7-year-old Edward leads part of this tour around his family home. He shows us his seventeenth century treehouse and tells us of his own ghostly encounter…
Feast your eyes in this beautiful garden and hear about it through the lips of one who works there.
The house remains closed after lockdown – we’re shown some of the gardens and grounds where visitors are being welcomed back.
Curator and Head of Learning Gareth Williams gives us a glimpse of the newly refurbished dining room; Featuring important Van Dyke paintings from the collection.
Up close and personal with meerkats in this little video one of the 120 species of animals that live here.
A National Trust property outside Broseley. Property manager Alan Burrage lets us into the secrets of its past priestly hide holes.
Team archaeologist gives us his behind the scenes take on one of the finest medieval ruins in England.
The show must go on when looking after animals – with the attraction closed to the public. We get an idea of daily life and an exclusive preview of the new attractions open to visitors.
Currently undergoing further restoration the ‘Grandparent of the modern skyscraper’ and the worlds very first iron framed building, welcomes you in for a peek.
Meet some of the volunteers who work at Blists Hill and the China Museum. They love their work so much, we think they’’ have you lining up to volunteer too…
See stunning metal sculptures including; The Knife Angel and Gorilla Apocalypse – a truly eclectic metal safari experience!
See a lock of Napoleon’s hair, the Grand Old Duke of York’s silver and follow the evolution of 300 years of the British army.
Open for business again – get a sneak preview of a post lockdown steam train journey…
The first community owned castle in the country – See re-enactments, host functions and share their lovely outdoor space.
See THE site where Keira Knightley jumps in the fountain from the block buster move ‘Atonement’.
Owner Lucinda Parish shows us this home once owned by Clive of India. Now a stunning Wedding and glamping venue.
Caves, gullies and grottos, adventures waiting to be had in the great outdoors amidst stunning views of Shropshire.
Owner William Cash shows us behind the scenes of this Elizabethan gem – one of the princes in the tower slept here on his way to the Tower of London, but it was home to pigs and chickens when his parents bought it 50 years ago.