BFH Logo smallBenjamin Franklin House at 36 Craven Street in the heart of London is a heritage ‘gem’. It was Franklin’s home in London between 1757-1762 and again between 1764-1775. Furthermore, it is his only surviving home in existence. First opened to the public on 17 January 2006, Ben Franklin’s 300th birthday, as a dynamic museum and educational facility, its exceptional charm lies in its dramatic reconstruction of Franklin’s life in London in the context of the house in which he lived. See


Monticello logo The Robert H. Smith ICJS is a multidisciplinary research center that oversees the work of several departments at Monticello and supports the ongoing international study of Thomas Jefferson and his world. It houses the Jefferson Library: Monticello’s Research Center on Jefferson’s Life, Times and Legacy. See


London Historians London Historians was launched in August 2010 as a club for Londoners who’d like to learn more about their city’s history. It organises visits, talks, walks, social events and discounts to selected historical attractions and exhibitions. It is well linked to local history groups around the capital. It has a rapidly expanding membership and almost 30,000 Twitter followers. See


hrp logo 85px Kew Palace and Kensington Palace are – with the Tower of London, the Banqueting House and Hampton Court – part of Historic Royal Palaces – for details of opening times and to discover the benefits of annual membership, see


TBS 75px Towton Battlefield Society – led by Chairman, Mark Taylor, the TBS comprises an enthusiastic team of volunteers who work tirelessly to preserve the memory of Palm Sunday 1461 and the integrity of the battlefield. The TBS have been the  prime movers in bringing public recognition of the extraordinary nature and importance of the battle. For George Goodwin’s piece on the significance of the battle, go to


Battlefields Trust 80pxThe Battlefields Trust is the UK charity dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Britain’s battlefields. Information on joining together with extensive material on 48 British battlefields is available on the Trust’s website at


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