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Top 5 Things To Do in March

Posted:
25 February 2020
Posted By:
Jamie Bellinger
Categories:
Things To Do

Winter is waning and spring is on the way. As the days get longer and the weather warms, it's a great time to visit England's historic places for memorable days out, historical events and exciting adventures. To get you started, here's our top five things to do this month... Did you know? ǹ...

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Top 5 Things To Do in February

Posted:
28 January 2020
Posted By:
Jamie Bellinger
Categories:
Things To Do

It's a leap year, which means there's a whole extra day to enjoy England's historic places this month! From getting hands-on through the ages to cooking up Victorian pancakes for Shrove Tuesday, here's our top 5 things to do with English Heritage in February. 🕑 Some of our historic place...

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Stories of our Statues

Posted:
1 July 2019
Posted By:
English Heritage
Categories:
History Uncovered

Myths, legends and folklore are intricately linked with the stories of England's past. But while a lot of these are carried through generational stories and historical literature, tangible associations live on at the historic places we care for. Through the statues at our sites, we can see represent...

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Things To Do in November

Posted:
25 October 2018
Posted By:
Jamie Bellinger
Categories:
Things To Do

As the crisp autumn weather arrives and leaves crunch underfoot, it's a great time of year to get out there and explore England's history. As we count down the days to the Christmas season, stand in the places where history happened. Whether you'd like to take a moment to reflect,  or simply wander...

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7 ‘magic potions’ grown by medieval monks

Posted:
22 October 2018
Posted By:
Dr Michael Klemperer
Categories:
History Uncovered

Step aside Harry Potter – our monks' garden at Mount Grace Priory is like a real-life version of a Hogwarts herbology classroom. Our gardeners have been busy planting herbs and flowers that the Carthusian monks could have grown here in the 15th century. But you can't buy these herbs in the supe...

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