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It’s 400 years since William Shakespeare met his demise. The latest issue of Discover Britain takes the cue to revisit his hometown, Stratford-upon-Avon, and...

Among the most prized photography in the English Heritage Archive, a publicly accessible national collection, is the Aerofilms Collection, the largest store of aerial...

Claire Masset The interiors at 575 Wandsworth Road are so visually rich and unexpected they cannot fail to delight the eye.   Decorative fretwork at 575 Wandsworth...

Chris Elliott As Britain’s museums and galleries fuel our fascination with Ancient Egypt through a range of inspired exhibitions, what better time to consider the...

Angharad MoranLet’s be honest, we all like having a good old snoop around other people’s houses; whether we’re admiring furniture and ornaments we’d like...

Juliet Rix Following the completion of a major restoration project at Hampstead Heath’s magnificent stately home, the rejuvenated interiors of Kenwood House provide a fine...

Spend some time in this capital city to enjoy a vast array of visitor attractions with a seemingly endless list of historic buildings, tranquil...

Charley YatesWhilst not featuring in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Musical, Doorkins Magnificat, the Cathedral cat, is popular with many of Southwark Cathedral’s visitors. He is...

Vicky SartainAs traffic speeds around London’s Hyde Park Corner, just yards from the busy thoroughfare, a Regency town house quietly welcomes visitors from around...

Westminster Abbey. Credit: VisitBritain

Westminster Abbey was built by kings, is the burial place of ruling royalty and has held the coronation of every monarch since William I...