Don’t miss the new issue of BRITAIN magazine

Our exciting new issue celebrates 150 years of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, explores the fascinating story of Mary Queen of Scots, and brings you some of the most idyllic historic hideaways in Britain.

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Gold Hill, Dorset © Image Source/Robert Harding

The January/February issue of BRITAIN magazine goes on sale in the UK this week, and includes:

ROYAL PECULIAR
From coronations to regal weddings and state funerals, Westminster Abbey has been the site of history’s most momentous occasions. We go behind the scenes…

OLD WORLD CHARM
A stay in a medieval cottage or a thatched farmhouse offers a window into a bygone era, making for an unforgettable holiday.

WILDWOOD WANDERINGS
Come with us as we visit ancient forests such as Sherwood, Puzzlewood and Windsor, each entwined with folklore and royal history.

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Scene from Through the Looking Glass ©iStock

ALICE’S WORLD
As Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland celebrates its 150th birthday, we visit Oxford, the city where it all began…

THE INFANT QUEEN
Ascending to the Scottish throne at just six days old, Mary, Queen of Scots would become famous for clashing with her cousin, Elizabeth I…

THE BOYHOOD OF CHARLES DICKENS
He was one of the most accomplished writers in history, but the genius of Charles Dickens took root during his difficult childhood.

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Last of the Cornice – Monadhliath Mountains, Scotland by David Kirkpatrick (Living the View, Landscape Photographer of the Year, Take a view 2014)


LIFE THROUGH A LENS

The best photos from the 8th Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards have been brought together in a new collection, with each image showing Britain from a unique angle.

PAINTERS’ PARADISE
Discover the South Downs, Britain’s newest National Park, whose natural beauty has inspired artists for centuries.

COMPETITION
Enter our competition for your chance to win a short break at Bodysgallen Hall, a Welsh historic home that’s full of charm.

CITY GETAWAY: BATH
The healing waters of this city’s Roman spas have attracted visitors for centuries.

This issue is now available to buy in the UK and will go on sale in the US in January 2015.

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