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Macclesfield, Cheshire
No one knows exactly when the steps were created, but it is believed they date back to pre 1696 when the local newspaper, the Macclesfield Express, gave the cobbled 108 steps the simple nickname ‘T...
Ledbury, Herefordshire
No1 Church Lane is one of the most interesting yet mysterious buildings in Ledbury. It stands at the junction of the ‘kings highway’ and the east/west track from Hereford Cathedral to L...
Mintlaw, Peterhead
There is lots to explore and learn in this museum, housed in the 19th century semi-circular Aden Estate farm building. You’ll get to know all about the history of Aden Estate and the Weel Vrocht Gr...
Liverpool
Get a holiday feel as you walk around this impressive dock in the heart of Liverpool’s vibrant historic waterfront. It’s a great place to people watch, or you could just look out to the river and a...
Gateshead, Tyne & Wear
Visit one of Britain’s finest contemporary sculptures, ‘The Angel of the North’, which is 20 metres tall and has wings measuring 54 metres across. This is one of the North East’s major attractions ...
Crosby Beach, Liverpool
Visit Crosby’s non-bathing beach and be in awe with Anthony Gormley’s modern sculpture, ‘Another Place’, which consists of 100 cast iron, life-size figures standing along three kilometres of foresh...
Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
Take an authentic underground ‘drift mine tour’ and experience the atmosphere of a real coal mine that was once occupied by hundreds of miners. Learn about the working life of a miner and about the...
Peterhead
At this unique local history museum you will learn all about Peterhead’s past with its fishing industry, shipping and its connection to the whaling industry. There are many displays showing the dev...
Oxford, Oxfordshire
The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology and Britain’s first public museum, founded in 1683. With world famous collections ranging from Egyptian mummies to contempo...
London
Located within the historic walls of the Bank of England in Threadneedle Street, right in the heart of the City, this Museum explains the History of the Bank since its foundation in 1694 to the pre...
Belper, Derbyshire
Visit these lovely riverside gardens located within the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage site, and enjoy the tranquil settings of the River Derwent. Watch the swans, ducks and moorhens swim by i...
Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Berwick’s town walls are its most famous piece of architecture and still stand strong today, hundreds of years after they were built. Berwick actually has two sets of walls, the first –...
Birmingham, West Midlands
From Renaissance masterpieces and cutting edge contemporary art to Egyptian mummies and the iconic HP factory sign, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery showcases a world class collection and offers...
Bristol, Avon
Blaise Castle House Museum is situated within a late 18th century Grade II listed mansion within 500 acres of beautiful parkland on the Blaise Estate, Bristol. The museum contains most of Bristol&#...
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...
Bredgar, Kent
Bredgar Railway is not really aimed at the “trainspotters” as it provides a real family day out at a reasonable cost. There is around 20 acres of parkland and woodland to explore, ideal for a famil...
Buxton, Derbyshire
Discover the geology, archaeology and history of the Peak District in the ‘Wonders of the Peak Time Tunnel’ at this museum. The exhibition, featuring seven different time periods, takes...
Caerleon, Newport
A visit of the remains on view at Caerleon will provide you with a vivid picture of life in second-century Roman Britain. You can also experience hands-on replica objects positioned around the walk...
Coalville, Leicestershire
Walk on the stabilised walls of the 1854-1870 Califat coal mine engine and boiler houses. Wonder at the 18th century newcomen boiler. Enjoy the snowdrops, bluebells, foxgloves, spring blossom on th...
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