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Portals to the past: The history of London’s blue plaques

Scattered across London in stately prominence and secret corners, the blue plaques scheme brings buildings to life Words: Jessica Tooze On a quiet Chelsea street between the River Thames and the bustling King’s Road, the odd passer-by...

Oxford’s Story Museum is open at last

The pandemic is a challenge that the newly opened Story Museum in Oxford have overcome with creativity. Who said social distancing can't be fun? The magic begins the moment you step into the enchanted Portal...

Shear delight: Discover Suffolk’s wool towns

Travel back in time with a visit to Suffolk’s pretty-as-a-picture wool towns, thriving centres of the woven cloth trade in the Middle Ages Words: Monica Woods Spend a long weekend in a certain patch of southern...

Mary Anning and Dorset’s Jurassic Coast: History set in stone

A new film shines the spotlight on Dorset's Jurassic Coast, one of Britain's most captivating coastlines. An impoverished fossil-hunter born in Lyme Regis, Dorset, in 1799, Mary Anning has long been a footnote in the...

Tea with a twist

Once the current crisis is over, why not treat yourself to a slap-up afternoon tea in one of London's grand hotels? For a fresh and quirky take on tradition, try one of these themed...
Buckingham Palace With Flowers Blooming In The Queen's Garden, London, England. Credit: Shutterstock

Buckingham Palace: The Queen’s London residence

Take our tour of London’s grandest royal residences and you might even catch a glimpse of Her Majesty at home WORDS MARTHA ALEXANDER London is a city with such a glut of royal buildings, parks and...

City guide: Attractions in Chester

With its own historic racecourse and a unique shopping experience, the Roman city of Chester is packed with pastimes both ancient and modern. Here's our city guide to help you make the best of...

A weekend in Bray

It’s renowned for its Michelin-star restaurants, but this riverside idyll has much more in store   It’s not immediately obvious why the 16th-century Thameside village of Bray in Berkshire is one of the world’s gastronomic...

Top 5 London restaurants for a Christmas meal

For a festive meal to remember, head for one of the capital’s historic restaurants. Wiltons For a special meal, Wiltons is hard to beat. Started as an oyster stall in 1742, Wiltons was opened as a...

Guy Fawkes: the man behind the guy

The effigy of Guy Fawkes is burned throughout Britain at this time of year, but how much do we really know of the famous Gunpowder Plot conspirator? The classic rhyme “Remember, remember the fifth of November" features one of...

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