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A watercolour by the celebrated Flemish painter Joris Hoefnagel depicting Henry VIII's fabled lost palace of Nonsuch has been 'saved for the nation' by the V&A.
Back in the city for a third outing, the latest Bridget Jones film visits locations it might not have been allowed into back in 2001, say its producers.
The Victorian Society reveals its top ten endangered buildings of 2016 with everything from a sprawling Catholic seminary to a red brick Gothic orphanage crying out for a rescue plan.
The search is on for Britain's lost public sculptures as Historic England protects five more artworks
A ventilation shaft and a woman carrying a basket of hens on her head are among five artworks given new listed statuses by Historic England, who are trying to find missing public sculptures.
You could step inside Reading gaol, the Victorian prison where Oscar Wilde served a two-year sentence
Ministry of Justice-sanctioned tours will begin next month at Reading Gaol, the Victorian prison where Oscar Wilde spent most of his time as Prisoner C.3.3.
Taking Blackpool’s listed 19th century Winter Gardens as their home, dreamthinkspeak’s new work features a woman who spends 50 years living in the old building.
Archaeologists have found a plunge pool which could have been part of a healthy living fad in the late 19th century
A plunge pool could have been created during a pre-war period when people valued the health benefits of jumping into cold water, say archaeologists helping to transform Delapre Abbey in Northampton.
This female skeleton has been discovered at an ancient burial ground on the site of the Queen's Hillsborough Castle residence in Northern Ireland
Hundreds of volunteers have helped unearth a female skeleton which could be 1,000 years old and point to a long-gone medieval church at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland.
Culture24 takes a look at Britain's best and most beautiful cemeteries and graveyards. From Iona Island in Scotland to Arnos Vale in Bristol and, of course, Highgate Cemetery in London, these are......
Mummification, breadmaking and a manifesto for children: Family Friendly Museum Award nominees announced
Two museums in Wales, three in Sussex and Hampton Court Palace are among the names on the ten-venue shortlist for this year’s Family Friendly Museum Award.