Ascott House presents as an ‘Old English’ manor house of black and white half timber, with red –tiled roofs and shafted brick chimneystacks. Its core is an old farmhouse thought to date from 1606.
The Crewe Heritage Centre was constructed on the site of the original Crewe locomotive works by Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council during 1986-87 and was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in July 1987.
In this house Jane revised the three manuscripts she had written previously, but which had remained unpublished, wrote three more novels and started one more, which was destined to remain unfinished before illness overtook her.
Coalport China Museum is one of the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums.
Mill Green Museum is a restored 18th century working flour mill powered by water to produce flour and demonstrate historic milling practices (subject to demand for flour and weather conditions).
The beautiful building that is Hereford Cathedral, is the home of a community which has worshipped and worked together continuously for well over 1,300 years.
Whether you’re looking to learn more about the Maidstone Museum dinosaurs, wish to examine the collection of oil paintings in the Bentlif Art Gallery, or are looking to research Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, visiting Maidstone Museum enables you to experience culture and history among one of the finest museums in the South East.
Admire horse-drawn vehicles from the 1880s and learn how they gave way first to steam driven, then petrol & diesel powered motor lorries & buses.
Climb the mighty ramparts for views over the Wiltshire plains and imagine the once thriving town of Old Sarum. Stand in the footprint of Salisbury's original cathedral, conquer the royal castle which stood high on the motte, and discover the awe-inspiring Iron Age hill fort where it all began.
A place where kings and convicts have walked A symbol of power and punishment through the ages And home to an original 1215 Magna Carta
Harewood sits in the heart of Yorkshire and is one of the Treasure Houses of England. The House was built in the 18th century and has art collections to rival the finest in the land.http://harewood.org
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