Heritage breaks in summer

Historic sites in England

Wherever you travel within England, you’re never far away from an historic hotspot. Its myths and legends can be found in all corners of the country from far off country side to right in the heart of the city, and nearly 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be found on this small country. Historic England is definitely not one to be missed. Follow the journey taken by the Pendle Witches in Lancashire, see where King Edward II met his grizzly end at Berkeley Castle - the oldest castle in England, and take afternoon tea in the historic house the Brontës knew and loved.

Historic sites in England

Heritage breaks in summer

Wherever you travel within England, you’re never far away from an historic hotspot. Its myths and legends can be found in all corners of the country from far off country side to right in the heart of the city, and nearly 20 UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be found on this small country. Historic England is definitely not one to be missed. Follow the journey taken by the Pendle Witches in Lancashire, see where King Edward II met his grizzly end at Berkeley Castle - the oldest castle in England, and take afternoon tea in the historic house the Brontës knew and loved.

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Visit the SAS Memorial at Hereford Cathedral

Visit the SAS Memorial at Hereford Cathedral

This spectacular memorial to the SAS regiment at Hereford Cathedral welcomes those seeking reflection, pilgrimage and worship.

Location: Hereford, Herefordshire

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Celebrate the anniversary of the battle of Waterloo

Celebrate the anniversary of the battle of Waterloo

Explore the grand Waterloo Chamber at Windsor Castle where it will mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo and the defeat of Napoleon.

Location: Windsor, Berkshire

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Learn about the poorest textile workers of Victorian Britain

Learn about the poorest textile workers of Victorian Britain

See the history of the knitting industry come to life at the Framework Knitters Museum.

Location: Ruddington, Nottinghamshire

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Sample over 800 years of Surrey’s history

Sample over 800 years of Surrey’s history

Come and discover Surrey’s history, including the open meadows of from the internationally-know Runnymede and Hampton Court Palace.

Location: London, Greater London

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Discover Edwardian Brighton at Preston Manor

Discover Edwardian Brighton at Preston Manor

Relive the Edwardian era with a heritage break in Brighton and a visit to the delightful Preston Manor.

Location: Brighton & Hove, East Sussex

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Explore Cornwall’s mining heritage

Explore Cornwall’s mining heritage

Sandy beaches, cream teas, ancient woodlands and innovative architecture make for a fascinating family day out in Camborne and Redruth.

Location: Cornwall

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Spend the day playing at Lyme Park, House and Garden

Spend the day playing at Lyme Park, House and Garden

Get transported back to Edwardian times, at the mansion and extensive grounds of Lyme Park.

Location: Disley, Cheshire

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Explore England’s industrial past on a Manchester city break

Explore England’s industrial past on a Manchester city break

Discover Greater Manchester’s historic canals, the world’s first railway station and picturesque countryside on a city break.

Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Catch some sun on a royal beach

Catch some sun on a royal beach

Queen Victoria chose the Isle of Wight as her favourite holiday destination, and now you can see why with a trip to her private beach.

Location: East Cowes, Isle of Wight

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Follow in Capability Brown’s footsteps at the Trentham Estate

Follow in Capability Brown’s footsteps at the Trentham Estate

Visit the Trentham Estate in Stoke-on-Trent and discover one of Capability Brown’s most celebrated gardens, with plenty of fun and games to be had.

Location: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

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Explore the rooms and grounds of Snowshill Manor

Explore the rooms and grounds of Snowshill Manor

From suits of Samurai armour to antique bicycles of all shapes and sizes, there are about 22,000 reasons to take a nose round Snowshill Manor.

Location: Snowshill, Gloucestershire

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Have yourself a Famous Five adventure

Have yourself a Famous Five adventure

Follow in the footsteps of Enid Blyton’s Famous Five with some castle capers and a seaside adventure by steam railway.

Location: Corfe Castle, Dorset

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Discover the story of remarkable preservation at Stow Maries

Discover the story of remarkable preservation at Stow Maries

Transport yourself back in time with a visit to the most complete, almost unaltered, example of a First World War Aerodrome.

Location: Purleigh, Essex

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Explore the murderous locations behind Agatha Christie's books

Explore the murderous locations behind Agatha Christie's books

Explore the places in the English Riviera and South Devon that inspired Agatha Christie’s well-known books, following the trail to her favourite spots.

Location: Torquay, Devon

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Explore the working trawler Arctic Corsair

Explore the working trawler Arctic Corsair

Journey back to the stormy waters of the North Sea at the height of the Cod Wars on the only trawler accessible to the public.

Location: Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Discover the home of modern day liberty and democracy

Discover the home of modern day liberty and democracy

Worcestershire has had a fair few battles fought in the name of freedom on its soil, as well as the infamous King John buried in Worcester Cathedral.

Location: Worcester and Evesham, Worcestershire

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Go back in time at Lancashire's halls and houses

Go back in time at Lancashire's halls and houses

Wander through Lancashire’s stunning historic houses and imagine the many extraordinary episodes and events that have played out within their walls.

Location: Lancashire wide

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Learn about Captain Cook’s extraordinary adventures

Learn about Captain Cook’s extraordinary adventures

James Cook was Britain’s greatest explorer. See where he trained, understand what made him and read letters detailing his world voyages in Whitby.

Location: Whitby, North Yorkshire

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An Italianate country house in the Chilterns

An Italianate country house in the Chilterns

West Wycombe Park is 45 acres of landscaped park in the Chilterns countryside and home to the Dashwood family for over 300 years.

Location: West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

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Uncover the history of the deep-sea diver

Uncover the history of the deep-sea diver

Learn about the history of diving at the place it was pioneered.

Location: Gosport, Hampshire

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