Category Archives: Wiltshire

GWR First Class Review: Travel to the West Country in Style

If you’re travelling around the West Country, rail is one of the best ways to do it.  Great Western Railway connects London Paddington with cities like Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth and ventures all the way down to Penzance in Cornwall. The journey time from London to various destinations in the West Country can range anywhere […]

National Trust vs English Heritage: Which Membership to Buy

A clear day at Stonehenge, Somerset

If you are based in the UK and want to explore more historical sites, you might be wondering National Trust vs English Heritage – which is better?  Both of these heritage organisations celebrate Britain’s history, and membership at either gives you the chance to visit their sites free of charge.  You could purchase both memberships, […]

National Trust Review: Is Membership Worth It?

A view of the outside of Trerice, an Elizabethan manor house and one of the best National Trust places in Cornwall

If you’re searching for a full National Trust review, look no further! This blog post will detail all the information that you need. If you’re interested in travel, history, architecture, horticulture or nature and are based anywhere in the UK or visit the country often, a National Trust membership could be a fantastic investment. Having […]

Full English Heritage Review: Is Membership Worth It?

Stonehenge in Wiltshire, South West England

If you’re interested in history, you’ve got to read this English Heritage review! English Heritage membership is a fantastic investment for archaeology or history lovers – or for people who just want to see more of the UK in a cost-effective way. With it, you can enjoy unlimited access to all of their wonderful castles, […]

How to Visit Stonehenge – England’s Prehistoric Stone Circle

Stonehenge in Wiltshire, South West England

If you’re wondering how to visit Stonehenge, this article will help you out! It has all the information that you might need about the UK’s mythical stone circle.  Stonehenge is one of the most famous attractions in the UK. An enigmatic prehistoric monument, these sarsen stones date back to between 3000-2000 BC.  The real mystery […]