National Trust, Historic Houses Association, English Heritage & Historic Scotland Properties

The HHA is an association of privately owned attractions. Missing are: some independent attractions which don't belong to the HHA, RHS Gardens, Historic Royal Palaces, and Northern Ireland government run properties.

Name Organisation Description
1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield EH For a memorable family day out in Sussex visit Battle Abbey, the site of the 1066 Battle of Hastings. An enjoyable way to discover more about the most famous date in English history.
2 Willow Road NT Innovative and influential Modernist home from 1939
575 Wandsworth Road NT An extraordinary home and an intriguing work of art
A la Ronde NT Quirky 18th-century, 16 sided house with fascinating interior decoration and collections
Abbotsbury Abbey Remains EH Part of a monastic building, perhaps the abbot’s lodging, of Benedictine Abbotsbury Abbey, Henry VIII ordered its destruction during the Dissolution in 1538. St Catherine's Chapel is nearby.
Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens HHA
Abbotsbury, St Catherine's Chapel EH Set high on a hilltop overlooking Abbotsbury Abbey, this sturdily buttressed and barrel-vaulted 14th-century chapel was built by monks as a place of pilgrimage and retreat.
Abbotsford HHA
Aberconwy House NT 14th-century merchant's house
Aberdour Castle and Gardens HS
Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall NT An Industrial Revolution, powered by water since 1584!
Abereiddi to Abermawr NT Blue Lagoon, beaches, rocks and ruins; this wild stretch of coastline is where industry and adventure combine. Dive right into the past and see how stone quarries have paved the way for thrill-seekers.
Abergwesyn Common NT A wild and ancient landscape with far-reaching views
Aberlemno Sculptured Stones HS
Abernethy Round Tower HS
Abertarff House NTS The oldest house in Inverness and important example of 16th-century domestic architecture
Abingdon County Hall Museum EH This splendid 17th century Baroque building housed a courtroom for assizes, raised on arches over a market space. It now houses the Abingdon Museum.
Abinger Roughs and Netley Park NT Hidden woods with ancient trees and flower-sprinkled grasslands, just off the North Downs and Pilgrims Ways
Acorn Bank NT Delightful garden renowned for its herbs and fruit orchards
Acton Burnell Castle EH Twice the home of parliaments, this red sandstone shell of a semi-fortified tower house was built between 1284-93 by Bishop Burnell, Edward I's Lord Chancellor.
Adlington Hall & Gardens HHA
Aira Force and Ullswater NT Aira Force is a showcase for the power and beauty of nature; it’s a place to escape the ordinary.
Aldborough Roman Site EH Roman mosaic pavements line the remains of this once northern tribal capital, set amid a peaceful Victorian garden.
Alderley Edge and Cheshire Countryside NT Dramatic red sandstone escarpment, with impressive views
Alexander Keiller Museum, Avebury EH The Stables Gallery houses one of the most important prehistoric archaeological collections in Britain, including many artefacts from the World Heritage Sites. Find out about Avebury stone circle.
Alfriston Clergy House NT The first building saved forever for the nation by the National Trust
Allan Bank and Grasmere NT The loveliest spot that man hath ever found
Allen Banks and Staward Gorge NT Gorge of the River Allen with ornamental and ancient woodland
Allerton Castle HHA
Alloa Tower NTS Large fortified tower boasts lavish interiors where kings and queens once wandered
Alnwick Castle HHA
Althorp HHA
Ambleside NT Family fun and adventure in the heart of the English Lake District
Ambleside Roman Fort EH The well-marked remains of a 2nd-century fort with large granaries, probably built under Hadrian's rule to guard the Roman road from Brougham to Ravenglass and act as a supply base.
Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill NT Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill
Antonine Wall: Bar Hill Fort HS
Antonine Wall: Bearsden Bath House HS
Antonine Wall: Castlecary HS
Antonine Wall: Croy Hill HS
Antonine Wall: Dullatur HS
Antonine Wall: Rough Castle HS
Antonine Wall: Seabegs Wood HS
Antonine Wall: Watling Lodge East and West HS
Antonine Wall: Westerwood to Castlecary HS
Antony NT 18th-Century house set within a magnificent landscape garden, still home to the Carew Pole family
Apethorpe Palace EH Stately Apethorpe Palace, owned by Elizabeth I, then favourite Royal residence for James I and Charles I, has one of the country's most complete Jacobean interiors.
Appuldurcombe House EH The shell of Appuldurcombe, once the grandest house on the Isle of Wight and still an important example of English baroque Architecture stands in 'Capability' Brown-designed grounds.
Apsley House EH Apsley House, home of the first Duke of Wellington and his descendants, stands right in the heart of London at Hyde Park Corner.
Arbor Low Stone Circle and Gib Hill Barrow EH The region's most important prehistoric site, Arbor Low is a Neolithic henge monument atmospherically set in high moorland. A circle of some 50 white limestone slabs within an earthen bank and ditch.
Arbroath Abbey HS
Arbury Hall HHA
Ardchattan Priory HS
Ardchattan Priory Gardens HHA
Ardclach Bell Tower HS
Ardestie Earth House HS
Ardington House HHA
Ardress House NT 17th-century house with elegant 18th-century decoration and a traditional farmyard
Arduaine Garden NTS Bold colours and fragrant scents bring an exotic touch to this Argyll coastal garden
Ardunie Roman Signal Station HS
Argyll’s Lodging HS
Arley Hall HHA
Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum NT Intriguing Regency house and impressive collection of horse-drawn vehicles, set in a picturesque garden
Arniston House HHA
Arnside and Silverdale NT A place to explore miles of coastal countryside from clifftops to woodland and wildflower meadows.
Arthur's Stone EH An atmospheric Neolithic burial chamber, made of great stone slabs in the hills above Herefordshire's Golden Valley.
Arundel Castle HHA
Ascott NT Half-timbered house originating from 1606, transformed by the Rothschilds in the late 19th century, containing superb collections.
Ashby de la Zouch Castle EH Ashby Castle forms the backdrop to the famous jousting scenes in Sir Walter Scott's classic novel of 1819, Ivanhoe. Now a ruin, the castle began as a manor house in the 12th century.
Ashclyst Forest NT Part of the Killerton estate and one of the largest woods in East Devon, with waymarked trails for exploring. A haven for butterflies, bluebells and birds.
Ashdown NT Unusual Dutch-style house on the Berkshire Downs
Ashleworth Tithe Barn NT 15th-century tithe barn
Ashridge HHA
Ashridge Estate NT Ancient trees, rolling chalk downlands and lush meadows in an area of outstanding natural beauty
Askham Hall HHA
Athelhampton House & Gardens HHA
Attingham Park NT An 18th-century mansion and estate shaped by a story of love and neglect
Attingham Park Estate: Cronkhill NT One of the first and finest examples of John Nash's Italianate villa designs
Attingham Park Estate: Town Walls Tower NT Shrewsbury's last remaining watchtower
Auchagallon Cairn HS
Auchindoun Castle HS
Auckland Castle HHA
Auckland Castle Deer House EH A charming Gothic Revival 'eyecatcher' built in 1760 in the park of the Bishops of Durham. It provided deer with shelter and food, and had grounds for picnics and rooms for enjoying the view.
Audley End House and Gardens EH One of England's finest country houses, Audley End is also a mansion with a difference. Enjoy a great day out.
Avebury NT Ancient stone circle, museum and manor house in the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site
Avington Park HHA
Aydon Castle EH One of the finest and most unaltered examples of a 13th-century English manor house, Aydon Castle stands in a secluded woodland setting.
Bachelors’ Club NTS Robert Burns learned to dance and debate in this authentically restored house.
Baconsthorpe Castle EH Visit the extensive ruins of Baconsthorpe Castle, a moated and fortified 15th century manor house, that are a testament to the rise and fall of a prominent Norfolk family, the Heydons.
Badbury NT Woodland with an Iron Age past
Baddesley Clinton NT Discover a secluded, intimate estate set in the heart of the Forest of Arden with 500 years of fascinating and unexpected stories
Baggy Point NT The impressive headland at Croyde with crashing waves and dramatic cliffs
Balladoole MANX
Ballindalloch Castle HHA
Ballowall Barrow EH In a spectacular cliff-edge position, this unique Bronze Age tomb had a long and complex history as a sacred site. Seen as excavated in 1878 by Cornish antiquarian William Borlase.
Balmacara Estate NTS With Skye on the horizon, this traditional Highland crofting estate offers a huge range of outdoor activities
Balmoral HHA
Balvaird Castle HS
Balvenie Castle HS
Bamburgh Castle HHA
Banks East Turret - Hadrian's Wall EH Imposing and well-preserved turret with adjoining stretches of Hadrian's Wall.
Bannockburn NTS Stand shoulder to shoulder with Robert the Bruce on the site of his greatest victory
Bant's Carn Burial Chamber and Halangy Down Ancient Village EH The remains of an ancient Iron Age village in a wonderfully scenic location.On the hill above stands a Bronze Age burial mound with entrance passage and inner chamber.
Barclodiad y Gawres Burial Chamber CADW An atmospheric tomb with rare examples of prehistoric art
Barnard Castle EH Set on a high rock, Barnard Castle takes it name from its 12th-century founder, Bernard de Balliol. It was later developed by the Beauchamp family and then passed into the hands of Richard III.
Barochan Cross HS
Barrington Court NT An atmospheric fragment of old Somerset: an empty Tudor manor house, beautifully restored in the 1920s, with farm buildings, abundant flowers and orchards.
Barry Mill NTS This working water-powered mill is a rare example of Scotland’s industrial heritage.
Barsalloch Fort HS
Basildon Park NT An estate saved from almost certain demolition and lovingly revived
Basingwerk Abbey CADW A medieval religious centre that’s still a place of pilgrimage
Bateman's NT Jacobean house, home of Rudyard Kipling
Bath Assembly Rooms NT Elegant public rooms at the heart of fashionable 18th-century Bath life
Bath Skyline NT Wide open space overlooking the World Heritage City of Bath
Bay Room Café MANX
Bayard's Cove Fort EH Picturesquely sited on the quayside at Darmouth, this Tudor artillery fort once contained heavy guns to protect the prosperous harbour town from attack.
Bayham Old Abbey EH Bayham Abbey makes a fascinating day out on the Kent Sussex border. The impressive ruins include much of the 13th to 15th-century church, the chapter house, and a picturesque 14th-century gatehouse.
Beatrix Potter Gallery and Hawkshead NT Beatrix Potter's original artwork on display in a 17th-century house
Beauly Priory HS
Beaumaris Castle CADW Fortress of near-perfect symmetry is an unfinished masterpiece
Beeston Castle and Woodland Park EH If you’re planning a family day out in Cheshire, then a visit to Beeston Castle in Tarporley fits the bill perfectly. This 'Castle of the Rock' is famous for its spectacular views.
Belas Knap Long Barrow EH A particularly fine example of a Neolithic long barrow of c.3800 BC, featuring a false entrance and side chambers. During excavations in the 1860s, the remains of 31 people were found in the chambers.
Belmont House HHA
Belmont Tower NT This landmark building, formerly Belmont Primary School, has a history dating back to the 1890s
Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens EH With so much to see and do, a trip to Belsay is one of the best value family days out in north-east England. Explore the medieval castle, the Grecian inspired Hall and acres of impressive gardens.
Belton House NT The perfect English country house?
Belvoir Castle HHA
Bembridge Fort and Downs NT An unrestored Victorian fort set on dramatic chalk cliffs and open downland with coastal views
Bembridge Windmill NT The only surviving windmill on the Isle of Wight
Bemersyde House HHA
Ben Lawers NTS Several of Scotland’s highest Munros, teeming with wildlife and much loved by walkers
Ben Lomond NTS Scotland’s most southerly Munro offers spectacular views of Loch Lomond.
Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens NT A place of reinvention; evolving gardens, changing art exhibitions and a country house story spanning over 300 years
Benington Lordship HHA
Benthall Hall NT A family home for 500 years
Benvarden HHA
Benwell Roman Temple - Hadrian's Wall EH The remains of a small temple to the native god 'Antenociticus', in the 'vicus' (civilian settlement) which stood outside Benwell fort.
Benwell Vallum Crossing EH A stone-built causeway, where the road from the south crossed the Vallum earthwork on its way to Benwell fort.
Berkeley Castle HHA
Berkhamsted Castle EH Visit the substantial remains of a strong and important motte and bailey castle dating from the 11th to 13th centuries, with surrounding walls, ditches and earthworks.
Berney Arms Windmill EH Visit one of Norfolk's best and largest extant marsh mills, built to grind a constituent of cement and in use until 1948, finally pumping water to drain surrounding marshland.
Berrington Hall NT Neo-classical mansion with fine interiors, set in landscape grounds
Berry Pomeroy Castle EH Tucked away in a steep wooded valley, Berry Pomeroy Castle is the perfect romantic ruin.
Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks and Main Guard EH Berwick Barracks was built in the early 18th century to the design of the distinguished architect Nicholas Hawksmoor, the Barracks was among the first in England to be purpose built.
Berwick-upon-Tweed Castle and Ramparts EH The remains of a medieval castle crucial to Anglo-Scottish warfare.
Bibury NT A row of tenanted 17th-century weavers' cottages and water meadow set in the Cotswold village of Bibury
Bickleigh Castle HHA
Biddulph Grange Garden NT A masterpiece of Victorian garden design - a quirky, playful paradise
Bideford Bay and Hartland NT Miles of unspoilt coastline that inspired Rudyard Kipling
Biggar Gasworks Museum HS
Binham Market Cross EH The tall shaft of a 15th century cross, on the site of an annual fair held from the 1100s until the 1950s.
Binham Priory EH Among the most complete and impressive monastic ruins in Norfolk of a Benedictine priory with a well-documented history.
Birdoswald Roman Fort - Hadrian's Wall EH Birdoswald Roman Fort is the perfect place to stop off on a family day out or if you're walking or cycling along Hadrian's Wall in Cumbria. Extensive remains of the Roman Fort can be explored.
Birling Gap and the Seven Sisters NT An ever changing landscape, where the South Downs meet the sea
Birmingham Back to Backs NT Carefully restored, atmospheric 19th-century courtyard of working people's houses
Bishop's Waltham Palace EH The ruins of a medieval palace (together with later additions) used by the Bishops and senior clergy of Winchester as they travelled through their diocese.
Bishop’s and Earl’s Palaces, Kirkwall HS
Black Carts Turret - Hadrian's Wall EH A 460-metre (1,509 feet) length of Hadrian's Wall including one turret. Please note: It is not possible for visitors to park here.
Black Down NT The highest point in the South Downs National Park
Black Hill Roman Camps HS
Black Middens Bastle House EH A fortified farmhouse with thick stone walls, of a type distinctive to the troubled 16th-century Anglo-Scottish borders. The living quarters were only accessible at first floor level.
Blackbury Camp EH An Iron Age hillfort in Devon with impressive ramparts, now surrounded by woodland.
Blackcap NT A classic downland experience with secret woodland glades
Blackfriars EH One of the most complete surviving Dominican friaries in England, later converted into a Tudor house and cloth factory. Notable features include the church and fine scissor-braced dormitory roof.
Blackfriars Chapel, St Andrews HS
Blackhammer Chambered Cairn HS
Blackness Castle HS
Blaenavon Ironworks CADW Giant of the industrial age still stands tall on the shoulders of its workers
Blair Castle & Gardens HHA
Blaise Hamlet NT Nine rustic cottages around a green
Blakeney Guildhall EH The remains of the house of a prosperous Blakeney merchant, with a fine 15th century brick-vaulted undercroft. Later the guildhall of Blakeney’s guild of fish merchants.
Blakeney National Nature Reserve NT Spectacular wildlife and uninterrupted views of beautiful coastline
Blenheim Palace Park HHA
Blickling Estate NT One day is never enough. Discover a complete Norfolk estate with something for everyone.
Boarstall Duck Decoy NT A rare survival of a seventeenth-century duck decoy
Boarstall Tower NT Fourteenth-century moated gatehouse and beautiful gardens
Bodiam Castle NT Archetypal 14th century moated castle with ruined interior - a glimpse of medieval splendour
Bodnant Garden NT A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees
Bodowyr Burial Chamber CADW Neolithic standing stones still shrouded in mystery
Bodrhyddan Hall HHA
Bolberry Down NT An easily accessible and wild stretch of coastline
Bolingbroke Castle EH The remains of a 13th-century hexagonal castle, birthplace in 1367 of the future King Henry IV, with adjacent earthworks. Besieged and taken by Cromwell's Parliamentarians in 1643.
Bolsover Castle EH 'By an unlikely miracle, the keep at Bolsover has survived into this century as an almost untouched expression in stone of the lost world of Elizabethan chivalry and romance.'
Bolsover Cundy House EH This charming cottage-like 17th-century conduit house, with vaulted stone-slab roof, once supplied water to Bolsover Castle.
Bolton Castle HHA
Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace HS
Bookham Commons NT Ancient commons, mentioned in the Domesday Book, with grassland plains, mighty oak woods and serene ponds
Borde Hill Garden HHA
Borrowdale and Derwent Water NT Spectacular and varied lakeland landscape around Derwent Water
Borthwood Copse NT Paths wind through ancient oak woodland with sunny glades
Boscastle NT A sheltered natural inlet with an unspoilt harbour village
Boscobel House and The Royal Oak EH Boscobel House and its Royal Oak tree became famous as hiding places of King Charles II after defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Visitors can also see the dairy, farmyard, smithy and gardens.
Bossington NT A peaceful coastal hamlet on the edge of the Holnicote estate, with distinctive thatched cottages.
Bosveal NT Tucked in wooded valleys and surprising views of the restful Helford River
Botallack NT On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and Poldark filming location.
Bothwell Castle HS
Boughton House HHA
Bourne Mill NT Picturesque watermill with working waterwheel
Bow Bridge EH This narrow 15th-century stone bridge across Mill Beck carried an old packhorse route to nearby Furness Abbey.
Bowes Castle EH The impressive ruins of Henry II's 12th-century keep, on the site of a Roman fort guarding the approach to strategic Stainmore Pass over the Pennines.
Bowhill House & Country Estate HHA
Bowood House & Gardens HHA
Box Hill NT Box Hill - so much to explore
Boxgrove Priory EH The guest house and other remains of a Benedictine priory: much of the fine 12th to 14th century monastic church survives as the parish church.
Bradford-on-Avon Tithe Barn EH A spectacular 14th century monastic stone barn, 51 metres (168 feet) long, with an amazing timber cruck roof. Originally a part of the medieval farmstead belonging to Shaftesbury Abbey.
Bradley NT Delightful medieval manor house, set in woodland and meadows
Braithwaite Hall NT 17th-century farmhouse in beautiful Coverdale
Bramall Hall HHA
Bramber Castle EH The remains of a Norman castle on the banks of the River Adur, founded by William de Braose soon after the Norman Conquest.
Bramham Park HHA
Brancaster Activity Centre NT The National Trust outdoor activity and learning Centre on the Norfolk Coast
Brancaster Estate NT Iconic coastline famous for its sandy beaches
Brancepeth Castle HHA
Brandsbutt Stone HS
Branklyn Garden NTS This enchanting hillside garden is a place of pilgrimage for plant lovers
Branscombe NT Tucked away in a valley that runs down to a beach on the famous Jurassic Coast, there is a timeless magic about this old village
Bransdale NT Surrounded by dramatic open moorland, Bransdale is a quiet green oasis characterised by a patchwork of farmland and drystone walls. Footpaths and a bridleway cross the valley bringing in walkers and cyclists, while a single narrow road circles the dale. The National Trust team works closely with tenants to keep this secluded valley unspoilt.
Bratton Camp and White Horse EH Below an Iron Age hillfort stands the Westbury White Horse. Cut into the hillside in 1778, it replaced an older horse, possibly commemorating King Alfred's nearby victory over the Vikings.
Breamore House HHA
Brean Down NT A natural pier with dramatic cliffs and Victorian fort
Brechin Castle HHA
Brechin Cathedral Round Tower HS
Brecon Beacons NT Featuring the iconic skyline of Pen y Fan, Corn Du and Cribyn
Brecon Gaer Roman Fort CADW Rural remains of a major military outpost
Bredon Barn NT Large medieval threshing barn
Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping NT Moorland nature reserve with unusual and unique rock formations
Bridge of Oich HS
Brimham Rocks NT Explore dramatic moorland rock formations
Brinkburn Priory EH The beautiful 12th century church of the Augustinian priory of Brinkburn survives completely roofed and restored, parts of the monastic buildings are incorporated into the adjacent manor house.
Broch of Gurness HS
Brockfield Hall HHA
Brockhampton NT Traditionally farmed estate and medieval manor house
Brodick Castle NTS Gardens, woodland, waterfalls and a castle packed with treasures make this a must-visit on Arran
Brodie Castle NTS Magnificent turreted castle with a playful garden and over 400 varieties of daffodil
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens EH Time really does stand still at Brodsworth Hall, one of the most unusual visitor attractions in South Yorkshire.
Bronllys Castle CADW Sturdy stone tower with a turbulent history
Brough Castle EH Starkly impressive Brough Castle stands on a ridge commanding strategic Stainmore Pass, on the site of a Roman fort.
Brough of Birsay HS
Brougham Castle EH In a picturesque setting beside the crossing of the River Eamont, Brougham Castle was founded in the early 13th century.
Broughton Castle HHA
Broughton House & Garden NTS The home of ‘Glasgow Boy’ Hornel sits in a Japanese-inspired garden and hosts an impressive collection of art
Broughty Castle HS
Brown and White Caterthuns HS
Brownsea Island NT Famous for red squirrels, wildlife and Scouting
Brownstone and Coleton Camp NT Rugged and captivating stretch of coast
Browsholme Hall HHA
Brunton Turret - Hadrian's Wall EH Wall section and a surviving piece of turret 2 1/2 metres (8.2 feet) high, built by men of the Twentieth Legion.
Bryn Celli Ddu Burial Chamber CADW Iconic Neolithic tomb with a celestial secret
Brynbella HHA
Bryntail Lead Mine Buildings CADW Peaceful remains of a busy industrial hub
Buckingham Chantry Chapel NT Fifteenth-century chapel, restored by Gilbert Scott in 1875
Buckland Abbey NT Discovery, tranquillity and history – an ancient gem in the Tavy Valley landscape
Budlake Old Post Office NT Old village Post Office
Bughtrig HHA
Buildwas Abbey EH The impressive ruins of this Cistercian abbey have an idyllic setting near the River Severn. Unaltered 12th century church and beautiful vaulted chapter house with tiled floor.
Burg NTS Golden eagles, red deer and otters inhabit this spectacular peninsula on the Isle of Mull.
Burgh Castle EH The imposing stone walls, with added towers for catapults, of a Roman 3rd century ‘Saxon Shore’ fort. Enjoy panoramic views over Breydon Water, into which the fourth wall long since collapsed.
Burghead Well HS
Burghley House HHA
Burleigh Castle HS
Burton Agnes Hall HHA
Burton Agnes Manor House EH A medieval manor house interior, with a rare and well preserved Norman undercroft and a 15th-century roof, all encased in brick during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Burton Bradstock NT Spectacular coastline with cliffs and miles of unspoilt beaches
Burton Constable Hall & Grounds HHA
Bury St Edmunds Abbey EH The extensive remains of one of the wealthiest and most powerful Benedictine monasteries in England, shrine of St Edmund.
Buscot Old Parsonage NT Early 18th-century riverside house with small garden
Buscot Park NT Late 18th-century house, set in enchanting landscaped grounds
Bushmead Priory EH Bushmead Priory is a rare survival of the complete refectory of an Augustinian priory, with a fine timber roof and notable 14th century wall paintings.
Buttermere Valley NT Tranquil area of dramatic fells, farms and woodland, encompassing three lakes
Byland Abbey EH Once one of the greatest monasteries in England, Byland Abbey inspired the design of church buildings throughout North.
Bywell Hall HHA
Cadbury Camp NT Iron Age hill fort on the ridge above the village of Tickenham in North Somerset
Cadhay HHA
Cadover Bridge NT Tranquil moorland by the River Plym with pools. Starting point for walks across open moors and tors, or ancient woodland
Cadzow Castle HS
Cae'r Gors CADW Childhood home of a literary heroine and showcase for a unique industrial landscape
Caer Gybi Roman Fortlet CADW Northern military outpost in a strategic coastal location
Caer Lêb CADW Prehistoric settlement with Roman and medieval connections
Caer y Twr CADW Iron Age settlement in a spectacular mountaintop location
Caerhays Castle & Gardens HHA
Caerlaverock Castle HS
Caerleon Amphitheatre CADW Blood-soaked Roman entertainment meets Arthurian myth
Caerleon Roman Fortress and Baths CADW The luxury and bloodshed of life in a Roman fortress
Caernarfon Castle CADW After all these years Caernarfon’s immense strength remains undimmed.
Caernarfon Town Walls CADW Caernarfon’s security blanket
Caerphilly Castle CADW Fear of a Welsh prince inspired the mightiest medieval castle in Wales
Caerwent Roman Town CADW A glimpse into a Romanised market town
Cairn Holy Chambered Cairns HS
Cairn o'Get HS
Cairnpapple Hill HS
Caister Roman Fort EH The partial excavated remains of a Roman ‘Saxon Shore’ fort, including wall and ditch sections and building foundations.
Calanais Standing Stones HS
Calf of Man MANX
Calke Abbey NT The un-stately home and country estate
Calshot Castle EH This picturesque castle set in Calshot, a coastal village in Southampton, Hampshire, England. This beautiful village provides a perfect relaxing family day out by the coast.
Calstone and Cherhill Downs NT Far-reaching views of rolling valleys and hills
Camber Castle EH Enjoy a family guided tour around this historic castle built by Henry VIII. Camber Castle lies between Rye and Winchelsea. The ruin of an unaltered artillery fort designed to guard the port of Rye.
Cambuskenneth Abbey HS
Canna NTS Thousands of years of human history share a Hebridean island with 20,000 breeding seabirds
Canons Ashby NT A tranquil Tudor manor house set in rare terraced gardens, with the 'antient' Dryden family at its heart
Cantlop Bridge EH Built in 1813, this innovative, single-span, cast-iron road bridge over the Cound Brook was possibly designed and certainly approved by the great engineer Thomas Telford.
Cape Cornwall NT The distinctive headland juts out into the ocean where two great bodies of water meet. Part of the Tin Coast and Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
Capel Garmon Burial Chamber CADW Neolithic burial chamber in an unexplained location
Capel Lligwy CADW Possibly all that’s left of a vanished community
Capesthorne Hall HHA
Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd NT Take a walk across the wildlife-rich heathland and enjoy the views across the Shropshire Hills, or simply play in the stream in the valley.
Cardoness Castle HS
Carew Cross CADW Celtic art, Cadw icon
Carisbrooke Castle EH Explore the castle at the heart of the Isle of Wight, steeped in history from the Norman Conquest to Charles I. Home to the famous Carisbrooke donkeys.
Carlisle Castle EH Carlisle Castle was a constantly updated working fortress until well within living memory. Now its rich and varied visitor attractions reflect its long and eventful history.
Carlungie Earth House HS
Carlyle's House NT The Chelsea home of a Victorian literary couple
Carn Ban HS
Carn Euny Ancient Village EH Among the preserved ancient villages in the South West, occupied from the Iron Age until late Roman times. It includes the foundations of stone houses, and an intriguing underground passage.
Carn Liath Broch HS
Carnasserie Castle HS
Carne and Pendower NT Two amazing sandy beaches on the Roseland peninsula
Carneddau and Glyderau NT Experience the wildest scenery that Snowdonia has to offer
Carnewas at Bedruthan NT Dramatic coastline with views over huge rock stacks
Carolside House & Gardens HHA
Carreg Cennen CADW Iconic ruin offers an unforgettably romantic experience
Carreg Coetan Arthur Burial Chamber CADW Neolithic tomb with links to Arthurian myth
Carrick-a-Rede NT Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge was first erected by salmon fishermen in 1755
Carsluith Castle HS
Carswell Medieval House CADW Through the keyhole of a modest medieval home
Cashtal yn Ard MANX
Castell Bryn Gwyn CADW Prehistoric site with an extensive history
Castell Coch CADW Fairytale castle was a plaything for the rich and powerful
Castell y Bere CADW Architectural ingenuity and natural advantages combine in a must-visit Welsh-built fortress
Casterne Hall HHA
Castle Acre Castle and Bailey Gate EH The delightful village of Castle Acre boasts an extraordinary wealth of history and is a very rare and complete survival of a Norman planned settlement.
Castle Acre: Castle Acre Priory EH This important Norfolk visitor attraction is one of the largest and best preserved monastic sites in England dating back to 1090.
Castle Campbell HS
Castle Coole NT Magnificent 18th-century mansion and landscape park
Castle Drogo NT Nothing is normal. Dramatic castle overlooking the Teign Gorge, undergoing a conservation project to make it watertight
Castle Fraser NTS One of Scotland’s largest tower houses, with an impressive portrait collection
Castle Hill Gardens HHA
Castle Howard HHA
Castle Rising Castle EH One of the largest, best preserved and most lavishly decorated keeps in England, surrounded by 20 acres of mighty earthworks.
Castle Rushen MANX
Castle Semple Collegiate Church HS
Castle Sween HS
Castle Ward NT Unique 18th-century mansion, famed for its mixture of architectural styles
Castle of Old Wick HS
Castlelaw Hill Fort HS
Castlerigg Stone Circle EH Castlerigg is perhaps the most atmospheric and dramatically sited of all British stone circles, with panoramic views and the mountains of Helvellyn and High Seat as a backdrop.
Cawdor Castle HHA
Cawfields Roman Wall - Hadrian's Wall EH A fine stretch of Hadrian's Wall on a steep slope, with turrets and an impressive milecastle, probably built by the Second Legion.
Cerne Giant NT Ancient naked figure sculpted into the chalk hillside above Cerne Abbas
Chapel Finian HS
Chapel Porth NT A wild but cosy beach, rich in heritage and legend
Chapter House and Pyx Chamber EH Built by the royal masons in 1250, the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey was originally used in the 13th century by Benedictine monks for their daily meetings.
Charlecote Park NT A Victorian home set in landscaped deer park
Chartwell NT Family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill
Chastleton House NT Discover the myths and memories of an ancient country house, a compelling time capsule of 400 years of family life
Chatsworth Gardens HHA
Chavenage House HHA
Chawton House HHA
Cheddar Gorge NT Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge
Chedworth Roman Villa NT Cradled in a beautiful Cotswold valley rest the remains of one of the grandest Roman villas in Britain
Chenies Manor House HHA
Chepstow Bulwarks Camp CADW Hidden remnants of an Iron Age fort
Chepstow Castle CADW The stones of this magnificent clifftop fortress trace 600 years of history
Chepstow Port Wall CADW Extensive remains of medieval town walls
Cherryburn NT Cottage and farmhouse, the birthplace of Thomas Bewick
Chester Castle: Agricola Tower and Castle Walls EH The original gateway to Chester Castle, this 12th-century tower houses a chapel with exceptionally fine wall-paintings of c. 1220, rediscovered in the 1980s.
Chester Roman Amphitheatre EH The largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain, used for entertainment and military training by the 20th Legion, based at the fortress of 'Deva' (Chester).
Chesters Bridge Abutment - Hadrian's Wall EH Close to Chesters Roman Fort are the remains of a bridge which carried Hadrian's Wall across the North Tyne. Visible on both river banks, they are most impressive on the eastern side.
Chesters Hill Fort HS
Chesters Roman Fort and Museum - Hadrian's Wall EH Built almost 2000 years ago to house a Roman army garrison guarding the nearby bridge across the River Tyne, Chesters Roman Fort is one of the most impressive visitor attractions in the North East.
Chichele College EH The gatehouse, chapel and other remains of a communal residence forpriests serving the parish church, founded by locally-born Archbishop Chichele before 1425. Regularly used to display works of art.
Chiddingstone Castle HHA
Chiddingstone Village NT One of the most beautiful and oldest villages in Kent
Chillerton Down NT An impressive flank of open downland
Chillingham Castle HHA
Chillington Hall HHA
Chilterns Countryside NT Rolling hills, distant views, chalk grassland, and acres of woodland to explore
Chipchase Castle HHA
Chirk Castle NT Magnificent medieval fortress of the Welsh Marches
Chisbury Chapel EH This pretty thatched and flintwalled 13th century chapel survived after the Reformation in 1547 by being used as a barn as part of Chisbury Farm.
Chiswick House and Gardens EH Chiswick House is a glorious example of 18th-century British architecture. The third Earl of Burlington, who designed this elegant Classical villa, drew inspiration from his 'grand tours' of Italy.
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens HHA
Christchurch Castle and Norman House EH The castle remains include parts of the keep and the 12th century riverside chamber block or Norman House, a very early example of domestic architecture including a rare Norman chimney.
Chysauster Ancient Village EH The houses line a 'village street', and each had an open central courtyard surrounded by a number of thatched rooms.
Cilgerran Castle CADW Spectacular castle that wasn’t quite as secure as the Normans hoped
Cirencester Amphitheatre EH The earthwork remains of one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain, built in the early 2nd century to serve the important city of Corinium, now Cirencester.
Cirencester Park HHA
Cissbury Ring NT The most historic hill on the South Downs
Clackmannan Tower HS
Claife Viewing Station and Windermere West Shore NT Colourful Viewing Station with endless lake views and waterside paths
Clandon Park NT Explore a remarkable ruin and see behind the scenes of one of the UK’s biggest heritage projects
Claremont Landscape Garden NT This grade 1 listed garden created by the great landscape designers of the 18th century charts the evolution of the English Landscape Garden
Clava Cairns HS
Claydon NT Splendid eighteenth-century English interiors in an idyllic country setting
Claydon Gardens HHA
Claypotts Castle HS
Cleddau Woodlands NT Follow the Cleddau waterway through tranquil, ancient woodland, expansive salt marsh and heritage-rich tidal creeks. Its journey from river to estuary is as peaceful and picturesque as they come.
Cleeve Abbey EH With possibly the finest cloister buildings in England, visitors can get a glimpse of monastic life 800 years ago. 15th century refectory with glorious angel roof and 13th century heraldic tiles.
Clent Hills NT A stunning countryside haven in the heart of the busy Midlands
Clevedon Court NT Outstanding 14th-century manor house and 18th-century terraced garden
Cley Hill NT Distinctive landmark rich in wildlife and archaeology with a tremendous panorama
Click Mill HS
Clickimin Broch HS
Clifford's Tower, York EH It’s the stunning view you get of the historic city of York that makes Clifford’s Tower one of the most popular attractions in Yorkshire.
Clifton Hall EH This 15th-century tower, sole surviving part of the manor house of the Wybergh family, was plundered by Jacobites in 1745 before the Battle of Clifton Moor, the last battle fought on English soil.
Cliveden NT Glorious gardens and woodlands overlooking the River Thames
Clouds Hill NT The rural retreat of T. E. Lawrence
Clumber Park NT Freedom to discover
Clun Castle EH 11th century Welsh Border castle with dramatic riverside location and extensive earthworks built to proclaim Norman dominance. Tall 13th century keep is unusually set on the side of its mound.
Clyston Mill NT A working watermill nestled by the River Clyst on the Killerton estate
Cnoc Freiceadain Long Cairns HS
Cobham Wood and Mausoleum NT Restored 18th-century mausoleum, set in peaceful wood pasture
Coity Castle CADW Romantic ruined castle, a storyboard in stone
Colby Woodland Garden NT Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. With an industrial past and a secret garden, it’s the perfect place for heritage hunting and natural play.
Colchester, St Botolph's Priory EH The remains of one of the first Augustinian priories in England, founded in c.1100 and an impressive example of early Norman architecture.
Coldrum Long Barrow NT Stunning views from the top of the barrow
Coleridge Cottage NT Home of Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Coleton Fishacre NT A 1920s country retreat complete with luxuriant garden by the sea
Compton Bay and Downs NT One of the Island's favourite beaches and biggest expanses of open downland
Compton Castle NT Dramatic fortified manor house and small formal garden
Conisbrough Castle EH Dramatically re-presented in May 2014 after a major HLF funded project, the keep of Conisbrough Castle is unique.
Conwy Castle CADW Magnificent medieval fortress still towers over town after 700 years
Conwy Suspension Bridge NT Elegant suspension bridge and toll-keeper's house
Conwy Town Walls CADW Walking the walls of a World Heritage Site
Coombe Conduit EH Coombe Conduit is made up of two small Tudor buildings connected by an underground passage.Water was once supplied to Hampton Court Palace via this tunnel.
Copt Hall Marshes NT Explore the beautiful Blackwater Estuary
Corbridge Roman Town - Hadrian's Wall EH Visitors to Corbridge can walk along the main street of this Roman garrison town, flanked by the remains of granaries, a fountain house, markets, workshops and temples.
Corehouse HHA
Corfe Castle NT Thousand-year-old royal castle shaped by warfare
Corgarff Castle HS
Cornwall House HHA
Corrieshalloch Gorge NTS Walk across the suspension bridge as the River Droma rushes through a mile-long box canyon below.
Corrimony Chambered Cairn HS
Corsham Court HHA
Corstorphine Dovecot HS
Cotehele NT Tudor house with superb collections, garden, quay and estate
Cotehele Mill NT Working Victorian watermill and workshops nestled in a wooded valley
Cottesbrooke Hall HHA
Coughton Court NT Coughton Court is an imposing Tudor house set in beautiful gardens with a collection of Catholic treasures
Coulter Motte Hill HS
Countess Pillar, Brougham EH A monument erected in 1656 by Lady Anne Clifford of nearby Brougham Castle, to commemorate her final parting here from her mother.
Cow Tower, Norwich EH One of the earliest purpose-built artillery blockhouses in England, this brick tower was built in c.1398-9 to command a strategic point in Norwich’s city defence.
Craflwyn and Beddgelert NT Unwind amongst the wooded foothills of Snowdon
Cragside NT Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland - the wonder of its age
Craigdarroch HHA
Craigievar Castle NTS A fairytale setting for a Scottish castle packed with history, armour and art
Craigmillar Castle HS
Craignethan Castle HS
Craigower NTS Panoramic views stretch out in all directions from the pine-clad summit of this Perthshire hill
Crantock Beach NT An expanse of golden sand, great for sandcastles and surfing
Crarae Garden NTS Tranquil woodland garden with Himalayan plants and tumbling waterfalls
Crathes Castle NTS Painted ceilings and family portraits adorn this turreted castle, set among sculpted yew trees and nature trails
Creake Abbey EH The ruined church of an Augustinian abbey, reduced in size after fire and plague.
Cregneash MANX
Cresselly House HHA
Criccieth Castle CADW Spectacular coastal castle built – and destroyed – by powerful Welsh princes
Crichton Castle HS
Crickley Hill NT Distinctive landmark rich in wildlife and archaeology with a tremendous panorama, jointly owned with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
Croft Castle and Parkland NT 1000 years of power, politics and pleasure in an intimate family home
Crom NT Romantic and tranquil landscape of islands, woodland and historical ruins
Cromwell's Castle EH The castle stands guarding the lovely anchorage between Bryher and Tresco and is one of the few surviving Cromwellian fortifications in Britain.
Cronk ny Merriu MANX
Crookston Castle HS
Croome NT Expect the unexpected. Incredible innovation, devastating loss, remarkable survival and magnificent restoration. All in one place
Cross Kirk, Peebles HS
Crossraguel Abbey HS
Croxden Abbey EH The impressive remains of an abbey of Cistercian 'white monks', including towering fragments of its 13th-century church, infirmary and 14th-century abbot's lodging.
Cubbie Roo's Castle and St Mary's Chapel HS
Cuckmere Valley NT Flower-rich chalk grassland with stunning views of the Cuckmere River
Cullerlie Stone Circle HS
Culloden NTS Powerfully emotive and atmospheric battlefield where the 1745 Jacobite Rising came to a tragic end
Culross NTS Step into the past along the cobbled streets of a picturesque village with its own ochre-coloured palace
Culross Abbey HS
Culsh Earth House HS
Culzean Castle NTS Robert Adam’s cliff-top masterpiece rises above a world of woods, beaches, secret follies and play parks
Cushendun NT Situated in the heart of the Glens of Antrim, Cushendun village is steeped in character and folklore
Cuween Hill Chambered Cairn HS
Cwmmau Farmhouse NT Superb early 17th-century 'black and white' farmhouse with stone-tiled roof and vernacular buildings
Cymer Abbey CADW An example of Cistercian influence in medieval Wales
Cùil Lodair NTS Làrach dhrùidhteach far an tàinig an t-Ar-a-mach Seumasach ann an 1745 gu crìch bhrònach
Dalemain Mansion & Historic Gardens HHA
Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery HS
Dalmeny House HHA
Dalton Castle NT 14th-century tower built to assert the authority of the Abbot of Furness Abbey
Danbury Commons and Blakes Wood NT Explore Essex's second largest area of common land
Darrow Wood NT Discover this hidden historical site in the midst of surrounding farmland
Dartmouth Castle EH Beautifully located fortresses on the edge of the river. For over 600 years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the Dart Estuary and the busy, vibrant port of Dartmouth.
Daws Castle EH Daws Castle is a clifftop fortress, which was founded by King Alfred to defend the people of Watchet against Viking attacks.
De Grey Mausoleum, Flitton EH Among the largest sepulchral chapels attached to any English church, this cruciform mausoleum houses a remarkable sequence of 17 sculpted and effigied monuments.
Deal Castle EH For a fascinating day out on the Kent coast then look no further than Deal Castle. Built by the order of King Henry VIII it is one of the finest Tudor artillery castles in England.
Deans Court HHA
Deddington Castle EH Extensive earthworks marking the site of an 11th century motte and bailey castle.
Deene Park HHA
Deer Abbey HS
Denbies Hillside NT Dramatic and stunning chalk escarpment with panoramic views
Denbigh Castle CADW Mighty fortress evokes the drama of medieval warfare
Denbigh Friary CADW Ruined religious settlement laid low by Henry VIII
Denbigh Town Walls CADW The first line of defence for Denbigh’s medieval castle
Denbigh, Leicester's Church CADW Remains of an ill-fated Elizabethan church
Denbigh, St Hilary's Chapel CADW Simple town church that welcomed a celebrity congregation
Denny Abbey and the Farmland Museum EH Denny Abbey has a unique and fascinating history still traceable in the building and interpreted for visitors by graphic panels.
Denton Hall Turret - Hadrian's Wall EH The foundations of a turret and a 65-metre (213 feet) length of Wall.
Dere Street Roman Road, Soutra HS
Derrymore House NT Late 18th-century thatched house in gentrified vernacular style
Derwen Churchyard Cross CADW Preaching cross with striking Christian carvings that has stood the test of time
Derwentcote Steel Furnace EH Built in the 1720s, Derwentcote is the earliest and most complete steel-making furnace in Britain. It produced high-grade steel for springs and cutting tools.
Deskford Church HS
Devil's Dyke NT A legendary beauty spot on the South Downs
Din Dryfol Burial Chamber CADW Burial site and time capsule from the Neolithic period
Din Lligwy Hut Group CADW Revealing late Roman settlement – but was it originally from the Iron Age?
Dinefwr NT National Nature Reserve, historic house and 18th-century landscape park, enclosing a medieval deer park
Dinefwr Castle CADW Much fought-over seat of the kingdom of Deheubarth
Dinton Park and Philipps House NT Enjoy far-reaching rolling parkland with tranquil views in the grounds of a Neo-Grecian house.
Dirleton Castle HS
Dirnanean HHA
Ditchling Beacon NT Panoramic views from the top of world
Divis and the Black Mountain NT Divis and the Black Mountain offer spectacular views across Northern Ireland
Doddington Hall & Gardens HHA
Dogton Stone HS
Dolaucothi Gold Mines NT Golden Days Out Come Rain or Shine!
Dolbadarn Castle CADW Welsh castle and solitary guardian of Snowdonia’s Llanberis Pass
Dolforwyn Castle CADW Ruined symbol of Welsh defiance
Dollar Glen NTS Deep gorges, cascading waterfalls and woodland walks in the Ochil Hills
Dolwyddelan Castle CADW Commanding Welsh stronghold in spectacular mountain setting
Donnington Castle EH The striking twin-towered 14th-century gatehouse of this castle, later the focus of a Civil War siege and battle, survives amid impressive earthworks.
Doon Hill HS
Dorfold Hall HHA
Dorney Court HHA
Dorneywood Garden NT 1930s-style garden, with herbaceous borders, cottage garden and lily pond
Doune Castle HS
Dover Castle EH High atop the iconic White Cliffs of Dover sits the most iconic of all English fortresses. From the mighty medieval keep to the labyrinth of secret wartime tunnels below, a family day out at Dover towers above all others.
Dover's Hill NT A natural amphitheatre on a spur of the Cotswolds, with views over the Vale of Evesham
Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House NT Visit this stunning landscape and beautiful gardens.
Downs Banks NT A little wilderness of woodlands and heath in the heart of the Midlands
Dr Jenner's House, Museum & Garden HHA
Drovers Estate NT Nestled in undulating hills, step back to a timeless rural life
Druchtag Motte HS
Drum Castle NTS Jacobite tales whisper through the medieval grand hall of this castle
Drumcoltran Tower HS
Drumlanrig Castle HHA
Drummond Castle HHA
Drumtroddan Cup and Ring Marked Rocks HS
Drumtroddan Standing Stones HS
Dryburgh Abbey HS
Dryslwyn Castle CADW Fragmentary – yet evocative – remains of a castle laid low by conflict
Duart Castle HHA
Duckpool NT A remote beach with rock pools overlooked by cliffs often carpeted with wild flowers.
Dudmaston NT An old family home shaped by modern tastes and culture
Duff House HS
Duffield Castle NT The remains of one of England's largest castles
Duffus Castle HS
Dumbarton Castle HS
Dumfries House HHA
Dun Beag Broch HS
Dun Carloway HS
Dun Dornaigil Broch HS
Dunblane Cathedral HS
Duncombe Park HHA
Dundonald Castle HS
Dundrennan Abbey HS
Dunfallandy Stone HS
Dunfermline Abbey and Palace HS
Dunglass Collegiate Church HS
Dunham Massey NT A garden for all seasons, an ancient deer park and a house filled with treasures and stories
Dunkeld NTS Picturesque town, full of restored houses, on the banks of the River Tay
Dunkeld Cathedral HS
Dunninald Castle & Gardens HHA
Dunnottar Castle HHA
Dunrobin Castle HHA
Dunsland NT A grand Parkland abundant in wildlife and with over 900 years of history
Dunstable Downs and the Whipsnade Estate NT Enjoy your day your way. Relax, exercise or play with spectacular views and a seemingly endless sky in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel HS
Dunstanburgh Castle NT Massive ruined castle in an impressive coastal setting
Dunster Butter Cross EH Transplanted stump of a medieval stone cross that was once a meeting place for people to bring and sell their own butter. Nearby attractions include Cleeve Abbey.
Dunster Castle NT An ancient castle and comfortable country home with dramatic vistas and subtropical gardens
Dunster Gallox Bridge EH This ancient stone bridge - originally 'gallows bridge'- once carried packhorses bringing fleeces to Dunster market and is evidence of Dunster's once important role in the wool trade.
Dunster Working Watermill NT Fully restored 18th-century working watermill
Dunster, Yarn Market EH Fine 17th century timber-framed octagonal market hall that is a monument to Dunster's once-flourishing cloth trade.
Dunvegan Castle & Gardens HHA
Dunwich Heath and Beach NT A precious landscape on the Suffolk coast
Dupath Well EH This charming well-house of around 1500 stands over an ancient spring, believed to cure whooping cough.
Durham Coast NT County Durham's coastline has emerged from a polluted industrial past to become a haven for wildlife
Duxford Chapel EH A modest but complete and attractive 14th-century chantry chapel, perhaps originally a hospital.
Dwarfie Stane HS
Dyce Symbol Stones HS
Dyffryn Ardudwy Burial Chamber CADW Neighbouring tombs built several generations apart
Dyffryn Gardens NT From forlorn to fabulous, an ambitious Edwardian garden revival
Dyfi Furnace CADW Perfectly-preserved example of Welsh industrial heritage in a sublime rural setting
Dymchurch Martello Tower EH This is one of a chain of ingeniously designed artillery towers built around the south and east coasts of England from 1805 to protect against the threat of invasion by Napoleon.
Dyrham Park NT Ancient deer park, 17th-century house and garden
Eagle Rock HS
Earl's Bu and Church, Orphir HS
Earl's Palace, Birsay HS
Eary Cushlin and Creggan Mooar MANX
Easby Abbey EH In a beautiful setting by the River Swale, Easby can be reached via a pleasant walk from Richmond Castle.
Eassie Sculptured Stone HS
East Aquhorthies Stone Circle HS
East Head NT Shifting sand dunes, salt marsh and flowing tides
East Pool Mine NT Impressive Cornish beam engines and industrial heritage discovery centre
East Riddlesden Hall NT Historic house and intimate gardens with lots of natural play areas for families to enjoy.
East Soar NT A coastline of dramatic cliffs, open farmland and hidden sandy coves
Eastbury Manor House NT Striking Elizabethan brick-built gentry house set in tranquil gardens
Eastnor Castle HHA
Easton Walled Gardens HHA
Edin's Hall Broch HS
Edinburgh Castle HS
Edlingham Castle EH The riverside ruins, principally the solar tower, of a manor house progressively fortified against the Scots during the 14th century.
Edmondsham House HHA
Edrom Church HS
Edvin Loach Old Church EH The ruins of an 11th century and later church built within the earthworks of a Norman motte and bailey castle, with a Victorian church nearby. The site of hundreds of years of worship.
Edzell Castle and Garden HS
Eggardon Hill NT Iron Age hill fort and downland with views across the Marshwood Vale to the coast
Egglestone Abbey EH The charming ruins of a small monastery of Premonstratensian 'white canons', picturesquely set above a bend in the River Tees near Barnard Castle.
Eileach an Naoimh HS
Eilean Mor HS
Elcho Castle HS
Eleanor Cross, Geddington EH In 1290 Eleanor of Castile, the beloved wife of Edward I and mother of his 14 children, died at Harby in Nottinghamshire.
Elgin Cathedral HS
Eliseg's Pillar CADW Unpicking the mysteries of this early Christian cross
Elizabeth Gaskell's House HHA
Elizabethan House Museum NT Delightful treasury of 16th-century domestic history
Elsham Hall Gardens & Country Park HHA
Eltham Palace and Gardens EH Once a favoured medieval palace and then a Tudor royal residence, Eltham Palace was transformed into a striking Art Deco mansion by eccentric millionaires Stephen and Viriginia Courtauld.
Elton Hall & Gardens HHA
Embleton and Newton Links NT Breathtaking stretch of silver sands surrounded by wildlife-rich dunes
Emery Walker's House HHA
Emmetts Garden NT Interesting hillside garden with year-round features
Englefield House HHA
Ennerdale NT Home of the Wild Ennerdale project with 30 miles of traffic-free paths
Erddig NT Explore a much-loved home, garden and estate filled with the stories of a family and their servants.
Eskdale and Duddon Valley NT Valleys of many delights
Etal Castle EH Etal was built in the mid-14th century by Robert Manners as a defence against Scots raiders, in a strategic position by a ford over the River Till.
Euston Hall HHA
Ewenny Priory CADW An unusually warlike religious settlement
Ewloe Castle CADW Native-built castle in an unconventional forest setting
Exmouth NT The western gateway to the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site
Eyam Hall HHA
Eynhallow Church HS
Eynsford Castle EH The substantial stone walls of a very early Norman 'enclosure castle', begun c.1085-7 and unusually little altered by later building works. This rare survival stands in an attractive village setting.
Failand NT Rolling countryside with small fields and woodlands divided by hedges and sunken lanes
Fair Isle NTS The most remote inhabited island in the UK, famed for its seabirds and fabulous knitwear
Fairfax House HHA
Fairfield HHA
Falkland Palace NTS A fine Renaissance palace with an extensive formal garden and one of Britain’s oldest tennis courts
Falls of Glomach NTS A breathtaking Highland waterfall cuts through Scotland’s wildest countryside
Farleigh Hungerford Castle EH Impressive 14th century castle with hidden treasures and sinister past. Chapel with rare medieval wall paintings and in the crypt, the best collection of human-shaped lead coffins in Britain.
Farnborough Hall NT Honey-coloured stone house with exquisite plasterwork and fine landscaped garden
Farne Islands NT Rocky islands, habitat for seals and many species of seabird
Farnham Castle Keep EH The impressive motte and shell keep of Farnham Castle, Surrey, founded in 1138 by Bishop Henry of Blois. An enjoyable day out within travelling distance of London.
Farringford HHA
Faversham Stone Chapel (Our Lady of Elverton) EH The ruins of the small Anglo-Saxon and medieval chapel of Stone-next-Faversham.
Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate NT Truly a hidden gem
Fell Foot NT Lakeshore park with stunning mountain views
Fenton House and Garden NT Handsome 17th-century house with walled garden
Fiddleford Manor EH The principal parts of a small stone manor house, probably begun about 1370 for William Latimer, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset. The hall and solar chamber display outstandingly fine timber roofs.
Figsbury Ring NT Neolithic and Iron Age site rich in wildlife, offering sweeping views of surrounding countryside
Finch Foundry NT The last working water-powered forge in England
Finchale Priory EH The very extensive remains of a 13th-century priory, founded on the site of a retired pirate's hermitage. Part of it later served as a holiday retreat for the monks of Durham Cathedral.
Fingle Bridge NT A calm spot over the River Teign with unspoilt woods
Firle Place HHA
Flatford NT Discover the views that John Constable painted
Flint Castle CADW The earliest and most unusual of Wales’s English-built castles
Floors Castle & Gardens HHA
Florence Court NT Beautiful 18th-century home set on a sustainable estate and gardens
Flowerdown Barrows EH Three Bronze Age burial mounds, once part of a much larger 'barrow cemetery', including two bowl barrows, and the largest and finest disc barrow in Hampshire.
Fontmell and Melbury Downs NT Open expanses of flowery downland and far-reaching views
Footprint NT A truly inspirational space
Forde Abbey HHA
Formby NT Glorious beach with dramatic sand dunes, surrounded by sweeping coastal pinewoods.
Fort Brockhurst EH One of a number of forts built in the 1850s and 1860s to protect Portsmouth and its harbour against a French invasion. Largely unaltered, the parade ground, gun ramps and moated keep can be viewed.
Fort Charlotte HS
Fort George HS
Fortrose Cathedral HS
Foulden Tithe Barn HS
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden NT Ancient abbey ruins and an awe-inspiring water garden at this World Heritage Site
Fowey Estuary NT Spectacular walks, secluded beaches and exceptional views
Fowlis Wester Sculptured Stone HS
Foxbury NT A blooming landscape of heathland restoration, open for special events which help people connect to nature
Framlingham Castle EH Framlingham Castle is a magnificent 12th century fortress with a long and colourful past which makes a fascinating family day out in Suffolk.
Frensham Little Pond NT Medieval bishops' fish pond in tranquil wildlife haven amidst precious heathland
Freshwater West and Gupton Farm NT A wild, sandy stretch adored by adventurous souls and nature lovers. Make the most of the coast, head inland for wildlife wows and sleep easy under the stars at our rustic farm campsite.
Furness Abbey EH The remains of an abbey founded by Stephen, later King of England, including much of the east end and west tower of the church, ornately decorated chapter house and cloister buildings.
Fursdon HHA
Fyne Court NT Explore a wild garden
Fyvie Castle NTS An imposing 800-year-old fortress, with Raeburn portraits on the walls and wildfowl in the loch
Gainsborough Old Hall EH A little-known gem, Gainsborough Old Hall is among the best-preserved medieval manor houses in England. Partly brick and timber-framed, and mainly later 15th century with Elizabethan additions.
Gainsborough's House HHA
Gainsthorpe Medieval Village EH A deserted medieval village, one of the best-preserved examples in England, clearly visible as a complex of grassy humps and bumps.
Gallery House HHA
Garrison Walls EH You can enjoy a two-hour walk alongside the ramparts of these defensive walls and earthworks, dating from the 16th to 18th centuries.
Gawthorpe Hall NT An Elizabethan gem in the heart of industrial Lancashire
Geilston Garden NTS A magical 200-year-old walled garden by the River Clyde with playground and floral mini-maze
George Inn NT Last remaining galleried inn in London
George Stephenson's Birthplace NT Birthplace of the world-famous railway engineer
Giant's Causeway NT In the footsteps of giants...
Gibside NT A Georgian landscape garden forged in an industrial past
Gisborough Priory EH The ruins of an Augustinian priory founded by the Bruce family, afterwards Kings of Scotland. They are dominated by the dramatic skeleton of the 14th-century church's east end.
Gladstone’s Land NTS One of the oldest buildings on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile boasts fascinating hand-painted Renaissance interiors
Glamis Castle HHA
Glasgow Cathedral HS
Glastonbury Tor NT Prominent hill overlooking the Isle of Avalon, Glastonbury and Somerset
Glastonbury Tribunal EH Fine, late 15th century stone townhouse, early Tudor façade and panelled interiors. Home to Glastonbury Lake Village Museum: discover life 2000 years ago when much of Somerset consisted of marshy sea.
Glemham Hall HHA
Glenarm Castle HHA
Glenbuchat Castle HS
Glencoe NTS Dramatic mountains, rare beauty and haunting history in the heart of the Highlands
Glendurgan Garden NT Stroll down through the peaceful, exotic and playful valley to a sheltered beach at the bottom.
Glenelg Brochs: Dun Telve and Dun Troddan HS
Glenfinnan Monument NTS Moving tribute to those who died fighting the Jacobite cause, framed by dramatic Highland scenery
Glenluce Abbey HS
Glenoe NT A beautiful waterfall nestling in the glens of Antrim
Glynde Place HHA
Goatfell NTS Admire stunning views and rugged mountain landscapes from the Isle of Arran’s highest point
Goddards House and Garden NT An intimate arts and crafts style family home and complementary garden rooms
Godinton House & Gardens HHA
Godolphin NT An ancient and atmospheric estate with a medieval garden and historic house
Godrevy NT A vast sandy beach, high cliffs and dramatic coves
Golden Cap NT Stunning coastline and England's only natural World Heritage Site
Goodnestone Park HHA
Goodrich Castle EH Goodrich stands majestically on a wooded hill commanding the passage of the River Wye into the picturesque valley of Symonds Yat.
Goodshaw Chapel EH English Heritage's only Nonconformist place of worship, this atmospheric Baptist chapel displays a complete set of box-pews, galleries and pulpit dating from c. 1742 to 1809.
Goodwood House HHA
Gordon Castle HHA
Gosford House HHA
Grain Earth House HS
Grange Barn NT 13th-century monastic barn
Grantham House NT Handsome town house, with architectural features from various eras and riverside walled garden
Gray's Printing Press NT 18th-century printing press
Great Chalfield Manor and Garden NT Charming 15th-century manor house with Arts and Crafts garden
Great Coxwell Barn NT 13th-century stone barn
Great Dixter House & Gardens HHA
Great Witcombe Roman Villa EH The remains of a large and luxurious villa built about AD 250, with a bathhouse complex, perhaps the shrine of a water spirit, and mosaics.
Great Yarmouth Row Houses and Greyfriars' Cloisters EH Enjoy a rare trip back in time at this Norfolk visitor attraction. The delightful Row Houses at Row 111 and the Old Merchant’s House are rare remnants of Great Yarmouth’s original distinctive ‘Rows’.
Greenbank Garden NTS An urban oasis with woodland walks and beautiful plants in all seasons, close to Glasgow’s Southside suburbs
Greenknowe Tower HS
Greenway NT Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'
Gregynog Hall HHA
Gresgarth Hall HHA
Grey Cairns of Camster HS
Grey Mare’s Tail NTS One of Scotland’s favourite waterfalls takes a spectacular 60m plunge into the valley below
Greyfriars EH Substantial remains of an early Tudor friary church of Franciscan 'grey friars' founded in 1231.
Greyfriars' House and Garden NT Late medieval merchant's house, rescued from demolition, in Worcester city centre
Greys Court NT A family home, delightful gardens and an idyllic setting
Grime's Graves - Prehistoric Flint Mine EH Grime’s Graves is a unique visitor attraction in Norfolk as the only Neolithic flint mine open to visitors in Britain.
Grimspound EH The best known of many Dartmoor prehistoric settlements, Grimspound dates from the late Bronze Age. The remains of 24 stone houses survive within a massive boundary wall.
Grimsthorpe Castle HHA
Grosmont Castle CADW Big on the border
Grove Conservatory MANX
Grove House HHA
Grove Museum of Victorian Life MANX
Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens NT A homely country house dated 1700 set in Victorian walled gardens at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds
Gunby Hall Estate: Monksthorpe Chapel NT Remote late 17th-century Baptist chapel
Gunwalloe NT A site of archaeological importance surrounded by dunes, beaches, a medieval church and a reedbed rich in wildlife.
Gwydir Uchaf Chapel CADW Look upwards to lift the spirits
HES Archives and Library HS
Hackness Martello Tower and Battery HS
Haddo House NTS An elegant and luxurious stately home designed by William Adam
Haddon Hall HHA
Hadleigh Castle EH The romantic ruins of a royal castle overlooking the Essex marshes. Hadleigh was begun in about 1215 by Hubert de Burgh, but extensively refortified by Edward III during the Hundred Years War.
Hadrian's Wall EH Hadrian’s Wall was the north-west frontier of the Roman empire for nearly 300 years. At 73 miles it marches across northern Britain from sea to sea. The most famous of all the frontiers of the Roman empire, Hadrian’s Wall was made a World Heritage Site in 1987.
Hadrian's Wall and Housesteads Fort NT Roman wall running through an often wild landscape
Hafoty Medieval House CADW From timber to stone
Hagley Hall HHA
Hailes Abbey NT 13th-century Cistercian abbey
Hailes Castle HS
Halecat HHA
Halesowen Abbey EH Remains of abbey founded by King John in the 13th century.
Halliggye Fogou EH Roofed and walled in stone, this complex of passages is the largest and best-preserved of several mysterious underground tunnels associated with Cornish Iron Age settlements.
Ham House and Garden NT A unique 17th-century treasure trove
Hambledon Hill NT Iron Age hill fort with far reaching views and spectacular wildflowers
Hanbury Hall and Gardens NT William and Mary-style country house, garden and park
Hardcastle Crags NT Beautiful wooded valley with 19th-century Gibson Mill at its heart
Hardknott Roman Fort EH This remote and dramatically-sited fort was founded under Hadrian's rule in the 2nd century.Well-marked remains include the headquarters building, commandant's house and bath house.
Hardwick NT An Elizabethan masterpiece
Hardwick Estate: Stainsby Mill NT A wonderful world of wheels and water
Hardwick Old Hall EH The remodelled family home of Bess of Hardwick, one of the richest and most remarkable women of Elizabethan England, stands beside the New Hall she raised later in the 1590s.
Hardwicke Court HHA
Hardy Monument NT Monument to Vice-Admiral Hardy
Hardy's Cottage NT Evocative cob and thatch cottage - birthplace of Thomas Hardy
Hare Hill NT A tranquil wooded garden, surrounded by historic parkland, with a delightful walled garden at its heart.
Hare Hill - Hadrian's Wall EH A short length of Wall, still standing 2.7 metres (8.8 feet) high.
Haresfield Beacon and Standish Wood NT A superb Cotswold landscape of mixed woodland and open grassland with extensive views
Harewood House HHA
Harewoods NT Hidden woodlands, lush green meadows, tranquil ponds and an ancient common
Harlech Castle CADW None of Edward I’s mighty coastal fortresses has a more spectacular setting
Harmondsworth Barn EH This Grade I listed oak-framed medieval barn ranks alongside the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace for its exceptional architectural and historic interest.
Harmony Garden NTS Discover peace among manicured lawns and scented borders with views across Melrose Abbey
Harrows Scar Milecastle and Wall - Hadrian's Wall EH A mile-long section of the Wall, rebuilt in stone later in Hadrian's reign. It is linked to Birdoswald Roman Fort.
Harry's Walls EH An unfinished artillery fort, built above St Mary's Pool harbour in 1552-53.
Harting Down NT Dramatic hill-top views and secluded valleys, with abundant wild flowers
Hartland Abbey HHA
Hartsheath HHA
Harvington Hall HHA
Hatchlands Park NT Stretches of sweeping parkland sheltering a classic country house
Hatfield Earthworks (Marden Henge) EH The earthworks of a Neolithic henge and monumental mound, by a loop in the River Avon. Recent archaeological find of building equivalent to a priest’s quarters.
Hatfield Forest NT Ancient royal hunting forest
Haughmond Abbey EH Extensive remains of Augustinian abbey, including abbots' quarters, refectory & cloister. Chapter house frontage with 12th & 14th century carving & statuary, timber roof c.1500. Displays, picnic area.
Haverfordwest Priory CADW Religious men with green fingers
Hawford Dovecote NT 16th-century half-timbered dovecote
Hawksmoor NT Discover Staffordshire's secret woodlands
Headley Heath NT A wonderful mix of open heathland, woodland and chalk downland
Heale House Gardens HHA
Heddon Valley NT Towering cliffs, coves and a wooded valley within Exmoor National Park
Heddon on the Wall Hadrian's Wall EH A consolidated stretch of Wall, up to 2 metres (6.6 feet) thick in places.
Hedingham Castle HHA
Heelis NT Central office for the National Trust.
Helmingham Hall Gardens HHA
Helmsley Castle EH Unlock 900 years of life at Helmsley Castle, an essential site for any visitor to the market town of Helmsley in the North York Moors National Park.
Hembury and Holne Woods NT Lichen-clad, ancient oak woodland valleys following the River Dart
Hen Gwrt Moated Site CADW A well-preserved moat protecting a vanished manor
Hergest Croft Gardens HHA
Heritage Cottage CADW A terraced time capsule
Hermitage Castle HS
Hestercombe Gardens HHA
Hever Castle HHA
Heysham Coast NT Beautiful sandstone headland renowned for its eighth-century chapel and rock hewn graves; a wonderful urban green space
Hidcote NT Arts and Crafts-inspired garden with intricately designed outdoor spaces in the rolling Cotswold hills.
High Beeches Woodland & Water Garden HHA
Highclere Castle HHA
Highcliffe Castle HHA
Hill Hall EH This fine Elizabethan mansion features some of the earliest external Renaissance architectural detail in the country.
Hill Top NT Beatrix Potter's 17th-century farmhouse: a time-capsule of her life
Hill o'Many Stanes HS
Hill of Tarvit Mansion NTS Work, rest and play ‘above’ and ‘below’ stairs in this Edwardian mansion with its own unique golf course
Hilton of Cadboll Chapel HS
Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl NT Spectacular views and walks in the Surrey Hills countryside
Hindringham Hall HHA
Hinton Ampner NT Elegant country house with highly distinctive gardens
Hob Hurst's House EH A square prehistoric burial mound with an earthwork ditch and outer bank. Named after a local goblin.
Hod Hill NT Dorset's largest hill fort renowned for its downland wildlife
Hodnet Hall Gardens HHA
Hoghton Tower HHA
Holdenby House HHA
Holker Hall & Gardens HHA
Holkham Hall HHA
Holm of Papa Westray Chambered Cairn HS
Holme Pierrepont Hall HHA
Holmwood NTS Classical elegance and architectural tricks distinguish Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson’s finest domestic creation
Holmwood Common NT Ancient common once owned by King Harold and William the Conqueror
Holnicote Estate NT Varied landscape of moorland, woods, farms and coast, rich in wildlife
Holyhead Mountain Hut Circles CADW A farming community from the past
Holyrood Abbey HS
Holyrood Park HS
Holywell NT A classic north Cornish beach with a sweep of golden sand and a towering dune system
Home of Charles Darwin - Down House EH Down House is a site of outstanding international significance. Here the famous scientist Charles Darwin lived with his family for forty years and worked on his revolutionary theories.
Hook Norton Brewery HHA
Hopetoun House HHA
Horne's Place Chapel EH A rare survival of a fine domestic chapel, built for William Horne in 1366 and attached to his timber-framed manor house, which was attacked during the Peasants' Revolt of 1381.
Horner Wood NT One of the largest and most beautiful ancient oak woods in Britain, a National nature Reserve nestled on the Holnicote estate.
Horsey Windpump NT An iconic Norfolk Broads landmark
Horton Court NT A manor house built from the remains of a Norman hall, now open as a holiday cottage
Houghton Hall & Gardens HHA
Houghton House EH Houghton House today is the shell of a 17th century mansion commanding magnificent views, reputedly the inspiration for the ‘House Beautiful’ in John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.
Houghton Lodge Gardens HHA
Houghton Mill and Waterclose Meadows NT Impressive working 18th-century watermill and campsite
Hound Tor Deserted Medieval Village EH The remains of four 13th century stone farmsteads, on land originally farmed in the Bronze Age. This isolated Dartmoor hamlet was probably abandoned in the early 15th century.
House of Dun NTS William Adam’s Georgian house places Baroque extravagance in a spectacular natural setting
House of Manannan MANX
House of Pitmuies HHA
House of the Binns NTS Family portraits and furnishings from the heart of Scottish history grace the home of the Dalyells
Housesteads Roman Fort - Hadrian's Wall EH A fascinating tourist attraction in North East England, Housesteads is the most complete Roman fort in Britain. Set where Hadrian's Wall climbs to the top of a dramatic escarpment.
Hoveton Hall Gardens HHA
Hovingham Hall HHA
Howden Minster EH The elaborately decorated ruins of a 14th-century chancel and chapter house (viewable only from the outside), attached to the still operational cathedral-like minster church.
Hugh Miller’s Birthplace NTS Humble abode of inspirational geologist, folklorist and fossil hunter with a Garden of Wonders.
Hughenden NT Country home of the Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli
Huntingtower Castle HS
Huntly Castle HS
Hurlers Stone Circles EH Three fine late Neolithic or early Bronze Age stone circles arranged in a line, a grouping unique in England.
Hurst Castle EH Hurst Castle provides a remote escape by the sea with plenty of things to do and see! Built by Henry VIII; one of the most advanced artillery fortresses in England.
Hutton-in-the-Forest HHA
Hydon's Ball and Heath NT Memorial to Octavia Hill overlooking the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Hylton Castle EH The distinctive and highly decorative gatehouse-tower of a castle built by the wealthy Sir William Hylton, shortly before 1400. Originally containing four floors of self-contained family.
Ickworth NT An Italianate Palace in the heart of Suffolk
Iford Manor: The Peto Garden HHA
Ightham Mote NT Outstanding 14th-century moated manor house
Ilam Park, Dovedale and the White Peak NT White Peak Estate, including Ilam Park, Dovedale and Hamps and Manifold Valleys
Inchcolm Abbey HS
Inchkenneth Chapel HS
Inchmahome Priory HS
Ingatestone Hall HHA
Innerpeffray Chapel HS
Innisidgen Lower and Upper Burial Chambers EH Two Bronze Age communal burial cairns of Scillonian type, with fine views. The upper cairn is the best preserved on the islands.
Inveraray Castle & Gardens HHA
Inveresk Lodge Garden NTS Peaceful hillside garden and pond tucked away in a charming village
Inverewe NTS Rare species thrive in this heritage garden as the effects of the Gulf Stream meet the Highlands.
Inverlochy Castle HS
Iona NTS Cradle of Scottish Christianity, surrounded by white sandy beaches and turquoise seas
Iona Abbey and Nunnery HS
Iron Bridge EH The world’s first iron bridge was erected over the River Severn here in 1779 by Abraham Darby III. Costing over £6000, the bridge was cast in his Coalbrookdale foundry, using 378 tons of iron.
Isel Hall HHA
Islandmagee NT A haven on the east coast of County Antrim
Isleham Priory Church EH Isleham Priory Church is the best example in England of a small Norman Benedictine priory church, surviving in a surprisingly unaltered state despite later conversion into a barn.
J M Barrie’s Birthplace NTS The world-famous creator of Peter Pan was born in this traditional weaver’s house.
J. W. Evans Silver Factory EH Established in 1881, J. W. Evans is one of the most complete surviving historic factories in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.
Jarlshof Prehistoric and Norse Settlement HS
Jedburgh Abbey HS
Jewel Tower EH The Jewel Tower, or 'King's Privy Wardrobe', was built c.1365 to house Edward III's treasures.
Jewry Wall EH A length of Roman bath-house wall over 9 metres (30 feet) high, near a museum displaying the archaeology of Leicester and its region.
Jordan Hill Roman Temple EH The foundations of a 4th century Romano-Celtic temple with fine coastal views.
Kedleston Hall NT Spectacular 18th-century mansion with Adam interiors and parkland
Keills Chapel and Cross HS
Kelburn Castle & Estate HHA
Keld Chapel NT Remote medieval chapel
Kelham Hall HHA
Kellie Castle NTS Victorian style comes to the fore in fine artworks, ornate plasterwork and an Arts & Crafts garden
Kelmarsh Hall HHA
Kelmscott Manor HHA
Kelso Abbey HS
Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden EH Once home to Robert Dudley, the great love of Queen Elizabeth I. Today you can walk in the beautifully recreated Elizabethan garden and scale the heights of the tower built to woo the Queen.
Kentwell Hall HHA
Kenwood EH This outstanding house beside Hampstead Heath was remodelled by Robert Adam between 1764 and 1779. He transformed the original brick building into a majestic villa for the great judge, Lord Mansfield.
Kidwelly Castle CADW Norman stronghold is a match for the greatest castles of Wales
Kiftsgate Court Gardens HHA
Kilberry Sculptured Stones HS
Kilchurn Castle HS
Kildalton Cross HS
Kildrummy Castle HS
Killerton NT A family home and a great estate. Glorious landscape garden surrounded by parkland with fine 18th-century house
Killiecrankie NTS Magnificent wooded river gorge where one of the goriest battles in Jacobite history took place
Kilmartin Glen: Achnabreck Rock Art HS
Kilmartin Glen: Ballygowan Rock Art HS
Kilmartin Glen: Baluachraig Rock Art HS
Kilmartin Glen: Cairnbaan Rock Art HS
Kilmartin Glen: Dunadd Fort HS
Kilmartin Glen: Dunchraigaig Cairn HS
Kilmartin Glen: Glebe Cairn HS
Kilmartin Glen: Kilmartin Stones HS
Kilmartin Glen: Kilmichael Glassary Rock Art HS
Kilmartin Glen: Nether Largie Mid Cairn HS
Kilmartin Glen: Nether Largie North Cairn HS
Kilmartin Glen: Nether Largie South Cairn HS
Kilmartin Glen: Ri Cruin Cairn HS
Kilmartin Glen: Temple Wood Stone Circle HS
Kilmodan Sculptured Stones HS
Kilmory Knap Chapel HS
Kilpatrick Dun HS
Kilwinning Abbey HS
Kinder, Edale and the Dark Peak NT Heather-clad moors of Kinder to the gritstone tors of Derwent Edge
King Arthur's Round Table EH A Neolithic earthwork henge, dating from c. 2000 BC, but much later believed to be King Arthur's jousting arena. Mayburgh Henge is adjacent.
King Charles's Castle EH The ruins of a mid 16th century coastal artillery fort, later garrisoned - hence the name - by Civil War Royalists.
King Doniert's Stone EH Two richly carved pieces of a 9th century 'Celtic' cross, with an inscription commemorating Dumgarth, British King of Dumnonia, who drowned in c. AD 875.
King James's and Landport Gates, Portsmouth EH Two ornamental gateways, once part of Portsmouth's defences. King James's Gate (of 1687) has been moved, but Landport Gate (1760), remains in it's original position.
King John's Hunting Lodge NT Wool-merchant's house of circa 1500
King's Head NT Historic ancient coaching inn in the heart of Aylesbury
King's Knot HS
Kingston Bagpuize House HHA
Kingston Lacy NT A lavish family home re-imagined as a Venetian Palace in the rural Dorset countryside.
Kingston Russell Stone Circle EH A late Neolithic or early Bronze Age circle of 18 fallen stones, on a hilltop overlooking Abbotsbury and the sea.
Kingswood Abbey Gatehouse EH This 16th century gatehouse, one of the latest monastic buildings in England, displays a richly sculpted mullioned window. It is the sole survivor of this Cistercian abbey.
Kinkell Church HS
Kinnaird Head Castle Lighthouse and the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses HS
Kinneil House HS
Kintail NTS Exceptional and remote mountain scenery with lochs, glens and the magnificent ridge of the Five Sisters
Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses NT High sandstone ridge and hill fort overlooking dramatic red sandstone rock houses
Kinwarton Dovecote NT Circular 14th-century dovecote
Kiplin Hall HHA
Kirby Hall EH Kirby Hall is one of England's greatest Elizabethan and 17th-century houses. Begun by Sir Humphrey Stafford, it was purchased by Sir Christopher Hatton, one of Queen Elizabeth's 'comely young men'.
Kirby Muxloe Castle EH The picturesque moated remains - including the fine gatehouse and a complete corner tower - of this brick-built fortified mansion have recently been extensively conserved by English Heritage.
Kirkham House, Paignton EH This late medieval stone house, afterwards split into three cottages was restored in the 1960s.
Kirkham Priory EH Beautifully placed between the city of York and the town of Malton, the riverside ruins of Kirkham Priory are set in the beautiful Derwent valley near the Yorkshire Wolds.
Kirklinton Hall & Gardens HHA
Kirkmadrine Stones HS
Kisimul Castle HS
Kit's Coty House and Little Kit's Coty House EH The remains of two megalithic 'dolmen' burial chambers. Impressive Kit's Coty has three uprights and a massive capstone: Little Kit's Coty, alias the Countless Stones, is now a jumble of sarsens.
Knap of Howar HS
Knebworth House, Park & Gardens HHA
Knights Templar Church, Dover EH The foundations of a small medieval church, traditionally said to have been the site of King John's submission to the Papal Legate in 1213.
Knightshayes NT Discover Knightshayes - a great post-war garden, 19th-century parkland and grand Gothic Revival architecture by Victorian visionary William Burges.
Knocknagael Boar Stone HS
Knole NT Be part of a 400 year history of visiting Knole
Knowe of Yarso Chambered Cairn HS
Knowles Mill NT Preserved derelict mill on the Dowles Brook in the Wyre Forest
Knowlton Church and Earthworks EH The siting of this ruined medieval church at the centre of a Neolithic ritual henge earthwork symbolises the transition from pagan to Christian worship and creates an atmospheric scene.
Kynance Cove NT A tidal beach for the adventurous, famous for its white sand, turquoise sea and rock stacks. Very busy in the summer holidays.
Kyson Hill NT Escape from it all at Kyson Hill
Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village NT Country house with monastic roots, once home to William Henry Fox Talbot, inventor of the photographic negative
Laggangairn Standing Stones HS
Lamb House NT Georgian house with literary associations
Lambert's and Coney's Castle NT Walk in the footsteps of previous generations along these ancient hill forts
Lamphey Bishop's Palace CADW A bishop’s tipple
Lamport Hall HHA
Landguard Fort EH Landguard Fort is the site of the last opposed seaborne invasion of England in 1667 and the first land battle of the Royal Marines.
Lanercost Priory EH The beautiful and now tranquil setting of Augustinian Lanercost Priory belies an often troubled history.
Langley Chapel EH A small chapel tranquilly set all alone in charming countryside. Its atmospheric interior contains a perfect set of 17th-century timber furnishings, including a musicians' pew.
Lanhydrock NT Magnificent late Victorian country house with garden and wooded estate
Lanlay NT A landscape untouched by a generation of progress
Lansallos NT Stretch your legs in a living Cornish landscape
Lantic Bay NT Large shingly beach on a beautiful bay, great spot for paddling and picnicking, well worth the climb back up.
Lantivet Bay NT Coastal walks, wide open views and hidden coves
Lauderdale Aisle, St Mary's Church HS
Laugharne Castle CADW Mighty medieval castle, Tudor mansion and poet’s hideout
Launceston Castle EH Launceston Castle dominates the surrounding landscape. Begun soon after the Norman Conquest, unusual in that during rebuilding one tower was constructed with the remains of the older.
Lavenham Guildhall NT One of the most spectacular timber framed buildings of medieval England at the heart of village life
Lavington Common NT A rare pocket of open heath amongst plantation woodland
Lawrence House NT Beautiful Georgian town house
Layer Marney Tower HHA
Leahill Turret and Piper Sike Turret - Hadrian's Wall EH Turrets west of Birdoswald: Piper Sike has a cooking-hearth.
Leigh Court Barn EH An outstanding display of English medieval carpentry, this mighty timber-framed barn is the largest cruck structure in Britain.
Leigh Woods NT A wilderness of tranquility set against Brunel's famous suspension bridge
Leighton Hall HHA
Leiston Abbey EH The mainly 14th century remains of an abbey of Premonstratensian canons. Among Suffolk’s most impressive monastic ruins, with some spectacular architectural features.
Leith Hall NTS Quirky historic home filled with curios from all over the world
Leith Hill Place NT Beauty and genius in the Surrey Hills
Leith Hill Tower and Countryside NT Come and explore the trails through woodland, heathland, and farmland before climbing to the top of the majestic Leith Hill Tower.
Lennoxlove HHA
Letocetum Roman Baths and Museum NT Excavated Roman bathhouse, other remains and museum
Levant Mine and Beam Engine NT High-up on the exposed cliffs of the 'Tin Coast' and part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. At its heart, the restored 1840s beam engine running on steam.
Levens Hall HHA
Lewesdon Hill NT The highest point in Dorset with views between the trees over Devon, Somerset and out to sea
Lexden Earthworks and Bluebottle Grove EH The banks and ditches of a series of late Iron Age defences protecting the western side of Camulodunum – pre-Roman Colchester.
Lilleshall Abbey EH Extensive ruins of an Augustinian abbey, later a Civil War stronghold, in a deeply rural setting.
Limnerslease HHA
Limpsfield Common NT Ancient common on the Greensand Ridge where time comes home to sleep
Lincluden Collegiate Church HS
Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace EH Standing almost in the shadow of Lincoln cathedral, with sweeping views over the ancient city and the countryside beyond.
Lindisfarne Castle NT A year of stories, discoveries and contradictions in a castle (that’s not a castle), on an island (that’s not an island).
Lindisfarne Priory EH Lindisfarne Priory sits on Holy Island and is a great family day out in Northumberland. Reached by causeway at low tide, the peaceful atmosphere and beautiful views make a visit well worth the effort.
Lindsay Burial Aisle HS
Lindsey St James's Chapel EH A pretty thatched 13th century chapel with lancet windows.
Links of Noltland HS
Linlithgow Palace HS
Linn of Tummel NTS Charming riverside walk in the heart of Big Tree Country
Lisnabreeny NT A picturesque walk from wooded glen to hilltop rath
Little Clarendon NT Late 15th-century stone house and chapel
Little Dartmouth NT A gentle coastal landscape west of Dartmouth with wonderful views, wild flowers and the ruins of a Civil War encampment
Little Malvern Court HHA
Little Moreton Hall NT Iconic Tudor Manor House
Lizard Point NT Dramatic cliffs shaped by the Atlantic. The Lizard features white beaches, turquoise seas and unique nature.
Llanbedrog Beach NT A sheltered sandy beach with colourful beach huts overlooking Cardigan Bay.
Llanerchaeron NT An elegant Georgian villa, set in the wooded Aeron valley. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years, this self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake
Llangar Old Parish Church CADW The writing’s on the wall
Llanmelin Wood Hillfort CADW Who lived here?
Llansteffan Castle CADW A prime piece of real estate
Llanthony Priory CADW A timeless treasure
Llawhaden Castle CADW Forgotten castle-cum-mansion that stays in the memory
Lligwy Burial Chamber CADW A true heavyweight
Loanhead Stone Circle HS
Loch Doon Castle HS
Lochleven Castle HS
Lochmaben Castle HS
Lochranza Castle HS
Lockeridge Dene and Piggledene NT Streams of lichen-rich sarsen stones
Lodge Park and Sherborne Park Estate NT England's only surviving 17th-century grandstand, within a tranquil Cotswold estate full of diverse wildlife
London Wall EH This is the best-preserved remnant of the Roman wall which once formed part of the eastern defences of Roman Londinium.
Long Crendon Courthouse NT Medieval courthouse
Longleat House HHA
Longner Hall HHA
Longshaw, Burbage and the Eastern Moors NT Excellent walking country with ancient woods and tumbling streams
Longthorpe Tower EH Longthorpe Tower displays one of the most complete and important sets of 14th century domestic wall paintings in northern Europe.
Longtown Castle EH A powerful thick-walled round keep of c.1150 on a large earthen mound within a stone-walled bailey. Set in the beautiful Olchon valley, with magnificent views of the Black Mountains.
Loseley Park HHA
Loughor Castle CADW Thou shalt not cross
Loughwood Meeting House NT Atmospheric 17th-century thatched Baptist meeting house
Lowther Castle HHA
Ludgershall Castle and Cross EH The ruins and earthworks of a royal castle dating mainly from the 12th and 13th centuries, frequently used as a hunting lodge. The remains of the medieval cross stand in the centre of the village.
Ludshott Commons NT One of the largest remaining areas of heathland in East Hampshire
Lullingstone Castle HHA
Lullingstone Roman Villa EH Among the most outstanding Roman villa survivals in Britain, Lullingstone provides a unique all weather family day out. See fascinating Roman artifacts and enjoy a specially commissioned light show.
Lulworth Castle HHA
Lundy NT Unspoilt island, home to a fascinating array of wildlife amidst dramatic scenery
Lyddington Bede House EH Set beside the church of a picturesque ironstone village, Lyddington Bede House originated as the late medieval wing of a palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln.
Lydford Castle and Saxon Town EH Beautifully sited on the fringe of Dartmoor, Lydford boasts three defensive features. Near the centre is a 13th-century tower on a mound, built as a prison.
Lydford Gorge NT The deepest river gorge in the South West, with 30m high waterfall
Lydiard House HHA
Lyme NT Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park
Lytes Cary Manor NT Intimate manor house with Arts and Crafts-style garden
Lytham Hall HHA
Lyveden NT Intriguing Elizabethan lodge and moated garden
MacLean's Cross HS
MacLellan’s Castle HS
Machrie Moor Standing Stones HS
Maen Achwyfan Cross CADW The art of the Vikings
Maeshowe Chambered Cairn HS
Maiden Castle EH Among the largest and most complex of Iron Age hillforts in Europe, Maiden Castle’s huge multiple ramparts enclose an area the size of 50 football pitches and once protected hundreds of residents.
Maiden Stone HS
Maidenhead and Cookham Commons NT An historic landscape full of natural beauty
Maison Dieu EH Originating as a 13th-century wayside hospital, this flint and timber-framed building now displays Roman artefacts from nearby sites.
Maison Dieu Chapel, Brechin HS
Maister House NT 18th-century merchant's house
Malleny Garden NTS Tranquil oasis on the outskirts of Edinburgh, where heritage roses sit alongside 400-year-old yew trees
Manderston HHA
Mannington Hall HHA
Manx Museum MANX
Mapperton House HHA
Mar Lodge Estate NTS Britain’s largest nature reserve and a wildlife wonderland in the heart of the Cairngorms
Mar's Wark HS
Marble Hill House EH Marble Hill is the last complete survivor of the elegant villas and gardens which bordered the Thames between Richmond and Hampton Court in the 18th century.
Margam Stones Museum CADW Magnificent carved stones reach back to the dawn of Christianity in Wales
Markenfield Hall HHA
Marker's NT Medieval hall-house.
Market Hall NT Outstanding 400-year-old Cotswold market hall
Marley Common NT Coconut-scents, purple heather and intimate woodland walks
Marloes Sands and Mere NT Escape to the Marloes Peninsula, a hidden gem nestled on the very western edge of Pembrokeshire. Stunning seascapes and a wealth of wildlife are waiting to greet you.
Marmion Tower EH The fine 15th-century gatehouse of a vanished riverside manor house, with a beautiful oriel window. The monuments of the manor's Marmion family owners grace the adjacent church.
Marsden Moor Estate NT Talk a walk on the wild side and enjoy the rugged moorland landscape
Martholme HHA
Mattersey Priory EH The remains, mainly the 13th century refectory and kitchen, of a small monastery for just six Gilbertine canons - the only wholly English monastic order.
Maughold Head and Gob ny Rona MANX
Max Gate NT Atmospheric Victorian home designed by Thomas Hardy
May Hill NT Wild and open landmark crowned with a distinctive row of pine trees
Maybole Collegiate Church HS
Mayburgh Henge EH A large and impressive Neolithic henge, much better preserved than neighbouring King Arthur's Round Table.
Meare Fish House EH The only surviving monastic fishery building in England, this housed the Abbot of Glastonbury's water bailiff and provided facilities for fish-salting and drying.
Meayll Hill near Cregneash MANX
Medieval Merchant's House EH A residence and place of business, it stood on one of the busiest streets in medieval Southampton.
Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum HS
Melbourne Hall & Gardens HHA
Melford Hall NT Discover the stories behind this eclectic home.
Mellerstain House & Gardens HHA
Melrose Abbey HS
Memsie Cairn HS
Mendip Hills NT Dramatic gorges and ancient woodland rising above the Somerset Levels
Meols Hall HHA
Merkland Cross HS
Merrivale Prehistoric Settlement EH The group of monuments at Merrivale is one of the finest on Dartmoor: side by side here are the remains of a Bronze Age settlement and a complex of ritual sites.
Mertoun HHA
Michelham Priory HHA
Middle Littleton Tithe Barn NT 13th-century tithe barn, one of the largest and finest in the country
Middleham Castle EH Middleham Castle is a fascinating place to visit in the Yorkshire Dales. Once the childhood home of Richard III, relive the Castle's illustrious history and unlock the deeds of its great owners.
Middleton Hall & Gardens HHA
Midhowe Broch HS
Midhowe Chambered Cairn HS
Mill Bay NT Unspoilt, wild coastline with turquoise waters and golden beaches
Milntown HHA
Milton Chantry EH Milton Chantry is all that remains of a 14th-century hospital later used in turn as a public house, a Georgian barracks, and Second World War gas decontamination chamber.
Milton Lodge Gardens HHA
Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons NT Rolling hills and open spaces above the Stroud Valleys and Severn estuary
Mingulay, Berneray & Pabbay NTS Eagles soar and dolphins splash around these Hebridean islands, also home to a rare Pictish stone
Minnowburn NT Close to the city, in the heart of the country
Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote EH The extensive and picturesque ruins of a 15th century riverside manor house, including a fine hall, south-west tower, and complete dovecote nearby. The home of Richard III's henchman Lord Lovell.
Minterne Gardens HHA
Mirehouse HHA
Mistley Towers EH Two porticoed Classical towers, which stood at each end of a grandiose but highly unconventional Georgian church, designed by Robert Adam in 1776.
Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle EH A Bronze Age stone circle, the focus of many legends, set in dramatic moorland on Stapeley Hill. It once consisted of some 30 stones, 15 of which are still visible.
Moggerhanger House HHA
Moirlanich Longhouse NTS Beautifully conserved cottage giving unique insight into rural family life in 19th-century Scotland
Moleskin and Markham Hills NT Wildlife-rich chalk grassland, beech woodland and meadows managed as a nature reserve.
Mompesson House NT Homely and welcoming 18th-century townhouse in the heart of Salisbury's Cathedral Close
Monk Bretton Priory EH The substantial ruins of a Cluniac monastery, with an unusually well-marked ground plan, an almost complete west range and a 15th-century gatehouse.
Monk's House NT Leonard and Virginia Woolf's 16th-century country retreat
Monmouth Castle CADW Ruined castle with a regal history
Montacute House NT A masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design, with towering walls of glass, glowing ham stone and surrounding garden.
Montgomery Castle CADW More than the sum of its parts
Monzie Castle HHA
Morden Hall Park NT A park at the heart of the community
Moreton Corbet Castle EH The ruins of the medieval castle and Tudor manor house of the Corbets are dominated by the theatrical shell of an ambitious Elizabethan mansion wing in Italianate style.
Morland House HHA
Mortehoe NT Gateway to a wild, remote coast with a rich history of wrecking and smuggling. Amazing walking, wildlife and sunbathing seals.
Morton Castle HS
Morven Park NT 20 acres of peaceful parkland located in the heart of Potters Bar
Morville Hall NT Stone-built house of Elizabethan origin
Morwenstow NT A fascinating area of coast steeped in a history dominated by Parson Hawker
Moseley Old Hall NT An atmospheric Elizabethan farmhouse that saved a King
Moss Farm Road Stone Circle HS
Mottisfont NT A romantic house and gallery set in beautiful riverside gardens
Mottistone Gardens and Estate NT Enchanting gardens set in a sheltered valley and surrounded by rolling downland
Moulton Hall NT 17th-century manor house
Moulton Packhorse Bridge EH A pretty four-arched late medieval bridge, spanning the River Kennett on the old route from Cambridge to Bury St Edmunds.
Mount Ephraim Gardens HHA
Mount Grace Priory NT Ruin of a 14th-century Carthusian priory
Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens EH Set amid woodland in North Yorkshire, this unusual monastery is the best preserved Carthusian priory in Britain. Mount Grace Priory is the perfect tourist attraction for a relaxing and peaceful day out. Discover how the monks lived 600 years in the reconstructed monk’s cell and herb plot.
Mount Stewart NT Neo-classical house and celebrated gardens
Mount Stuart HHA
Mount's Bay NT Look through the opaque cloak of today’s apparent wilderness, to see the marks left by the farmers, miners, worshippers and fishermen who worked and walked this coast.
Mousa Broch HS
Mr Straw's House NT Ordinary house, extraordinary home
Muchelney Abbey EH Once a wealthy Benedictine house, the main buildings were demolished by Henry VIII in 1538. See the richly decorated cloister walk and thatched monks’ lavatory - the only one in Britain.
Muir o'Fauld Roman Signal Station HS
Mullion Cove NT Originally built in the 1890s, the picturesque harbour at Mullion Cove shelters a small fishing fleet from powerful westerly storms.
Muncaster Castle, Gardens, Hawk & Owl Centre HHA
Muness Castle HS
Murlough National Nature Reserve NT An extraordinarily beautiful dune landscape
Muthill Old Church and Tower HS
Mwnt NT Beautiful secluded bay with a sandy beach
National Museum of Rural Life NTS Explore life in the countryside at a historic working farm, period farmhouse and museum
Nautical Museum MANX
Neath Abbey and Gatehouse CADW A site of power – both religious and industrial
Ness of Burgi HS
Nether Alderley Mill NT Concealed under the long sloping roof of this medieval building is a fully restored, working corn mill.
Nether Winchendon House HHA
Netheravon Dovecote EH Charming and elegant 18th century brick dovecote, still with most of its 700 or more nesting boxes intact. Set in peaceful surroundings. External viewing only.
Netley Abbey EH The most complete surviving Cistercian monastery in southern England, with almost all the walls of its 13th-century church still standing, along with many monastic buildings.
New Abbey Corn Mill HS
New Forest Northern Commons NT A colourful mosaic of blooming heather and gorse, braided wetlands and ancient woodland pasture
Newark Castle HS
Newark Park NT Tudor hunting lodge to intriguing historic home, set in a spectacular estate
Newby Hall & Gardens HHA
Newcastle, Bridgend CADW A castle built to last
Newhailes NTS Palladian house that played a prominent role in the Scottish Enlightenment
Newhouse HHA
Newliston HHA
Newport Castle CADW Final remains of a significant waterfront fortress
Newtown National Nature Reserve and Old Town Hall NT A quiet backwater with a busy Medieval past, now bursting with wildlife and a town hall with no town...
Niarbyl Bay Café MANX
Nine Ladies Stone Circle EH A small early Bronze Age stone circle of (actually) ten stones. Believed to be nine ladies turned to stone as a penalty for dancing on Sunday.
Noltland Castle HS
Norham Castle EH Commanding a vital ford over the River Tweed, Norham was one of the strongest of the border castles, and the most often attacked by the Scots.
North Elmham Chapel EH A place with an unusual story, told by graphic panels. The small Norman chapel here stood on the site of an earlier timber church, probably the Saxon cathedral of East Anglia.
North Hinksey Conduit House EH Roofed conduit for Oxford's first water mains, constructed during the early 17th century.
North Leigh Roman Villa EH The remains of a large, well built Roman courtyard villa. The most important feature is a nearly complete mosaic tile floor, patterned in reds and browns.
Northcott Mouth NT This small rocky beach opens up to expansive sand and rock pools as the tide drops.
Northey Island NT The closest you'll get to true wilderness in Essex
Norton Conyers HHA
Noss Mayo NT Discover dramatic cliffs and the tranquil Yealm Estuary
Nostell NT 18th-century architectural masterpiece with landscape park and gardens
Nuffield Place NT The home of one of the most remarkable men of the 20th century
Nunney Castle EH Picturesque moated castle built in the 1370s. Held for the King during the Civil War, falling to Parliamentarian cannon in 1645: the gun-damaged wall finally collapsing on Christmas Day 1910.
Nunnington Hall NT Picturesque Yorkshire manor house with organic garden and exciting exhibitions
Nymans NT A garden lovers' home for all seasons, with an extensive yet intimate garden set around a romantic house and ruins.
Nympsfield Long Barrow EH Large Neolithic burial mound with spectacular views over the Severn Valley. Built by earliest farming communities in the Cotswolds almost 5,000 years ago. Internal chambers are uncovered for viewing.
Oakhurst Cottage NT A glimpse into England's rural past
Odda's Chapel EH One of the most complete surviving Saxon churches in England, this chapel was built in 1056 by Earl Odda, and rediscovered in 1865 subsumed into a farmhouse. Nearby is the famous Saxon parish church.
Offa's Dyke EH An earthwork roughly following the Welsh/English boundary consisting of a ditch and rampart. Origins shrouded in mystery but possibly built in response to events involving the Princes of Powys.
Ogmore Castle CADW Step into the past
Ogwen Cottage NT Ranger base and outdoor centre nestled between the dramatic Carneddau and Glyderau mountain ranges
Okehampton Castle EH Once the largest castle in Devon, nestling in the foothills of Dartmoor. Reputedly haunted and mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Old Beaupre Castle CADW Medieval manor with extravagant Tudor additions and status symbols
Old Blockhouse EH Substantial remains of a small 16th century gun tower protecting Old Grimsby harbour, vigorously defended during the Civil War.
Old Gorhambury House EH The remains of a once immense mansion built in 1563-8 by Sir Nicholas Bacon, Queen Elizabeth’s Lord Keeper and visited by the queen on at least four occasions.
Old Grammar School MANX
Old House of Keys MANX
Old Oswestry Hillfort EH The huge hillfort at Old Oswestry was probably the stronghold and principal settlement of an Iron Age tribe, with its 40 acres protected by formidable ramparts.
Old Sarum EH Site of the original Salisbury, this mighty Iron Age hill fort was where the first cathedral once stood and the Romans, Normans and Saxons have all left their mark during 5000 years of history.
Old Soar Manor NT Remains of a late 13th-century knight's dwelling
Old Wardour Castle EH Set in landscaped grounds beside a lake in peaceful Wiltshire countryside, these 14th century ruins provide a relaxed, romantic day out for couples, families and budding historians alike.
Oldbury Hill NT Discover the remains of an Iron Age hill fort
One Tree Hill NT A beautiful slice of Kent countryside
Orchard Wyndham HHA
Orchardton Tower HS
Orford Castle EH Discover one of England’s most complete and unusual keeps at this fascinating visitor attraction in Suffolk.
Orford Ness National Nature Reserve NT Internationally important coastal nature reserve, with a fascinating 20th-century military history
Ormesby Hall NT Pennyman family home, garden and parkland
Ormiston Market Cross HS
Osborne EH Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's family home. Take a glimpse into the private life of the royal family at Osborne House and enjoy the vast estate and gardens.
Osterley Park and House NT A Georgian country estate in west London
Over Bridge EH A single-arch stone bridge spanning the River Severn, built in 1825-30 by the great engineer Thomas Telford.
Overbeck's NT A hidden paradise of subtropical gardens
Owletts NT Family home of the renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker
Oxburgh Hall NT Home to the Bedingfeld family for 500 years, Oxburgh reveals one family's unshakable Catholic faith and story of endurance
Oxwich Castle CADW A castle in name only but hugely impressive
Packwood House NT Much-restored Tudor house, park and garden with notable topiary
Painshill Park HHA
Painswick Rococo Garden HHA
Parc le Breos Burial Chamber CADW Superb example of a Neolithic chambered tomb
Parcevall Hall Gardens HHA
Parham House & Gardens HHA
Parke NT A peaceful retreat set within the beautiful Devon countryside
Pashley Manor Gardens HHA
Patterson's Spade Mill NT The last working water-driven spade mill in daily use in the British Isles
Paxton House HHA
Paycocke's House and Garden NT A stunning Tudor merchant's house whose walls have more than a few stories to tell
Peckover House and Garden NT Elegant Georgian town house with wonderful walled garden
Peel Castle MANX
Peel Ring of Lumphanan HS
Penarth Fawr Medieval House CADW Rare stone-built dwelling with impressive timbered supports
Penbryn NT One of Ceredigion’s best-kept secrets
Pencarrow House & Gardens HHA
Pendennis Castle EH Explore one of Henry VIII's finest coastal fortresses, Pendennis Castle, which has defended Cornwall against invasion since Tudor times. Discover how the castle has evolved, and experience the sights and sounds of battle. Visit our fascinating exhibition, 'Fortress Falmouth and the First World War', which examines the role the castle played during WWI.
Penhallam Manor EH The low and grass-covered but complete ground-plan of a moated 13th-century manor house, in a delightful woodland setting.
Penicuik House HHA
Penmaen and Nicholaston Burrows NT Archaeology, lichen rich dunes and the award winning Three Cliffs Bay
Penmon Dovecote CADW A bird box on a truly epic scale
Penmon Priory, Cross and St Seiriol’s Well CADW Three for the price of one at this important holy site
Pennard, Pwll Du and Bishopston Valley NT Rich in industrial heritage, caves, ancient woodland and rare species
Penrhos Feilw Standing Stones CADW Bronze Age standing stones shrouded in mystery
Penrhyn Castle and Garden NT 19th-century fantasy castle with spectacular surroundings
Penrith Castle EH Penrith Castle was begun at the end of the 14th century by Ralph Neville, who played a key role in defending this area against the Scots.
Penrose NT Wooded country around Cornwall's largest natural lake. Penrose features woodland tracks, stretches of coastline and open parkland, the perfect backdrop for a day out.
Penshaw Monument NT Stunning views from this 70-foot high monument
Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber CADW Skeletal remains of a Neolithic tomb in haunting location
Peover Hall HHA
Pepperbox Hill NT Chalk ridge landmark with far-reaching views and rich natural heritage
Petts Wood and Hawkwood NT An oasis of peace and tranquillity only 13 miles south-east from the centre of London
Petworth NT Inspired by the Baroque palaces of Europe and nestled in the South Downs, Petworth House displays the finest art collection in the care of the National Trust.
Pevensey Castle EH With a history stretching back over 16 centuries, Pevensey Castle chronicles more graphically than any other fortress the story of Britain's south coast defences.
Peveril Castle EH Founded soon after 1066 by William Peverel, one of William the Conqueror's most trusted knights, Peveril Castle offers breathtaking views of the Peak District from its position high above Castleton.
Picardy Symbol Stone HS
Pickering Castle EH This splendid 13th century castle was used as a royal hunting lodge, holiday home and stud farm by a succession of medieval kings.
Picton Castle & Gardens HHA
Piel Castle EH The impressive ruins of a 14th-century castle with a massive keep, inner and outer baileys, and towered curtain walls still standing.
Piercebridge Roman Bridge EH Stonework foundations, now marooned in a field, of a bridge which once led to Piercebridge Roman Fort.
Pierowall Church HS
Pike Hill Signal Tower - Hadrian's Wall EH The remains of one of a network of signal towers predating Hadrian's Wall, Pike Hill was later joined to the Wall at an angle of 45 degrees.
Pilsdon Pen NT One of Dorset's prominent landmarks, dominated by an Iron Age hill fort
Pin Mill NT Enjoy a wander around Pin Mill and escape from it all
Pitmedden Garden NTS Re-created Scottish Renaissance walled garden with unique and vibrant floral designs
Pitstone Windmill NT A rare and striking example of an early form of post mill
Planetrees Roman Wall - Hadrian's Wall EH A 15-metre (49 feet) length of narrow Wall on broad foundations, reflecting a change of policy during construction concerning the thickness of the wall.
Plas Brondanw HHA
Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens HHA
Plas Mawr CADW Britain’s finest town house of the golden Elizabethan age
Plas Newydd House and Gardens NT Enchanting mansion and gardens, with spectacular views of Snowdonia. A whole day of things to see and do.
Plas yn Rhiw NT Delightful manor house with ornamental garden and wonderful views
Plumpton Rocks HHA
Plymbridge Woods NT A wooded valley opening up to the moors of Dartmoor with a rich and varied industrious past
Poldhu Cove NT A sandy sheltered beach on the west coast of the Lizard. A favourite amongst locals and visitors, surfers and wildlife watchers.
Polesden Lacey NT The perfect setting for an Edwardian country retreat
Pollok House NTS A grand country house in the heart of Glasgow with an impressive collection of Spanish art
Polperro, Looe and Whitsand Bay NT Exploring South East Cornwall's history and culture
Poltross Burn Milecastle - Hadrian's Wall EH One of the best-preserved milecastles on Hadrian's Wall, Poltross includes an oven, a stair to the rampart walk, and the remains of its north gateway.
Pont Minllyn CADW Picturesque hidden bridge over the River Dyfi
Port Quin NT A peaceful sheltered inlet on an outstanding stretch of unspoilt coast
Portchester Castle EH Looking for a fun family day out? Visit Portchester Castle in Hampshire, South East England. It provides the perfect setting for a relaxed, fun, historic day out!
Porth NT Creekside and coastal footpaths make for great walking and wildlife spotting. Towan beach at Porth is perfect for children.
Porth Hellick Down Burial Chamber EH A large and imposing Scillonian Bronze Age entrance grave, with kerb, inner passage and burial chamber all clearly visible.
Porth y Swnt NT Come in and explore, learn, reflect and enjoy the natural environment
Porthcurno NT Exceptionally beautiful beach on a turquoise bay backed by granite cliffs.
Porthdinllaen NT An old fishing village perched on the end of a thin ribbon of land stretching into the Irish Sea
Porthor NT Famous for its ‘whistling sands’ and glistening waters.
Portland Castle EH Built by Henry VIII to defend England, the Castle also played a part in World War I and II. Attractions include Tudor kitchen, Great Hall, gardens, sea views, tearooms and audio tour.
Portmore House HHA
Portstewart Strand NT Miles of golden sand
Powderham Castle HHA
Powis Castle and Garden NT Medieval castle rising dramatically above the celebrated garden
Presaddfed Burial Chamber CADW Two of a kind
Preston Market Cross HS
Preston Mill NTS Picturesque mill on the banks of the River Tyne – waterwheel, millpond, doocot and Outlander set
Preston Tower HHA
Prideaux Place HHA
Priest's House, Easton on the Hill NT Small pre-Reformation stone building
Priest's House, Muchelney NT Late medieval hall-house in a picturesque village
Prior Park Landscape Garden NT Beautiful and intimate 18th-century landscape garden in Bath
Prior's Hall Barn EH One of the finest surviving medieval barns in eastern England, tree-ring dated to the mid-15th century, with a breathtaking aisled interior and crown post roof, the product of some 400 oaks.
Priorwood Garden NTS Dedicated to the art of dried flower arranging, with an impressive variety of heritage apples
Priory Cottage NT Former monastic buildings, now converted into two houses
Prudhoe Castle EH Begun between 1100 and 1120 to defend a strategic crossing of the River Tyne against Scottish invaders, Prudhoe Castle has been continuously occupied for over nine centuries.
Quarry Bank NT One of Britain's greatest industrial heritage sites, home to a complete industrial community
Quebec House NT Childhood home of General James Wolfe, victor of the Battle of Quebec (1759)
Quex House HHA
Quoyness Chambered Cairn HS
Raby Castle HHA
Raglan Castle CADW Welsh fortress-palace transformed into regal residence
Rainham Hall NT An historic house with a difference
Rammerscales HHA
Ramsey Abbey Gatehouse NT Remains of a former Benedictine abbey
Ranger's House - The Wernher Collection EH Ranger's House is an elegant Georgian villa built in 1723, the official residence of the 'Ranger of Greenwich Park'. From 1815 this post was held by Princess Sophia Matilda, niece of George III.
Ravenglass Roman Bath House EH The remains of the bath house of Ravenglass Roman fort, established in AD 130, are among the tallest Roman structures surviving in northern Britain: the walls stand almost 4 metres (13 feet) high.
Raveningham Hall & Gardens HHA
Ravenscraig Castle HS
Rayleigh Mount NT The site of a medieval castle, now a green oasis for wildlife
Reculver Towers and Roman Fort EH An imposing landmark, the twin 12th-century towers of the ruined church stand amid the remains of an important Roman 'Saxon Shore' fort and a Saxon monastery.
Red House NT Iconic Arts and Crafts home of William and Janey Morris and the centre of the Pre-Raphaelite circle.
Reigate Hill and Gatton Park NT A spectacular escarpment with sweeping views across the Weald
Renishaw Hall & Gardens HHA
Rennibister Earth House HS
Restenneth Priory HS
Restoration House HHA
Restormel Castle EH Great 13th-century circular shell-keep of Restormel still encloses the principal rooms of the castle in remarkably good condition, standing on an earlier Norman mound surrounded by a deep dry ditch.
Rhosili and South Gower Coast NT Beautiful and breathtaking views on the Gower peninsula
Rhuddlan Castle CADW Awesome feat of engineering still towers above the River Clwyd
Richborough Roman Fort and Amphitheatre EH Evocatively sited amid the East Kent marshes, Richborough is perhaps the most symbolically important of all Roman sites in Britain, witnessing both the beginning and almost the end of Roman rule here.
Richmond Castle EH With its breathtaking views of the Yorkshire dales, Richmond Castle is one of the finest tourist attractions in North Yorkshire.
Rievaulx Abbey EH Rievaulx Abbey is the perfect choice for a peaceful day out, with its extensive ruins and fascinating museum in a secluded North York Moors valley.
Rievaulx Terrace NT One of Yorkshire's finest 18th-century landscape gardens, containing two temples
Ring of Brodgar Stone Circle and Henge HS
Ringstead Bay NT Unspoilt beach, farmland and cliffs on the Jurassic Coast
Ripley Castle and Gardens HHA
Rispain Camp HS
River Wey and Godalming Navigations and Dapdune Wharf NT Tranquil waterway running for nearly 20 miles through the heart of Surrey
Riverhill House and Gardens HHA
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum NTS Birthplace of a genius – a celebration of the enduring legacy of Scotland’s national poet
Robert Smail’s Printing Works NTS Oldest working commercial letterpress printers in the UK – a living museum of Victorian history
Roche Abbey EH Roche Abbey has one of the most complete ground plans of any English Cistercian monastery, laid out as excavated foundations.
Rochester Castle EH Strategically placed astride the London Road, guarding an important crossing of the River Medway, this imposing fortress has a complex history of destruction and rebuilding.
Rockcliffe NTS See nature in all its glory along the trails of one of Scotland’s prettiest stretches of coastline
Rockingham Castle HHA
Rode Hall & Gardens HHA
Rodmarton Manor HHA
Rokeby Park HHA
Rollright Stones EH Traditionally a monarch and his courtiers petrified by a witch, the Rollright Stones consist of three groups: the King's Men stone circle; the Whispering Knights burial chamber; and the single King Stone. They span nearly 2,000 years of Neolithic and Bronze Age development.
Roman Wall of St Albans EH A section of the two-mile long wall built between AD 265 and 270 to defend the Roman city of Verulamium: including the foundations of towers and the London Gate.
Roseberry Topping NT Distinctive and iconic landmark with fine views across North Yorkshire and Cleveland
Rosedene NT Mid 19th-century Chartist cottage
Roseland NT Discover secluded bays, magical creeks - a quieter pace of life
Rotherwas Chapel EH Family chapel of the Bodenham family. The originally simple medieval building has a fine Elizabethan timber roof, 18th century tower and striking Victorian interior decoration and furnishings.
Rothesay Castle HS
Rowallane Garden NT Whatever the season there's always something new to see....
Royal Citadel, Plymouth EH A dramatic 17th-century fortress built to defend the coastline from the Dutch, and keep watch on a recently rebellious town. Still in use by the military today.
Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth EH Royal Garrison Church was built in about 1212 as part of a hospital complex. Although the nave was badly damaged in a 1941 firebomb raid on Portsmouth, the chancel remains roofed and furnished.
Rufford Abbey EH The best-preserved remains of a Cistercian abbey west cloister range in England, dating mainly from about 1170. Incorporated into part of a 17th century and later mansion, set in Rufford Country Park.
Rufford Old Hall NT A fine Tudor building, the home for stories of romance, wealth and 500 years of Hesketh family history.
Rug Chapel CADW Extravagant private chapel of an arch Royalist who clung to the old ways
Runnymede and Ankerwycke NT Riverside site of the sealing of Magna Carta
Runston Chapel CADW Lonely chapel of a long-lost village
Rushen Abbey MANX
Rushton Triangular Lodge EH This delightful triangular building was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham (father of one of the Gunpowder Plotters) and constructed between 1593 and 1597.
Ruthven Barracks HS
Ruthwell Cross HS
Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill NT A hidden hamlet nestled in the downs
Saltram NT A house full of treasures, stories & intrigue. A secret garden to lose yourself in, plus a park that cyclists, walkers, & our four legged friends love.
Sand HHA
Sand Point NT A natural pier into the Bristol Channel, north of Weston-super-Mare and Brean Down. Perfect for picnics; views across Sand Bay.
Sandbach Crosses EH The two massive Saxon stone crosses, elaborately carved with animals and Biblical scenes including the Nativity of Christ and the Crucifixion, dominate the cobbled market square of Sandbach.
Sandham Memorial Chapel NT World famous chapel containing Stanley Spencer's visionary paintings
Sandringham HHA
Sandscale Haws National Nature Reserve NT Outstanding dune habitat supporting a wealth of wildlife and with magnificent views across the Duddon Estuary onto the Lakeland Fells.
Sandymouth NT A popular but unspoilt beach of pebbles and sand backed by incredible twisted cliffs.
Sausmarez Manor HHA
Sawley Abbey EH The remains of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1148, set on the banks of the Ribble against a backdrop of dramatic hills.
Saxtead Green Post Mill EH Saxtead Green Post Mill is a corn mill, whose whole body revolves on its base and was one of many built in Suffolk from the late 13th century.
Scalloway Castle HS
Scampston Hall HHA
Scarborough Castle EH With its 3,000 year history, stunning location and panoramic views over the Yorkshire coastline, Scarborough Castle is one of the finest tourist attractions in the North.
Scawby Hall HHA
Scone Palace HHA
Scotney Castle NT Country house, romantic garden, 14th century moated castle - all in a beautiful wooded estate
Scotstarvit Tower HS
Seaforde HHA
Seaton Delaval Hall NT A place of great theatre and drama
Segontium Roman Fort CADW Roman stronghold that passed into Welsh legend
Selborne Common NT Discover the magnificent beech woods and flower-filled meadows that inspired Gilbert White
Selworthy NT A timeless rural landscape of thatched cottages, nestled in the vale of the Holnicote estate.
Sennen to Penberth NT The south coast of Penwith vividly expresses the changes in man’s use of the land over time. From towering cliffs keeping watch over the western approaches, to gentle, lush valley slopes, and sun kissed beaches – all is here.
Seton Collegiate Church HS
Sewerby Hall & Gardens HHA
Sewingshields Wall - Hadrian's Wall EH A length of Wall with milecastle remains, impressively sited along the Whin Sill, commanding fine views of many prehistoric and later earthworks to the north.
Sezincote HHA
Shalford Mill NT 18th-century watermill with well-preserved machinery
Shap Abbey EH The impressive full-height 15th-century tower and other remains of a remote abbey of Premonstratensian 'white canons'.
Sharpenhoe NT Ancient woodland and chalk escarpment with fantastic views
Shaugh Bridge NT Ancient oakwoods and mossy boulders cloak the Plym Valley; riverside walks pass the atmospheric Dewerstone Rocks and industrial ruins.
Shaw House HHA
Shaw's Corner NT Country home of playwright Bernard Shaw for 44 years
Sheffield Park and Garden NT Acres of landscape garden bordered by historic parkland and woodland
Sherborne Castle & Gardens HHA
Sherborne Old Castle EH Built on a grand scale in the 12th century by the Bishop of Salisbury, Sherborne was coveted by churchmen and noblemen alike giving it a long, chequered history. Picnic, shop, light refreshments.
Sheringham Park NT Landscape park and woodland garden with miles of stunning coastal views
Shugborough Estate NT A Staffordshire paradise: a rich blend of landscape, monuments, gardens and architecture, shaped by travel and adventure.
Shute Barton NT Medieval house with later architectural features
Sibsey Trader Windmill EH Built in 1877, this restored six storey mill with complete gear, sails and fantail still works today. The award-winning tearoom sells produce made from the mill's organic, stone-ground flour.
Sidmouth countryside NT Gentle countryside walks and coastal hikes
Silbury Hill, Avebury EH The largest artificial mound in Europe and comparable in size to the Egyptian pyramids. Probably completed around 2400 BC, it apparently contains no burial and its purpose and significance remain unknown.
Silchester Roman City Walls and Amphitheatre EH Originally a tribal centre of the Iron Age Atrebates, Silchester became the large and important Roman town of Calleva Atrebatum.
Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument EH Erected to commemorate the heroism of a Royalist commander and his Cornish pikemen at the Battle of Lansdown, 1643, this monument marks the spot where he fell.
Sissinghurst Castle Garden NT Historic, poetic, iconic; a refuge dedicated to beauty. Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson fell in love with Sissinghurst Castle and created a world renowned garden.
Sizergh NT Beautiful medieval house, with rich gardens and estate
Skaill House HHA
Skara Brae HS
Skelmorlie Aisle HS
Skenfrith Castle CADW Significant medieval fortress with a substantial central tower
Skipness Castle and Chapel HS
Skipsea Castle EH An impressive Norman motte and bailey castle, dating from before 1086 and among the first raised in Yorkshire, with the earthworks of an attendant fortified 'borough'.
Slindon Estate NT A great and ancient downland estate
Smailholm Tower HS
Smallhythe Place NT Ellen Terry's early 16th-century house and cottage gardens
Snowshill Manor and Garden NT Snowshill Manor is a Cotswold manor house packed with extraordinary treasures collected over a life time by Charles Wade
Solva Coast NT Solva’s jutting headlands, gentle valleys and sweeping shores all have a tale to tell. From Iron Age settlements and industry to chilling coastal chronicles, there’s lots to uncover.
Somerleyton Hall HHA
Sound Café MANX
Souter Johnnie’s Cottage NTS Home of the shoemaker immortalised by Robert Burns in Tam o’ Shanter
Souter Lighthouse and The Leas NT A marvel of its age
South Foreland Lighthouse NT The first lighthouse to use an electric light
South Milton Sands NT A long sweep of golden sand and rock pools, with crystal clear waters and iconic rock archway
South Snowdonia NT Remote unspoilt mountains steeped in history, deep wooded valleys and spectacular estuaries
Southwick Priory EH Remains of a wealthy Augustinian priory, originally founded at Portchester: once a famous place of pilgrimage. Only part of the refectory wall survives.
Southwood Estate NT Explore Southwood’s timeless landscape of wooded valleys, floral fields and craggy clifftops. Stretching straight to the sea, this charming coastal spot is full of scenic surprises.
Speke Hall NT Beyond the black & white is a Tudor house with a Victorian personality
Spencer House HHA
Spetchley Park Gardens HHA
Spofforth Castle EH The ruined hall and chamber of a fortified manor house of the powerful Percy family, dating mainly from the 14th and 15th centuries. Its undercroft is cut into a rocky outcrop.
Spooyt Vane Waterfall MANX
Springhill NT Pretty 17th-century 'Plantation' home with a significant costume collection
Spynie Palace HS
Spyway NT Towering sea cliffs and grasslands rich in wild flowers
St Abb’s Head NTS Breathtaking coastal headland with dramatic cliffs, famed for its seabird colonies
St Agnes Head NT Walk over a jewel-like carpet of heather and gorse
St Andrews Castle HS
St Andrews Cathedral HS
St Anthony Head NT Tucked away at the bottom of the Roseland there's lots to discover for everyone.
St Augustine's Abbey EH This great abbey, marking the rebirth of Christianity in southern England, was founded shortly after AD 597 by St Augustine.
St Augustine's Conduit House EH The Conduit House is part of the monastic waterworks which supplied nearby St Augustine's Abbey.
St Augustine's Cross EH This 19th-century cross of Saxon design marks what is traditionally thought to have been the site of St Augustine's landing on the shores of England in AD 597.
St Blane's Church HS
St Breock Downs Monolith EH Originally 5 metres (16 feet) high and weighing some 16.75 tonnes, this is Cornwall's largest and heaviest prehistoric monolith. It stands on the summit of St Breock Downs, offering wonderful views.
St Briavels Castle EH The fine twin-towered gatehouse, built by Edward I in 1292, once defended a crossbow bolt factory which used local iron. Once a prison, now a youth hostel in wonderful walking country.
St Bride's Church, Douglas HS
St Bridget's Kirk HS
St Catherine's Castle EH Discover perhaps what is Cornwall's smallest castle.
St Catherine's Down and Knowles Farm NT A wild rocky coast with jutting cliffs, a windswept down and sheltered wooded valley
St Catherine's Oratory EH A tall medieval octagonal tower, allegedly a lighthouse, built here in 1328 as penance for stealing church property from a wrecked ship.
St Clement's Church HS
St Cybi's Well CADW Hidden holy well with possible pagan origins
St David's Peninsula NT A colourful coastline with heaps of history, this pretty peninsula’s been a cultural hotspot for thousands of years. Discover the area’s ancestry, from Celtic life to Wales’ patron saint.
St David's Visitor Centre and Shop NT Nestled in St David’s, the visitor centre and shop is a brilliant base for discovering Pembrokeshire. Plan your visit with the team, have a browse and help support our special places.
St Davids Bishop's Palace CADW Magnificent medieval palace that rivalled its cathedral for glory
St Dogmaels Abbey and Coach House CADW Century-spanning ruins of a significant religious settlement
St Helens Duver NT Sand dunes with a royal history and great coastal views
St Ives to Pendeen NT The 14-mile stretch of coast that runs westwards from the holiday resort of St Ives to the mining village of Pendeen, can lay proud claim to being the most startlingly beautiful in south-west England.
St John's Abbey Gate EH This pinnacled gatehouse, elaborately decorated in East Anglian 'flushwork', is the sole survivor of the wealthy Benedictine abbey of St John.
St John's Commandery EH The flint-walled 13th-century chapel and hall of a 'Commandery' of Knights Hospitallers, later converted into a farmhouse.
St John's Jerusalem NT Tranquil garden and 13th-century chapel
St Kilda NTS Fragments of the past haunt these islands, now home to the UK’s largest colony of Atlantic puffins
St Leonard's Tower EH An early and well-preserved example of a small free-standing Norman tower keep, surviving almost to its original height.
St Lythans Burial Chamber CADW Lonely Neolithic tomb with links to Arthurian legend
St Machar's Cathedral Transepts HS
St Magnus Church, Egilsay HS
St Martin's Kirk, Haddington HS
St Mary's Chapel, Crosskirk HS
St Mary's Chapel, Rothesay HS
St Mary's Church, Grandtully HS
St Mary's Church, Kempley EH Delightful Norman church, displaying one of the most outstandingly complete and well preserved sets of medieval wall paintings in England, dating from the 12th and 14th centuries.
St Mary's Church, Kirkheugh, St Andrews HS
St Mary's Church, Studley Royal EH This magnificent High Victorian Anglican church was designed in the1870s by the flamboyant architect William Burges, and has been called his 'ecclesiastical masterpiece'.
St Mary's House & Gardens HHA
St Mary's Kirk, Auchindoir HS
St Mawes Castle EH St Mawes Castle is among the best-preserved of Henry VIII's coastal artillery fortresses, and the most elaborately decorated of them all.
St Michael's Mount NT Rocky island crowned by medieval church and castle, home to a living community
St Ninian's Cave HS
St Ninian's Chapel HS
St Non's Chapel CADW Reputed birthplace of Wales’s patron saint in uplifting location
St Olave's Priory EH The wonderfully complete 14th century brick-vaulted refectory undercroft - later a cottage occupied until 1902 - of a small Augustinian priory.
St Orland's Stone HS
St Paul's Monastery, Jarrow EH The home of the Venerable Bede, chronicler of the beginnings of English Christianity, Jarrow has become one of the best-understood Anglo-Saxon monastic sites.
St Peter's Church, Barton-upon-Humber EH Located in North Lincolnshire, St Peter's Church is an archaeological and architectural treasure trove waiting for you to discover. It is home to over 2800 burials from Anglo-Saxon to Victorian times.
St Peter's Kirk and Parish Cross, Duffus HS
St Quentin's Castle, Llanblethian CADW Ruined remains of a 14th-century castle
St Serf's Church and Dupplin Cross HS
St Triduana's Chapel, Restalrig Collegiate Church HS
St Vigeans Stones and Museum HS
St Winefride's Chapel and Holy Well CADW Still a popular place of pilgrimage
St. Michaels Isle MANX
Stackpole NT Discover Stackpole’s beautiful stretch of coastline for yourself. With award-winning sandy beaches, tranquil wooded valleys, wildlife-rich lily ponds, walking trails and watersports, there’s lots to see and do.
Stackpole Outdoor Learning Centre NT Award-winning centre for educational and corporate needs as well as family holidays
Staffa NTS Volcanic rock columns are home to black guillemots, fulmars, puffins and the magical Fingal’s Cave
Standen House and Garden NT Arts and Crafts family home with Morris & Co. interiors, set in a beautiful hillside garden
Stanford Hall HHA
Stanley Mills HS
Stansted Park HHA
Stanton Drew Circles and Cove EH Although this is the third largest complex of prehistoric standing stones in England, the three circles and three-stone ‘cove’ of Stanton Drew in Somerset are surprisingly little known. The Great Circle, 113 metres in diameter, is one of the largest stone circles in the country and has 26 surviving upright stones. Yet recent surveys have revealed that the circles and cove were just part of a much more elaborate and important ritual site than had previously been imagined.
Stanway House HHA
Stanwick Iron Age Fortifications EH An excavated section, part cut into rock, of the ramparts of the huge Iron Age trading and power-centre of the Brigantes, the most important tribe in pre- Roman northern Britain.
Stanydale Temple HS
Staunton Harold Church NT Imposing church built in 1653, with fine panelled interior
Steam Yacht Gondola NT Rebuilt Victorian steam-powered yacht on Coniston Water
Steeton Hall Gateway EH A fine example of a small, well preserved manorial gatehouse dating from the 14th century.
Steinacleit HS
Sticklebarn and The Langdales NT An adventure playground of rugged slopes, craggy summits and a cracking pint
Stirling Castle HS
Stirling Old Bridge HS
Stock Gaylard House HHA
Stody Lodge Gardens HHA
Stoke-sub-Hamdon Priory NT 14th/15th-century farm buildings, formerly a priest's residence
Stokesay Castle EH Stokesay Castle is quite simply the finest and best preserved fortified medieval manor house in England.
Stoneacre NT Medieval yeoman's house and garden
Stonehenge EH Walk in the footsteps of your Neolithic ancestors at Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe.
Stonehenge Landscape NT A World Heritage Site for its ancient ceremonial landscape of great archaeological interest.
Stones of Stenness Circle and Henge HS
Stoney Littleton Long Barrow EH One of the finest accessible examples of a Neolithic chambered tomb, with its multiple burial chambers open to view. Bring a torch and experience the burial chambers at first hand.
Stoneywell NT The home of a family who lived and loved the Arts and Crafts
Stonor Park HHA
Stott Park Bobbin Mill EH In the Lake District in Cumbria, this extensive working mill was begun in 1835 to produce the wooden bobbins vital to the Lancashire spinning and weaving industries.
Stourhead NT Palladian house and world-famous landscape garden
Stowe NT Gardening on the grandest scale
Stowe House HHA
Stradey Castle HHA
Strangford Lough NT A most beautiful landscape of international importance
Strata Florida Abbey CADW Grand medieval abbey where generations of Welsh princes are buried
Stratfield Saye House HHA
Strumble Head to Cardigan NT Pick up the pace in Pembrokeshire’s walking country; this rugged and remote expanse of towering cliffs and rocky outcrops is punctuated with coastal paths and soaring sea views.
Studland Bay NT Vast area of sandy beaches and heathland
Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood NT Late 17th-century house with lavish interiors and the Museum of Childhood
Sudeley Castle HHA
Sueno's Stone HS
Sugar Loaf and Usk Valley NT Iconic mountains, rich countryside and a sweeping 18th century landscaped park
Sulgrave Manor HHA
Sunnybrae Cottage HS
Sunnycroft NT A comfortable home telling the story of a brewer, a widow and three generations of the Lander family
Sutton Hoo NT Awe-inspiring Anglo-Saxon royal burial site
Sutton House and Breaker's Yard NT An exquisite Tudor house at the heart of a vibrant community
Sutton Lane Meadows NT Traditional hay meadows rich in wild flowers
Sutton Park HHA
Sutton Scarsdale Hall EH The imposing shell of a grandiose Georgian mansion built in 1724-29, with an immensely columned exterior. Roofless since 1919, when its interiors were dismantled and some exported to America.
Sutton Valence Castle EH The ruins of a small 12th-century Norman keep, with panoramic views over East Sussex and the Kentish Weald.
Swan Barn Farm NT A quiet retreat of woodland and pasture only 30 seconds from Haslemere High Street
Swansea Castle CADW Urban remnants of a once-mighty fortress
Sweetheart Abbey HS
Syon House HHA
Talley Abbey CADW Skeletal remains of a unique religious settlement
Tantallon Castle HS
Tarn Hows and Coniston NT Majestic views and peaceful walks in beautiful countryside
Tarves Tomb HS
Tattershall Castle NT Magnificent 15th century red brick castle - what wealth and power looks like
Tattershall College EH Remains of a grammar school for church choristers, founded in the mid-15th century by Ralph, Lord Cromwell, the builder of nearby Tattershall Castle (National Trust).
Tatton Park NT An historical estate with a neo-classical mansion, 50 acres of landscaped Gardens, 1000 acres of deer Park, a rare breed farm and medieval Old Hall.
Taversöe Tuick Chambered Cairn HS
Tealing Dovecot HS
Tealing Earth House HS
Temple Church EH The 'leaning tower' and walls of this large late medieval church survived bombing during the Second World War. The graveyard is now a peaceful public garden.
Temple Manor EH Part of a manor house of the Knights Templar, built in about 1240, with a fine first floor hall displaying traces of wall paintings.
Temple Newsam House HHA
Temple of Mithras, Carrawburgh - Hadrian's Wall EH Near Carrawburgh fort stands a fascinating temple to the eastern god Mithras, with facsimiles of altars found during excavation.
Templetown Mausoleum NT The finest example in Ireland of Robert Adam's neoclassical architecture
The Abbey Restaurant MANX
The Argory NT Atmospheric Irish gentry house and wooded riverside estate
The Beatles' Childhood Homes NT A combined tour of 'Mendips' and 20 Forthlin Road, Liverpool
The Bishop's Palace HHA
The Blackhouse, Arnol HS
The Braaid MANX
The Buscot and Coleshill Estates NT Villages and countryside criss-crossed with trails
The Charterhouse HHA
The Chase NT Quiet nature reserve with a surprising array of habitats
The Church House NT Fine two-storey granite building dating from c.1537
The Coffee Station MANX
The Coombes, Hinton Parva NT Rare wildflowers and a myriad of butterflies
The Courts Garden NT Delightful English country garden
The Crown Bar NT The most famous pub in Belfast
The Curraghs MANX
The D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum HHA
The Dodman NT Towering above the sea, this historic headland offers dramatic, panoramic views
The Firs NT Birthplace of Sir Edward Elgar
The Fleece Inn NT A traditional English pub
The Garden at Miserden HHA
The Garth HHA
The Georgian House NTS Magnificently restored Edinburgh New Town house with fine collections of paintings, costumes and period furnishings
The Gibberd Garden HHA
The Grange at Northington EH Set like a lakeside temple in a landscaped park, The Grange at Northington is the foremost example of the Greek Revival style in England.
The Great Laxey Wheel MANX
The Hardmans' House NT Step back in time to the 1950s in this fascinating home and photographic studio
The Hermitage NTS Walk through towering Douglas firs to the folly of Ossian’s Hall, and gaze over the falls
The Hill House NTS Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s architectural masterpiece turns art into a home.
The Hirsel HHA
The Homewood NT One architect's vision of the future
The Kymin NT Charming 18th-century Round House and Naval Temple
The Manor, Hemingford Grey HHA
The Merchant's House HHA
The Mournes NT The most famous of the mountains in the country
The Needles Headland and Tennyson Down NT Beautiful open downland,sheer chalk cliffs and dramatic sea views
The Needles Old Battery and New Battery NT Victorian coastal defence and secret rocket testing site perched high above the Needles Rocks
The Nine Stones EH Now in a wooded glade, this small prehistoric circle of nine standing stones was constructed around 4,000 years ago and is surrounded by a mysterious air. Winterbourne Poor Lot Barrows are nearby.
The Old Manor NT A Low, stone-built medieval hall, set in the picturesque countryside of Derbyshire.
The Pineapple NTS Bizarre fruit-inspired building set within a woodland full of wildlife
The Queen's House HHA
The Roundhouse NT Nineteenth century canal-side stables and stores in Birmingham city centre. To be transformed into a hub from which to explore the city by foot, bike or boat.
The Sanctuary, Avebury EH Begun in about 3000 BC as a complex circle of timber posts, later replaced by stones. Its function is still mystifies: human bone finds with food remains point to elaborate death rites and ceremonies.
The Sound and the Chasms MANX
The Tenement House NTS An authentic time capsule of life in early 20th-century Glasgow
The Textile Conservation Studio NT The Studio aims to provide a complete conservation service for historic textiles
The Vyne NT Explore a former Tudor powerhouse turned 17th-century family home set in 1500 acres of gardens woodlands and wetlands.
The Weir Garden NT Escape to this spectacular riverside garden and be absorbed by natural beauty.
The White Cliffs of Dover NT Magnificent coastal site overlooking the English Channel
The Workhouse, Southwell NT Atmospheric Victorian workhouse
Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds NT The only surviving Regency playhouse in Britain
Thetford Priory EH The extensive remains of one of the most important East Anglian monasteries, the Cluniac Priory of Our Lady of Thetford and the burial place of the earls and dukes of Norfolk for 400 years.
Thetford Warren Lodge EH Thetford Warren Lodge was probably built c.1400 by the Prior of Thetford; this defensible lodge protected gamekeepers and hunting parties against armed poachers.
Thetford, Church of the Holy Sepulchre EH The only surviving remains in England of a priory of Canons of the Holy Sepulchre, who aided pilgrims to Christ's tomb: the ruined nave of their 14th century church, later used as a barn.
Thomas Carlyle’s Birthplace NTS Childhood home of one of Britain’s most influential thinkers
Thorington Hall NT Open one day a year for visitors on Heritage Day. Holiday Accommodation - Rambling Suffolk farmhouse built around 1600
Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse EH Thornton Abbey’s enormous and ornate fortified gatehouse is the largest and amongst the finest of all English Monastic gatehouses.
Threave Castle HS
Threave Garden & Estate NTS A garden for all seasons and a haven for wildlife, with an osprey platform and bat reserve
Thrumpton Hall HHA
Tilbury Fort EH Spend a great family day out at Tilbury Fort in Essex. Explore the magazine houses or the bastion magazine passages of this fort on the Thames estuary that has protected London’s seaward approach.
Tinkinswood Burial Chamber CADW A spectacular feat of prehistoric engineering
Tintagel Castle EH Tintagel Castle is a magical day with its wonderful location, set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast. It offers dramatic views, fascinating ruins and a stunning beach café.
Tintagel Old Post Office NT One of the Trust's most delightful medieval buildings, enhanced by a cottage garden
Tintern Abbey CADW Gothic masterpiece became a Romantic symbol of the sublime
Tintinhull Garden NT A place of floral beauty, tranquillity and innovation - a gardener's garden paradise.
Tissington Hall HHA
Titchfield Abbey EH The ruins of a 13th century Premonstratensian abbey, later converted into a Tudor mansion. The church was rebuilt as a grand turreted gatehouse.
Titsey Place HHA
Tiverton Castle HHA
Tolquhon Castle HS
Tomnaverie Stone Circle HS
Torhouse Stone Circle HS
Torphichen Preceptory HS
Torr a'Chaisteal Dun HS
Torridon NTS Majestic mountain paradise for hikers, climbers, geologists and nature lovers
Torrylin Cairn HS
Totnes Castle EH A classic Norman motte and bailey castle, founded soon after the Conquest to overawe the Saxon town. A later stone shell-keep crowns its steep mound, giving views across the town to the River Dart.
Towneley Hall HHA
Townend NT Atmospheric farmhouse full of quirky objects and fascinating stories
Toys Hill NT Discover the place that inspired Octavia Hill to found the National Trust
Traquair House HHA
Treasurer's House, Martock NT Small medieval house
Treasurer's House, York NT A house of contradictions, café and garden in the centre of York
Tredegar House NT A place shaped by the local community, Tredegar House and its surrounding gardens and parkland stand proudly at the heart of Newport’s heritage.
Trefignath Burial Chamber CADW A trio of tombs
Tregiffian Burial Chamber EH A Neolithic or early Bronze Age chambered tomb with an entrance passage, walled and roofed with stone slabs, leading into the central chamber.
Tregrehan HHA
Tregwehelydd Standing Stone CADW Splintered remains of a Bronze Age monument
Trelissick NT A welcoming country house and garden set in an estate with stunning maritime views and lovely woodland walks
Trengwainton Garden NT Sheltered garden bursting with exotic trees and shrubs
Treowen HHA
Trerice NT Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden
Trethevy Quoit EH This well-preserved and impressive Neolithic 'dolmen' burial chamber stands 2.7 metres (8.9 ft) high. There are five standing stones, surmounted by a huge capstone.
Tretower Court and Castle CADW Two-in-one architectural wonder spans 900 years of history
Trevose Head NT Jutting into the Atlantic, Trevose Head commands views for miles along the coast
Trewithen HHA
Trinity House HS
Tudor Merchant's House NT Time travel to Tudor Tenby and discover what life was like at our 15th century merchant's house.
Tullibardine Chapel HS
Turvey House HHA
Twthill, Rhuddlan CADW Medieval mound where a long-lost castle once stood
Ty Mawr Standing Stone CADW Solitary, strangely shaped Bronze Age monument
Tynemouth Priory and Castle EH With its 2000 year history and beautiful views, Tynemouth Castle and Priory is perfect for a family fun day out. Once one of the largest fortified areas in England, it is on the North East coast.
Tyntesfield NT Spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house with garden and parkland
TÅ· Newydd Burial Chamber CADW Prehistoric art and arrowheads
Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant NT Traditional stone-built upland 16th-century farmhouse
Uffington Castle - White Horse and Dragon Hill EH Three atmospheric sites lie along the Ridgeway. Uffington 'Castle' is a large Iron Age hillfort, Dragon Hill a natural mound associated in legend with St George.
Ugbrooke House HHA
Uley Long Barrow (Hetty Pegler's Tump) EH A partly reconstructed Neolithic chambered mound, 37 metres (120 ft) long, atmospherically sited overlooking the Severn Valley. 'Hetty Pegler' was its 17th century landowner.
Ulverscroft Nature Reserve NT Reserve in the care of the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust
Unst & Yell NTS Glorious Shetland islands known for seabird colonies, ‘dratsies’, seals and ponies
Unstan Chambered Cairn HS
Upnor Castle EH Set in tranquil grounds adjoining a riverside village, this rare example of an Elizabethan artillery fort was begun in 1559 and redeveloped in 1599-1601, to protect warships at Chatham dockyards.
Uppark House and Garden NT Uppark: a tranquil and intimate 18th-century house
Upper Plym Valley EH Some 300 Bronze Age and medieval sites, covering 15 square kilometres (6 square miles) of Dartmoor landscape.
Upper Slaughter Manor Gardens HHA
Upton House and Gardens NT Come and see how Lord & Lady Bearsted made Upton House and Gardens the perfect country retreat for their family in the 1930s. You can also discover Lord Bearsted's famous art collection including works by Bosch, Stubbs and Canaletto.
Urquhart Castle HS
Valle Crucis Abbey CADW Majestic medieval abbey was legendary for its lavish feasts
Vann HHA
Ventnor Downs NT Dramatic views from the highest point on the Island
Waddesdon Manor NT A Rothschild House and Gardens
Wakehurst NT Botanical garden with the world's largest seed conservation project
Walcot Hall HHA
Wall Roman Site EH Wall was an important staging post on Watling Street, the Roman military road to North Wales. It provided overnight accommodation for travelling Roman officials and imperial messengers.
Wallington NT Discover Wallington, where an historical house meets rolling hills, woodlands and walled gardens.
Walltown Crags - Hadrian's Wall EH One of the best places of all to see the Wall, dramatically snaking and diving along the crags of the Whin Sill.
Walmer Castle and Gardens EH Built during the reign of King Henry VIII and perched on the picturesque Kent coastline, Walmer Castle is one of the most fascinating visitor attractions in the South East.
Walsingham Abbey HHA
Waltham Abbey Gatehouse and Bridge EH A fine 14th century gatehouse, bridge and other remains of the abbey refounded by Harold, last Saxon King of England.
Wanlockhead Beam Engine HS
Warkworth Castle and Hermitage EH If you are planning a fun family day out in Northumberland then look no further than Warkworth Castle with its magnificent cross-shaped keep crowning a hilltop above the River Coquet.
Warton Old Rectory EH A rare survival of a large 14th-century stone house with great hall and chambers. It served as a residence and courthouse for the wealthy and powerful rectors of Warton.
Wasdale NT Towering mountains and the deepest lake in England
Washington Old Hall NT Manor house associated with the family of George Washington, first president of the USA
Watersmeet NT Dramatic river gorge, ancient woodlands, tea garden and shop in stunning surroundings
Waverley Abbey EH Fragments of the church and monastic buildings of the first Cistercian abbey in England, founded in 1128.
Wayland's Smithy EH A fine and atmospheric Neolithic chambered long barrow 2km (11/4 miles) along the Ridgeway from the Uffington White Horse: it was once believed to be the habitation of the Saxon smith-god Wayland.
Weaver’s Cottage NTS Atmospheric cottage and hands-on museum where the traditional weaver’s craft comes to life
Webber's Post NT A fine lookout on the Holnicote Estate with views over Horner Wood and the wild expanse of moorland stretching up to Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor.
Weeting Castle EH The ruins of a substantial early medieval moated manor house, built in local flint.
Wellbrook Beetling Mill NT Working water-powered mill used in the manufacture of linen
Wellington Arch EH Set in the heart of royal London, Wellington Arch was built as an original entrance to Buckingham Palace, later becoming a victory arch proclaiming Wellington's defeat of Napoleon.
Wellington Monument NT A striking landmark at the heart of an appeal for repair, on the edge of the Blackdown Hills.
Wembury NT A spectacular stretch of coastline boasting dramatic cliffs, diverse wildlife and a beach renowned for rockpooling
Wenlock Edge NT An 18 mile limestone escarpment
Wenlock Priory EH Tranquil ruins in lovely setting. Re-founded by the Normans as a priory. Unusual washing fountain with 12th century carvings, extravagantly decorated chapter house, topiary-filled cloister garden.
Wentworth Castle Gardens NT Glorious gardens, woodland and parkland, created for the privileged few and preserved for everyone to enjoy
Weobley Castle CADW High-society home with its very own watchtower
West Affric NTS Wild mountain landscape with peatlands, moorlands and woodlands, home to black grouse, golden eagles and water voles
West Dean Gardens HHA
West Green House Garden NT Celebrated garden with an intriguing collection of follies
West Kennet Avenue, Avebury EH This ‘avenue’ originally of around 100 pairs of prehistoric standing stones, was raised to form a winding 1 1⁄2 mile ritual link between the pre-existing monuments of Avebury and The Sanctuary.
West Kennet Long Barrow, Avebury EH One of the largest and most impressive Neolithic chambered tombs in Britain. Built in around 3650 BC and used for a short time only, nearly 50 people were buried here before the chambers were blocked.
West Port, St Andrews HS
West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath NT Woods, heaths and the best coastal views
West Wycombe Park, Village and Hill NT The elegant Palladian home of the Dashwood family and historic village
Westbury Court Garden NT Dutch water garden - a rare and beautiful survival
Western Heights, Dover EH A huge fortification begun during the Napoleonic Wars and completed in the 1860s, designed to protect Dover from French invasion. Only the moat can be visited.
Weston Park HHA
Westonbirt House HHA
Westquarter Dovecot HS
Westside Church, Tuquoy HS
Westwood Manor NT Fifteenth century stone manor house
Wetheral Priory Gatehouse EH Well-preserved 15th-century gatehouse, the sole survivor of a small Benedictine priory. A miniature 'pele-tower' containing two storeys of comfortable rooms, it later became a fortified vicarage.
Whalley Abbey Gatehouse EH The 14th century gatehouse of the nearby Cistercian abbey, which was the second wealthiest monastery in Lancashire. The first floor of the gatehouse was probably a chapel.
Wharram Percy Deserted Medieval Village EH The most famous and intensively studied of Britain's 3,000 or so deserted medieval villages, Wharram Percy occupies a remote but attractive site in a beautiful Wolds valley.
Whatton House & Gardens HHA
Wheal Coates NT Dramatic ruins on cliffs carpeted with heather and gorse.
Wheeldale Roman Road EH A mile-long stretch of enigmatic ancient road - probably Roman but possibly later or earlier - amid wild and beautiful moorland, still with its hard core and drainage ditches.
Whipsnade Tree Cathedral NT Trees, hedges and shrubs planted in the form of a medieval cathedral
Whitby Abbey EH The inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula, Whitby Abbey sits high on a cliff overlooking the picturesque Yorkshire seaside town.
White Barrow NT Well preserved Neolithic long barrow
White Castle CADW The shape of things to come? An early glimpse of Edward I’s Welsh castle-building project
White Horse Hill NT Ancient rolling downland, home to an enigmatic chalk hill figure
White Ladies Priory EH Ruins of the late 12th century church of a small nunnery of 'white ladies' or Augustinian Canonesses. Charles II hid nearby in 1651, before moving to Boscobel House.
White Mill NT Corn mill with original wooden machinery in a peaceful riverside setting
White Park Bay NT Beautiful stretch of golden sand on the North Antrim coast
Whiteford and North Gower NT The quiet north Gower coast with its extensive saltmarsh and dunes
Whitehaven Coast NT There are hidden gems of history and wildlife along this post-industrial coastline
Whithorn Priory and Museum HS
Whitmore Hall HHA
Whittington Court HHA
Wichenford Dovecote NT 17th-century half-timbered dovecote
Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve NT The National Trust's oldest nature reserve, and England's most famous fen
Wideford Hill Chambered Cairn HS
Wightwick Manor and Gardens NT The legacy of a family's passion for Victorian art and design
Wigmore Castle EH One of the most important castles in the history of the Welsh Marches and major centre of power for over 500 years, hosting royalty on several occasions. Deliberately demolished during the Civil War.
Wilderhope Manor NT Elizabethan gabled manor house
Willington Dovecote and Stables NT Outstanding 16th-century stone dovecote and stable building
Willowford Wall, Turrets and Bridge - Hadrian's Wall EH A fine 914 metre (2,999 feet) stretch of Wall, including two turrets and impressive bridge remains beside the River Irthing. Linked by a bridge to Birdoswald Roman Fort.
Wilton House HHA
Wimpole Estate NT A working estate still guided by the seasons, with an impressive mansion, parkland, gardens and Home Farm
Win Green NT Prominent landmark with fine views
Winchester City Mill NT Working watermill in the heart of Winchester
Winchester Palace EH Part of the great hall of Winchester Palace, built in the early 13th century as the London house of the Bishops of Winchester. Most of the palace was destroyed by fire in 1814.
Windmill Hill, Avebury EH Classic Neolithic causewayed enclosure, with three concentric but intermittent ditches. Large quantities of animal bones found here indicate feasting, animal trading or rituals, or perhaps all three.
Windmill Tump Long Barrow, Rodmarton EH A Neolithic chambered tomb with an enigmatic 'false entrance'. Opinions vary as to why this false entrance was built.
Wingfield Manor EH The vast and immensely impressive ruins of a palatial medieval manor house, with a huge undercrofted Great Hall and a defensible High Tower 22 metres (72 feet) tall.
Winkworth Arboretum NT A landscape arboretum reflecting the colours of each changing season
Winshields Wall - Hadrian's Wall EH The highest point on the Wall, in rugged country with spectacular views.
Winster Market House NT The first property to be acquired by the National Trust in the Peak District
Winterbourne House & Garden HHA
Winterbourne Poor Lot Barrows EH A 'cemetery' of 44 Bronze Age burial mounds of varying types and sizes, straddling the A35 main road.
Wiston Castle CADW Well-preserved motte-and-bailey with a turbulent history
Witley Court and Gardens EH A hundred years ago, Witley Court was one of England's great country houses, hosting many extravagant parties. Today it is a spectacular ruin, the result of a disastrous fire in 1937.
Witley and Milford Commons NT A rich and varied landscape buzzing with wildlife
Woburn Abbey HHA
Wolfeton House HHA
Wollerton Old Hall Garden HHA
Wolvesey Castle (Old Bishop's Palace) EH Wolvesey has been an important residence of the wealthy and powerful Bishops of Winchester since Anglo-Saxon times.
Woodchester Mansion HHA
Woodchester Park NT Beautiful secluded wooded valley
Woodhenge EH Dating from about 2300 BC, markers now replace rings of timber posts, which once possibly supported a ring-shaped building. Discovered in 1925 when rings of dark spots were noticed in a crop of wheat.
Woolacombe NT Spectacular coastline of cliff, coves, beaches, dunes and headlands
Woolbeding Countryside NT Experience a landscape shaped by traditional rural life
Woolbeding Gardens NT Nestled in a quiet corner of West Sussex lies a true horticultural haven bursting with colourful planting, sensational views and a whole host of surprises.
Woolsthorpe Manor NT Isaac Newton changed the world here
Wordsworth House and Garden NT Step back to the 1770s at William Wordsworth’s childhood home
Wray Castle NT Gothic Revival castle sitting on the shores of Lake Windermere with turrets, towers and informal grounds
Wrest Park EH Explore the evolution of the English garden and take a stroll through three centuries of landscape design at Wrest Park.
Wroxeter Roman City EH Wroxeter (or 'Viroconium' ) was the fourth largest city in Roman Britain. It began as a legionary fortress and later developed into a thriving civilian city.
Wynyard Hall HHA
Y Fferm HHA
Yarmouth Castle EH Yarmouth Castle, Isle of Wight provides a picnic spot with views over the Solent for a lovely relaxing family day. Step inside and discover how the rooms were used in the 16th century.
York Cold War Bunker EH The most modern and spine chilling of English Heritage’s properties the York Cold War Bunker uncovers the secret history of Britain’s Cold War.
Yorkshire Coast NT Varied coastal area with natural history and industrial archaeology interest
Yorkshire Dales NT Enjoy picturesque villages, drystone walls, flower filled hay meadows and the characteristic rolling hills of the Dales.
Ysbyty Ifan NT An agricultural estate, rich in wildlife and history