After his defeat at Waterloo Napoleon Bonaparte penned this letter to the Prince Regent asking for asylum.
Waterloo 200 Chairman Sir Evelyn Webb-Carter on Waterloo200's recent Teach Meet event.
Mick Crumplin's medical blog explores how Scottish surgeons flourished in Wellington's army.
Take a walk in the footsteps of Jane Austen as her beloved village and home, Chawton in Hampshire, opens its gardens.10/06/2017 to 11/06/2017
“We saw the most extraordinary garden in the world … in short quite a fairyland” (Cecilia Ridley, 1839).16/07/2017
There are displays about Georgian Durham describing town & country houses, theatres and transport. One notable country house that is featured is Burn Hall.01/11/2014 to 01/11/2018
A new display at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton exploring Jane Austen’s relationship with the seaside, the Prince Regent and life in Brighton during her time.17/06/2017 to 08/01/2018