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Our picks for Summer
Things to do in July
There's plenty going on at English Heritage sites in July! See what we've been doing at Framlingham Castle all winter as our £1.2 million visitor improvement project opens, or visit one of our other historic places with excellent exhibitions and things to do inside. You could also plan a visit with a literary link.
You might also be starting to plan your summer - check out our summer events calendar, which has suggestions for events and things to do for every day from today until September.Read more on the blog
Summer Events Calendars
Are you ready to plan a fun-filled summer? We've created national and regional calendars picking out something to do every day in July and August 2017 including events, places to visit and things to do.
Days out without a car
Planning a day trip this summer doesn’t have to mean getting in the car. Many of our historic places can be visited by public transport, by bike, on foot - or a mixture.
Excellent Exhibitions and sites with lots to see indoors
We're investing in new exhibitions and interpretation for many of our historic sites. If you haven't visited for a while, come and see how things have changed.
Explore the commanding castles which march inland from the coast to the Dales, the wild moors and the tranquil ruins of abbeys and priories that you'll find in 'God's own country' of North Yorkshire.
TOP 8 THINGS TO DO IN ENGLAND
Whether you're planning your own holiday around the UK or you have visitors coming to stay, sometimes you need a bit of inspiration to help plan the perfect trip.
From exploring the frontier of the Roman empire to seeing Stonehenge, here's our pick of the top 8 things to do in England.Get more inspiration
Stories from our blog
The real wonder women of WW1
It’s the start of summer blockbuster season, and Wonder Woman is the latest hero to hit the cinemas. The film, set during the First World War, was partly filmed at Tilbury Fort in Essex.
In the movie, Wonder Woman leaves her home on Themyscira to help fight in World War One. She’s not the only one. While they weren’t fighting in the trenches like Diana, many real women left the lives they knew to contribute to the war effort.
We’re taking a look at some remarkable historical women – the real wonder women of World War I.Read the blog
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