ID No. 132

 This might just be the most noteworthy of all Roman sites on these islands. Once there was a busy harbour here. It was a gateway to Britain under Roman rule. The site is now more than 2 miles away from the ocean. But one can use one's imagination and understand that this place saw the start and the finish of Roman rule in Britain.First this was a house. A Manor houses. It has a tower which you can climb. And there is a passage, deep below the ground which runs between the tower and the cooking area. It was a matter of status. During the 15th century after extensive rebuilding the house was allowed to call itself a castle. Read More

ID No. 130

This place was founded by King Henry VIII. It is one of the first and most thoroughly equipped coastal fortresses. And quite a few of those castles were built along the shore. It is a Tudor fortress, set up so that cannon can be deployed wherever such weapons might might be needed. You can walk and clamber through and around the entire building. You can visit the storerooms. You can go into the captain’s room on the first floor. The building now has a permanent exhibition, which shows clearly how Henry VII worried about his land, the defense of it and its survival. There are also strong hints and insights on offer when it comes to Henry’s conjugal life. New things are always on show here and kids are well catered for. A fun place, where one can experience a castle and hear 4 centuries worth of stories. Read More

ID No. 128

An old, old fortress. The stories of what happened here during the Middle Ages are of real interest. So are the tales of both World Wars. It is possible to climb up the Great Tower all the way to the top. And throughout the building, rooms have been set up for you to might believe Henry the Second is coming to tea. This is a place whose best stories involve the tower and the tunnels. The underground passages were of special use during the Second World War. Deep within the secret parts of these cliffs naval officers orchestrated evacuations from France and beyond, the wounded were treated, and every measure was taken to prevent invasion. This is a place that resounds with adventure, danger derring-do and noble deeds. Read More

ID No. 59

Significant collection of 17th and 18th century European Old Masters, over 600 old Master paintings. Unmissable and architecture for a fiver. Host your event at the world’s first purpose built public gallery, home to one of the finest collections of Old Master paintings in the world. Read More

ID No. 54

The world's leading Museum devoted to contemporary design in every from architecture and fashion to graphics, product industrial and digital design. The hyperbolic paraboloid curve of the roof is the building’s most spectacular feature, and the building came to be seen as a tent pitched in the leafy surroundings of Holland Park. Its dramatic and innovative design led to the former  Commonwealth Institute being considered one of the most significant pieces of modern architecture in London. Read More

ID No. 51

 This is a great place to connect with nature and boost your wellbeing. Here you can walk along tree-lined avenues through wide open parkland, stroll along tranquil riverside paths, discover a thriving wetland and relax in an historic rose garden.  Book wildlife experts to deliver your nature party. Bug hunting, bird watching, natural art and more. Choose your activity to make your child’s next birthday party a truly memorable experience. Parties suitable for 3-11 years. Read More

ID No. 50

The museum was intended to record the civil and military war effort and sacrifice of Britain and its Empire during the First World War 1917. World's class collections tell the everyday & exceptional stories of people whose lives have been forever impacted by war. Recreations of war trenches and the Blitz, many tanks and planes and revolving military exhibitions. See war through the eyes of the people who lived it. Founded during the First World War, the museum gives voice to the extraordinary experiences of ordinary people forced to live in a world torn apart by conflict. From the wonder of its world-famous atrium to the countless discoveries on each of its six floors, it is a place filled with the power to move, surprise and inspire. Read More

ID No. 48

This castle is a 1,000-year-old castle that protects the Crown Jewels. It was secure fortress, a royal palace and an infamous prison. Kings and queens demonstrated their power from here, shaping society and influencing our world.  See wonderful displays of arms and armour, which have made and stored in this secure fortress. Step into the luxurious palace of medieval Kings and Queens, designed as a place to live and rule. Explore the spaces where famous prisoners were kept and discover the graffiti they left behind 500 years ago. Find the places where people were imprisoned awaiting trial or punishment. Discover where kings, queens and religious criminals were locked away, and where three English queens were killed by execution. Read More

ID No. 47

This historically significant site was the secret heart of Britain’s wartime air defence. It was here that the battle of Britain was observed, planned and controlled by ordinary men and women doing extraordinary things. You too can stand in rooms where Churchill and King George VI watched the RAF plotters and controllers tirelessly coordinate the crucial defence of the nation. Today, the original operations room appears exactly as it did at the height of the battle of Britain on 15 September 1940 at 11.30am. See genuine artefacts from the battle of Britain and beyond. Test your skills identifying aeroplanes. The story of the people behind the innovation and the politics that shaped this invention is told for the first time. Read More

ID No. 29

The house is a historic house with formal gardens set back 200 metres from the river Thames in London. One of London's best kept secrets, it has remained virtually unchanged for 400 years and is internationally recognised for its superb collection of textiles, furniture and art which have remained in the house for centuries. Read More

ID No. 28

From dinosaurs to human evolution, discover what you can see and do in the free galleries. From anglerfish to zebras, meet the stars of free galleries. There's six to explore, plus the Rothschild room which tells the  story of one man's  passion that created the museum. The Museum in London  that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. Read More

ID No. 26

The museum preserves and shares the real stories of ordinary people with extraordinary responsibilities. As the leading authority on Army and its impact on society past and present, see to inspire, engage and educate the public through world class museum and collections.  Read More

ID No. 19

Explore what makes us human. Expect a unique, exciting and interactive journey through the human body, described by many as 'emotional', 'extraordinary' and even 'life-changing'. Immerse yourself and discover a wide-range of insights into the body and mind, showing what effect our lifestyle choices have on our health. It's fun, provocative, educational and endlessly fascinating. More than 200 anatomical specimens, spread over 6 galleries on 3 floors and over 20,000 sq ft, will reveal the beauty that lies beneath our skin.  Read More

ID No. 17

   Immerse yourself in the greatest and most authentic Tudor experience in the world. This is a Royal palace and open to the public, which is a major tourist attraction. The palace continues to display a large number of works of art from Royal collection. Apart from the palace itself gardens, other point of visitors includes the celebrated maze, the historic real tennis court, and the huge grape vine, the largest in the world.  Relax in over 60 acres of beautiful gardens that run down to the River Thames, featuring sparkling fountains, glorious displays of over 1 million flowering bulbs and 750 acres of tranquil royal parkland. Explore the wonderful kitchen Garden and see seasonal fruits, vegetables and herbs growing as they would have done for the Georgian Kings in the 18th century. The Maze- planted over 300 years ago, the world’s oldest puzzle maze consists of half a mile of winding paths surrounded by towering yew tree walls. On average it takes 20 minutes to reach the centre. Limited on-site parking is available. Read More

ID No. 15

The house is a historic house with formal gardens set back 200 metres from the river Thames in London. One of London's best kept secrets, it has remained virtually unchanged for 400 years and is internationally recognized for its superb collection of textiles, furniture and art which have remained in the house for centuries. Read More

ID No. 12

Walk in the footsteps of the UK’s famous wartime leader. Explore the underground headquarters that acted as the top secret nerve centre from where war time leader and his inner circle determined the course of the Second World War. Get up close to artefacts revealing wartime leader’s personal and political life in the interactive this museum. Read More

ID No. 9

This is most famous for a real life drama: the execution of Charles I, which took place here in 1649 to the ‘dismal, universal groan’ of the crowd. On 30th January 1649, Charles I passed beneath the Rubens ceiling that he had commissioned to glorify the monarchy, and onto a scaffold where he was beheaded. Sir Peter Paul Rubens breath-taking canvases have survived flooding, fire and war. It is nothing short of a miracle that you can still enjoy them in their original setting, just as Kings, Queens and Courtiers have done for the past 400 years. Read More