From coastal castles and fortresses, Palladian Houses, iconic landmarks and evocative ruined abbeys, English Heritage has a wealth of unique and stylish locations throughout England for your special occasion or event.
Everywhere we look, history surrounds us. English Heritage champions our historic places and advises the Government and others to help today's generation get the best out of our heritage and ensure that it is protected for future generations.
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Built in the 13th century, it has hosted royalty through the ages, including Edward II, Henry III and Henry V - who moved in fresh from victory over...
Once home to Henry VIII, Eltham Palace was extended in 1936 by millionaire Stephen Courtauld to become a dramatic and extravagant example of Art Deco...
After first visiting Osborne, England’s longest-reigning monarch wrote: 'It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot'. In 1845 the royal couple...
From its commanding position on the headland, Pendennis Castle has breathtaking panoramic views out to sea. This historic landmark combines a unique...
Ranger's House is an elegant Georgian villa built in 1723, which became the official residence of the 'Ranger of Greenwich Park'. From 1815 this post...
|St Mawes Castle
This pretty Tudor castle is perfect for intimate wedding ceremonies followed by dinner in the atmospheric Castle Keep. For larger parties dining can...
A Towering Venue For Memorable Events Now boasting two floors of newly refurbished event space, Wellington Arch is right on trend as a uniquely...
Grand Surroundings for Stylish Occasions Think of a grand French chateau in miniature, wonderful grounds with waterways, woodland, lawns and flower...
Kenwood is one of London’s most elegant mansions, with its graceful white stucco exteriors an imposing and well-loved landmark. It has...