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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...
Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea
Hidden away just two minutes from the busy M4 near Swansea, South Wales is the WWII experience 1940s Swansea Bay. The indoor street scene takes you past an RAF Plotting Room and into an air raid sh...
Kirkstall, Leeds
Dress up in Victorian clothes and take a trip back in time as you stroll along recreated Victorian streets with quirky shops, a traditional public house, a school room and an undertakers. Children ...
Leicester, Leicestershire
The Abbey Pumping Station displays Leicester’s technological and industrial heritage. See the decorated steam engines which have survived since the Victorian era. Also learn about public health, li...
Sheffield
Catch a unique glimpse of life at home and at work at a scythe and steelworks dating back to the 18th century. Abbeydale Works was once a major producer of agricultural tools and the largest water-...
Weymouth, Dorset
Feed swans at this swannery on the stunning Jurassic coast of Dorset and have an unforgettable experience. Witness a colony of mute swans, which were once used as produce for Benedictine monks duri...
Conwy
Visit the only medieval 14th century merchant’s house that survived the turbulent history of a walled town over five centuries. Be in awe as you walk around the two-storey building with its rooms f...
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...
Northampton, Northamptonshire
Abington Park Museum is a beautiful Grade 1 listed building set in the grounds of Abington Park. Collections include military and the Northamptonshire Regiment, social history, natural science, Egy...
Acton Burnell, Shropshire
The red sandstone shell of a semi-fortified tower house, built between 1284-93 by Bishop Burnell, Edward I’s Lord Chancellor. Parliaments were held here twice, in 1283 and 1285. Opening Times...
Church Stretton, Shropshire
Acton Scott Historic Working Farm is one of Britain’s leading working farm museums and is situated in the 18th Century Home Farm of the Acton Scott Estate. Conceived by Thomas Acton more than...
Macclesfield, Cheshire
This hall has been home to the Legh family of Adlington from 1315 to the present day. It is one of the most beautiful country homes in England. Walk around this historic building, which reflects bo...
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...
Ambleside, Cumbria
William Wordsworth, the famous English Romantic poet, lived in this large house perched on a hill above Grasmere for two years. He once said it was “the loveliest spot that man hath ever found”. Al...
Allerford, Somerset
Get an insight into the lives of local tradesmen, farmers and grandparents over the centuries in this informal and relaxed museum, housed in an old school built in 1821. Walk around themed areas wh...
Evesham, Worcestershire
The Almonry is a 14th Century Grade I Listed building that was once the home of the Almoner, a monk from the neighbouring medieval abbey who dispensed alms to the poor. Now it houses an eclectic co...
Alnwick, Northumberland
Lose yourself at Alnwick Garden and discover orchards, a tree house and even a bamboo Labyrinth. This is a unique garden to visit where you can enjoy the Ornamental Gardens and be amazed with what ...
Claverton, Bath
Take a journey through the history of America, from its early settlers to the twentieth century. With a remarkable collection of folk and decorative arts, the museum shows the diverse and complex n...
Northwich, Cheshire
This boat lift, built in 1875, is one of the last two remaining boat lifts in the UK. This magnificent piece of engineering was used to transport cargo boats from the River Weaver to the Trent and ...
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