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We found 25 venues in Museums, galleries and attraction venues in the UK.
You can’t toss a caber without hitting a top-class venue in Scotland. The country is packed with a corporate-friendly line-up of historic… more »
Dating back to 1270, Hever Castle is best known for being the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, the most famous of Henry VIII’s ill-fated wives… more »
The most famous racecourse in the world is also a state-of-the-art conference, event and entertainment venue with a reputation for hosting… more »
Just eight miles from Oxford, Blenheim Palace is a stunning baroque palace set in more than 2,000 acres of beautiful Capability Brown-designed… more »
One of the country’s finest historic houses, Woburn Abbey has been home to the Dukes of Bedford for over 300 years. The sprawling 3,000-acre… more »
Over the past three decades Birmingham has established itself as one of the UK’s leading conference cities, thanks to its excellent facilities… more »
It’s difficult to get a sense of the scale of Magna Science Adventure Centre, until you find out that it’s the former Templeborough Steelworks… more »
Imposing Goodwood House has been home to the Dukes of Richmond for over 300 years and sits at the heart of their stunning 12,000-acre estate… more »
Still looking fresh from its transformation project, the home of the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon marries Victorian and… more »
The home of the British Grand Prix might be best known for its world-class motorsports, but it is also one of the country’s most impressive… more »
Bath’s natural springs were a place of wonder and mystery for the ancient Britons and a public bathing complex for the Romans. Two thousand… more »
Built in 1936, Dorich House is a beautifully restored studio and home with lots of character and eye-catching features that make the venue… more »
As well as being one of Dublin’s most popular tourist attractions, The Guinness Storehouse is also one of the Irish capital’s most visually… more »
One of the country’s most elaborate royal palaces and home to some of England’s most famous kings and queens – notably Henry VIII –… more »
Described as a tiny ‘doll’s house’ of a royal residence, Kew Palace has been gracefully restored to its state when George III lived… more »