PROMOTIONAL FEATURE: If you love charming English village stories like the BBC’s Cranford, award-winning author Julie Klassen’s Regency series is for you! Julie Klassen is...
Lustleigh village green, Devon

From coastal communities to countryside settlements, Britain's villages are as different as they are delightful. Here are five of the country's prettiest. Lustleigh, Devon The...
Proscenium arch, Painted Hall, Old Royal Naval Colleg

Described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’, the Painted Hall of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London is undergoing major transformation over the next two years, including the conservation of the amazing Sir James Thornhill’s painted ceiling.
Staithes

Britain is packed with historic and charming villages, so here we’ve picked five of the most lovely for you to add to your must-see list.
Lavenham Priory

WIN a two-night luxury stay in Lavenham, Suffolk, and enjoy boutique style with medieval surroundings in historic Lavenham

Enter our Great British Holiday competition for the chance to win an unforgettable, luxury trip to Britain.

Find out where you can celebrate Burns Night in style up and down the country
Princess Diana

A fabulous exhibition of fashion icon Princess Diana’s stunning outfits is set to explores her public style at her former home, Kensington Palace.  Diana: Her Fashion Story will celebrate...

Accommodation

Jemima Coxshaw goes in search of castles big and small, where you can slumber like royalty.
Banqueting House

Jemima Coxshaw explores unusual conversions to stay.

Great British Buildings

Alan Titchmarsh, Fountains Abbey

We’re tuning in this February to the new Channel 5 show revealing the secrets of National Trust properties. Each year the National Trust undertakes amazing...

Cities & Towns

Churchill War Rooms

There’s more lurking below London than just tube tunnels and tracks. Here, experts at The London Pass uncover some what lies beneath.

More from Discover Britain

Langshott Manor

As the mercury drops, we round up the best hideaway hotels in which to hole up by the fire this winter...  1. The Witchery by the...
International Tea Day

And as if we need an excuse to pour ourselves a cuppa, today is International Tea Day which seeks to highlight the global tea market, so we’ve a special reason to celebrate.
The Nutcracker, London

We round up the top ten not-to-be-missed Christmas crackers in the capital
Charles Dickens Museum

How better to experience the rich traditions of a Victorian Christmas than in the home of the author of A Christmas Carol? Discover Britain looks...
Kenilworth Castle, Elizabeth i, tudir

We take a look at the magnificent palaces and places where Elizabeth I, one of Britain’s greatest monarchs, spent her time.

The University of Cambridge, founded in 1209, is the second oldest university in the English-speaking world and many of its colleges, which span the 13th to the 20th century, are architectural gems
Franklin

Enjoy a five-star trip to the capital, including two nights at the Franklin Hotel and an evening at a West End show...  In the heart...
The Mousetrap

London’s theatre scene is one of its crowning glories. Sally Hales explores what’s on offer at the capital’s beautiful and historic theatres in the months to come...