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We’re here to bring you practical and insightful information about Britain’s finest historical landmarks and heritage places. Using our handy search engines you can instantly find just the right spot at the location that suits you best. Our refined information browser combined with helpful travel articles is what makes Seven Spots your ultimate gateway to the historical richness of England. What are you waiting for? Your adventure is just one click away!

  • Explore all the hidden gems of England’s national heritage
  • Check the must-see historical landmarks in your neighbourhood
  • Use instant search for the greatest heritage spots by county
  • Brace up for all the historic attractions handily sorted out by type
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