Inspire Me

Inspire me

Find ideas for things to do this season, read our latest blog posts and news stories, plus keep up with us on social media for weekend inspiration. Go in depth and discover our historic gardens, travel guides, historic walks, Victorian recipes and more. All the inspiration you need is right here.

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Our picks this season

Things to do in January

A new year is here, and there are many ways to enjoy it in the places where history happened. Take a winter walk through England’s most beautiful historic landscapes, or cook up some Victorian winter recipes that are sure to keep the chill out. It’s all here in our monthly round-up.

Here's our pick of things to see and do this month... 

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF WINTER

There may be a chill in the air but winter is a great season to go exploring, so we’ve put together ideas to help you plan the ultimate winter day out. Enjoy walks that take in some of our most atmospheric properties, read about the best places to escape the crowds and be inspired by English Heritage Members’ recommendations of their favourite things to do this season.

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DAYS OUT INSPIRATION DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX

Get tips and ideas for historic days out straight to your inbox when you subscribe to our monthly days out newsletter.

Featuring places to go, walks and holidays away, plus all the latest events, it has everything you need to plan ahead and explore the past each month.  

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Plan a holiday in history

From coast to countryside, our holiday cottages give you the chance to enjoy a break in the heart of some of England’s most iconic historic locations. 

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RECENT STORIES FROM OUR BLOG

1816: THE YEAR THE SUN NEARLY DIED

To celebrate the winter solstice, we teamed up with the Science Museum to explore the ways in which humans have made sense of the sun throughout history. 

Lead curator of the Science Museum’s exhibition Dr Harry Cliff explores this ‘year without summer’, and the fear and art it inspired. 

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