A visit to The Canterbury Tales, one of Britain’s most popular attractions, is just like stepping into medieval England complete with stunning reconstructions of 14th Century Canterbury.
Inside the historic building you can step back into medieval Canterbury with all its splendours. Here you can join Geoffery Chaucer (England’s finest poet) and his colourful characters as they journey from London towards the shrine of St. Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral.
A timeless exhibition from the makers of The Canterbury Tales and the perfect introduction to one of England’s finest spa towns.
The legacy of the Georgians surrounds you in Royal Tunbridge Wells. At A Day at the Wells you take a journey to discover the very essence of life in this most English of Georgian towns.
Visit this unique exhibition and experience the sights, sounds and even smells of a summer’s day on the Pantiles in 1740’s Tunbridge Wells. Discover life during one of England’s most charming, yet intriguing, eras.
Recognised as an excellent introduction to Oxford, The Oxford Story Exhibition captures the very essence of the University’s and the City’s fascinating and enigmatic 800 year history.
Located within an extensive and historic three storey former book warehouse, and designed by the team which created the world-famous Jorvik Viking Centre, here you climb aboard Europe’s longest indoor “dark” ride to explore the University’s early beginnings and fascinating facts behind its record-breaking discoveries.