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Disney and Cameron Mackintosh's multi award-winning musical Mary Poppins returned to its original West End home at the Prince Edward Theatre. The magical story of the world's favourite Nanny will be triumphantly and spectacularly brought to the st...more info
At the heart of the estate is the Mansion, where intimate rooms contrast with beautiful and unexpected Georgian interiors, and the fascinating basement corridor offers a glimpse into life below stairs. Stroll around the colourful parterre garden and wander through th...more info
Visit the RHS’s first new garden in 17 years, due to open in summer 2020 – a ground-breaking project which is transforming a historic space in Salford to a world-class garden. Set in 156 acres on the former Worsley New Hall, highlights include the restora...more info
Stourhead is known for its world-famous 18th century landscape garden. Its centerpiece is a magnificent lake shimmering with reflections of classical temples, mystical grottoes and rare and exotic trees. Secrets of the Hoare family history are revealed at ...more info
Join us for a memorable day out to the Norfolk Broads in September, where we will be celebrating our 70th anniversary!Travel with us to the quaint Norfolk Broads village of Horning and be welcomed aboard a luxury river cruiser for our special cele...more info
A Jacobean-style house, Anglesey Abbey is a luxurious country home decorated with valuable objects and fine furnishings. Venture around the extensive 114 acres of landscaped grounds, which are popular all-year round. They are home to showstopping formal gardens and w...more info
Dating back to the medieval times and set within rolling countryside, Greys Court has a tranquil atmosphere. From a Tudor show house to a 20th century family home, enjoy the homely living rooms – a patchwork of styles – and series of walled gardens. Inclu...more info
One of the most famous steam locomotives in the world, 60103 Flying Scotsman, will be steaming back to the East Lancashire Railway in 2020. Experience a return journey behind the legendary locomotive along the scenic Lancashire line from Bury to Rawten...more info
Woolsthorpe is no ordinary Lincolnshire farmhouse – in 1655, the plague sent Isaac Newton back from university to the place he was born for 18 months, where he worked in solitude and experiment. His interesting life and story is celebrated here, from childhood ...more info
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