Attractions for category: Historic Attractions

  • South Tynedale Railway
     

    South Tynedale Railway

    The South Tynedale Railway is a charming narrow gauge railway running from Alston towards Northumberland. Constructed by volunteers on the foundation of a former standard gauge branch between Newcastle and Carlisle, the line is full […]

     
     
  • Saltburn Inclined Tramway
     

    Saltburn Inclined Tramway

    Why would you travel between the beach promenade and Saltburn any other way? With its first opening on 1884, Saltburn Inclined Tramway is the oldest surviving water-balanced cliff lift in Britain. It transports locals and […]

     
     
  • HMS Trincomalee
     

    HMS Trincomalee

    The HMS Trincomalee is a Royal Navy sailing frigate which has been fully refurbished and is now a fascinating museum in Hartlepool. It exhibits information and artefacts about the ship’s history and British maritime. Open all […]

     
     
  • Heatherslaw Light Railway
     

    Heatherslaw Light Railway

    Heatherslaw Light Railway is a 15” gauge railway running from Heatherslaw to Etal Village. The 13 km round trip that takes approximately 50 minutes, perfect for a quick day out! Climb aboard the miniature train, […]

     
     
  • West Somerset Railway
     

    West Somerset Railway

    The West Somerset Railway is a must-do for any railway enthusiast. The railway houses the longest standard gauge heritage railway in Britain. You can enjoy 20 miles of scenic touring through the Somerset countryside and […]

     
     
  • Waddesdon Manor
     

    Waddesdon Manor

    Waddesdon Manor is a fantasy French chateau nestled in the English countryside. Built in neo-Renaissance style by the Rothschild family, the house is full of history and hidden treasures. Admire the stunning architecture as you […]