Plan your day out in the East Midlands! Find hundreds of places to visit - museums, art galleries, historic attractions, castles and stately homes in Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
A home from 2,000 years ago: the Iron Age roundhouse excavated by archaeologists in a Northamptonshire village
An Iron Age roundhouse is at the centre of a settlement from more than 2,000 years ago excavated in the Midlands.
Archaeologist Iain Soden says he "ought to have sat down and had a stiff drink" after finding high-quality Roman pottery at a former nunnery where medieval remains were expected.
Modern forensic analysis will be paired with detailed historical research to reveal new insights into medieval British society hidden within medieval wax seals.
The best exhibitions to see in Birmingham and the West Midlands, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and the East Midlands throughout 2016.
Archaeologists from the University of Leicester have discovered valuable insights into Roman and medieval domestic life beneath a Leicester city centre bus depot.
The first exhibition in the UK devoted to the work of Sun Ra, the legendary jazz musician and Afro-Futurist, aims to present him as a “total artist” at Nottingham Contemporary.
A pair of hallowed mirrors, the earliest of which is decorated in swirling Celtic art designs from 100 BC, have gone on display in the first step on a national tour.
This spooky 300-year-old glass vessel was discovered intact by an archaeologist in front of the National Civil War Centre’s Old Magnus Building home two years ago.
Floors and cellars of Duke of Newcastle's 18th century home found by archaeologists in Nottinghamshire
The remarkably well-preserved surviving floors of Clumber House, the mansion which was the original 18th century seat of Lord Lincoln before being largely destroyed by fire, have been rediscovered.