English Heritage

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If you love history and having days out in the England, there is nothing better than an English Heritage membership.  We have a joint membership which would also allow children free entry under the age of 19.

In the past year we’ve visited Stonehenge, Osborne House, Hadrians Wall, Chesters Roman Fort and Museum, Whitby Abbey, Warkworth Castle, Bessie Surtees House, Belsay Hall Castle and Gardens, Lindisfarne Priory, Tynemouth Priory and Castle, Scarborough Castle, Pickering Castle, Middleham Castle, Rievaulx Abbey, Ironbridge, Carisbrooke Castle and Appuldurcombe House.

Wonderful days out from the Isle of Wight all the way up to Edinburgh.  There are lots of places to choose from as part of English Heritage around the country.

As part of a partnership with the National Trust and Historic Scotland we’ve also visited:

Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Gardens and Edinburgh Castle.

Lots of history and gorgeous gardens are accessible and are all part of our social history, if you’d like some great days out I highly recommend an English Heritage membership!

More information can be found about English Heritage at:


You receive a membership card and handbook every year along with quarterly magazines telling you about special events.

The only question now is where should we go next?

I have not been asked or paid to write this article.  All comments are my own.
I also have a current membership with the National Trust so we’ve visited Mottistone Manor Garden and Staunton Harold Church.


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