Heritage

Are you an aircraft buff? Would you like to get up close and personal with over 40 different aircraft including vintage fighter planes and military helicopters? Look no further, as the Ulster Aviation Society may be …

Calling all music lovers across the globe! Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum is the home to an extensive collection of instruments, from functional bagpipes to miniature pipes made for Queen Mary’s dollhouse, there is plenty of history …

Want to journey back thousands of years through time? Come on a journey to Bamburgh Castle, situated on the gorgeous coastline of Northumberland, 150 feet above the great Bamburgh beach. Visitors of the castle can come …

If you’re looking to do some sight seeing whilst in Oxford we recommend you make a visit to The Bodleian Library. This is one of Oxford’s biggest landmarks and is a sight to behold with its …

Come and experience a little slice of heaven! The splendid Bodnant Garden is a National Trust property located in Conwy in Wales. It was founded in 1874 by Henry Davis Pochin, and it stayed in the …

The Bogside Artists are a trio of brothers Tom and William Kelly, and Kevin Hasson who are mural painters from Derry, Northern Ireland. Head to the Bogside Artists and experience the series of twelve large murals …

The site of Bunratty Castle has played an important role in Irish history. In 1250, Robert De Muscegros built a wooden stronghold, that was later converted to a stone castle by his predecessor, Thomas De Clare. …

Built in the 13th Century, Cahir Castle was the stronghold for the Butler Family who, for several centuries, were powerful members of the Lordship of Ireland and the Kingdom of Ireland. The design was cutting edge …

The Cambo Gardens and Estate is a great place to enjoy the outdoors! Famous across the world for their iconic Snowdrops, The Cambo estate covers the grand stately home, a stunning RHS Partner Georgian Walled Garden, …

Come and see the fairytale castle of your dreams! Tucked away between the historical beach trees of Fforest Fawr is Castell Coch, or the ‘Red Castle’. It was built by architect William Burges for the third …

Are you up for exploring an old castle and soaking up the glorious scenery of its beautifully kept gardens? Come along and visit Antrim Castle & Gardens when in the County Antrim area and enjoy everything …

Calling all history lovers! As you may well be aware, Ireland is scattered with Castles, from many different time periods. If this is something that you wish to explore, then make sure to visit Castle Roche …

Everyone is encouraged to come along and find out why this magnificent building is celebrated as the UK’s favourite 20th-century building! Coventry Cathedral is known all over the world as a breathtaking and unique venue! All …

The Cavern Club in Liverpool – calling itself “the most famous club in the world” – is a must-visit for any live music fans! The Cavern Club is one of the most iconic clubs in the …

Do you have a passion for history and looking for something a bit different while in London? The Churchill War Rooms could be just the activity for you! The site played a significant role in Britain’s …

All visitors are encouraged to visit Clifton House in Belfast! Visitors can experience the magnificent Georgian building, surrounded by tranquil gardens located in the heart of Belfast. In the past, the house was used as a …

Are you a funstacker that loves learning about history? And are you planning a trip to the Scottish Highlands? Then the Culloden Battlefield must surely be on your bucket list! Just outside the beautiful city of …

Discover the glorious 260-hectare estate that rises over a world of woods, beaches, secrets, and play parks! Culzean Castle is perched upon the beautiful Ayrshire cliffs and incorporates a magnificent atmosphere of the stunning surroundings. The …

Are you looking for something interesting to do on your next day off? If you love history, make sure to visit the Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience in Co Wexford. The ship aims to provide the most …

Ready to step back into the past? Head on down to the English village of Cranmore, near Shepton Mallet, Somerset to experience the magic of steam trains! Visit the engine shed and workshop to see restoration …

Relax on board our elegant boats as we explore a landscape rich in buried history and islands rich in legend. Visit one of the numerous lakefront establishments for some delectable local cuisine and drink, hospitality, and …

Follow in the footsteps of giants! Take in the stunning coastal views as you trek along the Giant’s Causeway. Made up of entirely naturally occurring hexagonal pillars, the causeway is a surreal sight. According to legend, …

Calling all history lovers! Have you ever wanted to learn more about Glasgow’s Shipbuilding heritage? Well then, look no further than the Fairfield Heritage. This fantastic museum acts as a celebration of the Govan area of …

All aboard the Mersey Ferry! Climb on board and embark on a 50-minute journey in which you will be captivated by Liverpool’s fascinating history as the world-famous waterfront uncovers itself before you! Hop on the decks …

Florence Court boasts a spectacular countryside location in West Fermanagh, surrounded by lush grassland and deep woods, with Benaughlin mountain rising in the distance. This expansive and pleasant location has something for everyone. During a guided …

Gatehouse Coffee is well known for having what many consider to be the best coffee in York – but what really makes it stand out is its magical location. Amazingly, the coffee shop itself is built …

The Causeway Coast has lots of tales, folklore, and history, with everything from ancient ruins carved by battling warriors to magnificent beaches, champion golf courses, and amazing cliff-top views. Many interesting stories are hidden behind castles …

Charles Fort is the place to be for any Funstackers that are keen to learn more about the military history of Ireland. Built on the ruins of Barry Óg Castle, a structure that played a key …

Step back in time with a visit to the Historylinks Museum. Dedicated to the history of Dornoch Parish, the permanent exhibition shows the Cathedral, feuding clans, the shameful burning of Scotland’s last alleged witch and the treachery …

Kirkcaldy Galleries first opened its doors in 2013 when Fife council went ahead with a huge £2.5 million refurbishment. Visitors will be spoilt for choice – the centre has many interesting things on-site, like a library, …

If national landmarks and historic buildings are your thing, then Kirkstall Abbey is a must for your bucket list! This incredible monastery is full of rich history and is situated in a beautiful location just a …