The New Forest Museum has displays and activities about the New Forest National Park. You can find out about the history, traditions and wildlife of the New Forest. The centre Read more [...]
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Armitt Museum is an independent museum, library and library, founded by Mary Louisa Armitt in 1909 and devoted to preserving and sharing the cultural heritage of the Lake District.
The Castle of St John is an early 16th-century L-plan tower house, built by the Adairs of Kilhilt around 1510. Over the centuries it has been used as a home, a Read more [...]
Portchester Castle’s commanding location as the Solent’s defences for hundreds of years. Originally built in the late 3rd century. Covering an area of nearly ten acres, it is the only Read more [...]
The Pantiles is a Georgian colonnade in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Formerly known as The Walks and the (Royal) Parade, it leads from the well that gave the Read more [...]
Less than 20 years after Burns’ death, a committee of his strongest supporters wanted a monument. This is a 70-foot high Grecian-style temple, designed by Sir Thomas Hamilton, complete with Read more [...]
Quarr Abbey is a monastic community with a range of activities for visitors and volunteers including the visitor centre, monastery shop, art gallery, tea shop and farm shop, tours of Read more [...]
The Grand Opera House is a theatre in York, North Yorkshire. Originally opened as an opera house and a theatre in 1902, today the grade II listed building is home Read more [...]
Castle Point Transport Museum has a collection of over thirty preserved commercial vehicles and a functioning Model Railway. The building that houses the Museum is fascinating itself and was built Read more [...]
Lordenshaws, remains of an Iron Age Hillfort, Bronze age burials and rock carvings in open heather moorland close to the forested slopes of the Simonside Hills.
Explore the remains of a Roman bath house with its amazing 1,700 year-old under floor heating system. Walk in the footsteps of the soldiers around the remains of the Commander’s Read more [...]
Fort Brockhurst, One of a number of forts built in the 1850s and 1860s to protect Portsmouth and its vital harbour against a French invasion.