Places of Interest

Vicky SartainThe Roman Baths, which form part of the Bath World Heritage Site and which gave this beautiful city its name, receive more than...

Vicky SartainThis extravagant seaside pleasure palace was built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, between 1787 and 1823. Brighton’s Royal Pavilion is...

HMS Belfast shows you what it was like to live and work onboard a warship. Explore its nine decks of seafaring history and hear...

Thanks to a recent flurry of films and television programmes featuring the fictional sleuth, Sherlock Holmes is currently enjoying something of a resurgence. But...

Vicky SartainThe attractive suburban ‘village’ of Greenwich stands alongside the River Thames in south east London. Its extraordinary central historic area has been designated...

Vicky SartainBuilt in 1894, when London was still a busy port, Tower Bridge was designed to raise up to let tall ships pass through....

An extraordinary home and an intriguing work of art. The hand-carved fretwork interior of this modest, early 19th-century, terraced house is enthralling and inspiring. ...

Vicky SartainThis Grade II-listed Georgian house was once the home of designer and artist, William Morris, father of the arts and crafts movement. Morris...

Vicky SartainDating back to AD85, the former Roman garrison of Vindolanda in the heart of Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of...

Vicky Sartain In the heyday of Edwardian Britain, motor sport and aviation were grand passions for the dashing men and daredevil women who pushed the...