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Britain tourism September

Stuck for ideas to keep the family entertained this month? Here are our top tips for classic, weird and wonderful British events in September,...

From Cardigan Bay to the Isle of Harris, we explore British landscapes that also have fascinating stories to tell. In the latest issue of Discover...

You don't need an excuse to indulge in the delights of an Afternoon Tea but from 8 to 14 August, it’s Afternoon Tea week making it positively compulsory. So, here, we list just a few of the ways you can raise a tea cup to celebrate this great British institution at some of our loveliest hotels.

London provided a stage for Oscar Wilde’s greatest plays and a backdrop for his dramatic downfall. Biographer Matthew Sturgis shines a spotlight on the...

Described as ‘the Sistine Chapel of the UK’, the Painted Hall of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London is undergoing major transformation over the next two years, including the conservation of the amazing Sir James Thornhill’s painted ceiling.

From Edwardian London in Mary Poppins Returns to the Scottish Highlands in Mary Queen of Scots, discover the real locations from your favourite films in issue 208 – on...

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From buzzing cities to Britain’s northern extremities, Scotland is a country that demands to be explored. Here, we roundup 10 of places any visitor should not miss.

What's on in Britain - December - Dickensian Christmas

Stuck for ideas to keep the family entertained this month? Here are our top tips for things to see and do in the Christmassy...

The Bodleian Libraries will be displaying ‘obscene’ and ‘improper’ books from the Libraries’ restricted ‘Phi’ category for the first time ever Story of Phi: Restricted...

From steam trains and seaplanes to black taxis, discover the best ways to see the UK in our latest issue - on sale now We're...