Everyman at Metquarter. Screen 3

Everyman Cinema at Metquarter

Today is a special day at Metquarter as Everyman Cinema opens its doors to the public. In the last two days I’ve been to Everyman Cinema twice, once to see a movie and yesterday for the VIP launch party. I’m going start talking about the party and after that about the cinema experience. This is […]

SS Great Britain

SS Great Britain

SS Great Britain is one of the most important museums in Bristol. If you are a bit interested in Victorian engineering, you’ve surely heard about Isambard Kingdom Brunel. He designed the gorgeous Clifton Suspension Bridge, now a landmark of Bristol, that is still in use. SS Great Britain played a part in shaping the world […]

No 1 Royal Crescent

No 1 Royal Crescent

No 1 Royal Crescent is one of the best known museums in Bath. It’s one of the houses built in the Georgian era for the ones who would come to visit Bath, for the waters. The No 1 Royal Crescent was built after a design made by John Wood the Younger, using Bath stone. All […]

Blaise Castle House Museum

Blaise Castle House Museum

Blaise Castle House Museum is a museum housed in a 18th century mansion, set in 400 acres of parkland. There are a few very different collections at the museum, so it’s worth a visit. It is a lovely museum in a gorgeous location. The park is beautiful, there is a woodland walk, a castle we […]

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery is one of Bristol’s free museums. Its location in the city centre makes it an easy choice. While I was expecting the art part of the museum to have a more prominent place in the museum, but despite this, I still found some very interesting items on display. They also […]

Malmesbury Abbey. Exterior

Malmesbury Abbey and Athelstan Museum

Malmesbury is best depicted by the Abbey and the Athelstan Museum. Malmesbury is a market town in Wiltshire, southern England. The town is home to the very well known technology company Dyson. Once the site of an Iron Age fort, the place where now the Abbey stands was a monastery during the Anglo-Saxon period. It […]

Roman Baths

Roman Baths

If you visit Bath, the Roman Baths should be on your list. Luckily for us, we’ve visited the Bath in November, before the nearby Christmas market was set up, so there weren’t as many visitors as they usually are. We’ve wondered around the museum and went on a free one hour guided tour. We were […]

Bath Postal Museum

Bath Postal Museum

Bath Postal Museum is a small museum in the centre and I’ve visited it on my holiday in Bath, as I have mentioned before. It was founded in 1979 by Audrey and Harold Swindells, in the basement of their house in Great Pulteney Street. They have special exhibitions on display. Now there are two, Damage […]

Corinium Museum

Cirencester. Roman Amphitheater and Corinium Museum

Cirencester is a lovely market town in southern England. Its history dates back to the Roman times, hence me talking about the Roman Amphitheater and the Corinium Museum in this post. If you are looking for a city-break, I would definitely suggest visiting Cirencester, especially if you live in London, as it’s only 80 miles […]