The house is set in expansive parkland, and backed by wooded, rocky hills rising to heather moorland and contains a unique collection of priceless paintings, furniture, Old Master drawings, neoclassical sculptures, books and other artifacts, Chatsworth has been selected as the UK's favourite country house several times and we hope you'll understand why throughout the tour.
It is the perfect guide for a visit or can be enjoyed as a virtual tour from home. This tour is for adults and young people, and is an ideal companion for a day at Chatsworth.
Set amongst the magnificent scenery of Royal Deeside, in the shadows of Lochnagar is the Balmoral Estate.
Purchased by Queen Victoria in 1848, the Estate has been the Scottish Home of the British Royal Family ever since.
The Estate covers about 20,000 hectares (just over 50,000 acres) acres of heather clad hills, ancient Caledonian woodland, policies and of course the beautiful River Dee is nearby.
Over the past 150 years careful stewardship by the owners, The Royal Family, has preserved the wildlife, scenery and architecture which is available for all generations to enjoy.
This is the perfect companion guide for a visit to the Estate, or can be enjoyed as a virtual tour from home. This tour is for adults and young people.
There is a lot to see and discover here. This app will allow you to tailor your visit, with suggested itineraries for days out, and an interactive spotter to help identify and track wildlife and flora as you explore the area. The information you provide helps deliver a wildlife health check of the site and gives us invaluable information to inform our practical management work.
You can also follow one of our trails, share your photos and queries with our Rangers and lots more.
This multimedia guide gives you the opportunity to explore Carmarthen town and its many histories in both English and Welsh
The faces of the Tudor monarchs are some of the most familiar from British history. They have been reproduced and re-imagined for over 500 years.
For the first time, new research into the way in which these images were produced allows us to rediscover how the Tudors would have been seen in their own time.
There's a fairytale quality to Bolsover Castle that makes it a firm favourite with anyone looking for a great value day out in the East Midlands. Highlights include the sumptuously painted walls and ceilings of the Little Castle, intricately carved fireplaces and the magnificent indoor Riding House.
Enter the wonderful world of Sir William Cavendish for spectacularly decorated rooms, cavalier capers and horsing around as Bolsover Castle takes you back to the 1630's like never before!
Situated in Denbighshire, North Wales, Bodelwyddan Castle is set in 260 acres of magnificent parkland. The Castle is a regional partner of the National Portrait Gallery and is open to the public most days throughout the year.
This guide will enhance your visit by providing a detailed tour of the Victorian interior and the portraits that are displayed. You can hear from the Volunteers and staff members on what they like most about the castle, and you can play fun filled games as well.
Rose Theatre's beautiful 900 seat circular auditorium is situated in the idyllic Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames, its circular design brings great intimacy and epic scale to all the productions that appear here.
Working with the local restaurant owners and businesses, we have provided exclusive offers only available with this app! So if you fancy something a little more than your Chicken Chow Mein, or want to quench your thirst with a refreshing Bubble Tea, come and visit Chinatown be sure to check out our local offers!
This app was created as part of the London Chinatown Oral History Project conducted by the Chinese Mental Health Association. The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Through events, groups, information sharing and innovative projects, CHAHP involves local residents in all aspects of the heritage and landscape, aiming to celebrate local distinctiveness, protect wildlife and livestock grazing, conserve mining and prehistoric sites, and encourage local skills training.
This app enables you to explore the Caradon Hill area and its landmarks, from the Hurlers Stone Circles to the Cheesewring. It includes interviews with local experts, performances by local story tellers and much, much more.