East of England
Plan your day out in the East of England! Find hundreds of places to visit - museums, art galleries, historic attractions, castles and stately homes in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
"Enormous, iconic and beautiful": 200-year-old 'Magna Carta' of geological maps goes on show in Cambridge
The ‘Magna Carta’ of geological maps has gone on display at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences - 200 years after it was first published.
A 160-year-old carousing song has been re-enacted into a wonderfully quirky bluegrass tune in honour of an iguanodon displayed at Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences.
Let's get digital: Cambridge releases divine oracle bones, prints worth millions and "beheading" banknote online
A collection of Chinese treasures, including oracle bones’ used for divination, have been made freely available online by the Cambridge Digital Library.
Archaeologists find well-preserved 14th century human skeleton on site of medieval Augustinian friary
Archaeologists say they have discovered an "incredibly exciting" set of artefacts at a £70 million housing development, including pottery, coins, oyster shells and painted glass.
The Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden is capturing the spirit of the Great Bardfield artists' houses with an exhibition exploring the domestic interior of Edward Bawden and his circle.
Staff at Christchurch Museum, in Ipswich, want a four or five-year-old boy to see the restoration of the jug he was upset to have accidentally smashed last summer.
Ipswich Borough Council admits it is "puzzled" by a head found by a local shopkeeper, with the authority's Senior Conservation Officer speculating that it could date from a century ago.
An "extraordinary testimony" to the lives of prosperous people in Bronze Age Britain could lay under the soil of a 1,100-square metre site near Peterborough, say experts.
Iron Age pottery, Victorian tin toys and butchered bone: Six archaeological finds in eastern England this year
Take a look at six discoveries made by Access Cambridge Archaeology during excavations in Hampshire, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk so far in 2015.