Question 1: In which city is the Great Central Railway, the only place in the world where you can see full-size steam engines passing each other, located?
Question 2: Which city, sitting on a five-mile stretch of beach, is home to the National Waterfront Museum?
Question 3: In which city can you see the Victory, Warrior and what’s left of the Mary Rose?
Question 4: Ah ha! This city has over 1,500 heritage buildings from every British era, including the beautiful Dragon Hall. Which is it?
Question 5: Which city should you head to if you want to go looking for the Loch Ness Monster, as it’s just a 13.3 mile drive away from the loch?
Question 6: If you want to see a tropical garden the size of 30 football pitches, which westerly city should you head to?
Question 7: In which iconic seaside resort can you see the stunning Royal Pavilion?
Question 8: In which city would you find a former flax mill, once considered the biggest single room in the world, with a façade modelled on Egypt’s Temple of Horus?
Question 9: The magnificent Hadrian’s Wall is 84 miles long, but through which of the following cities does it stretch?
Question 10: This city is perhaps best known for being home to a famous zoo and a castle, but it’s also where the National Museum of Scotland is located, which is it?
Once you’ve had a go, check your answers here. Good luck!