Region

A weekend guide to Cirencester, capital of the Cotswolds

Known as the Capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester is a beguiling introduction to the delights of the wider region Cirencester began life as Corinium Dobunnorum, a Roman city whose 2nd-century walls encompassed the second-largest area...

The virtual Viking Cruises British Art Prize 2021 exhibition is now open

The inaugural Viking Cruises British Art Prize exhibition is now open online, after Covid restrictions made organising a physical exhibition impossible Hosted by Artists & Illustrators, the UK’s most popular magazine for practising artists, in...
The terrace of Sabine has a stunning view of St Paul's Cathedral

London restaurants and bars with a view

Feast your eyes: at these London bars and restaurants, it's the views of the capital that steal the show Sabine London's newest rooftop bar, Sabine, offers something special: a spectacular close-up view of the dome of...
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Meet the Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces

Joint Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, Tracy Borman shares the highlights of the job and reveals her favourite haunts Author of biographies on Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Thomas Cromwell, as well as the...

Gardens in Kent and Sussex: Wonders of the Weald

Gardens in Kent and Sussex, so little changed over the centuries, are undoubtedly some of the finest in the country Picture a quintessentially English landscape and it probably looks much like the slice of southeastern...
Couture chocolate. Credit: Jose Lasheras

London’s chocolate heritage

Once dens of debauchery and political plotting, the capital’s chocolate shops have a rich history. Today they are an altogether sweeter affair, writes Oonagh Turner Wander down St James’s clubland and you’ll be greeted with...

Heart and soul: Travel the new Heart 200 touring route through Scotland’s central counties

A spectacular new touring route links a string of historic sights, and takes in some of Scotland’s most heart-stirring scenery

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...

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...
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