Inject a piece of the UK into your Zoom conference calls and get inspired by these iconic backgrounds.
How does it work?
- Find an image you love and click the 'Download Here' button
- The image will open in a new tab in your browser. Right click on the image, and select save
- Save image to your computer
- Sign into Zoom and click your profile picture
- Click setting and then select Virtual Background
- Click the + button and select the image you saved
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Caernarvon Castle, Wales
Caernarvon, or Caernarfon Castle is a historic site located in the picturesque town of Caernarvon in North Wales. Find out more about this famous landmark on the Visit Wales website or visit our dedicated Wales page.
Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland
Located in the Scottish Highlands, this is magnificent view over the Glenfinnan valley with Loch Shiel in the background. Discover more on the VisitScotland website and embrace the history, traditions and culture that span over 8,000 years.
The Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland
The Giant's Causeway is Northern Ireland's first UNESCO Heritage Site. Flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean and a landscape of dramatic cliffs, you can enjoy this geological wonder from the comfort of your own home. Visit the Tourism Northern Ireland website or take a look at our Northern Ireland page.
The Dores Inn pub, Highlands, Scotland
Situated on the shores of the South Loch Ness in the Highlands, feel the spirit of Scotland with the unmistakable sight of kilts. Learn more at our dedicated Scotland page.
Tower Bridge, London
Enjoy the view of the famous Tower Bridge overlooking the River Thames, one of London's most historical landmarks with the Tower of London in the background. Immerse yourself in the English captial on our dedicated London page.
Blenheim Palace, England
The birthplace of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is one of Britain's finest stately homes since it was built in the 1700s. Located just outside of the famous city of Oxford, there is lots to learn about this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Find out more on the Blenheim Palace website or visit our Oxfordfordshire page.
From high-tech venues to incentive experiences that bring to life over 2,000 years of history, immerse yourself in the English capital that will always inspire. Find out more on our dedicated London page.
Brighton Pier, England
This city by the sea has a passion for creativity and are always looking at life from a different angle. Take in this spectacular view of the pier, one of Brighton's most iconic landmarks. Find out more on our Brighton page.
Wells-Next-The-Sea, Norfolk, England
With breath-taking views on award-winning beaches, this coastal destination is one of England's crowning glories. Find out more on the Visit Norfolk website.
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, England
One of the most magnificent settings of any of England's castles, Bamburgh Castle offers spectacular views across the Northumberland coastline. Find out more about this historical venue on the VisitBritain website.