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Ness, Cheshire
Originally created by Arthur Kilpin Bulley in 1898 and bequeathed to the University of Liverpool by his daughter Lois Agnes after his death in 1942, the garden showcases Bulley’s passion for new pl...
Milford, Staffordshire
The mysterious Shugborough Estate is the ancestral home of the Earls of Lichfield. With rumoured connections to the Holy Grail, the 364-hectare (900-acre) classical landscape is peppered with unusu...
Styal, Cheshire
This mill has been superbly restored by the National Trust and boasts a large estate, which was built in 1784 by the mill’s original owner, Samuel Gregg. Discover the gripping story of the mill wor...
Forgar, Angus
Set in 220 acres of beautiful woodlands and paddocks, Redwings Mountains provides a place of sanctuary to over 90 rescued horses, ponies, donkeys and mules. Here animal lovers can get up close and ...
Bradford, West Yorkshire
If you are interested in film, TV, radio and the web, this museum which has traditional and interactive galleries over eight floors is a must to visit. Every aspect of the media world is explored f...
Scholar Green, Cheshire
Take part in a whistle-stop tour and learn the highs and lows of the house and how one family ensured its safe upkeep for so many years. Discover how the Baker-Wilbraham family have adapted to soci...
Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
This hidden gem near Brampton Park has a wonderful eclectic collection of objects that relate to the history and the people of Newcastle-under-Lyme. You can also learn how this borough survived dur...
Newcastle, Staffordshire
This delightful small park, which has a Green Flag status, is an ideal place to relax and have a picnic. Children can have fun running, climbing and jumping around in the children’s play area and t...
Lichfield, Staffordshire
A stunning Georgian home of Erasmus Darwin, grandfather of Charles Darwin and leading 18th century doctor, scientist, botanist, inventor and poet. Founder member of the Lunar Society of Birmingham ...
Norwich, Norfolk
Visit one of East Anglia’s most elegant houses situated in a rolling landscape park with a beautiful lake and 520 acres of woods. Explore nature and wildlife on this bountiful estate and be delight...
Anglesey
This fabulous farm with stunning views of Caernarfon Castle, the Menai Straits and Snowdonia is well worth visiting. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of a real working environment where you...
Oakham, Rutland
ake a stroll around Britain’s largest collection of individually designed gardens. Discover 38 pocket-sized, themed garden ‘rooms’, which are full of inspirational ideas for garden-love...
Dyrham, Gloucestershire
Explore 270 acres of ancient parkland, where a historic herd of fallow deer roam freely. You will also witness magnificent trees and breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Inside the mansion, ...
Bath, Somerset
Home to one of the world’s leading collections of historic and fashionable dress, this is a venue to visit for every fashion lover. You’ll see everything from sumptuous Georgian gowns to spectacula...
Bath, Somerset
Visit Britain’s only hot spring, which still flows with naturally hot water today. The Roman Baths is located at the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath. Walk around the steaming Great Bath wh...
Brighton, Sussex
This 19th century palace with its exotic Chinese and Indian style is a must to visit. See how royalty lived as you walk around an impressive Banqueting Room where George IV entertained his courtier...
Brighton, Sussex
Learn about the ‘upstairs and downstairs’ of this charming historic house, decorated and furnished in exquisite Edwardian style. Walk into the elegant Entrance Hall and imagine a butler leading you...
Brighton, Sussex
You will be pleasantly surprised in this museum as you journey from Ancient Egypt to Victorian and modern Brighton. Take a brief guided tour of the LGBTQ trail, where you will see many objects with...
Hove, East Sussex
Step into a world of toys, cinema, local history and fine art at this family-friendly museum. Visit the Wizard’s Attic where a friendly wizard repairs old broken toys with the help of his team of m...
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
This pretty thatched stoned cottage was once used by three local noblemen in 1688 to plot the overthrow James 11. In its time the building was known as the Cock and Pynot Alehouse, now known as the...
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