Some images have been shared Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher from the upcoming season of The Crown!
The life, work and death of William Heath Robinson, best known for drawings of whimsically elaborate machines to achieve simple objectives.
When the Great Fire of London that Samuel Pepys witnessed had burned out, England’s greatest architect Christopher Wren got right to work.
We know Winston Churchill as a hard-nosed, inspirational Prime Minister who led Britain through one of its toughest periods. How did that come to be?
Germans abandoning their mission to attack British shipping were intercepted, and a showdown began between the British Home Fleet and Bismarck, the German navy's most powerful warship.
The Cliffs of Dover are one of Britain's most iconic attractions. Join us as we take a look into what makes them so special.
Could this spell trouble for the Royal Family?
The show has been praised for its accurate and enthralling portrayal of Royal life. But does Queen Elizabeth watch The Crown?
Today we mark Admiral Horatio Nelson's birthday by looking back at his life and the Battle of Trafalgar.
An interview with our favorite storyteller, Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes published ahead of the launch of Belgravia, and his latest book release.
Is Arundel the best town in Britain?
It's a quiet place today, this Mortimer's Cross. Few clues remain to indicate that on a bitter cold Tuesday, Feb 3, 1461, this sleepy hollow shook to the sounds of war and ferocious battle.
Harry and Meghan's Netflix deal is quite the earner!
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The summer of 1951 was a special one in the United Kingdom. Why? The Festival of Britain.
The world is currently battling the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. Here is a look back at the pandemics through history and how the Royal Family fared.
Put the pedal to the metal on Britain's motoring circuit and explore the history of the UK's most famous car brands.
He lay beneath a Leceister car park for over 500 years, so how did historians discover King Richard III's skeleton?
Who were the Puritans? What do you know about them? We explore David Hackett Fischers' Albion's Seed.
Forbes Inglis takes a look at Gretna Green, the little Scottish village of love.
Interested in visiting the UK? Then check out Britain's best tourist attractions to make sure you're getting the most from your trip
Just what are Queen Elizabeth's hobbies for this period of self-isolation?
A letter believed to be the last written on board the Titanic went on display, in March 2015, at Titanic Belfast, a visitor attraction dedicated to the tragic White Starliner.
A new Royal baby is on the way!
The Crown Jewels are consistently held up as one of the most impressive collections of their kind.
We often think of Queen Elizabeth II as a stern, serious figure, who's known for her stiff upper lip but not according to some!
Letters have revealed that in order to protect the royal jewels from the Nazis, they were hidden In a biscuit tin, 60 feet below Windsor Castle on the order of King George VI.
She was the first woman monarch to rule in her own right, and also one of the most unpopular, but what did Mary I achieve and why is she known as Bloody Mary?
The River Thames is so much more than just a London waterway. Lets get on the road!
Each of these provincial ecclesiastical fortresses merits a place on our list of the ten best cathedrals in England
Tragic WWII passenger ship sunk in 18 minutes killed 1,198 souls. American owner and team work to uncover secrets of the wreck.
What was The Ventilator and what role did it play during the suffrage movement?
Long the focus of folklore and legend, including Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code, what about an email from Mary Magdalene? Why not?!
A look at the life and works of Charles Darwin, the English naturalist, geologist, and biologist, best known for his contributions to the science of evolution.
Harry and Meghan have added their two cents to the US election.
David Attenborough and HRH Queen Elizabeth are both national treasures aged in their 90s but did you know they were pals. This clip of the pair will make you smile.
York is one of the UK's premier travel destinations. It combines history, culture, and architecture to make it something special.
It's no secret that the Brontë sisters were inspired by their surroundings, but was it their hometown of Haworth that inspired them or the nearby moors?
Immerse yourself in more than 2,000 years of British history at some of the finest open-air museums in the world.
The father of Methodism led a charmed life, narrowly escaping death from fire and angry mobs, and winning converts by his quiet dignity and unquenchable (some would say heretical) enthusiasm.
Here are the very best road trips to be found in the UK.
The Royal Family has always shared a special relationship with Scotland and its people and this British Pathe footage from 1955 shows just that.
We look at the special relationship the city has with the ill-fated liner, which sunk on this day, April 15, 1912.
A new biography about Lord Mountbatten details how "devastated" he was with his wife Edwina's affairs.
Simply put, tea is the quintessentially British pastime.
Eboracum to Jorvik to York - Where the streets are called gates, the gates are called bars and the bars are called pubs.
Prince Harry used to be quite the prankster!
The concept of Monarchy has struggled to survive around the world, but not in the mighty United Kingdom.
There have been some fascinating British Prime Ministers over the years. Here's some of the more notable ones.
It took people with real vision to change life for our ancestors, a case in point can be found at the New Lanark mills in southwest Scotland.
Queen Elizabeth spends a huge amount of time meeting people. At 94 years old, how on earth does she remember their names?
As the coronavirus pandemic is really hampering our British travel plans in 2020 we decided to pull together some ingenious virtual tours of Britain's top attractions.
An old diary has published some interesting tidbits about Queen Elizabeth.
The Royal Family's love for Scotland is very well documented and this footage at the Highland Games illustrates that wonderfully.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes has teamed up with Netflix to create a new six-part drama based around football, called The English Game.
The relationship between King Edward II and Piers Gaveston is one of the most infamous menages a trois in British royal history.
Discover specific locations from wonderful novels you'll find around the great city of London.
Visions of a secret paradise only partially found.
Is Queen Elizabeth's diet the secret to her good health?
Did you know the Royals had to follow these strange rules while travelling?
Queen Elizabeth will be setting off on her holidays to Balmoral Castle very soon. How much do you know about this incredible place?
Silky-voiced Stephen Fry old the most brilliant story about recording the Harry Potter audiobooks.
The latest royal wedding was attended by Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and Prince Philip - but left royal watchers wondering just who is Lady Gabriella Windsor?
Are the remains of Queen Emma of Normandy among the 1,300 bones found at Winchester Cathedral?
There was one royal tradition that ended with the birth of Prince Charles, and it may surprise you
This extraordinary footage from the old British Pathé newsreels shows Queen Elizabeth paying tribute to President Kennedy. Have you seen it?
On Feb 11, 1975, Margaret Thatcher defeats Edward Heath for the leadership of the British Conservative Party.
Winston Churchill, an icon to many, and certainly the United Kingdom's most revered Prime Minister, funeral recalled.
The Queen reportedly has a number of secret hand signals. Did you know about them?
We know Queen Victoria was devoted to Prince Albert, but did she really have an affair with a servant after his death? Historian Julia Baird certainly thinks so
Is everything we know about The Bard, William Shakespeare, true?
Ever wondered how travelers would get rest while crossing countries on horseback? In this article we look at coaching inns, which provided a place to rest for travelers and horses alike
Follow the Roman Road from Exeter to Lincoln and walk through years of history - ramble the Fosse Way.
Did you know that Ireland was presented with crown jewels by both Henry II and Henry VIII?
Did you know this country was stepping away from the United Kingdom?
Newly unearthed footage of Queen Victoria in Ireland is clearer than any other thought to be in existence.
Queen Victoria ruled Britain for over 60 years, but just what effect did her reign have on her subjects?
Planning a trip to Britain? Here are some things to think about while you're over there.
They're one of Britain's most unique landscapes and provide plenty of challenges for local, what it's really like to explore The Fens
Was Mary Queen of Scots involved in the murder of her husband Lord Darnley?
Oscar Wilde is one of the most quotable writers of all time, and here's his most famous quotes used to tell his life story
Does the discovered letter from 1511 prove that the White Queen died from the plague?
Exciting new discoveries cast fresh light on the world’s most famous henge.
Cornwall is known for it's stunning scenery and beaches. Is it the most beautiful place in Britain?
Happy birthday Harry!
Thomas Blood, believed to have been some sort of double secret agent, engineered an insane plot in the only close attempt in history to steal the priceless jewels from the Tower of London
Jack the Ripper is one of Britain's most notorious and mysterious figures. Who was he?
Jane Austen knew the Peak District and the journey of Ms. Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice illustrates that brilliantly.
Once a center of ecclesiastical and political power, the modest modern city lives comfortably with its history.
From the Black Death to Henry VII and Cromwell's eventual suppression of monastic life and prise in Britain.
Will the Royal Family survive once Queen Elizabeth moves on?
Belgravia, based on the 2016 book by Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is set to premiere on ITV later this year
Their Majesties King George VI and Queen Elizabeth were crowned on 12 May 1937 following the abdication of his brother King Edward VIII
Spending seven days in the "heart of England" - trails through the Cotswold Hills, and encompassing Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, and Worcestershire.
Britain's oldest pubs have many a story to tell.
The upbringing, genius and eventual demise - everything you need to know about the Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas.
Think you know everything there is to know about your favourite stars? Think again.
The Duke of Cambridge is back getting out and about and doing what he does best, engaging with charities and paying homage to heroes in the community.
Modern Yorkshire was manufactured from cloth, coal, and steel, and the tale of its construction in the 18th and 19th centuries can be explored in a day.
For his 55th birthday, in 2019, Queen Elizabeth II gave Prince Edward a brand new title, but what does it mean for the rest of the family?
Olivia Colman may play the monarch in the movie The Favourite, but what do we need to know about the real Queen Anne?
There are dozens of unsolved murders and curious causes throughout Britain's noted history, we take a look at three of the best.
Happy Birthday Tower Bridge! After 125 years, we take a look at some of the defining moments in the history of Tower Bridge
Given the fact that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have now opted out of their royal duties the advice the Queen once handed down to her grandsons, Prince William and Harry, seem even more poignant.
As Prince William's wife, Kate Middleton's title as Duchess of Cambridge will automatically change when Queen Elizbabeth II either dies or steps down
Are you visiting the UK soon? Here are seven simple ways to avoid being a tourist and make sure you get the most from your trip.
Who was Mary Tudor and why was she the world's most unhappy Queen?
She calls Downton Abbey home and lives the real lady of the manor life, so what is it like to be Lady Carnarvon of Highclere Castle?
The scone undoubtedly, the perfect British treat. Clotted cream, jam, butter? However, you take yours this recipe is dreamy.
The UK and the USA have long enjoyed a special relationship. We thought we'd take a look into it.
Have you seen these classics? Here's 10 great British war movies that you need to check out.
The Winston Churchill Memorial and Library is located in Fulton, Missouri. Do you know why? Read more to find out.
Jan 25 is Burn's Night a celebration of Scotland's most famous poet Robert Burns.
Chaining yourself to the railings of Number 10 is always going to garner more headlines than a well-argued letter to the Times.
The Royals are just like any other family, which means they all have nicknames for each other, yes, even Queen Elizabeth!
In one battle, William the Conqueror led the Normans in sweeping away Anglo-Saxon rule.
Are these the prettiest streets in Britain, get the cameras ready because we think so
Why bother telling someone they’re a dummy when you can just call them a "daft git"?
Following in the footsteps of this tragic young Queen.
Prince Charles is quite particular with his tea...
Take a day-by-day trip with us through Somerset, a county loaded with history and scenery, so often overlooked.
It was not cream teas and pasties, but metallic ore built Cornwall, on the in South West England.
Have you seen this footage of Queen Elizabeth in Ethiopia?
Here's some expert advice on how to get the best shot of Britain's most famous landmarks - to make sure you can make all your friends jealous!
Prince Philip isn't happy with certain members of the Royal Family.
Our expert British travel writer's nine places that ought to be on every must-see list for anyone planning a trip to the United Kingdom.
Have a look at this amazing footage of Queen Elizabeth addressing Westminster in 1966
From sales of work in post-World War II to the modern archetypal feature of rural British village life here's everything you need to know about British fêtes.
Though separated from the Scottish mainland by only 10 miles across the Pentland Firth, Orkney is one destination that really feels a world away.
Have you seen this footage of Queen Elizabeth playing as a young child in Windsor?
Did you know Queen Elizabeth enjoyed this food so much?
Anne de Courcy, author of the book "The Husband Hunters: Social Climbing in London and New York" talks with BHT about the real-life Downton Abbey, Lady Coras, and their history-changing legacies.
Scores of industrial history museums unpack the tale of the Industrial Revolution. Here are 10 great visits that help tell the story.
The Queen’s summer ‘progresses’ throughout her kingdom endeared her to her people, burdened her hosts, and left a legacy of royal lodgings for us to enjoy today.
How Britain fell in love with Britain and Chicken Tikka Massala become the United Kingdom's official favorite dinner.
Prince Harry has spoken out about his new documentary.
Have you seen this amazing footage of Queen Elizabeth's wedding day? Take a look!
Captain Robert Flacon Scott, Royal Navy officer, and the explorer who led two expeditions to the Antarctic regions. Today we celebrate his life and incredible adventures.
On this day, Jan 15, the coronation of Queen Elizabeth took place, but was this monarch's reign fraught with lies?
From honoring King George to artistic expression here's everything you need to know about Britain's incredible white chalk horses and walkers or warriors.
It's been called the epicenter of modern Royal London, so Sandra Lawrence shows us around St James's Palace and surrounding attractions.
The food of Yorkshire is world-renowned for good reason.
Are you in love with Britain’s favorite comfort food? Then here's everything you need to know to make sure you're eating Britain's best fish and chips.
Victorian workhouses were a common institution throughout Britain's history. How much do you know about the controversial buildings?
Welsh prince Owain Glyndwr arguably became the most famous and highly regarded figure in Welsh history.
Staffordshire was the home of the pottery industry and one with a fascinating history and legacy.
There are many rivers in the world that serve as borders. Surprisingly the Medway, in the middle of Kent, is one of them. Man of Kent or Kentish Man — which are you?
Our knowledge of Druidism is often full of misconceptions, here's everything you need to know about the history of Druidism and Druids in Britain
Breakfast: It's Britain's answer to soul food. The art of the proper fry up is still alive today and can be found in kitchens all over the United Kingdom.
We asked our contributors to tell us a little bit about some of their favorite spots in Britain. Here's what they said.
Remarkable British Pathé footage shows the Royal Family, including Queen Elizabeth and newborn Prince Andrew, arrive at their Scottish castle in 1960.
Did you know these facts about Queen Elizabeth?
The most well-known and forgotten myths and legends of Britain's favorite holiday locations. How many of them do you know?
King Henry VIII ruled England for 36 years, yet his reign remains known for his love affairs and marriages more so than his achievements - how much do you know?
The English monarchy has lived at Buckingham Palace since the reign of Queen Victoria, but how much do you know about its history?
At the National Maritime Museum's Nelson Gallery, visitors catch a glimpse of the personality of England's greatest naval warrior Admiral Horatio Nelson
Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle have moved abroad and stepped away from their royal duties. Does this mean that the Duke of Sussex, Harry, is no longer a prince?
Today, March 10 (1964), marks the birthday of HRM Queen Elizabeth II's third son, Prince Edward, a full-time working member of the Royal Family.
Bath's sacred spring at the ancient Roman bath and temple complex in the Somerset city reveals that cleanliness really was next to godliness.
Still far from madding crowds, Sandra Lawrence explores the countryside of Dorset.
On Sept 2, 1666, the Great Fire of London was ignited and burned for four days gutting the medieval city.
Cambridge - Undoubtedly one of Great Britain's best-kept secrets.
Would you bid for any of these items?
Have you seen this charming clip?
How much does the coronation crown cost? Let's find out
In Nov 1948 Julie Andrews became the youngest solo artist to perform at a Royal Command Variety Performance, British Pathe captured the moment.
The tragic death of Kick Kennedy in a 1948 plane crash was covered up by her family because of the scandalous details that surrounded the young Kennedy's love life.
How shall we ever know if it’s morning if there’s no servant to pull up the blind?
On this day, August 31, 1997, Princess Diana, the beloved mother of Prince William and Harry, was killed in a high-speed car crash in Paris. Here is everything you need to know about the "Queen of Heart's" life.
Did you know the Royal Family had to follow these rules?
How an Irish nun gave comfort to Princess Diana during her fraught marriage from 1992.
London gangster William 'Billy' Hill helped shape the criminal career of the notorious Kray twins.
She's the Queen's aunt and a character in the new Downton Abbey movie, but who was Princess Mary?
You know that The Battle of Hastings was a bloody fight between the Normans and the Saxons, but do you exactly how the Normans were armed?
It formed the basis for America's Bill of Rights but what is the Magna Carta, and how did the Great Charter come to be?
Ahead of the anniversary of her death, her sons revealed the statue they commissioned will be unveiled for her 60th birthday.
The September / October 2020 issue of British Heritage Magazine is winging its way to our subscribers!
Here's everything you need to know about Eleanor of Aquitaine.
... And all because Edward VIII abdicated his throne for the woman he loved.
Where ancient Roman history and legend make romance in the small Welsh town of Caerleon.
Mr. Straw's House, 7 Blyth Grove, in Worksop, a treasure chest of fascinating 1920s objects, fashions, and memories from inter-war Britain.
If you have any questions concerning British Army protocol --“the nuts and bolts side of the military"--Taff Gillingham is your man.
Explore the hard lives of workers and families of Georgian England at the Quarry Bank Mill's, Apprentice House, in Wilmslow.
Sian Ellis put the question to Gloucestershire-based garden designer Jacquie Gordon, winner at the Chelsea Flower Show for Mr. McGregor’s Garden, inspired by Beatrix Potter’s Tale.
The history of Oxford University, Sommerville College, and the woman who inspired it, the Scottish science writer and polymath, Mary Somerville.
The world's best-loved cheese comes from a Somerset village.
The tale of the notorious outlaw has lived on long after he and his band of merry men have gone.
Lights, camera, action at places we love to recognize from the small and silver screens
A quirky interlude in the Marcher Borderlands. “Queen sells church for £1” is one of the more curious newspaper headlines back in 2015.
Have you ever wondered why only some royals wear tiaras and others never have? We know!
Lord Mountbatten was assassinated by the IRA in 1979 when the terrorist organization blew up his fishing boat off the coast of Sligo.
Britain once produced half the world's cotton cloth without growing a single scrap of, so just how did British textiles come to clothe the world?
Manderston House in the Scottish Borders, almost completely rebuilt in Edwardian times, is described as being the swansong of that era.
Do Scotland by train and leave the driving. Elegant Edinburgh, the floral city of Aberdeen and west to the Highland capital of Inverness.
From Cardiff to Castle Coch the most stunning historic castles to explore in South Wales.
Happy Birthday to Prince Philip, The Queen’s cousin, and a full-time working member of the Royal Family.
Meghan Markle has been on the receiving end of some harsh criticism due to her involvement in politics but she isn't the first!
The pair who ruled during World War II enjoyed a deep and enduring friendship despite their differences.
The Scots have placed their affections in some strange places throughout their battle-worn history
King Edward I’s chain of stone fortresses, across Wales is as imposing today as it was 700 years ago.
A section of the media believes Queen Elizabeth should strip Meghan of her title. Do you agree?
If you're looking for a single whistle-stop tour take a trip to “Scotland in miniature”, the Isle of Arran.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has been praised for her decision to move back to Windsor Palace.
Compact and picturesque Wells makes a great visit.
For those who love the mystery and the magic of the Royal Family, let's take a walk in their shoes.
Are Harry and Meghan planning a television series?
The coast of Britain! This is looking through a kaleidoscope of English history and a window into the English soul.
King George VI died on this day in 1952. Let's take a moment to remember him.
Is Queen Elizabeth immune to the law? Lets find out...
The historical fact often takes a back seat to dramatic conventions when Britain war effort is portrayed on film.
In the aftermath of the First World War British people needed a place to focus their loss and grief. War memorials were erected up and down the country in a show of national pride that lasts to this day.
Could a move back to the UK be on the cards for Prince Harry?
Foyle's War has beated Downton Abbey as the most missed British TV show of the 21st Century, according to a new poll from The Radio Times
Cruising the capital city's crowded canals, exploring London's life on the waterways - its challenges, history, and different point of view.
The faiths of Henry VIII's wives are well known, but did you know that each is associated with at least two castles?
Spelunkers and backpackers, film crews, and folks who love stately homes: visitors flock to the oasis of the Peak District for many reasons.
Joan McKenzie, a survivor, recalls World War II's Hitler's V-weapon offensive during the Blitz.
For 200 years, mudlarks scrounged a living in the tidal flats of the River Thames. Today, intertidal archaeology can be a fun London adventure.
Whether you're based in Devon, Cornwall, or further field and in search of history, fine museums and underground excitement Exeter is a wonderful town to visit.
Following in the trail of John and Charles Wesley in their hometown of Epworth, in North Lincolnshire.
Dr. Christopher Warleigh-Lack is filled with stories of Hillsborough, and not just ones about its artifacts and artwork.
A trip along the Heads of the Valley road certainly unwraps a rich story, of visionary ironmasters and hard-grafting workers, who forged industrial, social and political revolution.
Making merry once more at the classic amusement park, Dreamland! Margate’s lost soul was reborn.
King Richard III lived a fascinating life and was embroiled in controversy and mystery. The greatest mystery of all being, was he really a villain?
Kate Middleton has always drawn admirers due to her stylish fashion sense. How did she become Britain's Queen of style?
Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple both visited this town on River Dart, in Devon, where the world's best-selling author, Agatha Christie, called home.
Some of these Roman road trips will bring you on a proper adventure!
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."
Ever wondered who are the most popular Royals? Thanks to YouGov, now we can find out. And you might just be surprised at who made the top ten!
If you’re intrigued about visiting Scotland but don’t know where to start let this be your guide...
English astronomer, geophysicist, mathematician, meteorologist, and physicist, Sir Edmund Halley is best known for his discoveries surrounding Halley's Comet. How much do you know about this scientific giant?
It is unimaginable to picture Longleat House in any setting other than the one it so perfectly occupies.
Some new details have emerged regarding season 6 of The Crown!
New letters written by Edward VIII to a former girlfriend show that the Queen's uncle had little faith in the monarchy and didn't want to become king
Documents explaining how the 3,106-carat Cullinan diamond, the largest ever found, was cut for the crown jewels were auctioned in 2019.
Many monarchs in the long history of Great Britain have been mediocre and worse. Some few have been quite good indeed. However, only Alfred, the 9th-century king of the West Saxons, has been honored by history with the sobriquet “Great.”
The varied homes and birthplaces that have influenced the lives of writing of some of Britain's most iconic writers
Have you heard these outlandish claims about the Royal Family?
You've watched Downton Abbey and lapped up Peaky Blinders? You're gotten hooked on British period dramas!
Due to visit Britain this year, don’t let walking restrictions stand in your way! Here are 10 of the best tourist sites suitable for those with mobility issues.
About 1,300 years ago, the Venerable Bede was early medieval Europe's greatest scholar and the first to record the history of the English nation.
Castles have been around forever. It was the Normans, though, who developed the castle-making art that we know.
Meghan Markle has re-found her voice - and plans on using it.
Which members of the royal family live in which castles? We take a look at the homes of Queen Elizabeth and her family
Just an hour from London on Brighton is most certainly England’s most famous seaside with plenty to see and entertain.
Some of the greatest historic sites in Britain that illustrate how the world changed during the Industrial Revolution.
Many and various tales about the legend of King Arthur have continued to arise throughout history - but what can we take as real and what can we dismiss as lore?
The pastoral garden county of Kent houses an extraordinary collection of historic fortresses, from Canterbury Cathedral to Battle Abbey and Dover Castle there's something for every Anglophile.
Can you imagine Princess Anne with this vocation?
Have you seen this footage of the Royal family at Windsor?
A house fit for an Earl! The history of Dumfries House in south-west Scotland largely revolves around two men, separated in time by almost 250 years.
A look at what Scottish food is all about. Think Scottish food is all haggis and potatoes? Well, you wouldn’t be far wrong...
Friday 13th, a day that sends shivers down everyone's spine, and is known for bringing bad luck. Even to the Royal Family and never more so than during World War II, in 1940.
William Wilberforce, "The Saints" and the political events in Britain which led up to the abolition of slavery in 1833 across the British Empire.
The Great British Bake Off’s first winner shares a northern treat her nanna's very own gingerbread recipe.
The true history of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, the life of Alice Liddell, and what remains in real life of these fantastical tales.
Fruited confections fit for a Queen! We take a look at the history of Royal wedding cakes - from Queen Elizabeth II to Prince William and down to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Dating back to the early 1700s Sian Ellis takes a guided tour through the atmospheric Baroque mansion and explores its "heart-tugging progress from luxury to the faded glory."
Meet the man who ordered the execution of Mary Queen of Scots while working as a spymaster for Queen Elizabeth I - Francis Walsingham
Here are five of London's most beautiful buildings built during the reign of Queen Victoria.
General William Howe was Commander in Chief of the British Army during a crucial period of the War of Independence. How much do you know about the British leader?
It was Queen Victora's summer home, but what else do we need to know about Osborne House?
Dr. Tony Pollard, historical advisor to the smash-hit period drama Outlander on Starz tells British Heritage Travel how his role works and how he keeps this TV show on the heritage straight and narrow.
Fancy living like a King? Well, now's your chance!
Have you seen this footage of Queen Elizabeth in Ghana?
In 2019 Britain celebrated Prince Albert's 200th birthday, here are five unknown facts about Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria.
The Welsh valleys have a long and storied history within the mining industry. Read more to find out about it.
Charles II was a polarizing figure. How much do you know about the former King?
A stern Queen, overcome by grief, who oversaw 63 years as the Monarch of the UK, Britain, and Ireland, who would have thought that Victoria was so sentimental.
Reports have emerged that claim that Harry and Eugenie's friendship is on the rocks.
A new ABC documentary looks at racist letters written by Edward VIII during a royal visit to Australia
Did you know Queen Elizabeth has a sweet tooth? Here's what she likes best.
From Barataria to Titipu, the rollicking, madcap light operas of Gilbert & Sullivan parodied Victorian England and still delight audiences around the world.
A British Library curator chooses the institution's most valuable items along with the treasures she most enjoys.
Now more than ever we have ample time to sit back and enjoy these modern classic British films.
Harry and Meghan's social media has been all but removed from the Royal Family's website.
Queen Elizabeth and Patrick Plunket enjoyed a special relationship. Read more to find out about their close bond.
For more than two centuries, “Burton” meant “beer” in the United Kingdom just like “Hollywood” meant “movies” in the United States. So what happened?
“Gloucester Cathedral is looking for a Senior Stonemason. 39 hours a week. Reporting to the Master Mason at the Cathedral.”
How much do you know about these lesser known royals?
Should Prince Charles and Camilla renew their vows?
From Shakespeare to Conan Doyle, this southern county has known the poets and storytellers of England’s past.
What was life really like for people in Britain during the 1600s, those British who emigrated to America?
Was Warbeck just another in a long line of pretenders to the throne of England, or did his appearance in Ireland in 1491 prove the innocence of Richard III, whom most historians accused of murdering his nephews, the Princes in the Tower?
Have you seen this incredible footage of Queen Elizabeth at the opera?
What is the 'Queensberry Curse', an affliction that has permeated one of Britain's oldest families for generations?
Prince Philip told his wife that her father had died and she was now Queen, his cousin has revealed
Are you visiting London soon? Here are five of our favorite things to do and see in England's capital.
Despite two attempts to overtake Britain, Caesar ultimately returned home emptyhanded. Here's a look at the history of Julius Caesar in Britain
How better to celebrate International Beer Day (Aug 7) by revelling in the wonder of British pub names! Cheers.
Bring British literature to life by visiting the setting of one of your favourite novels, from Jane Austen to D.H. Lawrence we take a look at ten of the best.
A roundup of what to do, where to go, and what you have to see in Canterbury
Two decades after the famous 1995 BBC series Pride and Prejudice, starring Colin Firth, British Heritage Travel caught up with Direct Simon Langton to get the inside scoop.
How a church in Lincolnshire inspired the city of Boston and the story of John Cotton
William Penn founded the Province of Pennsylvania. Read more to discover the history behind the man.
Celebrate International Beer Day (Aug 7) by rejoicing in Britain's history with and great love for beer!
The new book "Finding Freedom" reveals Queen Elizabeth II refused to allow Meghan Markle to wear the tiara she picked out for her wedding day.
What do Queen Elizabeth, Prince William and Prince Harry always travel with?
Watling Street is a historical route dating back to Celtic and Roman times. Join our writer as he takes a trip along the road.
Anthony Ashley Cooper opened people's eyes to the oppression of the weakest and poorest among them and led the way to easing their misery.
Here's some fun facts about Meghan Markle on her birthday!
Two years after the end of the Second World War Elizabeth purchased her wedding dress using ration coupons.
Have you heard these facts about the National Trust?
A royal insider recently revealed that the Queen's favourite grandchild is Lady Louise Windsor, eldest child of Prince Edward and his wife Sophie. Here's everything you need to know about Lady Louise.
Did you know there are four Cistercian abbeys in Yorkshire, including a World Heritage site? Visit all four with our expert guide
"Lloyd George... asked her to become his secretary but explained that he could work with her only if he made her his mistress as well."
Back in fashion nowadays but with its history dating back hundreds of years, this Scottish homely meal is still a favorite.
Taking the family to London is undoubtedly one of the finest trips you will ever take.
A look at Sherlock Holmes London and the life of his creator Arthur Conan Doyle.
Did you know that these baby names were so popular?
She's been on the throne for 67 years, but what is the secret to Queen Elizabeth II's good health?
Reports have emerged that claim Prince Charles is planning on scaling back the Royal Family. What do you think?
As the word's longest-reigning monarch, there's an entire generation of people who have never known life without Queen Elizabeth.
We finally get to see inside the recently renovated Buckingham Palace and it looks incredible
To celebrate the Duchess of Cambridge's 8th wedding anniversary, the Queen made her a Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order - the highest honour she can bestow. But what exactly does it mean?
The latest statistics from the Press Association are just in, and shows that Princess Anne is the hardest working royal
From Cartimandua to Florence Nightingale and Nell Gwyn to Margaret Thatcher, we look at famous women throughout English history.
Are you a Game of Thrones fan? Did you know that there are 7 locations in the UK that have appeared in the hit show?
Pride in the Cornish pasty runs deep throughout Cornwall, so much so that in 2018 they launched the Cornish Pasty Week.
Explore The Barbican and play bowls on The Hoe with Drake.
Martin Luther is synonymous with Protestantism in Germany. In France, John Calvin led the reform movement. Scotland, too, had its giant of ecclesiastical reform in John Knox.
“The art of the butler is seen by many people as being old-fashioned, but nothing could be further from the truth,” says Grant Harrold— and he should know.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel was "the greatest of England's engineers", a "man with the greatest originality of thought and power of execution, bold in his plans but right."
The death-defying daredevil life and flights of Amy Johnson a pioneering English pilot who was the first woman to fly solo from London to Australia.
Incredible the mutiny of 1789 on the Bounty was only one of three set against Lieutenant William Bligh but was his a victim or a villain.
Cornwall’s Penwith Peninsula has what may be the finest coast in all of Britain: nearly 40 miles of continuous, unbroken sea cliffs, with fine sand beaches washed into narrow cuts, and water the deep turquoise of the Bahamas.
The Palace of Hampton Court is so splendid that two of its 16th-century residents have seemingly refused to leave, for it is said that their ghosts walk its halls to this day.
He's one of the world's most accomplished engineers but what do we need to know abut Isambard Kingdom Brunel?
Princess Anne has been passing on some knowledge to Queen Elizabeth on the inner-workings of Zoom.
Prince Philip is known as a joker. Have a look at this compilation showing some of his best.
The funeral of Queen Victoria broke royal protocol in every way and changed the way we mourn monarchy forever
Are you planning a visit to the UK and wondering what to do in Devon and Cornwall? Let us help plan your visit
Have you ever wondered how long it took an 18th-century lady to get dressed?
Harry and Meghan may have burned all bridges with the Royal Family, according to several Royal sources.
Did you know that Princess Margaret bought her own tiara rather than borrow one from the royal jewels?
The secrets of the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Emperor of India including the love for women and the high-life.
Queen Elizabeth II is a Guinness Book of Records seven times over but what kind of records does the Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith hold?
Queen Elizabeth has tagged along to a virtual unveiling of her very own portrait
Kate Middleton is often touted as being middle class. Is this really true?
The Great North Road was the only way of traveling the 409 miles from London to Edinburgh, or Edinburgh to London, for centuries before the A1 and the motorways of today.
Tom Kitchin, head chef, and proprietor of Kitchin and The Scran and Scallie in Edinburgh's talk food, fall and reveals his traditional pot-roasted chicken recipe.
We've all seen the Great British Bake Off, but how much do you know about these British delights?
Liverpool is best known as the home of The Beatles, but there's more to the city than that. Join us as we take a trip through Merseyside.
Devoteés of great literature pass by John Andre's monument at Westminster Abbey's Poet's Corner in puzzlement. Yet his death, more than two centuries ago, caused a sensation both in England and the United States.
A collection of terrific visits that illuminate and inspire, and bring World War II to us today.
Urquhart Castle is surely one of the most picturesquely situated castles in the Scottish Highlands. Located 16 miles south-west of Inverness, the castle, one of the largest in Scotland, dominates a sandstone bluff overlooking much of the length of Loch Ness.
In 1903 Orville and Wilbur Wright launched the world’s first piloted heavier-than-air flying machine, or so history would have us believe. But they were actually 50 years behind eccentric Englishman Sir George Cayley.
Head west to the far west coast of Wales for a road trip adventure that is far less traveled.
Have more spiritual claims and legends attached to Glastonbury than any other place in England?
Public art in the Pennines - The panopticons perched above East Lancashire’s valley-towns are building-sized sculptures set in the midst of stunning views.
After over 300 years, the legacy of history’s greatest landscape architect remains.
Weaving the tapestry of Northern life. Visiting the historic textile mills opens windows onto the technological innovations of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Dozens of ships unload their cargo onto the docks at the port of Manchester, some of it bound for nearby warehouses, some straight for the local mills and factories.
Earlier in the year, an announcement by Harry and Meghan allegedly left Queen Elizabeth none too plussed. Here's the details.
From the Clifton Suspension Bridge to the Great Western Railway and then the "Atmospheric Caper". Here's what really happened when Isambard Kingdom Brunel tried out the Atmospheric Railway.
Caroline, Charlotte, and Augusta, who had never visited Britain before taking the on Royal duties, played a major role in developing royal palaces, and gardens hugely promoted their own personal interests.
A medal awarded to those who 'perform acts of conspicuous courage and bravery' here is just a short history of some of the heroes who earned it.
Joe Wright orchestrated the wonderful Churchill biopic. Have you read our interview with the director?
The ancient history of clipped bushes and hedges and where to see topiary gardens at their best in Britain.
Prince George turns 7 today. Here's everything you need to know about the young prince.
From surviving World War II to "back to the land" revival and even a Harrod's range, the history, and popularity of Britain's allotment plots.
The slave trade was abolished across the British Empire in 1833. This piece explores the lead up to this historic event
Take a trip through English history, from the 5th to the 11th centuries from the end of Roman Britain until the Norman conquest in 1066.
Prince Harry's representatives have responded to allegations made about him and his charity.
A gem of a visit on the Grampian Line, in Scotland.
On April 11 1877 at the Tynewydd Colliery, in Porth became flooded by water from the abandoned workings nearby. Fourteen miners were trapped underground at Tynewydd and rescue attempts were begun to find them.
British citizens in Germany at the onset of WWI soon found themselves in the Ruhleben prison camp.
What began as a family mission in East London in 1865 with soup kitchens and “Food for the Millions” shops spread to become a worldwide organization.
Princess Beatrice married her fiancee, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a small private ceremony at Windsor.
Exploring the castles, mountains, winding roads, and valleys of the mystical Wales where so many tales of princes, heroes, villains, and saints live on.
Three hundred years ago, a remarkable woman travelled alone through every county in England. Today, her journal provides us with a glimpse of 17th-century England.
British Heritage Travel caught up with the author Philippa Gregory in 2015, just after the publication of The Taming of the Queen, the story of Kateryn Parr, the last wife of Henry VIII of England.
The Duke and Duchess of York's eldest daughter, Beatrice, has married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at Windsor, where Queen Elizabeth is living during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fancy a day perusing grand sights of quaint scenes? Visit Sherborne in Dorset and you can do both.
A five-day drive from London to Wells will take you on a picturesque road trip with a wonderful destination.
Through the middle decades of the 17th century, aristocrats and adventurers sought a new life in a new world.
Just a few Underground stops from the West End, heath and village are a world apart.
The Duchess of Cornwall has never sought out the limelight, so how much do you really know about Camilla?
Welcome to the eccentric, exciting, weird and wonderful Suffolk coast.
Jim Corbett visits York and discovers more than enough to entertain between Castle Howard and York Minster.
A British Heritage report from the stern of the Bridge Deck - seeing Britain from a cruiseliners luxury.
For four decades the gadabout diarist reported on the epic events of London city, most notably the Great Fire of London.
It's one of the United Kingdom's most visited cities but what exactly can be achieved by spending 24 hours in Bath?
Join Dana Huntley as he takes a look at 10 of Britain's most impressive museum ships.
Join Jim Corbett as he takes a trip down memory lane and recalls his time spent working in AW Gamages.
Travel through the countryside which inspired H.E. Bates' novels and one of the most popular British TV series ever made - The Darling Buds of May.
Given the spread of the coronavirus worldwide, it's worth remembering to look for the helpers. In doing so we remember the man who halted the spread of smallpox.
A new documentary has shed some light on the details regarding Lord Mountbatten's personal life.
The Grille incident of 1908. What was the grille and what role did it play during the suffrage movement?
The Crown will be returning for the 6th season. Here's all the details!
What did Lonely Planet choose as the UK's top attraction?
Occupied by the Romans from the 1st to the 4th century, Roman historic sites abound in modern Britain. Here's where to found them.
Our favorite market towns, each rich in history—where you can still buy a cauliflower or local cheese in the open-air market.
From Rotherhithe, southeast London, the ship, the Mayflower, first set sail on its famous pilgrim's mission. It's all commemorated on the banks of The Thames.
Have you always wanted to visit Britain but could never quite make the journey? Well 2020 is the year, and here are four reasons to visit Britain, especially if you're American.
Follow in the footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots by visiting the houses, castles, and areas she stayed in while imprisoned by her cousin Elizabeth I.
There has been some job losses at Buckingham Palace, fueling speculation that Queen Elizabeth may have moved out for good.
For a different side of Britain, head up north, to the wonderful Scotland.
Let's take a trip to some of the places made famous by Harry Selfridge.
Have you seen this incredible British Pathé footage Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip from their engagement party?
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have spoken out about the Commonwealth's legacy, and what it means moving forward in the modern era.
On this day, July 7, 1307, King Edward I, conqueror of Wales and “Hammer of the Scots” died on the way to Scotland to fight Robert the Bruce.
Carlisle is a cathedral city in the North-West of England. Join Susie Kearley as she looks at what makes it so special.
Think you know everything there is to know about the Royal Family? Take this quiz!
Do you want a treat from British Heritage Travel this Independence Day?
Join Dana Huntley as he takes a trip through the UK!
How accurate is the The Crown's depiction of the 1961 meeting of the Kennedys and Queen Elizabeth II?
Prince Harry has shared a video of a speech he gave to recipients of the Diana Awards.
British Heritage Travel July / August takes a stroll down memory lane to help you plan your next vacation.
Are you still dreaming of a vacation in Britain? Here's a list of slang that you should know before you travel.
On what would have been her 59th birthday, we take a look back at some of the defining moments throughout the late princess's life.
Two decades after her death, Princess Diana's legacy lives on in both her sons and the daughter-in-law she never had the chance to meet
Join Jim Corbett as he reminisces about his previous life as a soldier in the British Military.
Move over hygge, the Danish term referring to coziness and comfort, this year we’re all about Scottish coorie.
The UK's first operational airbase had quite the history. Let's take a look into what made it so special.
On this day, August 27, in 1979, Mountbatten and three members of his holiday party died after the IRA blew up his boat
A new documentary set to air on Channel 5 has made a fascinating claim about Prince Charles and Princess Diana's relationship.
Harry and Meghan have received backlash for using a crown in their branding when dealing with charities. Twitter users were disappointed to see the Royal links still being used.
Queen Eizabeth II is officially the world's longest reigning monarch, but what comparisons can be made between her reign and that of Queen Elizabeth I?
Holiday plans may be cancelled due to Covid-19, but a virtual trip to Buckingham Palace is still possible!
Father's Day just passed, and the Royal Family shared some special photos to mark the occasion. Take a look!
Kristen Stewart has been chosen to play Princess Diana in the upcoming film 'Spencer'. Do you think this is the right call?
This Sunday, June 21, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, celebrates his 38th birthday! Here's everything you need to know about Britain's future king.
A genuine narrative of the deplorable deaths of the gentlemen who were suffocated in the Indian prison known as the Black Hole of Calcutta.
Writers have loved London for as long as London has existed. Here's a look into it's fascinating history.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a firm believer in the pursuit of justice. How much do you know about this case?
Think you know everything there is to know about the Royal Guard? Join us as we take a look into the history of these mysterious men.
The beloved singer, Dame Vera Lynn, was best known for her work during World War II, when she kept spirits high with her wistful songs.
Scores of villages across our island offer breathtaking photo opportunities and prompt wistful romantic dreams of a simpler time and a simpler life.
Loose leaves, strong flavors, delicate aromas - here's everything you need to know about storing tea, a comprehensive guide on how to store tea.
The races at Royal Ascot is one of the best weeks of the year. Sadly, this year the event will be held without fans. Queen Elizabeth has shared a message of hope ahead of the event.
Queen Elizabeth has stepped out and made hef first public appearance since March amid the Covid-19 crisis. The Queen was celebrating the Trooping the Color ceremony.
England, Scotland, and Wales...Which is your favorite? Join us as we take a look into what makes each one so special.
Choirs have always been closely associated with Wales. Join Sian Ellis as she looks into what makes that connection so special.
Could this be Queen Elizabeth's best speech?
Queen Elizabeth has jumped on her first Zoom call with several care workers, to express her gratitude for their tireless work.
He bore witness to some of London's most notable events, but who exactly was Samuel Pepys?
Prince Philip turns 99 today. To mark the occassion, the Royal Family shared a photo of Her Majesty ad Philip that has raised eyebrows...
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, celebrates his 98th birthday today, June 9.
Viscount Tom Coke, heir to the Earldom of Leicester, on his life running, and the history of Holkham Hall in Norfolk.
Dana Huntley explores the history of John and Charles Wesley and their home town.
Prince Andrew has released a statement through his lawyers accusing the Department of Justice of lying. This has sparked a public feud between both camps.
On June 9, 1870, the great British writer Charles Dickens passed away aged 53. Here Sian Ellis visits his birthplace of Portsmouth, on England’s south coast.
Christopher Somerville speaks about writing his latest book, Ships of Heaven, The Private Life of Britain’s Cathedrals.
Prince Charles has spoken to Sky News about life under lockdown, and how much he is missing the rest of the Royal Family.
Think you know all the rules of royal life? Think again, here's some royal rules that are no longer enforced the way they once were
Enter and win a year’s magazine subscription to British Heritage Travel for your Anglophile Dad this Father’s Day.
Detailed reports from embedded journalists give an incredible perspective on the reality of D-Day, and the Normandy landings.
Winston Churchill called it “The Good Companions”. We call fish & chips delicious.
Meghan Markle has spoken out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and shared some of her experiences with racism in this new video.
Today marks the birthday of King George III, King of Great Britain and King of Ireland, and we celebrate by taking a look at his official biography.
A history, swashbuckling exploits and symbolic splendor of the role created in 1284 and carried out today by Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth's eldest son.
An interview with Christoper Somerville, the author of Ships of Heaven.
Today marks the birthday of George V, King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India. How much do you know about his life?
On this Day Thomas Becket was consecrated as Archbishop of Canterbury in 1162.
Today, 2nd June marks Queen Elizabeth's 67th coronation anniversary. She's shared a photo to mark the date!
Queen Elizabeth has been photographed for the first time since going into lockdown while out enjoying a horse ride!
On June 2 1953 Princess Elizabeth was crowned as Queen Elizabeth II. Here are some top facts about the her coronation 67 years ago.
Happy Birthday Edward Elgar. We celebrate by looking at his life's achievements and the Elgar Birthplace Museum and Elgar Center in Worcestershire.
Try a Ploughman’s, pie or pasta—informal and fresh, while pubs may not be available to us right now during the COVID pandemic it's fun to dream... right?!
Sarah Ferguson has shared a lovely message to her daughter, Princess Beatrice, on her would-be wedding day.
An oft-overlooked tourist site, Lincolnshire is one that all American visitors should add to their bucket list, says Dana Huntley.
As we wait for the youngest royal to be born, we take a look back at some of the more outlandish royal birth traditions that we bet you don't know
The man who perhaps more than any other single individual is responsible for the establishment of British North America.
Philip Sidney talks to BHT about his family estate, Penshurst Place, and how it feels to truly live, and preserve, the history.
Queen Elizabeth has met every American president since becoming Queen. But which one left the biggest mark? Let's take a look.
Dating back to the 1800s this cheesy treat, stewed cheese, is a very British alternative to Swiss fondue.
Today (Aug 13) in 1888, John Logie Baird was born in Helensburgh. Thirty-eight years later, on Jan 26, 1926, he first demonstrated his invention, the colour television, changing the world forever.
Sandra Lawrence blazes the trail in Jane Austen's the West Country and shares her experience.
Let's take an in-depth look into what lead to the British Empire becoming quite possibly the biggest of its kind with Dana Huntley.
A letter written by Prime Minister Winson Church, in which he praises Second World War test pilot Neville Duke has sold for £8,000 at Sotheby's.
Scotland is a country filled with some incredible sights. The Scottish Borders in particular offer up some stunning views.
The period mellow drama has fans around the world but today we ask just how realistic is Downton Abbey?
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have been spending lockdown at Windsor Castle. Here's everything they're up to!
Did you know that the Royal Family members are called different names in different regions with in the United Kingdom?
A day well spent! Siân Ellis visits The Lower Wye Valley in Wales and is endeared by the scenery, history, and lunch options.
Prince William and Kate are certainly household names in the United Kingdom. Let's take a look at their history!
Have a look at this clip of Kate and William acting as bingo hosts for the Shire Hall Care Home.
A YouGov public opinion poll discovered who the most admired people in the United Kingdom were in 2019.
Join in on social media next week and post your British vacation photos for English Tourism Week, May 25 - 31, 2020.
Have you been to Edinburgh?
If you're in the capital for a visit this is the essential guide of free things to do in London.
Captain Tom will be knighted!
Prince Charles said in a statement that he looks forward to visiting Ireland again "once happier times return."
It's the Sussex's anniversary!
Yorkshire's Dales and Moors present any curious traveler with a myriad of things to see and do.
Have you seen this clip from Princess Anne's christening?
Is this Queen Elizabeth's favorite TV show? Certainly at Christmas time!
When she was just ten years old, Queen Victoria, wrote and illustrated a children's book called The Adventures of Alice Laselles.
Most visitors coming to Britain prepare themselves for rain. Just over 2,000 years ago, the invading Roman army prepared by bringing their own supplies of wool—on the backs of sheep.
Three things say a man is in England, four things make his location sure: cream teas, roundabouts, pay and display—and Morris dancing on a spring bank holiday.
East Devon became a center for lace-making in the 16th century, possibly in response to the beautiful products of Italy or Flanders—though this has yet to be substantiated.
London’s protected vistas!
The Battle of Shrewsbury set the stage for the War of the Roses and ended Sir Henry ‘Hotspur’ Percy’s quest for England’s crown…and his life.
Have you seen this clip?
Historic British properties run by the National Trust and with openings through the winter season.
Before we examine the Battle of Hastings and William the Conquer's subsequent victory, perhaps we should take a look at the history of military art in the 11th century
Yet again, Queen Elizabeth breaks a record with ease. Read more to find out all about it.
Have you seen the clip?
The majority of Britain's mosaic masterpieces have been lost to the ages, but those that remain are absolutely stunning.
The Sturminster Newton Mill is in high demand as consumers are using more flour during the coronavirus lockdown.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II may have to stop her regular royal duties indefinitely.
Prince Harry has outlined some plans for the Invictus Games.
Did you know Queen Elizabeth had these skills?
Sunshine or showers, there’s always lots to see and do in Pembrokeshire, on the Welsh coast.
On May 8, 1945, King George VI delivered a victory speech celebrating the defeat of Nazi Germany and paid tribute to those who lost their lives in World War II.
This clip of Meghan Markle reading for Archie is adorable!
A piece of Stonehenge, missing for more than 60 years, was finally returned in 2019 and may provide clues to the monument's origins.
Did you know about the Royal protocol Princess Diana broke when raising her sons?
Victory in Europe Day (known as VE Day), May 8, celebrates the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender of its armed forces.
Riding the great British rails guarantees the adventure of a lifetime!
A royal biographer has revealed that long before Sophie and Edward made it down the aisle, Edward got cold feet about the relationship
Zara Tindall has just made royal history by accepting a new position and title within the equestrian world
Here's what's planned for Archie's big day.
Staggering figures associated with the White Star liner - from deaths during construction to the number of lifeboats on board
Just ahead of victory in Europe Day (VE Day) a new PBS documentary show's how the people and Queen Elizabeth lived through World War II.
Princess Charlotte celebrates her 5th birthday on the 2nd of May
Give your Mom a gift she can enjoy all year round.
Steve Roberts takes a look at the town of Westerham, and its most famous sons.
Daphne du Maurier came from a line of distinguished eccentrics.
Take our poll and let us know which Royal Wedding is your favorite.
Honorary Colonel Tom Moore tuns 100 today having raised over £30 million for the health service to help battle COVID-19.
Dana Huntley explores the heritage of Wales and examines what makes the small nation a great one.
Queen Elizabeth is checking on Commonwealth countries around the world.
Welcome to Edinburgh, Auld Reekie, the Athens of the North, the seat of Scottish culture and center of its history for the past 600 years.
We follow their every move, but what do the Royals do when they're off duty? Here's a look at some of the more surprising royal hobbies.
Have you seen this clip of Prince Harry reading Thomas the Tank Engine?
The British Isles the May / June issue of British Heritage Magazine has something for everyone.
There will be if Hugh Bonneville has anything to do with it
Prince William and Stephen Fry have joined forces - and the result is hilarious.
Have you been to Aberdeenshire?
Prince Louis celebrates his birthday today.
St. George's Day is upon us.
Eleanor of Aquitaine was a major figure in the middle ages and a prominent figure in women's history. So what do we need to know about this remarkable woman?
The Royal Family have shared a special video.
Queen Elizabeth turns 94 years old today.
Prince Philip has released a statement
Harry and Meghan have had enough.
This year is set to be an outlier for Her Majesty as she's forced to stay safe at home in Windsor Castle during the coronavirus outbreak.
Have you ever heard of Newlyn Tidal Observatory? This idyllic spot is where the British Ordnance Survey measures its sea levels.
Fancy a cocktail?
Taking the High Road from Inverness to the Isle of Skye.
For serious Anglophiles who want to see the classic Britain of yore and a gentler way of life, it is hard to beat the rural, agrarian landscapes of the border counties known as the Marches.
Ever wondered why it is British Politicians make so much money? Read more to find out.
Dana Huntley takes us through the rise and fall of Bonnie Prince Charlie's rebellion
Prince Harry is spreading the love on this group call.
All you need to know about London's five royal palaces, and some expert advice on how to make the most of your time there.
Have you seen this clip of Queen Elizabeth and 007?
While Stonehenge does not make Britain's other stone circles in size or setting it remains one of Britain's most fascinating tourist attractions and here's why...
Prnce Harry might have to take a raincheck.
Having tested positive for the coronavirus and pending three nights in intensive care Boris Johnson has been released from hospital and has thanked health care workers for saving his life.
Cheese anyone? Join us as we take a look at what makes English cheese so special.
Check out this clip!
Did you know that Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin took inspiration for the series from several UK locations? Here's the real life locations that inspired Game of Thrones
Named after the 17th gang of rebels, it's the oldest re-enactment society in the UK. But what is the Sealed Knot and why is re-enacting the past so important?
To the northeast of London, bulging into the North Sea, the ancient kingdom of the East Angles seems quickly a world apart.
First Sea Lord is the highest position in the British navy, and Prince Philip couldn't take on the role because of his wife
Covid-19 hasn't slowed William and Kate down.
Dana Huntley went on a 715-mile road trip through the Western Highlands and discovered the most spectacular landscape he’s ever seen.
How Aberdulais, in South Wales weathered a 400-year navigation of industrial change and is now a wonderful attraction worth diving in to!
Prince Charles...The weatherman!
Bletchley Park, the British Spy Center of the Second World War, has released rare silent footage of the MI6 staff members from the code-breaking facility.
In the early part of the 13th century, an English cleric wrote; “Great Tay, through Perth, through towns, through country flies, Perth the whole Kingdom with her wealth supplies.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have revealed their latest plans
Have you seen this footage of the Royal decade following Queen Elizabeth's coronation?
Queen Elizabeth has addressed the nation regarded COVID-19.
Follow the trail of one of England's best-known mystery writers from London to her beloved home of Torquay as we look at the life and times of Agatha Christie
Boris Johnson has been hospitalized due to his ongoing battle with coronavirus.
A peaceful protest which turned violent when private militia were set upon 60,000 protesters in Manchester - killing 18 and injuring over 650
In the heart of Roman Wall Country, the Northumbrian market town bristles with pride.
William and Kate have shared a message of support for the NHS
From 1832 Queen Victoria, kept detailed personal journals for 69 years mapping out the monarch's reign but her secrets were edited out after her death.
We hear about a lot of weird and wonderful stories coming from the UK, but this one may just take the cake...Or maybe the pizza?
America’s most famous Irish son loved all things English, so it possible he was a anglophile?
Salisbury is home to some of Britain's oldest treasures and is well worth a visit.
Ely is a gorgeous cathedral town. Join us as we take a trip!
Just what we imagine a small cathedral city ought to be.
Sir Thomas Becket changed from being a 'patron of play-actors and a follower of hounds to being a shepherd of souls.'
The ceremony won't be going ahead as normal this year.
A report in 2019 revealed that Queen Elizabeth II and her family cost the British people £67 million during the previous year.
The only rotating boat lift in the world, connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal.
Princess Beatrice announced her engagement last week, but will her title change once she's married to Edoardo Mappeli Mozzi?
Prince Charles appears to be on the mend.
He was one of the Empire's greatest rulers, but who exactly was Alfred The Great?
Could this be their final goodbye?
The Duke of Cambridge wants to return to his former career as a helicopter pilot to Britain's National Health Service deal with the Coronavirus outbreak.
The fields where war was waged are historic and poignant.
Channel your inner royal by bidding on The Queen Mother's unused cases of Graham's Port 1977
The former Doctor Who star talks about becoming Queen Victoria playing the iconic role and massive reaction the TV series Victoria had.
Have you seen this footage of the Royals clapping the NHS?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus as the outbreak continues to spread across the United Kingdom.