Category: Heritage Attractions

Earl's Palace, Kirkwall

Earl's Palace, Kirkwall The extensive remains of one of the finest examples of post-medieval architecture in Scotland, located beside the Cathedral and opposite the old Bishop’s Palace. The Earl’s Palace was built by Earl Patrick Stewart, using forced labour to…

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St Mary Magdalene Leper Hospital Chapel

St Mary Magdalene Leper Hospital Chapel The chancel of a medieval hospital for lepers stands in a public park on the eastern fringe of Gloucester. The hospital, now demolished, was founded for female lepers around 1150. Inside the chapel is…

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Polesden Lacey

Polesden Lacey Polesden Lacy is a Regency house transformed into a superb Edwardian mansion by brewery heiress Mrs Ronald Greville. A glittering array of formal rooms are decorated with fabulous portraits including works by Raeburn and Reynolds. Go to Source…

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Little Witchingham, St Faith's Church

Little Witchingham, St Faith's Church A small country church, possessing a range of excellent 14th century wall paintings. The church dates to the 12th century, with a 15th century tower. Go to Source Author:

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King's Lynn

King's Lynn One of the largest towns in Norfolk, Kings Lynn has one of the most historic town centres in the country. Here you will find medieval, Tudor, Georgian, and Victorian buildings jostling side by side, with narrow, winding alleys…

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