Places of Interest

Pay a visit to this early 20th-century Arts and Crafts-style house in Birmingham to discover the property’s history.Winterbourne House and GardenThis small country estate...

Jo CairdOnce the toast of Victorian society, many of Britain’s oldest theatres are now at risk of being lost forever. We investigate the...

We take a sneaky peek at just a few of the fantastic images included within English Heritage’s latest book commemorating the bicentenary of the...

Discover more about life in times gone by at this Georgian townhouse museum in historic BathNo. 1 Royal CrescentThe museum at No. 1 Royal...

For those that enjoy the treat of an afternoon tea, silver cake stands piled high with pastries, freshly-baked cakes and dainty finger sandwiches, there...

After five years in the making, one of England’s most celebrated medieval market towns is preparing to open the doors on a new landmark...

Angharad Moran Ducking down a side road in Spitalfields, there is little to draw your attention to Dennis Severs’ House, except, perhaps, for the climbing...

Vicky SartainThe road to Cerne Abbas wends a path through acres of rolling Dorset countryside dotted with sheep and the occasional grand country pile...

Ron Toft Greenwich’s long history has been occasionally bloody, sometimes noble, often world-changing, but always fascinating. This prime stretch of London waterfront was first recorded...

The Cotswolds revs-up its retro trails Visitors to The Cotswolds are able to follow a series of award-winning retro-routes in search of high street shops,...