Relive the story of Durham from Medieval times to the 20th century in this excellent local history Museum. Enjoy models of the medieval city and 19th century Market Place and explore the reconstruction of a Victorian prison cell.
The NEC - where brands are born, products are launched, networks are made - and a great day out is had!
Step into the finest and best-preserved fortified medieval manor house in England. Discover the great hall, unchanged for over 700 years. Spot characters carved in the timbers of the 17th-century gatehouse and climb to the top of a fairy-tale tower for breath-taking views of the Shropshire Hills.
No-one ever forgets their first sight of Oxburgh - a romantic, moated manor house.
Built by the Bedingfeld family in the 15th century, they have lived here ever since. Inside, the family's Catholic history is revealed, complete with a secret priest's hole which you can crawl inside.
Overlooking the stunning South coast of the Isle of Wight and set in beautiful gardens, Blackgang Chine offers an enchanting experience like no other.
The oldest aviation museum in the UK dedicated to the preservation and display of de Havilland Aircraft.
Eastnor Castle lies in Herefordshire at the foot of the Malvern Hills on the edge of the Cotswolds. Surrounded by a beautiful deer park, arboretum and lake, Eastnor Castle is the home of the Hervey-Bathurst family.
RHS Garden Hyde Hall is surely one of the finest gardens in the East of England, its location among rolling hills and fantastic panoramic views can often surprise the visitor to Essex.
Few sporting venues can match the rich heritage and history of Ascot Racecourse. Over the past 300 years, Ascot has established itself as a national institution; with Royal Ascot becoming the centrepiece of the British social calendar and the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world.
Kent's most successful animal park offers a unique experience like no other!
The Grand was opened on July 23 1894 by Thomas Sergenson, Blackpool’s first successful theatrical manager.
This remarkable castle, built on the instruction of William the Conqueror, has been a family home for 450 years. Prior to the Watson’s ownership the Castle was held by the crown. There are very few other homes that have been continuously occupied for nearly 1000 years and within that time been owned by just one family since being relinquished as a royal Castle. This is a particularly extraordinary aspect of Rockingham’s long and fascinating story.
Calling all Captains, Commodores and Sailors! Come and climb aboard the brand new Caribbean Cove Galleon and sail away to the seven seas on a magical adventure. Or why not have a go at climbing to the top of the lookout point to spot rays, jellyfish and turtles swimming around Caribbean Cove – just watch out for any sharks!
The National Tramway Museum is an Accredited Museum and is home to a world renowned vintage tram fleet, as well as vast collections of photographs and archive materials. The Museum’s collections are one of the most comprehensive collections of trams and tramway history in the world.
The Swindon Museum and Art Gallery is in the Old Town area of Swindon. In 1930, Apsley House, which until then had always been a family house, was adapted to house the Museum Collection.
Enjoy free entry to the largest and most diverse community museum in Lincolnshire celebrating the counties' rich and varied history.
Killerton is a warm and welcoming Georgian family home with a colourful history. On your visit you can see the annually changing fashion exhibition upstairs in the house, learn the history behind family portraits, listen to the country-house organ that is still played today and relive times past at the historical events.
From medieval fortress to Elizabethan palace, Kenilworth Castle has been at the centre of England's affairs for much of its 900 year history. Today, you can scale the heights of the tower built to woo Queen Elizabeth I and marvel at the mighty Norman keep.
Welcome to this very special, wonderfully picturesque region. A short break or a holiday to the Cotswolds will leave you wanting more, and you’ll be booking your next Cotswolds holiday as soon as you return home.
Windermere in the Lake District - ten and a half miles long and 219 feet deep - is England's largest lake. Its name comes from the Scandinavian for 'lake of a man called Vinandr'.
Spring is an exciting time as you sense the energy of human encounter and discovery. Visit and you can join them, either for worship or just to wander in the beautiful space and reflect for a few minutes on the creativity and skill of those who built it.
The Botanic Garden was founded in 1621 with a mission To promote the furtherance of learning and to glorify nature. In the almost 400 years since then, although many people and plants have been involved in the history of the Garden, they continue to educate as many people as possible about the importance of plants, to help conserve plants around the world and to support teaching and research at the University and beyond.
The greatest railway museum in the world, with almost 1 million visitors per year to the sites in York and Shildon.
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