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Blue Men of Minch

Pier Road, Lower Baybie, Isle of Lewis, Scotland, United Kingdom, HS2 0QD
Legend tells of a race of strange sea-creatures that live off the coast of the Isle of Lewis. Known as the Blue Men of Minch they are said to hunt in the stretch of sea…

Bletchley Park Museum

Sherwood Drive (off), Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, MK3 6EQ
Bletchley was Britain's centre for the decryption of enemy codes and ciphers during WWII. The complex at Milton Keynes houses the Bletchley Park Museum and the National Museum of Computing. It was at Bletchley that…

Blenheim Palace

Park Street, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, OX20 1PP
Blenheim Palace is a monumental mansion designed by the controversial architect Sir John Vanbrugh in the rare English Baroque style.  The palace was originally meant to be a gift from Queen Anne and the British…

Blairquhan Castle

B741, Straiton Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, KA19 7LY
Situated in the Heart of 'Robbie Burns' country, the current Blairquhan Castle was built between 1821 and 1824 by Sir David Hunter Blair, 3rd Baronet. Although essentially a new building, it used many of the…

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

525 Ocean Boulevard, Blackpool, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, FY4 1EZ
Blackpool first became fashionable as a seaside resort during the Victorian era and has remained popular ever since. Blackpool Pleasure Beach attracts more visitors than any other amusement park in Britain ranks within the top…

Blackness Castle

Loch Rd / Off St Ninians Way, Blackness, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, UK, EH49 7NH
This 15th century fortress, situated near the village of Blackness in Scotland, is well named given its dark past.  The castle has a reputation for being haunted and because of its shape and close proximity…

Big Ben & The Elizabeth Tower

St Margaret Street, Westminster, Greater London, England, United kingdom, SW1A 0AA
Although people often refer to the tower as Big Ben it is actually only the bell inside that has this name. The Tower is really called The Elizabeth Tower - named for HRH Queen Elizabeth…

Beaghmore Stone Circles

Blackrock Rd, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, BT80 9PA
The Beaghmore stone circles and cairns date back to the late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age periods around 2,000-1,200 BC. They were discovered quite recently in or arround 1942 and their magnitude went largely unnoticed…

Beacon Hill Toposcope

Monument Lane, Lickey (Hills) Worcestershire, England, United Kingdom, B45 9QQ
Perched on the top of Beacon Hill in the north of Worcestershire is the unusual Toposcope Fort. It is 11 miles southwest of Birmingham and is 298 metres (978 ft) above sea level. It offers…

Battle Museum

The Almonry, High Street, Battle, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom, TN33 0EA
The Battle Museum was refurbished in 2003 and since reopening to the public it's become a popular visitor destination. A significant part of the museum is dedicated to the history of gunpowder. In keeping with…

Bant’s Carn Burial Chamber

Pungies Lane, St Mary's Isle, Isles of Scilly, England, United Kingdom, TR21 0NP
Bant's Carn is the remains of a bronze Age / Iron Age burial mound - also known as an Entrance Grave - on the island of St Mary's off the coast of Cornwall. It was…

Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings

Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, UK, B60 4JR
The heritage associations of Britain make huge efforts to preserve historic buildings across the country. Where possible these are maintained where they were originally built. However, from time-to-time there is no choice but to remove…

Harvington Hall Priest Holes and Hides

Harvington Hall Lane Harvington Kidderminster Worcestershire England DY10 4LR
Harvington Hall is an Elizabethan manor house built on a triangular island bordered by a moat on two sides and a lake to the north. It was originally constructed by a devote Catholic, Humphrey Packington,…

Bostadh Iron Age Village

Bostadh Beach, Bosta, Isle of Lewis, Scotland, United Kingdom, HS2 9LT
Bostadh Iron Age village is located at the northern tip of the Island of Great Bernera in the outer Hebrides of Scotland. It was discovered in 1992 after a violent storm cut away a significant…

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