A Grade II* Listed Building, Ashingdon Minster is the Parish Church of St Andrew in Ashingdon and was built in 1020 by King Canute.
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Experience a real life period drama as you explore life above and below stairs at this decadent mansion.
A visit to Colchester Castle is better than ever before with interactive displays and star exhibits, like the Colchester Vase and Fenwick
Join a the Camulodunum to Colchester guided tour from the Colchester Visitor Information Centre in Hollytrees Museum
The longest heritage railway in Essex, but easily accessible via the tube network. Our vintage buses start from the front door of Epping and
Gilwell Park, world famous home to the Scout movement, is a truly unique venue for both corporate events and private special occasions.
The 900 year old Norman keep of Hedingham Castle stands in 160 acres of spectacularly beautiful landscaped gardens and woodland where the Lindsay
A one hour VIP Heritage walk around Rayleigh discovering its history and heritage accompanied by local guide and historian from the Rayleigh
With around 2,500 acres of woodland, lakes and gardens to explore, Marks Hall Gardens and Arboretum is a great day out. The Visitor Centre offers
Built in 1720 for navigation the 86ft Naze Tower is an historic landmark and unique visitor attraction.
Rayleigh Windmill is an award-winning tourist and educational attraction and popular venue for Weddings and other celebrations. It contains a
The Old House in Rochford was built in 1270 and is a fine example of medieval design.
The Royal Gunpowder Mills , Waltham Abbey is a site with 300 years of history and heritage! Located in Waltham Abbey , Essex we provide a
Southend Pier is the longest pleasure Pier in the world extending 1.3 miles into the Thames Estuary. It is a Victorian Pier and a historic
A wonderful visit for the whole family! Stow Maries is the last remaining Great War Aerodrome. It consists of more original buildings than any
Explore English Heritage’s Tilbury Fort on the Thames Estuary, protector of London’s seaward approach from the 16th century through to the Second
VIP personalised walking tour around historic Rochford led by a local guide and historian from the Rochford Town Team.