Scotland: Queen Elizabeth II Canal, Grangemouth. Note that HMS Queen Elizabeth, a Royal Navy aircraft carrier, is actually named in honour of an earlier HMS Queen Elizabeth, which in turn was named after Elizabeth I, although many sources talk of the carrier as the "namesake" of the current Queen.
Queen Elizabeth I's reign was sometimes referred to as the Golden Age or Elizabethan England, an era of peace and prosperity when the arts had a chance to blossom with Elizabeth's support. While she worked hard at court, Elizabeth took time for leisurely pursuits. She loved music and could play the lute.
One of her first actions as queen was the establishment of an English Protestant church, of which she became the Supreme Governor.