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The ultimate guide to the best history & heritage places to visit in Herefordshire. England contains museums which are defined for this context as institutions that collect & care for objects of cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical interest available for public viewing. Castles and battles, actors and martyrs, the Marches county of Herefordshire is rich in history, some of it is clear to see in the architecture of its buildings and the beauty of its black and white villages. From being the home of the 1217 Magna Carta, one of history’s most important surviving documents that formed English law, and the Mappa Mundi, an outstanding treasure of the medieval world, to iconic cider making heritage, internationally renowned beef and the site of the Battle of the Roses, Herefordshire has so much to offer the culture vulture. The legendary landmarks of kings, saints and poets can be found in historic towns and villages packed with myths, folklore and factual material to enthral you time and time again. Explore Herefordshire history & heritage and get your trip or weekend break started. There's plenty of attractions to explore in Herefordshire, from Hampton Court Castle and gardens to National Trust owned properties such as Berrington Hall.