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The allure of Alderney

The Channel Islands includes a hidden gem which is a captivating combination of flora, fauna and fortifications. Why not head for Alderney to find out more? The island of Alderney has all the winning ingredients....

Rediscovering Greece and Rome in Cambridge

If you are interested in ancient civilisations, the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge’s newly reopened gallery, Rediscovering Greece and Rome, is a joy. Months of conservation, research and redisplay brings the focus onto people. For anyone...

Major expansion at two London museums

  The long-awaited refurbishment of two of London’s most prestigious museums, the Jewish Museum in Camden and the Museum of London at the Barbican, has put them top of visitors’ what-to-see list this spring. The Jewish...

Sanderson: 150 Years of English Decoration

One of the world's most pioneering fabric and furnishing companies – a quintessentially English company - is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. Head to Bermondsey for an exhibition on Sanderson. One of the world's...

Cliffe Castle Restoration

Cliffe Castle in Keighley, West Yorkshire sees a restoration of its Great Drawing Room to celebrate its 50th anniversary as a museum. BRITAIN talks to Daru Rooke, director. During the late 19th century, Yorkshire millionaire...

Paul Nash: The Elements

Once notorious as an English surrealist, Paul Nash is now one of the country's most respected modern British artists. Dulwich Picture Gallery is showing 60 of his finest works.   Landscape of the Vernal Equinox 1943,...

Daleks go under the hammer

Models and costumes from Dr Who are going under the hammer at Bonhams in London. You could give the shirt on your back to buy the shirt off David Tennant's in this sale of...

Knightsbridge and Belgravia – London Insider’s Guide

"Guests want three things: a big smile at the door, comfy beds and fluffy towels," says Kate Levin of The Capital and Levin Hotels in London's Knightsbridge. And an award-winning restaurant can be quite...
Scottish Beaches

Scotland’s beaches mistaken for Thailand

We've long maintained at BRITAIN magazine that this country has everything to offer and there's no need to travel anywhere else. Now, Scotland has been mistaken for Thailand. Scotland has been mistaken for Thailand thanks...

One Lombard Street: Eat, drink and be merry in the City

ONE LOMBARD STREET restaurant in the City of London, with its Michelin star and dramatic former banking hall interior, tickles our editor's tastebuds with its Festive Season menu. Much as I adore the traditional...
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