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Summer is the best time to visit a living history event, with this year boasting some of the grandest ever productions. From elegant Victorian tea parties to epic Civil War recreations, Culture24 picks the best re-enactments for summer 2015.
The bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo is upon us with scores of events happening over the next two weeks, but you still have time to catch some stunning Waterloo exhibitions throughout the summer. Here's ten of the best.
Can't make it to Runnymede for the Great Charter Festival? Want to know where to see a Magna Carta, explore its meaning and history or see its related artefacts? Our guide to Magna Carta exhibitions and locations across England will tell you where.
From the opening of Damien Hirst's personal collection of other artists, in London, to the National Videogame Arcade in Nottingham, here are a few things to look out for this year.
Follow our guide to the best art exhibitions in the capital in 2015. From a major Barbara Hepworth retrospective at Tate Britain to Ai Wei Wei at the Royal Academy, it's going to be another a vintage ......
What really happened at Bannockburn? How important was the battle, who were the main players, and what were the stakes? Come on a journey through Scotland and the north of England to revisit the......
Find the best dinosaur museums and collections in the UK with this Culture24 guide to the top ten dinosaur and fossil museum visits this summer.
There are many places where you can get lost in a maze in the UK - here are ten of the best mazes in UK heritage sites and gardens for you to explore this summer.
Go down a hobbit hole, stroll across the Severn, visit 100 acres of Welsh parkland or imagine life in an early 19th century Irish farmhouse - the best open air museums to visit this summer.
Some of the UK's top art galleries can be found just a stride away from the slot machine and fish and chip emporiums of our most popular seaside resorts. Discover them here with this Culture24 guide......
From the Historic Dockyard where his father worked as a Navy clerk to the Southwark Prison he once stayed in, follow our trail to follow the life of Charles Dickens.