Brighton Museum and Art Gallery is situated in the Pavilion Gardens. The museum and art gallery occupied its current situation in the building in 1902. The museum galleries include 20th Read more [...]
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The Ashton Memorial is a folly built between 1907 and 1909 by the millionaire industrialist Lord Ashton in memory of his second wife, Jessy. It has been described as “England’s grandest 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 [...]
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery collections are very diverse. With one of the largest costume collections in England as well as a stunning collection of toys and dolls. A Local Read more [...]
The Temple of Mithras is a temple from the 3rd century located near Carrawburgh Fort at Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland. Dedicated to the eastern god, Mithras, the temple, like many Read more [...]
Cerne Abbas Giant is a huge outline sculpted into the chalk hillside above the village of Cerne Abbas representing a naked, club-wielding giant. The outline is 180ft tall making it Britain’s Read more [...]
Uppark House and Garden, late 17th-century red brick house elevated upon the South Downs. You can explore the elegant Georgian furnished rooms, take a tour of the gardens and woodland Read more [...]
Dunster Watermill is a fully restored working 18th Century watermill built on a site mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086. The mill is set besides the River Avill and Read more [...]
Lanhydrock house is a magnificent late 19th Century Victorian country house with extensive servants’ quarters. The house sits within 180 hectares (445 acres) of gardens and wooded estate. Excellent place Read more [...]
The Jane Austen Centre is a museum dedicated to the life and works of one of Bath’s most famous residents, the 19th century writer, Jane Austen. Situated in Gay Street Read more [...]
Llechwedd Slate Caverns shows the history of slate mining in North Wales but also includes mountain biking trails, zip-wires and giant underground trampolines. It has an interpretive centre which shows how Read more [...]
Berry Head, designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, is an extensive limestone headland. The near-perpendicular cliffs rise 60m and the constant action of the waves has gouged out Read more [...]