7 Hammersmith Terrace is a tall Georgian house on the River
Thames. From 1903 to 1933 it was the home of Sir Emery Walker,
printer, collector, and mentor to his neighbour William Morris.
A 36-acre Museum set in a beautiful location
within the South Downs National Park. This former chalk quarry and
lime works reflects the history of working life in the region. The
many attractions on...
Addresses don't come much grander than "Number One London", the
popular name for Apsley House, one of the most interesting visitor
attractions in London. Home to the Duke of Wellington after...
2FOR1 Apsley House
Arundel Museum is more than a museum. It's
an experience! The new state-of-the-art museum has been designed to
provide visitors to Arundel with a fascinating insight into the
history of the...
2FOR1 Arundel Museum
Founded in 1683, the Ashmolean Museum is the most significant
museum of art and archaeology in the heart of Britain, and the
finest university museum in the world. Its collections are large,
At-Bristol is one of the UK's most exciting hands-on science
centres! With two floors packed full of over 300 interactive
exhibits and fascinating special exhibitions. Animate it! is
This revolutionary structure was the first in England to be
built in a Palladian style. It was designed by Inigo Jones for
James I, and work finished in 1622. Intended for the splendour...
Banqueting House 2FOR1
In the heart of London, is Benjamin Franklin House, the world's
only remaining Franklin home. For nearly sixteen years between 1757
and 1775, Dr Benjamin Franklin - scientist, inventor,...
Covering 26 acres of former industrial land,Black Country Living
Museum is uniquely placed to tell the story of the creation of the
world's first industrial landscape.
Over fifty authentic shops,...
Once Britain's Best Kept Secret, today Bletchley Park, Home of
the Codebreakers, is a heritage site and vibrant tourist
attraction. Visitors can explore and experience the top secret
world of iconic...
2FOR1 Bletchley Park