Peter Rabbit is back–just a little bit “older, slower and portlier.”
A big-picture history lesson done entirely in paper animation.
These plans for London after one of its greatest disasters offer alternative visions for one of the world’s favorite cities.
Dateline: If you’ve always been enchanted by the plucky adventures of Oliver Twist and his buddies, you will be happy to learn you…
Editor Dana Huntley reviews the Bafta award-winning comedy about two eccentric friends in search of hidden treasure.
All of London’s history will soon be mapped in one mega-map! (But we’ll probably still get lost while driving.)
The latest in The Great British River Series follows the stream that divides the country. Plus, a guide to the best historical spots in Kent.
What will become of Doubleé the labrador? This is modern-day castle intrigue for today’s pet lover.
Ironmasters of Wales
“At Blaenavon Ironworks, the world’s most advanced ironworks when it opened in 1789, hulking remains of furnaces, chimneys and cast house confront you with the gigantic scale of operations, all glowered over by the monstrous-magnificent balance tower.”
“Scott himself described Abbotsford as “Conundrum Castle” and it has rather unfairly been described as his “finest historical novel.”
Mists Over Glastonbury
Have more spiritual claims and legends attached to Glastonbury than any other place in England?
Lizzie Bennet Tours the Peaks
Jane Austen knew the Peak District. Pemberley might be fictitious, but you can still follow in Lizzie’s footsteps.
Expedition to Lindisfarne and the Farne Islands
We’re told that England’s first monks formed monastic communities for quiet, but they were surely also attracted by the beautiful landscape on Lindisfarne.
Haltwhistle: Still the Center of Britain
In the heart of Roman Wall Country, the Northumbrian market town bristles with pride
Home Port: Where English Maritime History Berths Up for Fun
Home of the Royal Navy, seat of the Empire’s maritime power, and beautiful Hampshire cathedral city--Portsmouth has got it all.
Marches Market Town: Where Food Is King
Morsels of Spanish tapas tempt among many ethnic and national cuisines in Ludlow.
Chepstow and the Little Church in the Vale
St. James’ church stands roofless in splendid isolation, eerie traces of the abandoned medieval hamlet that it once served discernible only as bumps in the riverside fields.
The Weird Suffolk Coast
Things are a bit weird on the Suffolk coast.
Somerset’s Thankful Villages
A place where all who served in the Great war returned home safely. Somerset county has nine thankful villages, more than any other county.
Join Pilgrims on the Mayflower Trail
They left everything behind for faith and liberty. Learn the little-known early history of these courageous explorers.
There is no surer way of absorbing yourself in Scottish culture than having a dram or two.
A Pocketful of Rye
Rye's surprising criminal past will provide an added layer of intrigue to your visit.
Civil War Comes to Newark
Sandra Lawrence takes us to the nation’s first museum devoted to the English Civil War.