Cardiff
2. Shakespeare: Globe Theatre, London
3. Beatrix Potter: The Lake District
4. Bronte Sisters: Yorkshire Moors
5. Arthur Conan Doyle: London
6. Dylan Thomas: Wales
7. Charles Dickens: Kent
8. A.A. Milne: East Sussex
9. Robert Burns: Alloway
10. Agatha Christie: Torquay

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