Are you planning a visit to the Thermae spa in Bath, the UK’s only naturally hot thermal bath? Here’s everything you need to know, with tips for your visit and what to expect.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park was the UK’s first sculpture park, and is still one of the world’s largest. Find out why you should go and get tips for your visit.
How to visit Manchester’s beautiful John Rylands Library. Read how the library came to be built, who John Rylands was and tips on what to see when you visit.
The East Lancashire Panopticons are four art installations set in the stunning scenery of Pennine Lancashire, just north of Manchester.
Visiting Wycoller village is a great day out in East Lancashire. See the ruined hall which inspired Jane Eyre, enjoy the views from the Atom Panopticon art installation and go hunting for fairies.
How to visit Victorian writer Elizabeth Gaskell’s house in Manchester. Advice on how to get to the house at 84 Plymouth Grove, what to see and events.
Salts Mill and Saltaire is one of my favourite places to visit. The old mill and the village that surrounds it combines all my favourite things – history, impressive architecture, quirky shops and cute cafes.
Visit Haworth and walk in the footsteps of the Brontë sisters. See where Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë wrote their most famous books and experience a charming Yorkshire town.
From the world’s tallest slide to making lollipops with your face on them, you’ll love this list of the best quirky and unusual things to do in London.