Landscape

Hill Top Farm

Nancy Alsop looks back on how Beatrix Potter's “little books” were shaped by the landscape of the Lake District, which redeemed her life after...

The temperatures may be dropping, but that’s no reason to stay indoors: all over Britain, country parks and estates are now dressed in their...

Stonehenge in Wiltshire

Merlin was thought to have moved the stones from Ireland by magic. A Georgian antiquarian believed it was an astrological observatory. An architect proposed it was...

The Pineapple

From a building in Scotland decorated with a huge pineapple to a windmill in Norfolk, we round up some of Britain's landmark lodgings The Pineapple Dunmore,...

The Shambles in York

The city of York has a long and fascinating medieval history. Here, we offer a whistle-stop guide to take in the key sights from...

Chastleton House, Oxfordshire

England's gardens aren't just horticultural wonders. Here, Diana Wright speeds through 1,000 years of garden history to find out what they tell us about our changing...

The eight royal parks that collectively make up 5,000 of London’s greenest acres have long been considered the ‘lungs’ of the capital, providing natural sanctuaries for visitors and residents alike.

Gary Waidson – 'Circle of Fire' The Carles, Cumbria, England. Your View 2016. Landscape Photographer of the Year awards

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Landscape Photographer of the Year awards, a new luxury anniversary edition coffee table book featuring the winners...

Bluebells at Blakes Wood, Essex, in spring.

There's a magic to bluebell season. For a short time between late April and early May Britain's ancient woodlands and parks are covered in...

Iron Bridge, Shropshire, English Heritage

English Heritage is to undertake its single largest conservation project with a major repair of the Iron Bridge in Shropshire