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Whitby
Roam around these splendid 13th century gothic ruins which stand prominent on a hill overlooking the North Sea and discover remnants of richly carved details and mouldings. This Benedictine abbey,...
Manchester
Be transported into an amazing underwater world where you will come nose-to-nose with sharks and discover the truth about this much misunderstood species of fish. You’ll also have the chance to get...
Leyland, Lancashire
Trace the development of vehicle building from the days of horse-drawn buses and steam-powered lorries, right through to the latest turbo-charged and charge-cooled diesel engine trucks. See a fine ...
Kingston-upon-Hull
Immerse yourself in England’s largest parish church by floor area and see the finest medieval brickwork in the country. See outstanding examples of stained glass work, a beautifully carved ma...
Cambridge
This museum is the oldest of the University of Cambridge’s museums and is responsible for the care of approximately two million specimens from around the world. Walk through the museum and be part ...
Maidstone, Kent
If you are a dog lover, then this unique and unusual museum, situated in Leeds Castle, is a must to visit. See a quirky collection of dog collars that span back over five centuries to the 21st cent...
Hull
Step aboard this permanently moored lightship which guided ships safely through the River Humber for almost 50 years. Imagine its light shining and its fog horn sounding loudly in treacherous water...
Hull, Yorkshire
Have fun and follow a pavement lined with A to Z fish and explore the historic old town of Hull at the same time. See a ‘plaice’ in the market place, an ‘electric eel’ outsi...
Bradworth, Devon
Visit this delightful 4-acre reserve which is home to over a 1,000 gnomes and pixies. See the friendly-looking figures with funny pointed hats watching you as they stand, sit and lie in beautiful g...
Bideford, Devon
Charles Kingsley, a 19th century social reformer and novelist, gave a perfect description of this beautiful village: “Suddenly a hot gleam of sunlight fell upon the white cottages, with their...
Sheffield
At this wonderful water-powered workshop, dating back to the 1500s, you will see fascinating machinery and a restored waterwheel in action. The cast and wrought iron wheel, with its height of 5.5 m...
London
If you want to be inspired and surprised then visit this intriguing museum with its Natural History Gallery. It is packed with an amazing collection of taxidermy, skeletons and specimens preserved ...
Bideford, Devon
Step inside a lovely quaint cottage, with its charming tiny kitchen, and learn how a Clovelly fisherman and his wife lived in the 1930s. Immerse yourself in the past as you see simple cottage furni...
Boston
This six-storey windmill, built in 1877, is one of the few six-sailed mills remaining in England. It is 74 feet and 3 inches tall, but its slender tower and the flat landscape in which it stands gi...
Presteigne, Powys
Go back to the 1870s and step into the award-winning Judge’s Lodging where you can explore the ‘upstairs and downstairs’ life of Victorian judges, their servants and their criminal guests. Discover...
Bideford, Devon
Enter this interesting museum and see the famous 19th century social reformer and novelist Charles Kingsley sitting at his desk writing a letter to his bride-to-be. Kingsley wrote ‘The Water ...
Nottingham
This six-metre-wide circular dish made of polished stainless steel points up to the sky to reflect the ever-changing environment. See the clouds and sky painting their own picture in this highly re...
Dudley
Discover how a working-class family over a century ago ran a small lock-making business in the back of their own house in the town of Willenhall. The town has been famous for lock-making since the ...
Bideford, Devon
Enjoy walking around these charming old walled gardens and take in the beautiful Victorian kitchen gardens bordered by herbaceous beds, full of vibrant colours, especially in summer. Visit the rest...
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...
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