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This post is in collaboration with Visit York. I’ve been to many UK cities since moving here in 2013, but there is one that always remains at the top of my list… and... READ MORE
For three weeks I was on the Open Palace Programme, a heritage and museum tour of the United Kingdom. Alongside private tours, we heard from some of the leading experts in the field and... READ MORE
There are Historical markers everywhere. You’ve seen them. Brown signs along the highways that tell you, “Historical marker 1 mile ahead on right.” If you have pulled over at any number of them,... READ MORE
As many people know, I’m currently based in the city of Glasgow (although soon to be uprooting!). But I was thinking the other day about how I don’t actually write that much about this... READ MORE
Out of all of the places I have had the pleasure of visiting, Montecassino (sometimes spelled Monte Cassino) stands out as one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen. Located west... READ MORE
This past weekend we had the wonderful opportunity of visiting Historic Scotland’s “The Rock of Ages” event at Dumbarton Castle. It was a fun-filled day for visitors of all ages. It was also a... READ MORE
Since the discovery of Richard III’s remains under a car park in Leister, there has been an exploding interest in the Wars of the Roses. It is safe to say that the bloody... READ MORE