Tag: Historic

The UK has great history and there are many historic places to visit with the kids. You’ll find many putting on events at certain times of the year making the day out both fun and educational. You will also find some great castle ruins throughout the countryside that provide an excellent picnic spot or a break in a long jourey, but it’s not all really old stuff as many former nuclear bunkers are now attractions!

If you are after visiting that classic looking castle that's surrounded by a large moat, then Leeds Castle in Kent is the place to head.

Explore this listtle castle that guards sea passage.

Harewood Treasure House is located between Leeds and Harrogate. We go along to find out what it has to offer families...

Brunton Turret is a good piece of surviving Hadrian's Wall. No admission required. Park in the lay-by on the A6079.

Winner of the Prince of Wales award for tourism, Sygun Copper Mine is one of the wonders of Wales – a remarkable and impressive example of how our precious ...

As part of the 5CChallenge we visit the impressive Elizabethan Burghley House...and have a fab day out!

The Harley Gallery opened in 1994 and was designed by local architect Leo Godlewski, constructed within the ruins of the Victorian gasworks which ...

As part of our #5CChallenge, we visit Holkham Hall in Norfolk.

Blenheim Palace has quite a lot to see and do. Even if you don't want to go into the palace, the park land has plenty to see, plus there's the Pleasure Gardens ...

Step back in history to the time of the Civil War at the Commandery in Worcester City centre.

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