Canal and River Trust
Whether you’re an adventurous thrill-seeker at home on the white water rapids or more at home with a gentle stroll and a peaceful pint, our canals and rivers have something for you.
Churches Conservation Trust
From cosmopolitan cities to the tops of hills, in sleepy villages or close by the sea, wherever they are, visiting a CCT church makes a perfect day out.
Visit Cromford Mills in the Derwent Valley World Heritage Site Gateway and discover the heritage of this remarkable valley that changed the world.
Live and breathe the story of England at royal castles, historic gardens, forts and defences, world-famous prehistoric sites and many others.
Friends of Friendless Churches
Friends of Friendless Churches own over 40 former churches and chapels. All of them are listed - mostly Grade II* or Grade I - which means they are of very special, or exceptional interest.
Historic Houses Association
The Historic Houses Association (HHA) represents 1,600 of the UK's privately and charitably owned historic houses, castles and gardens, such as Chatsworth in Derbyshire and Lulworth Castle in Dorset.
Ironbridge Gorge Museums
There are 10 award-winning museums spread along the valley beside the wild River Severn. See the products that set industry on its path and the machines that made them. Watch and talk to the Museums’ craftsmen and costumed demonstrators.
National Coal Mining Museum for England
Enjoy a great day out with a unique opportunity to travel 140 metres underground down one of Britain's oldest working mines. Situated in a rural setting, the museum offers an unusual combination of exciting experiences, whilst telling the story of the lives of miners through the ages.
National Trust has hundreds of places of historic interest and natural beauty to visit.
Open House London
Open House London is the capital's largest annual festival of architecture and design. It takes place every year in September. Until then you can join in one of their year-round architecture tours.
Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings
Find out about the mill's significance as home to the world's first iron framed building, it’s role in the industrial revolution and the pioneers who made it happen.