Look Up London – International Women’s Day Walks

REBELS, SAINTS AND SINNERS, MISTRESSES, QUEENS AND GODDESSES As International Women’s Day approaches, one of the most inventive and absorbing walking tour guides is inviting Londoners and London visitors to celebrate the city’s women. From 3- 8 March 2020, the week leading up to International Women’s Day, Look Up London will bring people closer to…

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The Most Instagrammable Museum in London – The Wallace Collection

In the world of history blogging, I am always on the look out for the next historical photo opportunity. And I was lucky enough to recently discover the most Instagrammable museum in London. The Wallace Collection is quickly becoming the museum du jour – and its largely down to its aesthetic. Think silk wallpaper, velvet…

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Review – British Baroque at Tate Britain

Us British aren’t exactly known for being a flamboyant and outgoing people. So when the Tate announced a new exhibition devoted to British Baroque – that short lived but extravagant art and architectural style – I was intrigued. What exactly is British Baroque I hear you ask? Well, have you ever been to Blenheim Palace…

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Guest Post – An Historical Travel Guide to Raby Castle

Regular Hisdoryan followers will know I’m all about community and supporting my fellow History Girls – so I’m really pleased I’m able to feature a guest post from Kayla, the lovely lady behind A Regency Girl. A Regency Girl is a history themed travel blog for period drama fans and historical fiction readers. I get…

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