One of England's great historic houses can be found set in its own glorious grounds, just eight miles from the city ... More
One of England's great historic houses can be found set in its own glorious grounds, just eight miles from the city centre. The cleverly-concealed priest holes suggest Tudor times, while other rooms, including the fully-equipped kitchen, are more Victorian in style. Wandering through the endless corridors reveals all manner of curios, but enter the Tapestry Room at your peril-the resident ghost may be closer than you think. A recent addition to the beautiful grounds is a beautifully-designed, maize maze, which may be easier to navigate than it is to say. Visit the website for details of the visiting hours.
I loved speke hall so much,It truley is good value for money.Ireally cannot wait to go back,Im really looking forward to it.It tought me such alot about the time periods,and the familys what used to live there.
This cast iron church was consecrated on Wednesday 21st June 1815, three days after the Battle of Waterloo. The unique
structure is constructed of pre fabricated cast iron sections and filled in with brickwork. Thomas Rickman and John Cragg, ...
Described as the finest Greco Roman building in Europe, this magnificent landmark is a fine example of the outstanding architecture
within the city. Built in 1842, this Grade I listed building was originally built as a concert hall and ...
Originally built between 1841 1848 as a prosperous working dock, the Albert Dock has since been restored as a major
tourist hot spot and draws over five million visitors each year. It is a world heritage site in the ...
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