Cities & Towns

The library at The Gore Hotel, London

Quintessential British hotel The Gore is a winning combination of sumptuous style and rock ‘n’ roll history First impressions Among the grand Kensington townhouses which line...

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.

Dorset, Hardy's Cottage

With ancient castles, Iron Age hill forts, the famous Jurassic Coast and a pastoral landscape immortalised by Thomas Hardy, Dorset is one of Britain’s loveliest counties

Leighton House.

London's major museums are some of the most visited attraction in the world but its smaller museums are also treasure troves to delight, a visit to which will take you off the well-trodden tourist paths.

East Anglia is a place where the ghosts of the past remain intertwined with modern life

Durham Cathedral

Summer 2016 saw the launch of Open Treasure, a new world-class exhibition route which has transformed the experience of those visiting Durham Cathedral.

Levant, Cornwall, Poldark

Poldark returns to our screens this Sunday, 4 September, and we all know the real star of the show is its stunning Cornwall locations. Here we take a look at the lovely landscapes in store in series two.

St Paul's Cathedral. Credit: VisitBritain

The most famous fire in history, the Great Fire of 1666 is part of British folklore. Here we round up 10 fascinating facts about the Great Fire of London.

Proscenium arch, Painted Hall, Old Royal Naval Colleg

The Old Royal Naval College appealing for the public's help to re-gild the proscenium arch of its magnificent Painted Hall, which is recognised as the greatest piece of decorative painting in England: our Sistine Chapel.

Castle Howard

Castle Howard's great dome looks set to shine again, as the lantern which sit atop it is being gilded with 23.5 carat gold leaf.