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Presenting VisitBritain's look at the biggest topics and trends across Britain right now! You can also discover new hotel openings and refurbishments in the Accommodation Update, and the latest restaurant launches in the Taste Update – all designed to whet the media’s appetite!

British archaeological highlights

Monday 18 January 2021

Britain’s eclectic history means it’s a nation that is incredibly rich in archaeology. From well...

Dark Skies and wildflower seeding at St Huberts, Idsworth, South Downs National Park

Top cultural and educational experiences for 2021

Monday 04 January 2021

From a new Banksy tour in Bristol to a deep dive into climate change in London, Britain promises...

UAV drone photography early morning at Cutty Sark, Greenwich, London. Views over docklands & river Thames, deck views & rigging

Introducing the Royal borough of Greenwich

Monday 30 November 2020

Greenwich is the centre of British time keeping, but this riverside borough also sets the...

Celebrate International Museum Week in Britain with these virtual tours

Monday 04 May 2020

Running from May 11-17 2020, International Museum Week gives us the chance to celebrate all that...

48 Hours in Inverness and Loch Ness

Thursday 18 October 2018

The ‘capital of the Highlands’, ...

The World of Mr Banks

Wednesday 17 October 2018

The world of ‘banks’ is at the very heart of the story of Mary Poppins; aside from the magical...

Annual events in Britain - 2019

Wednesday 10 October 2018

From traditional and tasty to cultured and quirky, there are thousands of events of all...

Neighbourhoods to discover – South-West London

Thursday 30 August 2018

You may have seen all the fabulous sights and experiences central London has to offer, so why...

48 hours in… Bath

Tuesday 28 August 2018

A whimsical mix of cobblestone streets, historical sites and romantic architectural styles, Bath...

8 new museums and exhibitions you won’t want to miss

Wednesday 02 May 2018

You’re never far from a first-rate museum or art gallery in Britain, many of which are free to...