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  1. A beautiful two bedroom apartment for rental situated in ...
    2 bedroom self catering holiday apartment on a cliff top location in Sao Martinho do Porto on Portugal's Silver Coast. Fully equiped for up to 6 people.
    http://www.martapart.eu/

  2. The Ironbridge Gorge Museums
    Official guide to the museums. Contains visitor information, virtual tour, news, and photographs.
    http://www.ironbridge.org.uk/

  3. Techniquest
    Science Discovery Centre has 160 interactive exhibits. With planetarium, science theatre and a discovery room, covering topics from fossils to forensic science.
    http://www.tquest.org.uk/
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  4. Beamish Museum
    Working museum which recreates how the people of the North of England lived and worked in the early eighteen and nineteen hundreds. Includes history, visitors guide and directions .
    http://www.beamish.org.uk/

  5. Butser Ancient Farm
    Replica of an Iron Age farm circa 300 BC, with buildings, animals and crops. Both a museum and an open-air laboratory for research into the Iron Age and Roman periods. Photos, information for visitors and schools.
    http://www.butser.org.uk/

  6. Tiverton Museum
    Houses one of the largest social history collections in Southwest England, including Agriculture, Industry and Transport.
    http://www.tivertonmuseum.org.uk/

  7. Nantwich Museum
    Features the Cheshire market town's history in salt, shoe making, clothing, and its English Civil War connections.
    http://www.nantwichmuseum.org.uk/

  8. Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum, Dorset
    Tells the tale of six labourers' arrest, trial and deportation for unionising, leading to the foundation of modern trade unionism.
    http://www.tolpuddlemartyrs.org.uk/

  9. Ultra Designs
    From Roman to Victorian Britain and beyond, unique historical colouring book souvenirs make education fun. Based in Gloucester.
    http://www.ultradesigns.co.uk/

  10. Harewood House
    This stately home was designed by John Carr for Edwin Lascelles and built between 1759 and 1771. The official site provides a tour with history and visitor information.
    http://www.harewood.org/

  11. Black Country Living Museum
    Heritage of the heart of industrial England, with recreated buildings from the 19th and early 20th centuries brought to life by costumed demonstrators. Tour via interactive map.
    http://www.bclm.co.uk/

  12. Reigate Priory Museum
    Changing exhibitions for both adults and children. A map showing the location.
    http://reigatepriorymuseum.org.uk/

  13. Harrington Aviation Museums
    The Carpetbagger Aviation Museum and Northants Aviation Society Museum are located at the WW2 USAAF Station 179, Harrington, Northamptonshire. Themes include Operation Carpetbagger,Thor Rocket and Royal Observer Corps.
    http://www.harringtonmuseum.org.uk/

  14. Saxon House
    A recreation of an Anglo-Saxon house built at Market Rasen in Lincolnshire. Includes history, the story of its construction, photographs and visitor information.
    http://www.saxonhouse.co.uk/

  15. Chertsey Museum
    Museum for the borough of Runnymede documenting and illustrating life there from prehistory to the present.
    http://www.chertseymuseum.org.uk/

  16. Weald and Downland Open Air Museum of Historic Buildings
    A unique collection of over 40 domestic and agricultural buildings dating from the 13th century to Victorian times.
    http://www.wealddown.co.uk/

  17. Flag Fen
    At Easter and in the Summer archaeologists can be seen excavating this unique site, where waterlogging has preserved evidence of a prehistoric way of life. Iron Age and Bronze Age Roundhouses have been reconstructed. Rare breed animals. Visitor information.
    http://www.flagfen.com/

  18. The Judge's Lodging
    Museum located in a Victorian judge's lodging and county court. Includes history, virtual tour, admission and education information.
    http://www.judgeslodging.org.uk/

  19. St Barbe Museum
    Colourful and interactive displays on the history and culture of Lymington and the New Forest area. Information on the museum, including its history, upcoming exhibitions, details of exhibits, and a links page.
    http://www.stbarbe-museum.org.uk/

  20. Meadow Colliery
    Historically preserved area in the former coal mining town of Madely.
    http://shropshiremining.org.uk/

  21. Ascott House
    Official details of National Trust property, with photographic tour of garden, architecture and de Rothschild antique collection. Also history and contact information for the Bucks County Cricket Club.
    http://www.ascottestate.co.uk/

  22. Mountfitchet Castle
    A Norman motte and bailey castle and village that has been faithfully reconstructed on its original site in Essex. History, virtual tour, news and visitor information.
    http://www.mountfitchetcastle.com/

  23. The Philpot Museum, Lyme Regis
    A rich local history is represented here, including famous writers, events and fossil displays.
    http://www.lymeregismuseum.co.uk/

  24. Amberley Museum
    Displays industrial history through historic buildings, working exhibits and demonstrations of craft skills. Collections site tour via an interactive map visitor information.
    http://www.amberleymuseum.co.uk/

  25. Museum of Kent Life
    Open air museum housing a collection of historic buildings with both static and interactive exhibitions on life in Kent over the past 100 years. Includes visitor information, events and virtual tour.
    http://www.museum-kentlife.co.uk/

  26. Seaton Museum
    Local museum concentrating on the lower Axe Valley and including the adjacent villages of Beer, Axmouth, Branscombe, Colyton and Colyford. Details of opening times, location and exhibits.
    http://www.seatonmuseum.co.uk/

  27. True's Yard - Fishing Heritage Museum
    Features traditional fishing quarter in King's Lynn, Norfolk, and includes educational services, history and directions.
    http://freespace.vir...net/trues.yard/

  28. The Wandle Industrial Museum
    Preserving the history of the Wandle river. Background information on the museum, visitors' information, archive and news are provided.
    http://www.wandle.org/

  29. Nantwich Museum
    Features the Cheshire market town's history in salt, shoe making, clothing, and its English Civil War connections.
    http://freespace.vir...antwich.museum/

  30. St Albans Museums
    Details of museums in St Albans, Hertfordshire. Contains information on the Roman Verulamium museum, 3rd largest city in Roman Britain and Museum of St Albans.
    http://www.stalbansmuseums.org.uk/

  31. The Sherlock Holmes Museum
    Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson lived at 221b Baker Street between 1881-1904, according to the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
    http://www.sherlock-...ric_houses.html

  32. British Lawnmower Museum
    Houses over 200 vintage lawnmowers. Includes photos from exhibits, a staff directory, services provided, special exhibits, and a gift shop. Located in Lancashire, UK.
    http://www.lawnmowerworld.co.uk/

  33. Green's Mill
    Early 18th century mill in Nottinghamshire. Information on other museums and heritage sites in city of Nottingham.
    http://www.greensmill.org.uk/

  34. Maidstone Museum and Bentlif Art Gallery
    Local history.
    http://www.museum.maidstone.gov.uk/

  35. Cornucopia - Discovering UK Collections
    Explore this pilot website to discover the pre-eminent designated museum collections in England.
    http://www.cornucopia.org.uk/

  36. Ilford Hospital Chapel
    The Friends of The Hospital Chapel Ilford Essex are dedicated to preserving this historic 12th century hospice for future generations.
    http://www.ilfordhospitalchapel.co.uk/

  37. Geevor Tin Mine, Cornwall
    Closed as a working mine in 1990, it is now a preserved mining site and museum managed by Pendeen Community Heritage. Includes history and visitor information.
    http://www.geevor.com/

  38. Ely Museum
    Local history center about the Isle of Ely and the Fens. Lists events, hours, admission fees, educational resources for teachers, and details of facilities.
    http://www.elymuseum.org.uk/

  39. China Clay Country Park
    Facilities include an interactive visitor centre, nature trails complete with children s woodland play area and adventure course, and a unique view of a modern China Clay pit at work with monitor jets and giant machinery.
    http://www.wheal-martyn.com/

  40. Cranbrook Museum
    Local history facility housed in former 15th century rectory farmhouse.
    http://www.cranbrookmuseum.org/

  41. The Regency Town House
    The architecture and social history of Brighton and Hove between the 1780's and 1840's.
    http://www.rth.org.uk/

  42. Museum of East Anglian Life
    St Osyth's Priory, Essex, owned the manor of Stowmarket and built the 13th-century barn which forms the centrepiece of this open air museum. Other vernacular buildings have been rescued and moved to the site.
    http://www.eastanglianlife.org.uk/

  43. Sand
    Historic house and garden, situated in the picturesque regency seaside resort of Sidmouth, England.
    http://www.sandsidbury.co.uk/

  44. Motherwell Heritage Centre
    Many pictures from the centre, which offers a multi-media exhibition providing an interactive journey through the history of Motherwell and the surrounding area.
    http://motherwellher...reeservers.com/

  45. Eden Valley Museum
    Centre of learning and research into the history of the area and its people, with meeting rooms to hire. Pictures from the museum.
    http://www.evmt.org.uk/

  46. Allhallows Museum of Lace and Local Antiquities
    Provides artifacts of the area and a collection of lace, located in Honiton.
    http://www.honitonmuseum.co.uk/

  47. Whimple History Society
    A Heritage Center run by volunteers committed to researching and recording information about the village, its people, customs, traditions, skills and trades.
    http://www.whimple.org/

  48. Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort
    This reconstructed Iron Age hillfort still has excavation going on each summer. Iron Age roundhouses and livestock. How to get there, online tour, how to build a roundhouse, education and events.
    http://www.castellhenllys.com/

  49. Friends of Oakwell Hall and Country Park
    An authentic 16th century manor house with its 110 acres of country park, containing a virtual tour, events, and visitor information located at Birstall, Batley, West Yorkshire.
    http://www.friendsof...ellhall.org.uk/

  50. Scone Palace, Scotland
    The ancient coronation place of the kings and queens of Scotland. The official site provides an illustrated history, tour and visitor information.
    http://www.scone-palace.net/