Every part of our landscape tells a story about England. Many pieces of public art have become cherished parts of the landscape. Vital to our national identity, they belong to all of us.
Follow the story of a post-war generation and their remarkable vision of art for all.More about the exhibition
Nicholas Monro, 'King Kong' for the City Sculpture Project, 1972, the Bull Ring, Birmingham.
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When it comes to historic places, England is full of treasures. People up and down the country look after them. There are lots of ways you can join in, from researching the history of the WWI Home Front to becoming an archive detective.
Explore England's historic places. Find out what makes them important and why they're protected by listing.
22 January 2016
41 sculptures across England designed to bring our public spaces back to life after WWII are newly listedRead more
Our major exhibition now open at Somerset House, London, tells the story of post-war public art created between 1945 and 1985.
A new film illustrates the benefits of a Stonehenge road tunnel for the World Heritage Site, people and wildlife.
Discover more about the historic buildings, social history and archaeology of your local area. Explore photographs, drawings and plans from the 1850s to the present day.
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