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Helmingham Hall
Footsteps
Tudor

Discover Helmingham Hall, an impressive Tudor house complete with stunning gardens and a 400-acre deer park

Dawyck Botanic Garden
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Stuart, Georgian, Victorian, Modern

These gorgeous historic gardens at Dawyck contain botanic treasures brought back from distant parts of the globe

Conwy Castle has stood sentinel over the town since the 13th century © Dreamstim
Daytripper
Norman, Medieval, Tudor, Victorian

Julian Humphrys marvels at the architecture of a North Wales town that has frequently found itself at the forefront of national affairs since it was built on the command of Edward I

Strangers' Hall, Norwich
Footsteps
Medieval, Tudor, Stuart

Strangers’ Hall in Norwich gained a new lease of life when it became one of England's first social history museums

Goodrich Castle
Footsteps
Norman, Medieval, Tudor, Stuart

Visit Goodrich Castle by the River Wye to explore the most complete medieval castle in Britain
 

Rollright Stones
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Prehistoric

Visit Rollright Stones, an intriguing Neolithic henge in the Cotswolds that is the subject of some lively local legends

Visit Warwick: Lord Leycester Hospital © Rex Features
Daytripper
Medieval, Tudor, Stuart, Georgian

Julian Humphrys visits Warwick, one of England’s most attractive towns, and remembers the fire that so radically changed its appearance.

Grosvenor Museum
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Roman, Tudor, Stuart, Georgian, Victorian, Modern

Visit Grosvenor Museum and explore Cheshire's history highlights – from Roman troops and racing trophies to bizarre medicines – over 2,000 years

Polperro
Footsteps
Georgian, Victorian

Polperro Museum tells a compelling tale of smuggling, fishing and community on the south coast

Jorvik
Footsteps
Invaders

At Jorvik you can come as close as you're ever likely to get to seeing, hearing and smelling how our Norse forebears lived

© Culloden battlefield visitor centre, which displays 200 exhibits
Daytripper
Georgian

Julian Humphrys visits Culloden’s evocative battlefield and a fort that was built to subdue the highlands after the battle.