Access All Areas
History Hit gets AAA permission to head behind the scenes at top history locations!
Horse Guards Parade
Tucked away in the beating heart of London, we find one of Britain’s most iconic landmarks – Horse Guards Parade. Famous for its dazzling ceremonies and remarkable uniforms, the Parade stands as a testament to the fearlessness – and style - of the British soldier. Today, the buildings house the H...
Museum of Childhood Creepy Toys
The V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green is the UK’s National Museum of Childhood, and the largest institution of its kind in the world. Its mission is to hold in trust the nation’s childhood collections, and by doing so to shed light on the various weird and wonderful toys that have fascinat...
National Museum of Computing
Our new strand, Access All Areas, will take you behind the scenes at top historical destinations. "Like many people my age - some of my strongest childhood memories are of the exciting new devices called "computers" that started appearing in our homes. I spent hours learning programming on a BBC ...
From its position on Castle Rock, Edinburgh Castle dominates the skyline of this historic city and remains to this day the nucleus of Scotland’s capital. Although we remember it predominantly for its involvement in several conflicts during the medieval period, the castle’s history stretches some ...
The Postal Museum
The walls of the new Postal Museum house five centuries of stories and secrets – not just about post, not just about stamps, but about the remarkable people who made the Royal Mail what it is today. Stretching back to its birth during the reign of Henry VIII, the postal service has been intertwin...