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Half-timbered buildings along Friar Street, Worcester

Our guide to Worcester

This Midlands city offers medieval architecture surrounding one of England’s prettiest cathedrals Set close to the dramatic Malvern Hills and astride the River Severn, Worcester has been attracting visitors for centuries. With a history that predates...
Salcombe from Snapes Point

5 of the best places to stay in Devon

With two coasts and an interior laced with pretty English country gardens contrasted with wild moorland, Devon makes for a beguiling getaway One of England’s largest counties, Devon’s centuries-old harbours, secluded smugglers’ coves and picture-perfect...
Cotehele

Four of the best Tudor houses

We tour four Tudor houses impeccably preserved by the National Trust and full of fascinating historical detail An age of ease and prosperity, the Tudor period saw a frenzy of competitive building: lavish, even ostentatious,...
Wildmeadow flowers in Barnes

Charming South London villages: Dulwich, Blackheath and Barnes

The villages of south London retain distinct identities amid the capital’s cosmopolitan bustle. Here, we reveal some of the highlights Londoners often claim their city is made up of a series of villages. While this...
Sunrise at Stonehenge

Explore our best ancient sites from Stonehenge to Sutton Hoo

We look at some of our most mysterious landmarks cared for by the National Trust Stonehenge, the stone circle that has dominated Salisbury Plain for close to 5,000 years, is one of England’s most famous...
The Peak District

Celebrating Britain’s landscapes: National Parks Week 2018

It's National Parks Week, and we've picked out our top events to inspire you to head to the great outdoors All 15 of Britain's national parks are offering special events in celebration of National Parks Week...
Tatton Park, Cheshire

English country gardens: celebrating the life of landscape designer Humphry Repton

In the bicentenary year since his death, we shine the spotlight on Capability Brown’s successor, the 18th-century landscape designer Humphry Repton. By Susie Kearley The young Humphry Repton was better known among friends for his...
Henley Regatta. Credit: Visit Britain/Peter Beavis

What’s on in Britain in July

We can't always rely on the British weather, but even when the sun doesn't shine we've rounded up the best spots to put you in a summertime mood Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire Situated in a beautiful area of...
View of the woods in the Stanmer Country Park, Brighton. Credit: Visit Britain

British days out within an hour of London

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life with one of these wonderful days out Every day, huge numbers of travellers converge on London by train. From all points of the compass, railway lines come...
The Triforium, Westminster Abbey

Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries open at Westminster Abbey

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries, set some 52 feet above the Abbey’s floor in the 13th-century triforium, has opened to the public for the first time in 700 years The triforium, tucked beneath the vaults,...

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