Discover Britain

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Discover Britain is Britain's leading historic travel magazine, packed with news and features on our finest stately homes, castles and traditions, practical guides to our cities, coast and countryside.

Drenched in Tudor history and intrigue, Hever Castle stands out as one of Kent’s most beautiful gems. Vicky Sartain traces the story of the...

It may be on the doorstep of London in the most populated south-east corner of England, yet the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty...
Nuffield Place, Oxfordshire. The house was designed by Oswald Partridge Milne, a pupil of Lutyens, and built in 1914. Nuffield Place was the home of William Morris, Lord Nuffield, motor manufacturer, from 1933 until his death in 1963.

Nuffield Place was home of one of the 20th century’s greatest industrialists, William Morris Words: Claire Masset There is another William Morris. Not the William Morris of...

Dotted across the country are weird and wonderful collections of all manner of ephemera, amassed by generations of enthusiasts. Margaret Powling went in search...

Saturated in history and charm, the picturesque seaside town of Tenby has been attracting tourists for hundreds of years, writes Angharad Moran Surrounded by the...
John Constable: Stour Valley and Dedham Church. Credit: Creative Commons

One of the few unidentified Constable viewpoints has been discovered following new research by the National Trust One of the few unidentified Constable viewpoints has...
Bronte Parsonage, Haworth, West Yorkshire, England. Credit: Visit Britain

The Brontës are the world's most famous literary family and Haworth Parsonage was their home from 1820 to 1861. Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë...

The Charles Dickens Museum holds one of the most important collections of Dickens ephemera in the world. The Museum is based at 48 Doughty Street...