Winchester Cathedral


Today I’m going to share pictures from Winchester. We had a lovely day trip there, which included a visit to Winchester Museums, lunch in a pub, and seeing the stunning Winchester Cathedral. This post has a lot of pictures, so please ask if you are curious on what’s on them and so on. The Great […]

butterfly riffle


Re:Loaded is a special exhibition at the Royal Armouries in Leeds. It was interesting to see and I will share a few highlights from it. I would have to say that they could have done a better job with the descriptions, as we had to take a booklet with us to read the details about […]

St Mary Redcliffe Church

St Mary Redcliffe Church

St Mary Redcliffe Church is an 800 years old church. It’s huge and it could easily be a cathedral, but there is a cathedral too and I will post about that one later. This church is beautiful and has some very interesting features. It is also free to visit. I’ve been to Bristol before and […]

The Centre for Computing History

The Centre for Computing History

The Centre for Computing History is a museum in Cambridge, which is a must see for everybody, as we are all using computers in our everyday lives. I found it fascinating. Enjoy the pictures I selected from the museum. First of all, do check their website. I love the old look of it, it’s very […]


Watlington is a small market town in Oxfordshire, great for a stroll on a sunny day. For a town with just above 2000 people, it has a lot of things to offer, shops, beautiful houses, a lovely pub, and a gorgeous cafe. Enjoy the pictures.

Didcot railway

Didcot Railway Centre

Didcot railway is a lovely museum/tourist attraction in Oxfordshire. It is home to over 200 years of railway heritage. There are two stations, a transfer shed, a locomotive turntable, the engine shed, air raid shelter, a museum, gift shop, and refreshment room. The refreshment room has vegan options, including main and dessert. The gift shop […]

Wallingford castle

Wallingford Castle

Wallingford Castle was built in the 11th century, starting in 1067 on the direct instructions of William the Conqueror. After 2 centuries the castle was expanded. In early 1500s it was inherited by the future Henry VIII. During the Civil War the castle was a Royalist stronghold. Recognizing the potential danger it could cause, Cromwell’s […]


Hellfire Caves

The Hellfire Caves are known as West Wycombe Caves due to its location near the village with the same name. These caves are a network of man-made chalk and flint caverns which extend 260m underground. The caves were excavated in the mid-1700s. They served as a location for the Hellfire Club, which was established a […]

Newton Hall

Heritage Open Days, Cheshire. Day 2

Heritage Open Days, Cheshire. Day 2 follows the previous post of what we visited in the first day we went to see the heritages sites. On that day we saw a bank vault, a bath house and physic garden, an 1845 cottage for railway workers, and the Crewe Heritage site where we took a miniature […]