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Plymouth
This marvellous 72ft high lighthouse is Plymouth’s most well-known landmark and is a must to visit. Climb up 93 steps and go into the lantern room where you will get fantastic views of the city and...
Be in awe as you walk through the ruins of this red sandstoned 13th century abbey located on the banks of the River Pow. The shell of this building still stands tall and proud and is a significant ...
Salisbury, Wiltshire
Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of this impressive elegant and spacious house that was used as a set for the film, Sense and Sensibility. Imagine how life used to be as you walk down the graceful oak...
Wolverhampton
Walk back in time in this atmospheric Elizabethan farmhouse that once saved a king. Find out about the dramatic story of King Charles II hiding from Cromwell’s troops in the hall in 1651. See the b...
Walton on the Naze, Essex
This historic 86ft octagonal tower, dramatically situated on an attractive stretch of coastline, was constructed in 1720 as a navigational mark to aid shipping. Climb up the 111-step spiral stairca...
Boston
This small granite obelisk, mounted on a granite block, is a memorial for the pilgrims who attempted to find religious freedom in 1607. The pilgrims were part of the Scrooby Congregation, English P...
Lambhay Hill, Plymouth
This dramatic 17th century fortress originally built to defend the coastline from the Dutch is still used as an operational military base today. Take a 90-minute outdoor walking tour led by a Blue...
Leicester
This eye-catching 35 feet tall clock tower is a well-known landmark in the city and makes a perfect meeting point. It was built by the local architect Joseph Goddard in 1868 and it commemorates fou...
Leicester
Get a glimpse into the Roman era as you walk around the ruins of a public bath house which had walls over 9 metres high. The Jewry Wall is one of the largest survivals of civil Roman masonry in Bri...
Whitby
Walk up to the West Cliff to the tall bronze statue of Captain Cook and be amazed with the detail. The statue is seven foot, six inches high and stands on a freestone pedestal. It was unveiled and ...
Buxton, Derbyshire
Step into a traditional red telephone box, dial the past and learn all about the history of Tideswell. It is great fun and such a unique idea. Tideswell Living History Group transformed the old tel...
Exeter
Visit this marvellous 18th century home surrounded by parkland and the Devon countryside. With 6,4000 acres, 20 farms and over 200 cottages, this is one of the largest properties and estates the Na...
Bradford
Take a stroll down Little Germany which was home to many German Jewish merchants in the late 1850s. See 85 wonderful Victorian buildings in this area where merchants spent large sums of money const...
Liverpool
Stop for a few minutes and admire one of the world’s most famous waterfront buildings. When it was built in 1911 it was one of the tallest buildings in Europe and one of the first buildings in the ...
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Spend a good hour at this three-storey 14th century tower which is famous for its well-preserved medieval murals. Admire the set of domestic wall paintings depicting worldly and religious themes su...
Crich, Derbyshire
This impressive circular tower with its forty-tonne dome is situated over 340 metres above sea level. It is a 19-metre tall memorial commemorating the men who lost their lives during the First and ...
Sandwick, Orkney
Get a remarkable picture of life 5,000 years ago at one of the best preserved groups of prehistoric houses, built of closely-fitting flat stone slabs and linked by covered passages. The structures ...
Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire
Visit this 12th century castle and historic house with a magnificent 18th century park and learn about Dinefwr’s story. Explore the ruins of the castle with its fabulous views and then walk around ...
Blackpool, Lancashire
Take a trip to the top of this 150-metre tall tower which first opened to the public in 1894, and enjoy the wonderful views of the Irish Sea and the Promenade. Walk over the thrilling SkyWalk, a th...
Oxwich, Swansea
The remains of this castle, built in a courtyard style, was owned by the Mansel family, who chose a lovely spot on a wooded headland above Oxwich Bay to build their dream home. Walk around this onc...
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