Nottinghamshire’s cathedral – Southwell Minster

Southwell Nottinghamshire Lord Byron once claimed that “I shall never be so happy again as I was in old Southwell.” Sir John Betjeman reported that “the Georgian elegance of Southwell ensures that few small towns are as unspoilt.” Southwell is situated six miles from Newark-on-Trent. It has many elegant Regency houses but its architectural jewel is… More Nottinghamshire’s cathedral – Southwell Minster

The Painted Hall

Take a trip to the Greenwich World Heritage Site. City Adventurers went there last year to visit the magnificent Painted Hall. Known as ‘Britain’s Sistine Chapel’, it has been called one of London’s hidden gems……however it has also been featured in a number of iconic films and TV productions, so once you know that, it… More The Painted Hall

Painshill Park

Restarting visits to places of interest. Last year City Adventurers were able to visit Painshill Park in Surrey. We were very impressed with this unusual garden. Please consider visiting it now it is once again open to the public. Visitors need to book in advance and keep to strict social distancing rules. The landscape has… More Painshill Park

Historic Chingford

Chingford started life as a forest hamlet and is now a London suburb. Download the Discover Chingford treasure hunt from Treasure Hunts In London on your phone and discover the history of the area combined with a trip to the Epping Forest countryside. Originally the whole parish of Chingford lay within the ancient Forest of Essex.… More Historic Chingford

Kenilworth Castle and its Elizabethan Garden

Restarting visits to places of interest. Just before lockdown, City Adventurers were able to visit Kenilworth Castle and its Elizabethan Garden. It’s somewhere to consider visiting now it is open to the public again. Please visit the Kenilworth Castle website to book your timed tickets in advance. Visitor numbers will be limited and there will be… More Kenilworth Castle and its Elizabethan Garden