Explore the fascinating world of the Victorian judges at this award-winning historic house.
Some of the staff's favourite things
Stella Mitchell's Land of Lost Content - the National Museum of British Popular Culture, Craven Arms - it's an incredible collection and only a few miles away from us
The amazing Georgian home and collection of Sir John Soane, London
The Prince Regent's unbeatable Royal Pavillion, Brighton
The Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford - fascinating collection of anthropology & world archaeology
Follow the Tweets of the Natural History Museum, New York's big blue whale - yes, that's right, we said whale!
The Old Operating Theatre Museum, London is both strange and fascinating
Dennis Sever's House - a combination of British creativity and quirkiness (ok, Mr Sever was American)
Finding out more about Victorians
Down House, home of the great Charles Darwin
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery's resources on the Pre-Raphelites
Ironbridge - a beautiful place with a great group of museums - near us too
The BBC's Victorian history resources for Primary Schools
Virtual Victorians web resources
Find out more about Victorians on the move, plus loads more cycling info at the National Cycle Museum, only down the road from us, in Llandrindod Wells
The Galleries of Justice in Nottingham have lots of crime & punishment resources
The BBC History site has quite a lot of Victorian info
Champions of Victorian & Edwardian architecture, The Victorian Society
Wonderful museum resources
Find all the lastest news, reviews and info on thousands of museums and galleries in the UK at Culture24
The British Museum - not just an amazing place, with an amazing collection, but an amazing website too!
Browse through some of the best of Welsh museum collections at People's Collection Wales
About our area
Presteigne's own town website is www.presteigne.org.uk
Knighton, our nearest Welsh town (6 miles)
Kington, our nearest English town (6 miles)
More on the history of Powys can be found here
Find out more about Mid Wales
Explore Wales' built heritage with CADW - abbeys, house and castles...oh those castles!