Quirky, unusual and hidden places across England.
York Castle is a Norman Castle that has witnessed Viking invasion, Civil War and shocking hate crimes.
Viktor Wynd Museum
The Viktor Wynd Museum: where else can you find old master etchings alongside celebrity faeces; Happy Meal toys next to…
The pleasant cobbled streets of York's Shambles once ran red with blood and guts. Now, it's the perfect place to buy a …
Twinings Tea Shop
Before there was Starbucks, before there was Coca Cola, before there was even the USA, there was the Twinings tea shop.
Known locally as Flicker Alley, Cecil Court was a vital hub of early British cinema with international connections.
A London prison made famous by a Michael Caine film, a song by The Jam and a rooftop protest by the IRA, Wormwood Scrub…
The Temple of Mithras
The remnants of an ancient military cult that once threatened to takeover the world, the Temple of Mithras is a London …
50 Berkeley Square: A House of Bloody Bones
Once declared the most haunted house in London, 50 Berkeley Square has a body count to send shivers down your spine. Th…
A Georgian alley thought to be one of the main inspirations of Harry Potter's Diagon Alley, Goodwin's Court is the perf…
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