London Guide 2018
Subscribe to the Britain Magazine

England

England became a unified state in AD 927 and, since the 15th century, has had a significant impact on the wider world, developing the English language, the Anglican Church, and English law – the basis for the common law legal systems of many other countries around the world. Its beautiful and varied countryside is interspersed with quaint villages and cosmopolitan cities including the capital, London.

Herefordshire Food Week

Head to Herefordshire’s Food Week between between August 13 and 21 for tempting locally-grown produce. 25 producers around the county will open their doors to the public for demonstrations, sampling and guided tours.

SS Robin returns to its London birthplace

SS Robin, the world’s last remaining steam coaster ship, built in 1890, returned to London’s Royal Albert Docks. The iconic ship of British maritime heritage will open as an attraction in 2012 in the run…

portsmouth historic dockyards

Visit Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this summer

With 800 years of naval history, visit Portsmouth Historic Dockyard this summer and take advantage of the Big Ticket offer. Receive entry to all attractions, including the world’s most famous historic ships and The National Museum…

A stunning new addition to Liverpool’s waterfront

The Museum of Liverpool, the first of its kind for more than a century, will open its doors on Tuesday 19 July 2011.

Hereford Orchard

RHS celebrate Herefordshire a€™s Year of The Orchard

Herefordshire’s orchards have been a way of life for over two centuries. At the forefront of Britain’s orchard horticulture, they are an intrinsic part of the counties treasured past, landscape and community.

A Fashionable Afternoon Tea at The Lanesborough Hotel

Bring in the summer in styleon the 1st July, when this prestigious hotel teams up with fashion label Harvey Nichols to offer a luxurious Champagne Afternoon Tea and fashion show. There’s nothing more quintessentially English…

All-Australian orchestra to perform at the City of London Festival

The annual City ofLondon Festival will begin this year on the 26 June and will end on the 16 July.

History of Royal Ascot

History of Royal Ascot

The 300-year story of racing at Ascot begins in 1711, when Queen Anne put the idea into motion to pursue her love of horse racing. The 300-year story of racing at Ascot begins in 1711, when…

The Prince of Wales visits Painshill Park

His Royal Highness ThePrince of Wales, who is Royal Patron of Painshill Park Trust, recently visited Painshill, in Surrey, to view the ongoing restoration of the 18th-century landscape. His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales,…

Tower Bridge is restored to former glory

Finally, after three yearsof paint analysis, scaffolding, polythene and engineers, the most famous bridge in the world has been restored to all its former glory – Tower Bridge is back. Finally, after three years of…

Page 32 of 43« First...1020...3031323334...40...Last »

If you enjoy finding out more about our country’s rich history, then you’ll love BRITAIN magazine – the official magazine for VisitBritain.
Every issue is packed with our inspirational photography, fascinating features, shopping and travel advice.
SAVE UP TO 44%

PRINT

SAVE UP TO 51%

DIGITAL

Britain Magazine

CONTACTS

EDITORIAL
Sally Coffey
ADVERTISNG
James Davis
MEDIA PACK
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD