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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 ...
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...
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...
Conwy, Wales
Visit this Elizabethan gem which is one of the finest town houses in Britain for its period. It stands as a symbol of a prosperous, buoyant age. Its owner Robert Wynn, an influential merchant of gr...
Birmingham
Visit these ruins that are one of the oldest buildings still visible in Birmingham, and is classified as a scheduled Ancient Monument of national importance. The ruins of Weoley Castle are over 750...
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...
Stafford, Staffordshire
Visit the largest remaining timber-framed Tudor town house in England and get a fascinating glimpse into the lives of those who lived there over a span of three centuries. Visit the Civil War Room ...
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...
Rhyl, Denbighshire
he castle remained faithful to the Edwardian principle of seaborne access. Rhuddlan. What’s in a name? ‘Rhudd’ is the old Welsh word for ‘red’ and ‘glan’ means ‘bank’. The Normans left us with ‘roe...
Caernarfon, Gwynedd
Remains of an auxiliary Roman fort, probably established in the late 70s AD and modified through to the late fourth century. Opening Times: Open all year. The grounds are open at this site 10am–4pm...
Haverfordwest, Dyfed
If you get the chance, try and catch an open-air theatre performance here. It is built for drama. The whole site sends shivers down the spine. It evokes a period when religion was the order of the ...
Crickhowell, Powys
For over 900 years Tretower Court and Castle has been altered, adjusted and adapted. Much of this was done to keep up with style, fashion and the tastes of the time. The Picards and the Vaughans wh...
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
Powerful round towers guard the heart of the castle. White Castle is the best preserved of the Three Castles, namely, White, Skenfrith and Grosmont. The heart of this castle is surrounded by powerf...
Cranbrook, Kent
Described as “the finest Windmill in England” Union Mill stands over the Medieval market town of Cranbrook in the High Weald. It is a Grade 1 Listed Building and the tallest Smock Mill ...
Edinburgh
Buried deep beneath the Royal Mile lies Edinburgh’s deepest secret; a time capsule of hidden streets under the City Chambers. Discover how the fate of this once bustling environment was finally sea...
Beaumaris, Isle of Anglesey
The most technically perfect castle in Britain has few equals. Dare we say it, an absolute cracker of a castle with classic proportions and perfect symmetry. The last hurrah of Edward I’s massive b...
Windsor, Berkshire
This is one of England’s finest Tudor manor houses, which is recognised for its outstanding architectural and historical importance. You will be fascinated with the stories about the bald-headed fe...
Caernarfon, Gwynedd
At first sight the Grade II listed quarryman’s cottage appears unremarkable – but there was nothing unremarkable about its most renowned occupant. It was in this 19th century smallholding in Rhosga...
London
Discover the beauty of poetry and place in the home of the Romantic poet John Keats. Explore the life and work of Keats through new exhibits showing his original manuscripts and artefacts, which te...
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