Colour in the Angel of the North -admittedly a much smaller version than the real Gateshead sculpture!
England Colouring Pages
Here are colouring pages of some of England's most famous landmarks, as well as an England flag to colour in. Scroll down for our popular (separate) collection of London colouring pages, too...
Colour in the glorious Canterbury Cathedral! This would be a fun addition to a project on Thomas Beckett, or Canterbury.
Show your support for the England team with this fun colouring page! When it is finished you could wave it like a flag during the next match...
Here's a colouring page of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre to print and enjoy. It's not quite what we expect a theatre to look like today! Remember, as a Tudor building, much of the outside would be dark-stained beams and whitewash.
Here's a lifelike colouring page of the HMS Victory to colour in - perfect for a visit to Portsmouth, a perhaps lesson about Admiral Lord Nelson or the Royal Navy.
It's coming home ... it's coming home ... Football's coming home ... How many of us are singing along with that old song right now? The kids can join in the fun with this new colouring page, keep their fingers crossed and enjoy the football!
The real London Eye has 32 'pods'. Our simplified London Eye colouring page is great for younger children.
London's taxis, originally known as Hackney Carriages, are famous around the world. Traditionally black, they now come in a variety of colours and are often covered with advertising - so you can let your imagination go wild on our London taxi colouring page.
Tourists love to watch the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. Here is a Queen's Guard for you to print and colour.
London buses are famous around the world. Get your red pens busy on our iconic Routemaster bus colouring page.
The kids in this colouring page are celebrating St George's Day with England flags and patriotic clothes. It's a fun page to colour in for other patriotic occasions too – perhaps an England rugby game?
Here's a simple colouring page of Stonehenge, showing as closely as possible the positions of the stones. Mysterious, isn't it!
Here is a traditional English telephone box colouring page for you to print and colour. You'll need a red pen!