On the Road: Touring the Welsh Marches Life doesn’t feel like it has changed much in the border counties known as the Welsh Marches. Photo Competition: Snowdonia National Park There’s no better view of Snowdonia than from the summit. Great British Fare: Fruity Teatime Sweets The author of The National Trust’s Book of Scones on the quintessentially British treat’s surprising controversies. Plus, tea expert Jane Pettigrew’s Almond-Topped Apricot Cake. The Making of the Pilgrims From obscure farming villages in the East Midlands to the shores of New England. Who were they? Historic Trees: Hearts of Oak Yews once revered by Druids, oaks that sheltered outlaws and royalty and Joseph of Arimathea’s staff: historic trees we know and love. A Few Must-See Places for Your Next Trip Hover your mouse over a point of interest on the map to see details. To read the full article, click on the point. Cotswold Treasures There's more to see throughout those pretty hills. Tour 4,000 years of history through these Cotswold locations. Hampshire A six-day itinerary through the Hampshire and Dorset, the lands of Austen and Hardy. Racing Around the Isle of Wight at Cowes If you can't trust Queen Victoria, who can you trust? Visit Cowes, one of her favorite places, the center of British sailing, and so much more. Margate: Revived Dreams of Dreamland Kent's vintage theme park comes back to life in the seaside town of Margate. Port of Manchester Find out how the island port of Manchester reinvented its dockland for the 21st century. Pen Y Fan Our latest photo winner will enchant you with this image of Pen y Fan in south Wales, taken on a Valentine's Day hike. Kirkwall Though only 10 miles from the Scottish mainland, Orkney is one destination that really feels a world away. Lifeline of the Islands: The CalMac Ferry Goods and people move only by Caledonian MacBrayne throughout the Hebrides. Jacobite Dreams and the Uprising of ’45 Editor Dana Huntley takes us through the rise and fall of Bonnie Prince Charlie's rebellion. River Conwy: From Mountain Streams to Conwy Bay Meander the Vale of Conwy from Betws-y-Coed to Llandudno--with an extra gallery of photos. Photo Essay: Rutland and Hidden England Let’s explore the neglected treasures of Rutland, England’s smallest historic shire, and its pretty neighborhood just off the busy A1. Q&A with Lady Carnarvon of Highclere The mistress of Highclere tells BHT about her new book, a few famous guests and how her home’s real-life history influenced Downton Abbey.