History

Take flight into a world of history and heritage at The South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum in Doncaster! The museum is run by dedicated volunteers and labelled as a registered charity. Suitable and aimed towards all age …

Whether you’re a lifetime reds supporter or you simply want to experience one of the world’s most iconic football stadiums, visiting Anfield Stadium is a must for anyone visiting Liverpool, and Anfield’s tours are the best …

Experience an aviation museum like no other down in Cornwall! Learn about what it was like to fly these fantastic machines from inside the cockpit with their range of fighter jets and bombers. Their planes date …

Beaumaris Castle is a beautiful unfinished castle on the island of Anglesey. It was originally built as part of Edward I’s campaign to conquer North Wales in 1282 – it’s a huge military build, with almost …

Situated close to Liverpool’s famous Royal Albert Dock, the British Music Experience gives you the chance to peruse a huge interactive collection of British Rock and Pop music memorabilia and learn the history behind some of the …

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, …

Love exploring castles? It’s time to tick Carrickfergus Castle off your bucket list. Step into one of the best-preserved medieval buildings in Ireland and is the only castle in the country that has been continuously occupied …

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 …

Castle Coole, an 18th-century house, not only provides majestic splendour but also action-packed outdoor pleasure. Grab a card or a tracker pack to learn about their exciting family experiences. Explore on foot or bring your bikes …

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 …

Take a guided lamplit tour around one of the most remarkable systems of man-made caves in the UK at the Chislehurst Caves right underneath London! This amazing labyrinth of tunnels span over 6 hectares of maze …

All visitors in the Belfast area are encouraged to check out Belfast City Hall! Located at the centre of Donegall Square, the civic headquarters of Belfast City Council is open to the public 7 days a …

Take a trip round Britain’s largest harbour on one of their relaxing and picturesque cruises! With views of the islands beyond like Brownsea, the Dorset Lakelands, the Isle of Purbeck, and Old Harry Rocks, a coastal …

Are you interested in computing and wanting to learn more about the history behind it? Then the museum of computing is the place for you! The museum is run by volunteers and is a non-profit organisation, …

Get to the slammer! At The Crumlin Road Gaol, visitors can set foot in an old working prison that dates all the way back to 1845 and closed its doors as a functional prison in 1996. …

Make the most of your next visit to the Midlands of Ireland and visit the fantastic Derryglad Folk and Heritage Museum in Athlone! This museum showcases parts of Irish folk life from the 18th century up …

Dinosaur Isle (once known as the Museum of Isle of Wight Geology) is a one-of-a-kind immersive experience. They’re crazy about anything and everything dino-related – even the building itself was built in the shape of a …

Travel back through time at the Yorkshire Museum. Their collections are of national and international importance, and their museum welcomes thousands of visitors each year. The museum houses galleries showcasing some of Britain’s finest archaeological treasures …

If you’re a fan of classic TV or just fascinating Scottish history, Doune Castle has to be on your Stack! The site of filming for Monty Python, Outlander and even Game of Thrones, this medieval castle …

Looking for a historic day out in the Highlands? Known as the ‘Jewel in the crown of the Highlands’, Dunrobin castle is one of the largest and most beautiful intact castles in Scotland and only an …

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 …

Eltham Palace and Gardens’ collection of historic sites spans six millennia and includes palaces, mansions, hill figures, castles, abbeys, industrial sites, Roman forts, and even derelict mediaeval settlements. The preservation of these locations and their collections …

History, sports and Highland enthusiasts, we’ve got the perfect visit for your stack! Head to the Braemar Highland Games Centre to discover Scotland’s Highland Games, a fantastic exhibition that tells the story of this long-lasting tradition …

Want to visit somewhere truly special? Believed to be the home of St Cuthbert, the Island of Lindisfarne is a place of worship, tranquility, and jaw-dropping views. Located south of Berwick Upon Tweed, this bite-sized island …

Calling all history and architecture lovers! Do you want to experience something awe-inspiring on your next day off? If so, look no further than the famous Trinity College in Dublin city centre! This fantastic group of …

Fab 4 Taxi Tours is one of the first taxi sightseeing tours in Liverpool, as well as being consistently rated as one of the best (they’ve won Tourism Experience of the Year and many others!). They offer …

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 …

Are you a lover of history? Or do you just love the plethora of castle ruins that rural Ireland has to offer? If so, look no further than Fore Abbey in County Westmeath! These ruins are …

Do you love history? Then make sure to visit Victoria Park and Fossil Grove, when visiting Glasgow. This fascinating facility is located within Victoria Park and houses fossilised remains of an ancient forest. Here you can …

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 …

Want to visit one of Dorset’s most haunted spots? Knowlton Church is one of the most atmospheric places in Dorset and is also said to be the most haunted. Within the picturesque surroundings lies an aura …

The guildhall was bult in 1887 by Irish society, the building was named in honour of its connection to the city of London and its guilds. It was officially opened in 1890 as ab administrative centre. …