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English Heritage
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Formation 1983
Legal status Non-departmental public body
Region served England
Leadership Simon Thurley
Website english-heritage.org.uk

A List of English Heritage properties, containing links for any stately home, historic house, castle, abbey, museum or other property in the care of English Heritage. English Heritage is an executive non-departmental public body of the British Government sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. English Heritage's best known role is as the steward of over 400 significant historical and archaeological sites, from Stonehenge to the world's earliest iron bridge. It has direct ownership over some historic sites and also liaises with private owners of sites that are managed under guardianship arrangements. It has major responsibilities in conservation, giving advice, registering and protecting the historic environment.


Contents
Bedfordshire · Berkshire · Bristol and Bath · Buckinghamshire · Cambridgeshire · Cheshire · Cornwall · Cumbria · Derbyshire · Devon · Dorset · Co. Durham · East Riding of Yorkshire · East Sussex · Essex · Gloucestershire · Hampshire · Herefordshire · Hertfordshire · Isle of Wight · Isles of Scilly · Kent · Lancashire · Leicestershire · Lincolnshire · London · Norfolk · Northamptonshire · Northumberland · North Yorkshire · Nottinghamshire · Oxfordshire · Rutland · Shropshire · Somerset · South Yorkshire · Staffordshire · Suffolk · Surrey · Tyne and Wear · Warwickshire · West Midlands · West Sussex · West Yorkshire · Wiltshire · Worcestershire
See also · References

Bedfordshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bushmead Priory Priory 1185-95 Part complete The Priory Church of Saint Mary, Bushmead, commonly called Bushmead Priory, was a monastic foundation for Augustinian Canons, located at Bushmead in the County of Bedfordshire in England.
De Grey Mausoleum Mausoleum 1614 Complete De Grey M.JPG The de Grey Mausoleum in Flitton, Bedfordshire, England, is one of the largest sepulchral chapels in the country.
Houghton House Country House 1615 Ruins Houghton House.jpg Houghton House is a ruined house located near Houghton Conquest in Bedfordshire, on the ridge just north of Ampthill, and about 8 miles south of Bedford. The house was built for the writer, translator, and literary patron Mary Sidney Herbert, Dowager Countess of Pembroke.
Wrest Park House and Gardens Country House 1834-39 Complete WrestHouse3.jpg Wrest Park is a country estate located near Silsoe, Bedfordshire, England. It comprises Wrest Park, a Grade I listed country house, and Wrest Park Gardens, also Grade I listed, formal gardens surrounding the mansion.

Berkshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Donnington Castle Castle 1386 Ruins Donnington Castle - UK - geograph.org.uk - 7002.jpg Donnington Castle is a ruined medieval castle, situated in the small village of Donnington, just north of the town of Newbury. It was destroyed in the English Civil War in 1646

Bristol[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Temple Church Church 1390 Ruins Temple Church Bristol Jan10.jpg A ruined church building in central Bristol, which was founded in the mid 12th century by Robert of Gloucester and the Knights Templar. It served as the site for the famous exorcism of George Lukins conducted by Methodist and Anglican clergymen. It was bombed in the Second World War and largely destroyed.

Cambridgeshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Denny Abbey and Farmland Museum Abbey or Priory 1159 Parts survive Denny Abbey 2.JPG A former abbey near Waterbeach, north of Cambridge. A group of Benedictine monks, governed from Ely, moved here in the 1150s. They built a church, Denny Priory, which opened in 1159. The crossing and transepts are the only parts of the original Priory that remain today. In 1169 the monks returned to Ely and the site was handed to the Knights Templar.
Duxford Chapel Chapel 1337 Complete Duxford Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 1188821.jpg A chapel that was once part of the Hospital of St. John at Duxford, in Cambridgeshire, England, the hospital since demolished. Built using flint rubble for the walls and limestone for the doorways and windows.
Isleham Priory Church Church 1090 Complete Isleham Priory Church - geograph.org.uk - 271168.jpg A Norman church, Located in Isleham, and part of the former St Margaret's Benedictine Alien Priory. Later converted into a barn, but it remains in an unaltered state.
Longthorpe Tower Castle 1310 Only tower remains Longthorpe Tower1.jpg A fourteenth century, three-storey tower, originally part of a fortified manor house. Situated in the village of Longthorpe, now a residential area of Peterborough.

Cheshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Beeston Castle Castle 1220 Ruins Beeston Castle Gate.jpg A former Royal castle in Beeston, perched above the Cheshire Plain. Built by Ranulf de Blondeville, 6th Earl of Chester, on his return from the Crusades. In 1237, Henry III took over the ownership of Beeston, and it was kept in good repair until the 16th century. The castle was slighted in 1646. During the 18th century the site was used as a quarry.
Chester Castle: Agricola Tower and Castle Walls Castle 1070 Partly complete Chestercastle.jpg The castle overlooks the River Dee. In the castle complex are the remaining parts of the medieval castle together with the neoclassical buildings designed by Thomas Harrison which were built between 1788 and 1813. Parts of the neoclassical buildings are used today as Crown Courts and as a military museum.
Chester Roman Amphitheatre Amphitheatre 1st Century Ruins Chester amphitheatre.jpg Ruins of a large Roman stone amphitheatre. Today, only the northern half of the structure is exposed; the southern half is covered by buildings. The amphitheatre is the largest so far uncovered in Britain, and dates from the 1st century, when the Roman fort of Deva Victrix was founded. Rediscovered in 1929.
Sandbach Crosses Monument 9th Century Complete Sandbach crosses.jpg Two Anglo-Saxon stone crosses now erected in the market place in the town of Sandbach. They are unusually large and elaborate examples of the type. They depict religious scenes, doll-like heads and beasts in panels, together with vine-scrolls, course interlace patterns and some dragons.

Cornwall[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Ballowall Barrow Cairn Neolithic Remains Ballowall Barrow, near St Just - geograph.org.uk - 660261.jpg A prehistoric funerary cairn (chambered tomb) situated on the cliff top at Ballowall Common, near St Just. It was first excavated in 1878 by William Copeland Borlase when it was discovered under mining debris. The site today is a confused mix of original and reconstructions introduced by Borlase.
Carn Euny Ancient Village Settlement and Fogou Iron Age Remains Carn Euny ancient village - geograph.org.uk - 658610.jpg A Romano-British village near Sancreed, on the Penwith peninsula, with considerable evidence of Iron Age settlement as well. Carn Euny is best known for the well-preserved state of the large fogou, an underground passageway, which is more than 20m long.
Chysauster Ancient Village Settlement Iron Age Remains Chysauster.jpg A Romano-British village of courtyard houses, believed to have been constructed and occupied between 100 BC and 400 AD; it was primarily agricultural and unfortified and probably occupied by members of the Dumnonii tribe. The village included eight stone dwellings, arranged in pairs along a street, each with its own garden plot.
Dupath Well Wellhouse 1510 Complete Dupath Well Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 292327.jpg A wellhouse constructed over a local spring. Built of Cornish granite ashlar, it was probably built by the Augustinian canons of the nearby priory of St Germans, to whom the site belonged.
Halliggye Fogou Fogou Iron Age Remains Main chamber of Halliggye fogou Trelowarren Cornwall.jpg Located on the Trelowarren estate near Helston, it consists of a long narrow tunnel leading to three sectioned chambers, and a window-like entrance which was dug in Victorian times by supposed treasure hunters. It is the largest and best-preserved of several mysterious underground tunnels associated with Cornish Iron Age settlements.
Hurlers Stone Circles Stone circle Neolithic Remains Hurlers.jpg A group of three stone circles. The site is half-a-mile west of the village of Minions on the eastern flank of Bodmin Moor. The circles have diameters of 35m, 42m and 33m. The two outer stone circles are circular, the middle and largest stone circle, however, is slightly elliptical.
King Doniert's Stone Stone Cross 9th Century Remains King-donierts-stone.jpg Consists of two pieces of a decorated 9th century cross. The inscription is believed to commemorate Dungarth, King of Cornwall who died around 875. The site also includes an underground passage and chamber.
Launceston Castle Castle 11th Century Ruins Launceston Castle - geograph.org.uk - 22242.jpg A Norman motte and bailey castle raised by Robert, Count of Mortain, half-brother of William the Conqueror. It became the administrative headquarters for the powerful Earls of Cornwall. The castle remained with little development, apart from an inner keep added in the 12th century. During the 13th century, Richard, Earl of Cornwall, a younger brother of Henry III began to rebuild the castle in stone.
Pendennis Castle Device fort 1539 Partly complete Pendennis Castle keep.jpg One of Henry VIII's Device Forts. Built to guard the entrance to the River Fal on its west bank, near Falmouth. St Mawes Castle is its opposite number on the east bank and they were built to defend Carrick Roads from the French and Spanish threats of future attack. The castle comprises a simple round tower and gate enclosed by a lower curtain wall.
Penhallam Manor House 12th Century Ruins The ruins of Penhallam Moated Manor House - geograph.org.uk - 23988.jpg The site of a former medieval manor house surrounded by a protective moat, abandoned during the mid-14th century. Penhallam is one of only four such moated medieval manor sites in Cornwall and it consists of a quadrangle of buildings around a central courtyard.
Restormel Castle Castle 12th Century Ruins RestormelCastle.JPG Situated on the River Fowey near Lostwithiel, it is one of the four chief Norman castles of Cornwall. The castle is notable for its perfectly circular design. Although once a luxurious residence to the Earl of Cornwall, the castle became ruined in the years after.
St Breock Downs Monolith Monolith Neolithic Remains St Breock Down Monolith - Standing Stone - geograph.org.uk - 109844.jpg A 5m high prehistoric standing stone located near St Breock.
St Catherine's Castle Device fort 1530's Remains Stcatherinescastle.jpg A small fort commissioned by Henry VIII to protect Fowey Harbour. A twin battery of 64-pounder guns was added on a lower terrace in 1855. One emplacement was modified in the Second World War to mount a 4.7" naval gun, but was later removed to restore the Victorian gun races.
St Mawes Castle Device fort 1540's Remains St Mawes Castle - geograph.org.uk - 561873.jpg St Mawes Castle and its larger sister castle, Pendennis, were built as part of a defensive chain of fortresses by Henry VIII to protect the south coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
Tintagel Castle Castle 13th Century Ruins Tintagel DSC 7455.jpg A medieval fortification located on the peninsula of Tintagel Island. It saw settlement during the Early Medieval period, when it was probably one of the seasonal residences of the regional king of Dumnonia. In the 13th century, during the Later Medieval period, after Cornwall had been subsumed into the kingdom of England, a castle was built on the site by Richard, Earl of Cornwall.
Tregiffian Burial Chamber Tomb Neolithic Remains Tregiffian burial chamber - geograph.org.uk - 41048.jpg A Neolithic or early Bronze Age chambered tomb, comprising an entrance passage, lined with stone slabs, leading to a central chamber, located near Lamorna in west Cornwall.
Trethevy Quoit Tomb Neolithic Remains TrethevyQuoit.JPG A well-preserved megalithic tomb located near St Cleer. It is known locally as "the giant's house" and stands 2.7m high, and consists of five standing stones capped by a large slab.

Cumbria[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Ambleside Roman Fort Galava Roman Fort excavation - geograph.org.uk - 1339491.jpg
Bow Bridge Bow Bridge, Barrow.jpg
Brough Castle Brough Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1477559.jpg
Brougham Castle Brougham Castle near Penrith - geograph.org.uk - 45557.jpg
Carlisle Castle Carlisle Castle - geograph.org.uk - 957673.jpg
Castlerigg Stone Circle Castlerigg Stone Circle - geograph.org.uk - 590652.jpg
Clifton Hall CliftonHall.jpg
Countess Pillar
Furness Abbey Furness Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 1594877.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Banks East Turret Banks East Turret, Hadrian's Wall. - geograph.org.uk - 848200.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Birdoswald Roman Fort Birdoswald Roman Fort - geograph.org.uk - 17585.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Hare Hill Hadrian's Wall at Hare Hill (2) - geograph.org.uk - 1337362.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Harrows Scar Milecastle and Wall Milecastle 49 (Harrow's Scar) (2) - geograph.org.uk - 1359274.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Poltross Burn Milecastle Milecastle 48 (Poltross Burn) (4) - geograph.org.uk - 844544.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Leahill Turret and Piper Sike Turret Turret 51b (Lea Hill) (2) - geograph.org.uk - 1337552.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Pike Hill Signal Tower Pike Hill Tower on Hadrian's Wall - geograph.org.uk - 1337417.jpg
Hadrian's Wall: Willowford Wall, Turrets and Bridge Turret 48a (Willowford East) - geograph.org.uk - 1369281.jpg
Hardknott Roman Fort Hardknott Roman Fort, Eskdale - geograph.org.uk - 176106.jpg
King Arthur's Round Table Arthur's Round Table 3.JPG
Lanercost Priory Lanercost Priory - geograph.org.uk - 789897.jpg
Mayburgh Henge Mayburgh Henge, northern part with standing-stone, Yanwath and Eamont Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 273923.jpg
Penrith Castle Penrith Castle - geograph.org.uk - 803318.jpg
Piel Castle Piel Island 02.jpg
Ravenglass Roman Bath House Roman Bath House near Ravenglass - geograph.org.uk - 10547.jpg
Shap Abbey Shap Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 1436301.jpg
Stott Park Bobbin Mill Stott Park Bobbin Mill - geograph.org.uk - 502400.jpg
Wetheral Priory Gatehouse Wetheral Priory Gatehouse - geograph.org.uk - 68550.jpg

Derbyshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Arbor Low Stone Circle and Gib Hill Barrow Arbor Low Henge - geograph.org.uk - 1313430.jpg
Bolsover Castle 291425 3e8e7e88-by-Lynne-Glazzard.jpg
Bolsover Cundy House Bolsover Cundy House - geograph.org.uk - 1155010.jpg
Hardwick Hall An Autumnal Stroll - geograph.org.uk - 336443.jpg
Hob Hurst's House Hob Hurst's House - geograph.org.uk - 180623.jpg
Nine Ladies Stone Circle Nine Ladies Stone Circle - geograph.org.uk - 109668.jpg
Peveril Castle Keep of Peveril Castle, 2008.jpg
Sutton Scarsdale Hall Sutton Scarsdale Hall - geograph.org.uk - 205739.jpg
Wingfield Manor Wingfield Manor - geograph.org.uk - 6280.jpg

Devon[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bayard's Cove Fort Bayards Cove Fort04.JPG
Berry Pomeroy Castle Berry Pomeroy Castle - geograph.org.uk - 411651.jpg
Blackbury Camp Entrance banks at Blackbury Camp - geograph.org.uk - 1285616.jpg
Dartmouth Castle Dartmouth Castle - geograph.org.uk - 725989.jpg
Grimspound A Dartmoor Sheep shelters in a Grimspound Hut Circle - geograph.org.uk - 653641.jpg
Hound Tor Deserted Medieval Village Manaton, Hundatona - geograph.org.uk - 991381.jpg
Kirkham House Kirkham House, Paignton - geograph.org.uk - 622635.jpg
Lydford Castle and Saxon Town Lydford Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1020339.jpg
Merrivale Prehistoric Settlement Merrivale, moorland - geograph.org.uk - 1987394.jpg
Okehampton Castle Okehampton Castle Motte, 2009 - geograph.org.uk - 1574337.jpg
Royal Citadel, Plymouth Royal Citadel main gate.jpg
Totnes Castle Totnes Castle1.JPG
Upper Plym Valley Drizzlecombe Stone Row - geograph.org.uk - 1158964.jpg

Dorset[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Abbotsbury Abbey The Abbey Abbotsbury England.jpg
Christchurch Castle & Norman House Christchurch - Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1763987.jpg
Fiddleford Manor Fiddleford Manor - geograph.org.uk - 703827.jpg
Jordan Hill Roman Temple JordanHillRomanTempleC.jpg
Kingston Russell Stone Circle Kingston Russell Stone Circle - geograph.org.uk - 1122916.jpg
Knowlton Church and Earthworks Remains of Knowlton church and henge - geograph.org.uk - 1295979.jpg
Lulworth Castle Lulworth Castle 02.jpg
Maiden Castle Maiden Castle, Dorchester..jpg
Nine Stones, Winterbourne Abbas Winterbourne Abbas Nine Stones - geograph.org.uk - 862715.jpg
Portland Castle Portland Castle, Seen from harbour side - geograph.org.uk - 1759008.jpg
St Catherine's Chapel Abbotsbury, St. Catherine's Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 500351.jpg
Sherborne Old Castle Sherborne Old Castle - geograph.org.uk - 458355.jpg
Winterbourne Poor Lot Barrows Junction of a minor road with the A35 at the Poor Lot barrow cemetery - geograph.org.uk - 25011.jpg

County Durham[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Auckland Castle Deer House Country house 1183 Complete Auckland Castle Crop.jpg The official residence of the Bishop of Durham since 1832. However, it has been owned by the diocese for more than 800 years, as a hunting lodge for the Prince Bishops of Durham. It is more like a Gothic country house than a true castle.
Barnard Castle Castle 1095 Ruins Barnard Castle.jpg A ruined medieval castle originally built on the site of an earlier defended position from around 1095 to 1125 by Guy de Balliol. In the 15th century the castle passed by marriage to the Neville family who improved the castle and the estate over the next two centuries. It was sold in 1626 to Henry Vane who dismantled much of the castle.
Bowes Castle Castle 12th Century Ruins Bowes Castle.jpg Built in the corner of an old Roman fort guarding the Stainforth Pass through the Pennines by Alan, Count of Brittany, in the north-west corner of the site.
Derwentcote Steel Furnace Foundry 1720 Complete Derwentcote Cementation Furnace - geograph.org.uk - 1369081.jpg Located near Rowlands Gill, near Newcastle. It is an example of an early cementation furnace which produced high grade steel.
Egglestone Abbey Abbey 12th Century Ruins Egglestone Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 125027.jpg An abandoned Abbey on the eastern bank of the River Tees. Founded by the Premonstratensians, also known as the White Canons. They chose the site for the abbey was chosen because of its isolation, close proximity to a river and the supply of local stone for its construction.
Finchale Priory Priory 1196 Ruins Fichale.jpg A Benedictine priory, sited by the River Wear. Includes the remains of an early 12th-century stone chapel of St John the Baptist. The monastic complex was built in the latter half of the 13th century with alterations and additions continuing for the following three centuries.

East Riding of Yorkshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Burton Agnes Manor House Norman Manor House, Burton Agnes Hall - geograph.org.uk - 1933154.jpg
Howden Minster Howden Minster - geograph.org.uk - 1266114.jpg
Skipsea Castle Skipsea Castle 1.jpg

East Sussex[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Battle Abbey Abbey 11th Century Partially ruined Battleabbey-wyrdlight-0190.jpg Battle Abbey is a partially ruined abbey complex in the small town of Battle in East Sussex, England. The abbey was built on the scene of the Battle of Hastings
Battle of Hastings Battlefield Battlefield 11th Century Schlachtfeld Schlacht bei Hastings juni09.JPG Senlac Hill was the site of a battle in 1066 between the Norman-French and the English armies during the Norman conquest of England.
Camber Castle Castle 16th Century Ruins Camber Castle, Rye Harbour, East Sussex - geograph.org.uk - 1341825.jpg Camber Castle is one of Henry VIII's Device Forts built to protect the huge Rye anchorage.
Pevensey Castle Castle 3rd Century Ruins Pevensey castle-09.jpg Pevensey Castle is a Roman fort (Anderitum) at Pevensey which was later remodelled into a medieval castle in the 11th Century.

Essex[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Audley End House Country house 17th century Partly complete Audley End House - geograph.org.uk - 70520.jpg An early 17th-century country house just outside Saffron Walden. It was once a palace in all but name and renowned as one of the finest Jacobean houses in England. It is now only one-third of its original size, but is still large. It remains the family seat of the Lords Braybrooke.
Hadleigh Castle Castle 13th century Ruined Hadleigh Castle,the twin towers - geograph.org.uk - 1111729.jpg The ruins of a royal castle begun in about 1215, but extensively refortified by Edward III during the 14th century. The barbican and two drum towers – one later used by Georgian revenue men looking out for smugglers – are part of his building works during the 1360s.
Lexden Earthworks and Bluebottle Grove Ramparts Iron Age Remains Bluebottle Grove, Colchester - geograph.org.uk - 142655.jpg The banks and ditches of a series of late Iron Age defences protecting the western side of Camulodunum – pre-Roman Colchester.
Mistley Towers Church towers 1776 Mostly complete Mistley Towers - geograph.org.uk - 748610.jpg Two porticoed Classical towers, which stood at each end of a grandiose but highly unconventional Georgian church, designed by Robert Adam in 1776.
Prior's Hall Barn Barn 15th century Complete Prior's Hall Barn, Widdington, Essex - geograph.org.uk - 148378.jpg One of the finest surviving medieval barns in eastern England, with an aisled interior and crown post roof, the product of some 400 oaks.
St. Botolph's Priory Priory c. 1100 Ruins St Botolphs Priory.jpg The remains of one of the first Augustinian priories in England, founded about 1100. Built in flint and reused Roman brick, the church displays massive circular pillars and round arches and an elaborate west front. It was later damaged during the Civil War siege of 1648.
St John's Abbey Gate, Colchester Gatehouse c. 1400 Mostly complete St Johns Abbey Gatehouse.jpg A pinnacled gatehouse, and all that remains of the Benedictine abbey of St John. Later part of the mansion of the Royalist Lucas family, the gatehouse was bombarded and stormed by Parliamentarian soldiers during the Civil War siege.
Tilbury Fort Device fort 1539 Mostly complete The Water Gate at Tilbury Fort - geograph.org.uk - 1555916.jpg A fort built on the north bank of the River Thames to defend London from attack from the sea. Henry VIII built the first fort here, and Queen Elizabeth I rallied her army nearby to face the threat of the Armada. Work started on the current fort in 1670 but was still continuing in the 1680s. The 19th century saw extensive re-design and re-modelling.
Waltham Abbey Gatehouse and Bridge Gatehouse and bridge 14th century Ruins Waltham Abbey Gateway - geograph.org.uk - 1030421.jpg A 14th-century gatehouse belonging to the Augustinian abbey which was dissolved in 1540. Nearby is the 14th century Harold’s Bridge across the Cornmill Stream.

Gloucestershire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Belas Knap Long Burrow Tomb Neolithic Mostly complete Belas-knap.jpg A neolithic chambered long barrow, situated on Cleeve Hill, near Cheltenham. It is of a type known as the Cotswold Severn Cairn, all of which have a similar trapezoid shape, and are found scattered along the River Severn.
Blackfriars, Gloucester Friary 1239 Mostly complete Gloucester Blackfriars 20.08.11.JPG One of the most complete surviving Dominican friaries in England, later converted into a Tudor house and cloth factory.
Cirencester Amphitheatre Amphitheatre 2nd century Remains Roman Amphitheatre - geograph.org.uk - 154140.jpg Earthwork remains of one of the largest Roman amphitheatres in Britain, built in the early 2nd century. It served the Roman city of Corinium Dobunnorum (now Cirencester), then second only in size and importance to London.
Great Witcombe Roman Villa Roman villa 3rd century Remains Great Witcombe Roman Villa - geograph.org.uk - 485594.jpg The remains of a large and luxurious villa located on a hillside at Great Witcombe, near Gloucester, with a bathhouse complex and possibly the shrine of a water spirit.
Greyfriars, Gloucester Friary church 1518 Ruins Greyfriars, Gloucester - geograph.org.uk - 61881.jpg Remains of a Franciscan friary church rebuilt in about 1518
Hailes Abbey Abbey 1246 Ruins Hailes Abbey Landscape.jpg A Cistercian abbey founded by the Earl of Cornwall in thanks for surviving a shipwreck. It held a renowned relic, "the Holy Blood of Hailes" – allegedly a phial of Christ’s own blood. After the dissolution in 1539 just a few of the cloister arches remained, together with the foundations of the church.
Kingswood Abbey Gatehouse Gatehouse early 16th century Partly complete Kingswood Abbey Gatehouse.JPG A 16th-century gatehouse, and one of the latest monastic buildings in England before the Dissolution
Notgrove Long Barrow Tomb Neolithic Parts remain Notgrove Long Barrow - geograph.org.uk - 93007.jpg A Neolithic chambered tomb of the Cotswold Severn type situated on the crest of a ridge. The barrow was sealed in 1976 to prevent damage to the site.
Nympsfield Long Barrow Tomb Neolithic Remains Geograph-1040823-by-Philip-Halling.jpg A chambered long barrow of the Cotswold Severn group overlooking the valley of the River Severn. Its internal burial chambers are uncovered for viewing.
Odda's Chapel Church 1056 Mostly complete Odda's Chapel and Abbot's Court , Deerhurst - geograph.org.uk - 1729843.jpg One of the most complete surviving Saxon churches in England, built by Earl Odda, and rediscovered in 1865 subsumed into a farmhouse.
Offa's Dyke Defensive earthwork 8th century Remains Offa's Dyke Path near the Devil's Pulpit - geograph.org.uk - 803694.jpg A three-mile section of the great earthwork boundary dyke built along the Anglo-Welsh border by Offa, King of Mercia. This wooded stretch includes the Devil's Pulpit rock, with fine views of Tintern Abbey.
Over Bridge Bridge 1825-30 Complete Over Bridge - geograph.org.uk - 1937314.jpg A single-arch stone bridge spanning the River Severn near Gloucester. It links Over to Alney Island. It was built by the great engineer Thomas Telford.
St Briavels Castle Castle 12th century Parts survive St Briavels Castle Youth Hostel - geograph.org.uk - 1519128.jpg A royal administrative centre for the Forest of Dean. The castle was a favourite hunting lodge of King John. The Keep and the East tower collapsed in the 18th century, by which time the Great Hall had also been demolished. The twin-towered gatehouse of this castle, built by Edward I, survives. Once a prison, it is now a youth hostel.
St Mary's Church, Kempley Church 12th century Mostly complete Kempley Church - geograph.org.uk - 1373625.jpg Norman church, displaying one of the most complete and well preserved sets of medieval wallpaintings in England, dating from the 12th and 14th centuries.
Uley Long Barrow Tomb Neolithic Mostly complete Uley Long Barrow - view from the east.JPG Also known as Hetty Pegler's Tump. A partly reconstructed Neolithic chambered mound, 37 metres long, overlooking the Severn Valley. It contains a stone built central passage with two chambers on either side and another at the end.
Windmill Tump Tomb Neolithic Partly complete Entrance Portal Rodmarton Long Barrow - geograph.org.uk - 1002575.jpg Also known as Rodmarton Long Barrow, this is a Neolithic chambered tomb with at least three stone-lined chambers. At the eastern end of the mound there is a forecourt flanked by two projections and a so-called false entrance consisting of two standing stones and a stone lintel, blocked by a slab.

Hampshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bishop's Waltham Palace Palace or Mansion 1135 Ruins Bishop's Waltham Palace and moat.jpg

Built by the Bishop of Winchester, Henry of Blois, Bishop's Waltham Palace was later used by the Bishops of Winchester as they travelled, along with Farnham Castle and Wolvesey Castle. The palace was destroyed in 1644 after the English Civil War.

Calshot Castle Device Fort 1540 Mostly complete 050103 2353 calshot.jpg One of Henry VIII's device forts, built on Calshot Spit to guard the entrance to Southampton Water. It was built as a circular blockhouse with a three storey central keep using stone from Beaulieu Abbey. The outer walls were lowered in 1774 and the gatehouse was rebuilt in order to provide more living space. The castle was in use until 1956.
Flowerdown Barrows Tombs Bronze Age Mostly complete Flowerdown Barrow, Littleton - geograph.org.uk - 56445.jpg Three Bronze Age burial mounds in a much larger cemetery, including a well-preserved disc barrow which has been described as "the finest in Hampshire".
Fort Brockhurst Palmerston Fort 1858–1863 Complete Fort Brockhurst entrance.JPG A fort designed by William Crossman in the 19th century to protect Portsmouth. Its main purpose was to guard the approach from potential landing areas on the south Hampshire coast. The site is only occasionally open to the public.
Fort Cumberland Fort 1748 Complete Inside Fort Cumberland - geograph.org.uk - 411752.jpg A fort built by the Duke of Cumberland, replacing an earlier earthwork battery. The fort was of earthwork construction with a number of brick buildings. It was completely rebuilt in masonry from 1785–1812, and then refortified in the late 19th century. It remained in military ownership for much of the twentieth century.
Hurst Castle Device Fort 1541–1544 Mostly complete HurstCastle20090713Y146.jpg One of Henry VIII's Device Forts, built at the end of a long shingle beach at the west end of the Solent to guard the approaches to Southampton. It was modified throughout the 19th century, and two large wing batteries were built to house heavy guns. It was fortified again in the Second World War and then decommissioned.
King James's and Landport Gates, Portsmouth City gates 1687 and 1760 Partly complete The Old Land Port - geograph.org.uk - 977925.jpg Two ornate gateways which were originally access points to Portsmouth. King James's Gate was built in 1687, but has been moved twice, and is now part of the boundary of the United Services Ground. Landport Gate was built in 1760 as a main entry point to Portsmouth from the Dockyard. The gate is still in its original position.
Medieval Merchant's House, Southampton Town house 1290 Partly complete Medieval Merchant's House - geograph.org.uk - 166280.jpg A restored building built in about 1290 by John Fortin, a prosperous merchant. The house survived many centuries of domestic and commercial use largely intact. German bomb damage in 1940 revealed the medieval interior of the house, and in the 1980s it was restored to resemble its initial appearance.
Netley Abbey Abbey 1239 Ruins Netnave.jpg An abbey founded as a house for Cistercian monks. It was closed by Henry VIII in 1536 and the building was converted into a mansion by William Paulet. The abbey was used as a country house until the beginning of the 18th century, after which it was abandoned and partially demolished. Subsequently the ruins became a tourist attraction, and provided inspiration to poets and artists of the Romantic movement.
Portchester Castle Roman fort and Castle 3rd century and 11th century Partly complete Portchester castle 04.jpg A Roman fort built during the 3rd century to protect the southern coastline of Britain. A castle was built within its walls in the late 11th century. The monarchy controlled the castle for several centuries and it was a favoured hunting lodge of King John. Later in its history the castle was used as a prison.
Royal Garrison Church (Domus Dei), Portsmouth Hospice or Church 1212 Parts survive Domus Dei Oct 2007.jpg An almshouse and hospice, known as the Domus Dei, established by Pierre des Roches, Bishop of Winchester. It was seized by King Henry VIII in 1540. Towards the end of the 17th century it fell into disrepair until it was restored in 1767 to become the Garrison church. The buildings of Domus Dei were partially destroyed in an attack by German bombers in 1941.
Silchester Roman City Walls and Amphitheatre Roman town and Amphitheatre 1st century Remains Calleva Atrebatum - geograph.org.uk - 1341175.jpg A Roman town known as Calleva Atrebatum. It was the civitas capital of the Atrebates tribe. It was abandoned shortly after the end of the Roman era. The earthworks and the ruined city walls are still visible. The area inside the walls is now largely farmland. The remains of the Roman amphitheatre and situated outside the city walls, can be clearly seen.
The Grange, Northington Country House 1804 Complete Northington Grange - Hampshire.JPG A 19th-century country house and landscape park. It was commissioned in 1804 by Henry Drummond who wanted his brick house transformed into a neoclassical ancient Greek temple.
Titchfield Abbey Abbey 1222 Parts survive Titchfield Abbey.jpg An abbey founded for Premonstratensian canons. It was closed in 1537 by Henry VIII and the building was converted into a mansion by Thomas Wriothesley, a powerful courtier. In 1781 the abbey was abandoned and partially demolished to create a romantic ruin.
Wolvesey Castle (Old Bishop's Palace), Winchester Castle 1130 Ruins Wolvesey Castle - East Hall and Wymond's Tower - geograph.org.uk - 1316569.jpg A castle erected by the Bishop of Winchester, Henry of Blois. It was the scene for the Rout of Winchester in which the Empress Matilda assaulted the Bishop Henry in 1141. The castle was destroyed by Roundheads during the English Civil War in 1646.

Herefordshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Arthur's Stone Tomb Neolithic Remains Arthur's stone - geograph.org.uk - 941844.jpg A Neolithic chambered tomb situated on the ridge line of a hill overlooking both the Golden Valley and the Wye Valley. Today only the large stones of the inner chamber remain.
Edvin Loach Old Church Church 11th century Ruins The ruined Saxon church at Edvin Loach - geograph.org.uk - 2453.jpg The ruins of an 11th-century and later church built within the earthworks of a Norman motte and bailey castle.
Goodrich Castle Castle 11th century Ruins Goodrich Castle 01.jpg A now ruined Norman medieval castle to the north of the village of Goodrich. In the middle of the 12th century the original earth and wood castle was replaced with a stone keep, and was then expanded significantly during the late 13th century into a concentric structure combining living quarters with defences.
Longtown Castle Castle c. 1200 Ruins Longtown Castle - geograph.org.uk - 392612.jpg A thick-walled round keep built c. 1200, characteristic of the Welsh Borders, on a large earthen mound within a stonewalled bailey.
Mortimer's Cross Water Mill Watermill 18th century Complete Mortimer's Cross Water Mill - geograph.org.uk - 1899259.jpg An 18th-century water mill, situated on the River Lugg, in part working order.
Rotherwas Chapel Chapel 14th century Complete Rotherwas Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 132037.jpg The family chapel of the Roman Catholic Bodenham family rebuilt in the 1580s. The tower was rebuilt in the 18th century. The chapel contains Victorian interior decoration by the Pugins.
Wigmore Castle Castle 11th century Ruins Entrance to Wigmore Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1248482.jpg Founded in 1067 by William Fitz Osbern, Wigmore Castle was a stronghold of the Mortimer family from about 1075 to 1425. It was later dismantled to prevent its use during the English Civil War.

Hertfordshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Berkhamsted Castle Berkhamsted Castle 2.jpg
Old Gorhambury House
St Albans Roman Wall StAlbansRomanWall-PS02.JPG

Isle of Wight[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Appuldurcombe House Appuldurcombe House.jpg
Carisbrooke Castle Carisbrooke Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1042859.jpg
Osborne House Osborne House - geograph.org.uk - 22302.jpg
St. Catherine's Oratory Tower of St Catherine's Oratory (2) - geograph.org.uk - 1414128.jpg
Yarmouth Castle The Castle at Yarmouth - geograph.org.uk - 1535282.jpg

Isles of Scilly[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bant's Carn Burial Chamber Bant's Cairn, St Mary's - geograph.org.uk - 1197663.jpg
Cromwell's Castle King of the Castle - geograph.org.uk - 822249.jpg
Garrison Walls Morning Point, the Garrison - geograph.org.uk - 72897.jpg
Halangy Down Ancient Village Iron Age House, Halangy Down, St. Mary's - geograph.org.uk - 929468.jpg
Harry's Walls Harry's Walls, St. Mary's - geograph.org.uk - 936169.jpg
Innisidgen Lower and Upper Burial Chambers Innisidgen Burial Chamber - geograph.org.uk - 1035.jpg
King Charles's Castle Interior of King Charles' Castle - geograph.org.uk - 834051.jpg
Old Blockhouse Old Blockhouse, Tresco - geograph.org.uk - 1765210.jpg
Porth Hellick Down Burial Chamber Porth Hellick Down - geograph.org.uk - 1036.jpg

Kent[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bayham Old Abbey Bayham Abbey1.jpg
Deal Castle Deal Castle, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 1711722.jpg
Dover Castle Dover Castle 05.jpg
Down House (Home of Charles Darwin) Down House, Downe - geograph.org.uk - 1659819.jpg
Dymchurch Martello Tower Martello 24 - geograph.org.uk - 412645.jpg
Eynsford Castle Eynsford Castle, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 516481.jpg
Faversham Stone Chapel Faversham Stone Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 12889.jpg
Horne's Place Chapel Hornes Place and Chapel, near Appledore Kent - geograph.org.uk - 41648.jpg
Kit's Coty House Kits Coty House - geograph.org.uk - 1381288.jpg
Knights Templar Church, Dover DoverTemplarChurch CMOKT.JPG
Little Kit's Coty House The Countless Stones - geograph.org.uk - 3138.jpg
Lullingstone Roman Villa The Roman Villa at Lullingstone, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 40566.jpg
Maison Dieu, Faversham Maison Dieu, Ospringe, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 41929.jpg
Milton Chantry, Gravesend Milton Chantry - geograph.org.uk - 913536.jpg
Old Soar Manor Old Soar Manor, Plaxtol, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 1238065.jpg
Reculver Towers and Roman Fort Reculver -Kent-6a.jpg
Richborough Castle and Amphitheatre Richborough Roman Fort.JPG
Rochester Castle Rochester castle.jpg
St Augustine's Abbey and Conduit House Ruins of St Augustine's Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 715983.jpg
St Augustine's Cross St Augustines Cross - geograph.org.uk - 1475019.jpg
St John's Commandery St Johns Commandery, near Densole, Kent - geograph.org.uk - 41649.jpg
St Leonard's Tower St leonards tower.jpg
Sutton Valence Castle Sutton Valence Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1015828.jpg
Temple Manor Temple Manor, Strood - geograph.org.uk - 1397511.jpg
Upnor Castle Upnor Castle 01.jpg
Walmer Castle Walmer Castle - geograph.org.uk - 1289754.jpg
Western Heights, Dover Western Heights Coastal Defence - geograph.org.uk - 20414.jpg

Lancashire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Goodshaw Chapel Goodshaw Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 801963.jpg
Sawley Abbey Sawley Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 1453949.jpg
Warton Old Rectory Doorways to service rooms, Old Rectory, Warton - geograph.org.uk - 166428.jpg
Whalley Abbey Gatehouse Gatehouse, Whalley Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 431466.jpg

Leicestershire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Ashby de la Zouch Castle Ashby de la Zouch castle main buildings.JPG
Jewry Wall Jewry Wall and St Nicholas.jpg
Kirby Muxloe Castle Kirby Muxloe.jpg

Lincolnshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bolingbroke Castle Old-Bolingbroke-Castle.jpg
Gainsborough Old Hall Gainsborough Old Hall.jpg
Gainsthorpe Medieval Village Gainsthorpe Deserted Medieval Village - geograph.org.uk - 1563862.jpg
Lincoln Medieval Bishop's Palace The Old Palace, Lincoln - geograph.org.uk - 586268.jpg
Sibsey Trader Windmill Sibsey, Trader Mill.jpg
St Peter's Church, Barton-upon-Humber St.Peter's church - geograph.org.uk - 880061.jpg
Tattershall College Tattershall College.jpg
Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse Thornton Abbey Gatehouse - geograph.org.uk - 1246329.jpg

London[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Apsley House Apsley House 1.JPG
Chapter House and Pyx Chamber Entrance to Chapter House Westminster Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 1125747.jpg
Chiswick House Chiswick House view from forecourt.jpg
Coombe Conduit
Eltham Palace Eltham Palace - Southern façade - geograph.org.uk - 1033399.jpg
Harmondsworth Great Barn Harmondswoth Barn.jpg
Jewel Tower The Jewel Tower, Abingdon Street, London SW1 - geograph.org.uk - 750510.jpg
Kenwood House Kenwood House - London - geograph.org.uk - 1123814.jpg
London Wall, Tower Hill London 01 2013 Roman wall 5335.JPG
Marble Hill House Marble Hill House-River(south)front.jpg
Ranger's House Rangers House Greenwich from Shooters Hill 20070819 20-09.jpg
Wellington Arch Wellington Arch - fisheye lens.jpg
Winchester Palace The Rose window at Winchester Palace - geograph.org.uk - 1258642.jpg

Norfolk[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Baconsthorpe Castle The gatehouses, Baconsthorpe Castle, Baconsthorpe - geograph.org.uk - 1043155.jpg
Berney Arms Windmill Berney Arms with sails.jpg
Binham Market Cross Binham Wayside Cross - geograph.org.uk - 1404179.jpg
Binham Priory Binham Priory - geograph.org.uk - 174376.jpg
Blakeney Guildhall Blakeney - geograph.org.uk - 848312.jpg
Burgh Castle Burgh Castle Bastion and Wall - geograph.org.uk - 1951380.jpg
Caister Roman Fort Caister-on-Sea Roman Fort - geograph.org.uk - 771617.jpg
Castle Acre Bailey Gate Castle Acre Bailey Gate - geograph.org.uk - 1718512.jpg
Castle Acre Castle Castle Acre - geograph.org.uk - 578489.jpg
Castle Acre Priory Castle Acre Priory.jpg
Castle Rising Castle Castle-rising-castle.JPG
Cow Tower, Norwich Cow Tower - Norwich.jpg
Creake Abbey Creake Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 121461.jpg
Great Yarmouth Row Houses
Greyfriars' Cloisters, Great Yarmouth Greyfriars Cloisters - geograph.org.uk - 1018609.jpg
Grimes Graves Grimes Graves, near Thetford, Norfolk - geograph.org.uk - 41510.jpg
North Elham Chapel Ruins of the Bishop's Chapel - geograph.org.uk - 525209.jpg
St Olave's Priory St Olave's Priory in St Olaves - geograph.org.uk - 1801631.jpg
Thetford, Church of the Holy Sepulchre ThetfordHolySepulchre.jpg
Thetford Priory 2004 thetford 03.JPG
Thetford Warren Lodge Thetford Warren Lodge - geograph.org.uk - 2377164.jpg
Weeting Castle Weeting Castle - geograph.org.uk - 2377286.jpg

North Yorkshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Aldborough Roman Site Isvrivm at Aldborough - geograph.org.uk - 406828.jpg
Byland Abbey Byland Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 7279.jpg
Clifford's Tower Cliffords Tower.JPG
Easby Abbey Easby Abbey.jpg
Fountains Abbey Fountains Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 384329.jpg
Gisborough Priory Gisborough Priory east view.jpg
Helmsley Castle Helmsley Castle2.jpg
Kirkham Priory KirkhamPriory.JPG
Marmion Tower Marmion Tower - geograph.org.uk - 1690757.jpg
Middleham Castle Middleham Castle 01.jpg
Mount Grace Priory Mount Grace Priory - geograph.org.uk - 276083.jpg
Pickering Castle Pickering Castle 5.jpg
Piercebridge Roman Bridge Cliffe Roman Bridge 1.jpg
Richmond Castle Richmond Castle, 2009.jpg
Rievaulx Abbey Rievaulx Abbey MMB 23.jpg
St Mary's Church, Studley Royal Victorian Gothic Splendour - geograph.org.uk - 349105.jpg
Scarborough Castle Scarborough Castle - geograph.org.uk - 192391.jpg
Spofforth Castle Spofforth Castle (19th March 2013) 004.JPG
Stanwick Iron Age Fortifications Stanwick Ramparts - geograph.org.uk - 1340032.jpg
Steeton Hall Gateway Steeton Hall Gatehouse, South Milford - geograph.org.uk - 243356.jpg
Wharram Percy Deserted Medieval Village Wharram Percy Geograph.jpg
Wade's Causeway Wade's Causeway.jpg
Whitby Abbey Whitby Abbey - geograph.org.uk - 944153.jpg
York Cold War Bunker York Cold War Bunker.jpg

Northamptonshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Apethorpe Hall
Chichele College
Eleanor Cross, Geddington
Kirby Hall
Rushton Triangular Lodge

Northumberland[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes|
Aydon Castle
Belsay Hall Castle & Gardens
Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks & Main Guard
Berwick-upon-Tweed Castle & Ramparts
Black Middens Bastle House
Brinkburn Priory
Dunstanburgh Castle
Edlingham Castle
Etal Castle
Hadrian's Wall: Black Carts Turret
Hadrian's Wall: Brunton Turret
Hadrian's Wall: Cawfields Roman Wall
Hadrian's Wall: Chesters Roman Fort and Bridge
Hadrian's Wall: Corbridge Roman Town
Hadrian's Wall: Heddon-on-the-Wall
Hadrian's Wall: Housesteads Roman Fort
Hadrian's Wall: Planetrees Roman Wall
Hadrian's Wall: Sewingshields Wall
Hadrian's Wall: Temple of Mithras, Carrawburgh
Hadrian's Wall: Walltown Crags
Hadrian's Wall: Winshields Wall
Lindisfarne Priory
Norham Castle
Prudhoe Castle
Warkworth Castle
Warkworth Hermitage

Nottinghamshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes|
Mattersey Priory
Rufford Abbey

Oxfordshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes|
Abingdon County Hall Museum
Deddington Castle
Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote
North Hinksey Conduit House
North Leigh Roman Villa
Rollright Stones
Uffington Castle
Uffington: Dragon Hill
Uffington White Horse
Wayland's Smithy

Rutland[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Lyddington Bede House

Shropshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Acton Burnell Castle
Boscobel House and The Royal Oak
Buildwas Abbey
Cantlop Bridge
Clun Castle
Haughmond Abbey
Iron Bridge
Langley Chapel
Lilleshall Abbey
Mitchell's Fold Stone Circle
Moreton Corbet Castle
Old Oswestry Hill Fort
Stokesay Castle
Wenlock Priory
White Ladies Priory
Wroxeter Roman City

Somerset[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Cleeve Abbey Abbey 1198 Parts survive Cleeve Abbey 04.jpg Located near the village of Washford, Cleeve Abbey was founded as a house for monks of the Cistercian order. It was closed in 1536 and the abbey was converted into a country house.
Dunster Butter Cross Standing cross 15th century Ruined Dunster Butter Cross - geograph.org.uk - 1702292.jpg A transplanted stump of a medieval stone cross, once a meeting place for butter-sellers.
Dunster Gallox Bridge Bridge 15th century Complete Gallox Bridge.jpg An ancient stone bridge which once carried packhorses bringing fleeces to Dunster market.
Dunster Yarn Market Market hall 17th century Complete Dunster Market-2.jpg A 17th-century timber-framed octagonal market hall in the village of Dunster.
Farleigh Hungerford Castle Castle 14th century Ruined Farleigh Hungerford East Gate.jpg Started in the 14th century, this fortified mansion was occupied for 300 years by the Hungerford family. Much of it was broken up for salvage in the 18th century. The castle chapel was repaired in 1779 and became a museum of curiosities, complete with the murals rediscovered on its walls in 1844.
Glastonbury Tribunal Town house 15th century Complete Glastonbury Tribunal.jpeg A late 15th-century town house, once mistakenly identified as a courtroom of Glastonbury Abbey. It now houses both the Tourist Information Centre and the Glastonbury Lake Village Museum.
Meare Fish House Fish house 14th century Complete Meare Fish House.jpg The only surviving monastic fishery building in England, this housed the Abbot of Glastonbury's water bailiff and provided facilities for fish-salting and drying.
Muchelney Abbey Abbey 12th century Ruined Muchelney Parish church, abbey foreground ruins.jpg Once a wealthy Benedictine house and the second oldest religious foundation in Somerset, but as part of the dissolution the abbey’s principal buildings were demolished by Henry VIII in 1538. The foundations of the abbey are laid out with parts of the cloister walk and thatched monks’ lavatory. The 16th century abbots’ house remains intact.
Nunney Castle Castle 14th century Ruined Nunney Castle - geograph.org.uk - 111007.jpg A moated castle built in the 1370s. Extensively modernised in the late 16th century, the castle was held for the King during the Civil War, but quickly fell to Parliamentarian cannon in 1645: not until Christmas Day 1910, however, did the gun-damaged portion of the wall finally collapse.
Sir Bevil Grenville's Monument Monument 1720 Complete Lansdown Battlefield Monument - geograph.org.uk - 128538.jpg Erected on Lansdowne Hill, Bath, to commemorate the heroism of Sir Bevil Grenville and his Cornish pikemen at the Battle of Lansdowne in 1643,
Stanton Drew Circles and Cove Henge Neolithic Parts survive Somerset sd stone circle 06.jpg The three circles and a stone cove near the village of Stanton Drew, are the third largest collection of prehistoric standing stones in England. The Great Circle probably consisted of 30 stones, of which 27 survive today, and was surrounded by the ditch (now filled in) of a henge. It lies between two smaller circles, whilst to the west is a cove of three stones standing in the garden of a public house.
Stoney Littleton Long Barrow Tumulus Neolithic Mostly complete Stoney Littleton.jpg A Neolithic chambered tomb with multiple burial chambers, located near the village of Wellow, Somerset. It is an example of the Severn-Cotswold tomb. The barrow is about 30m in length and stands nearly 3m high. Internally it contains a gallery with three pairs of side chambers and an end chamber.

South Yorkshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens
Conisbrough Castle
Monk Bretton Priory
Roche Abbey

Staffordshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Croxden Abbey
Wall Roman Site

Suffolk[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bury St. Edmunds Abbey
Framlingham Castle
Landguard Fort
Leiston Abbey
Moulton Packhorse Bridge
Orford Castle
Saxtead Green Post Mill
St James' Chapel, Lindsey

Surrey[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Farnham Castle Keep
Waverley Abbey

Tyne and Wear[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Bessie Surtees House
Hadrian's Wall: Benwell Roman Temple & Vallum Crossing
Hadrian's Wall: Denton Hall Turret
Hylton Castle
St Paul's Monastery, Jarrow
Tynemouth Priory & Castle

Warwickshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Kenilworth Castle

West Midlands[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Halesowen Abbey
J. W. Evans Silver Factory

West Sussex[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Boxgrove Priory
Bramber Castle

Wiltshire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Alexander Keiller Museum
Avebury
Bradford-on-Avon Tithe Barn
Bratton Camp
Chisbury Chapel
Hatfield Earthworks
Ludgershall Castle and Cross
Netheravon Dovecote
Old Sarum
Wardour Castle
The Sanctuary
Silbury Hill
Stonehenge
West Kennet Avenue
West Kennet Long Barrow
Westbury White Horse
Windmill Hill
Woodhenge

Worcestershire[edit]

Name
Type
Date
Condition
Image Notes
Leigh Court Barn
Witley Court

See also[edit]

References[edit]