English Heritage Re-Open A Plethora Of Picture Perfect Attractions
Saturday the 13th June marked a great moment for local tourism in the UK.
The English Heritage reopened a host of magnificent historical sites to the public.
Here’s the 6 sites that have just been reopened:
- 1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield, East Sussex, TN33 0AE
- Beeston Castle and Woodland Park, Cheshire, CW6 9TX
- Brodsworth Hall and Gardens, South Yorkshire, DN5 7XJ
- Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden, Warwickshire, CV8 ING
- Old Sarum, Wiltshire, SP1 3SD
- Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, MK45 4HR
Making magical memories at Whitby Abbey
In an excerpt from their announcement on www.english-heritage.org.uk they said:
“To help keep everyone safe, we’re introducing bookable arrival time slots and limiting visitor numbers by about a third. Because of this, you’ll need to book your visit in advance and show your booking confirmation when you arrive – either as a printout or on a mobile device.
We’re expecting high demand for tickets, so we’d be grateful if you could only book if you’re sure you can make the date and time of your visit.
Grimsthorpe Castle Park & Gardens, Grimsthorpe, Bourne, UK
It's a perfect time to take a trip with a loved one, or let the kids blow off some steam after far too many hours bouncing off the walls in lockdown. Showing them the beauty of their surroundings, teaching them a pinch about history and letting them burn themselves out having fun in the process, is a WIN-WIN-WIN!
What's More - We've Secured You A 15% Discount!
A brave knight defending Dover castle
The discount will run until the end of the month but will no longer be redeemable by July 1st.
It’s also been announced an additional 45 membership sites will open on the 4th July, which would make for 51 total membership sites accessible to the public. But you can't wait until then to secure your discount it'll be too late!
There’s a good chance that there’ll be something spectacular near you (and with holidays all but cancelled for now lord knows we need a day out)!
Don’t sit dreaming of the historical architecture and romance of history from your sofa, get your bum moving and see some of the beautiful Castles, Gardens and Abbeys in your own back garden!
Time Sensitive 15% Discount Using Code 'EH2020'
P.S We’d like to extend a sincere note of gratitude to Kate Mavor, Chief Executive of English Heritage, and their entire team for working diligently to reopen Britain's most beautiful cultural locations.