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Shipwreck Museum

The Shipwreck Museum is an independent charitable museum in the historic Old Town of Hastings, UK. The museum has artefacts from many ships wrecked in the English Channel from the Goodwin Sands in Kent to Pevensey Bay in East Sussex, including th ...

                                               

Dunton Plotlands

The Dunton Plotlands was an area of small rural plots of land in Dunton Wayletts, southern Essex inhabited from the 1930s to the 1980s. The plotlands consisted of small plots of land sold in the first half of the 20th century to people who built ...

                                               

Essex Regiment Museum

                                               

Naze Tower

The Hanoverian tower, more commonly known as the Naze Tower, is situated at the start of the open area of the Naze. It was a navigational tower, constructed to assist ships on this otherwise fairly feature-less coast. Visitors can climb the 111-s ...

                                               

Fusilier Museum

The Fusilier Museum is a museum in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. Its collection includes the uniforms, medal and artefacts of the Lancashire Fusiliers.

                                               

Museums in St Albans

                                               

Museums in Medway

                                               

Ashby de la Zouch Museum

The Ashby-de-la-Zouch Museum is a museum in the Leicestershire town of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. The primary aim of the museum is to educate the public about the history of the town. The museum also has a number of temporary exhibitions. The museum open ...

                                               

Tattershall Thorpe

Tattershall Thorpe is a hamlet and civil parish in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It is situated approximately 3 miles south from Woodhall Spa, and 1 mile north-east from Tattershall. The hamlet is significant because of its ...

                                               

Swalcliffe Tithe Barn

                                               

Shropshire Regimental Museum

Shrewsbury Castle is a red sandstone castle in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. It stands on a hill in the neck of the meander of the River Severn on which the town originally developed. The castle, directly above Shrewsbury railway station, is a ...

                                               

Shropshire Regimental Museum

                                               

Southwold Sailors Reading Room

The Southwold Sailors Reading Room is a Grade II listed building on the seafront at Southwold, England. It was built in 1864 as a place for fishermen and mariners to read, as an alternative to drinking in pubs, and also to encourage the pursuit o ...

                                               

Suffolk Regiment Museum

                                               

Surrey Infantry Museum

                                               

Bewdley Museum

The Bewdley Museum Trust was founded in 1969, prior to Bewdley Museum opening in 1972. It was founded by Stephen Quayle who stated that the aims of the museum were, "to show people, who have only known Bewdley as a sleepy backwater, what a busy a ...

                                               

Amberley Museum Railway

The Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre Railway is a 2 ft narrow gauge railway based at the Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, Amberley, West Sussex. It has a varied collection of engines and rolling stock ranging from 18 in gauge to 5 ft 3 in ga ...

                                               

Different epidendrum

Epidendrum difforme is a species of orchid in the genus Epidendrum. In 1861, Muller classified this species in the subsection Umbellata of the section Planifolia of subgenus Euepidendrum Lindl. of the genus Epidendrum. The diploid chromosome numb ...

                                               

The Baked Bean Museum of Excellence

The museum is owned by local man Barry Kirk, who changed his name by deed poll to Captain Beany and is located in the living room, bathroom and kitchen of his third-floor council flat. Captain Beany uses his eccentricity to raise considerable sum ...

                                               

Boarstall Tower

Boarstall Tower is a 14th-century moated gatehouse located in Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, England, and now, with its surrounding gardens, a National Trust property. The National Trust offers tours Wednesday afternoons

                                               

Dorney Court

Dorney Court is a grade I listed early Tudor manor house, dating from around 1440, located in the village of Dorney, Buckinghamshire, England. It is owned and lived in by the Palmer family.

                                               

Cut-Leaf Banksia

Banksia praemorsa, commonly known as the cut-leaf banksia, is a species of shrub or tree in the plant genus Banksia. It occurs in a few isolated populations on the south coast of Western Australia between Albany and Cape Riche.

                                               

Hinchingbrooke House

Hinchingbrooke House in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, was built around an 11th-century Benedictine nunnery. After the Reformation it passed into the hands of the Cromwell family, and subsequently, became the home of the Earls of Sandwich, including ...

                                               

Brougham Hall

The de Burgham family may have held land at Brougham in Edward the Confessors time and were allowed to keep their position after the Norman Conquest of England, which occurred after 1092 in this region: a Wilfred de Burgham was recorded in the re ...

                                               

Townend

Townend is a 17th-century house located in Troutbeck, Windermere, Cumbria, England, and in the ownership of the National Trust. It was donated to the Trust in 1948. Prior to this it was the home of the Browne family, local farmers, for 400 years. ...

                                               

Carnfield Hall

Carnfield Hall is a privately owned country house located at South Normanton, near Alfreton in Derbyshire, England. It is a Grade II* listed building. The estate includes around ninety acres of park and ancient woodland. The manor was anciently h ...

                                               

Castern Hall

Castern Hall, also known as Casterne Hall, is a privately owned 18th-century country house in the Manifold Valley, near Ilam, Staffordshire, England. It is the home of the Hurt family, who have owned the land since the mid-16th century.

                                               

Norbury Manor

Norbury Manor is a 15th-century Elizabethan manor house and the adjoining 13th-century stone-built medieval Norbury Hall, known as The Old Manor in Norbury near Ashbourne, Derbyshire. It is a Grade I listed building. The manor was owned by the Fi ...

                                               

Revolution House

                                               

Bradley (house)

Bradley is a medieval manor house in Newton Abbot, Devon, England. It is set amongst woodland and meadows in the valley of the River Lemon about a half mile to the west of the main town. The house is now in the ownership of the National Trust.

                                               

Kelly House, Devon

Kelly House is a Grade I listed country house and estate located in the village of Kelly, in Devon, England. The estate has been the property of the Kelly family since approximately 1100. Parts of the original Medieval house and great hall are st ...

                                               

Powderham Castle

Powderham Castle is a fortified manor house situated within the parish and former manor of Powderham, within the former hundred of Exminster, Devon, about 6 miles south of the city of Exeter and ​ 1 ⁄ 4 mile north-east of the village of Kenton, w ...

                                               

Tiverton Castle

Tiverton Castle is the remains of a medieval castle dismantled after the Civil War and thereafter converted in the 17th century into a country house. It occupies a defensive position above the banks of the River Exe at Tiverton in Devon.

                                               

Wolfeton House

Wolfeton House is an early Tudor and Elizabethan manor house in Dorset, England. It is situated amongst water-meadows north-west of Dorchester not far from the confluence of the rivers Frome and Cerne. It is near to the village of Charminster.

                                               

Wassand Hall

Wassand Hall is a large Regency house situated to the west of Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, overlooking Hornsea Mere, which is part of its estate. The hall was designated a Grade II* listed building in March 1952 and is now recorded ...

                                               

Acton Court

Acton Court is the historic manor house of the manor of Iron Acton in Gloucestershire, England. It is a grade I listed building of Tudor architure and was recently restored. It is situated, at some considerable distance from the village of Iron A ...

                                               

Bramall Hall

Bramall Hall is a largely Tudor manor house in Bramhall, within the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. It is a timber-framed building, the oldest parts of which date from the 14th century, with later additions from th ...

                                               

Croft Castle

The site is in the civil parish of Croft and Yarpole, 5 miles 8.0 km north-west of Leominster, in Herefordshire, England. It is surrounded by 1.500 acres of woodland, farmland and parkland. It is at grid reference SO449655. The Mortimer Trail, a ...

                                               

Munden House

Munden House and its estate are located between Watford, Radlett and Bricket Wood in the county of Hertfordshire, England. It is a Grade II listed building. A ford on the River Colne is found just off the Hertfordshire Way at Munden House. It is ...

                                               

Salisbury Hall

                                               

Owletts

Owletts, Kent, is a country house 0.8 miles to the northwest of the village of Cobham, Kent, England. It is a Grade II* listed building owned by the National Trust.

                                               

Restoration House

Restoration House in Rochester, Medway, South East England, is a fine example of an Elizabethan mansion. It is so named after the visit of King Charles II on the eve of his restoration. Charles had landed in Dover on 25 May 1660 and by the evenin ...

                                               

Stoneacre, Kent

Stoneacre is a small National Trust property in Otham, near Maidstone, Kent in southern England. The property is a half-timbered yeoman farmers house dating from the 15th century, together with a small garden, orchard and meadows. The house is a ...

                                               

Westenhanger Castle

Westenhanger Castle is a fortified manor house once owned by royalty, located next to Westenhanger railway station and the grandstand of Folkestone Racecourse in Kent. The castle has endured a period of steady decline to near ruination in recent ...

                                               

Stanford Hall, Leicestershire

Stanford Hall is a stately home in Leicestershire, England, near the village of Stanford on Avon and the town of Lutterworth, Leicestershire. The population of any residents in the area is included in the civil parish of Misterton with Walcote.

                                               

Alford Manor House

The Manor House is a Grade II* listed building which can be found on West street within Alford, Lincolnshire, England. It is believed to be the largest thatched manor house in England and was built to a traditional H plan in 1611. It is a very ra ...

                                               

Wolterton Hall

Wolterton Hall, is a large country house in the ecclesiastical parish of Wickmere with Wolterton and the civil parish of Wickmere in the English county of Norfolk, England, United Kingdom. The present hall was commissioned by the 1st Lord Walpole ...

                                               

Moulton Hall

Moulton Hall is a grade I listed 17th-century manor house in Moulton near Richmond, North Yorkshire, England. The hall is built to a rectangular plan in three storeys with cellar and attics of ashlar and rubble with Westmorland slate roofs. The f ...

                                               

Ormesby Hall

Ormesby Hall, a Grade I listed building, is a predominantly 18th-century mansion house built in the Palladian style and completed in 1754. It is situated in Ormesby, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire in the north-east of England. The home of the Pen ...

                                               

Southwick Hall

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