Cornwall is well known for sun, sea and sand, but if you venture away from the tourist traps you can still find some less well known attractions. Here are a few of the best places to visit in Cornwall.
How much do you know about Britain? Test your knowledge with this fun, free quiz which is great for parties, pub quizzes, schools or home-schoolers, or social groups of all kinds.
Planning a visit to the Tower of London, or just curious about its history? I've compiled a list of odd and curious facts about the tower of London, along with some fantastic photos of the inside.
York is full of surprises. Everyone has heard of York Minster, but there are many secret things to see and do as well. Discover York's snickets, observatory, and chocolate trail.
The Ostrich Inn in Colnbrook is the third oldest pub in England. It is said to be haunted by several ghosts and legends say that murders took place there on which the story of Sweeney Todd was based.
St Michael's Mount is a striking and imposing castle, perched high on an island just off the coast of Marazion in Cornwall. At low tide it's possible to walk across a stone causeway to the...
If you're looking for a different place to see in London, then St Katharine Docks shouldn't be missed. It's pretty with great restaurants, but not everyone knows it's there!
The Chilterns is a wonderful area of amazing woodlands, things to do, and a great place to explore. Includes Windsor Castle, Cliveden House and gardens, Beconscot Model Village and beautiful villages.
Loch Indaal is a sea loch in the south-west of the Isle of Islay, Scotland. This page looks at various parts of its 35 mile coastline, some of the scenic views to be had and general places of interest
Regarded as perhaps the finest example of a city square of Georgian architecture anywhere in the world this is one of the jewels of Edinburgh New Town. Enjoy a virtual stroll around the square to view and learn about its attractions.