A visit to Stonehenge is a chance to visit a world famous historic site full of mystery and amazement.
Now using amazing technology you can take a virtual tour of Stonehenge.
For centuries people have flocked to Stonehenge to watch the sun rise on the Summer Solstice. 2020 may have to be different. However, via the SkyScape camera situated at the site you can watch the sunrise from your own home.
What could be more fantastic that a visit to the one and only Buckingham Palace…tread in the footsteps of Queens, Kings, Princes & Princesses with this amazing tour all from your own regal sofa!!
For decades this diary has been an insight into the history of a family in hiding at that time during World War II
For those children studying that period of history this is a engaging look at their hidden home.
Stonehenge has fascinated people for thousands of years and continues to do so…with this virtual tour you can find out much more about the stones, their origins and purpose.
This is one of the most fascinating tours we have found so far…a brilliant resource looking and listening to experts talk about specific objects, their creators, where they are from and how old they are. Museum of the world takes you back in time around the whole world in a truly 21st century way.
A Virtual visit to the RAF Museum is a fascinating look at aviation history.
With Lockdown firmly in place it’s vital to keep interests alive and relevant. Touring the history of British Aviation at the museum gives you a huge insight into our past, present and future in the skies.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is offering a live webcam looking out across the site from the mast of a ship. On the website there are activities and guides to the dockyards history and the amazing nautical events that have happened there.
You can take yourself back in time to an array of 2 million years of historic events and arts in a stunning virtual tour of the British Museum using Googles street view.
The Tower of London is one of Britain’s most iconic historical palaces. Full of intrigue and mystery, dungeons and towers, there is something truly magical about this building. It’s rich history leads you on amazing journeys through hundreds of years and of course a whole room full of jewels!
They do their absolute best to provide us much access as possible, bearing in mind how old the buildings are access is limited in some places. Take a look at the accessibility guide https://www.hrp.org.uk/tower-of-london/visit/accessibility/#gs.t3l843
There is so much to see and do at Warwick Castle, it’s hard to sum up in a short paragraph….from dragon slaying, to jousting, exploring the dungeons, seeing the birds of prey and you can even stay overnight. They have a full accessibility guide that you can download and plan from before your visit.