England’s Most Haunted

This Halloween there’s a whole (g)host of spooktacular events happening across the country to keep you and your little horrors entertained.  VisitEngland looks at some of the country’s top terror-inducing activities.  All Aboard the Ghost Train All aboard for a Phantom-mime! Take the Exbury Ghost Train through pitch-black tunnels and be spooked senseless by skeletons, […]

Remember, Remember The 5th of November – Things to Do on Bonfire Night

Whether you’re eager to learn the history behind Guy Fawkes and his failed gunpowder plot or you just want to indulge in toffee apples and treacle whilst watching the sky sparkle, VisitEngland has chosen the top events around the country to help your bonfire night go off with a bang. WHERE IT ALL BEGAN Kaboom, […]

England’s Horrible Histories

England is a country world-renowned for its history. An ancient lineage of Kings and Queens, revered historic architecture and deep-seated traditions bring visitors from near and far. But the country’s history is also peppered with tales of smuggling and witchcraft, piracy and ghostly hauntings, which lend a more sinister side to many of England’s popular […]

British Food Fortnight – 27th July to 12th August 2012

From fish and chips to afternoon tea, England is a leading culinary destination Whether you love a proper pasty or are partial to a pork pie, you’re bound to find something to tantalise your taste buds in England. To mark British Food Fortnight, VisitEngland has put together the top 10 culinary destinations in the country. […]