South Great British Buildings

Salisbury Cathedral. Credit: Creative Commons

Arguably Britain’s finest medieval cathedral, Salisbury was built between 1220 and 1258, replacing the first incarnation at Old Sarum just down the road Scarce water...

Christ Church

All in the golden afternoon Full leisurely we glide; For both our oars, with little skill, By little arms are plied, While little hands make vain pretence Our wanderings...

The curtain may be falling on Downton Abbey but Highclere Castle, the stately home where the series is set, carries on its grand march through history undaunted.

Donate now to help restore Charleston, former home of Duncan Grant and Vanessa Bell and East Sussex outpost for the Bloomsbury group

Within the small Hampshire village of Chawton, the walls of an unassuming cottage witnessed the creation of some of the most famous literary works...

Learn more about the life and work of Sir John Vanbrugh, who, without any training, went on to outshine the most respected architects of...

Promotional feature: The Historic Houses Association (HHA) has launched a new online heritage trail, The Great British Art Trail, to celebrate the great works...

The home of former Prime Minister Edward Heath has reopened to the public with its future assured. Arundells in Salisbury, where Sir Edward lived...

Promotional feature.The Historic Houses Association has recently launched a new online heritage trail to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War One...

Castle Cornet sprawls, impregnable-looking, over a small rocky islet some half a mile off the Guernsey coast – its massive grey outer walls linked...