Various Voucher Codes Available at English Heritage Shop
At English Heritage Shop we have a range of voucher codes available! Shop our range of unique products, just in-time for Mother's Day.
- 10% off orders over £30 with code "AFF310"
- 12% off orders over £45 with code "AFF412"
- 15% off orders over £50 with code "AFF515"
All codes expires 5th April 2020. Excludes sale, Barbour range, Outdoor Fun/Play lines and Gift of Membership.
Your little ones will love using their imagination to create stories and act out scenarios with this cottontail wooden play cottage. The unique dolls house is home to white bunnies that sit on the design outside of the cottage. The set comes with 25 pieces, including a bunny, carrots for their food, a sofa, cooker and bed.
Our Price £95.00
This high quality traditional mead is made in small batches with great care for English Heritage by the award winning Lyme Bay Winery. Mead is probably the oldest known alcoholic drink and was much loved by Vikings and revellers at medieval banquets.
Our Price £12.00
Guess Who? This fantastic flip and find two-player game will keep you guessing for hours. This special edition of Guess Who? has been made exclusively for English Heritage using figures that shaped English History.
Our Price £25.00
Wooden Broadsword used by the elite foot warriors of ancient England, this wonderful broadsword is the perfect addition to any brave knights' outfit.
Our Price £7.50
Display this magical snow globe in your home as a beautiful reminder of the legend that is King Arthur. Inside the glass globe is a replica of Arthur's infamous sword set into a mound of stones.
Was £7.50 Now £3.75
Remember the classic taste of your childhood with this All Butter Toffee Apple Curd. Adding the flavour of fresh apples to sweet toffee, the curd is combined with free range eggs and butter to create a smooth flavour that will liven up many different dishes.
Our Price £4.00
England has faced many battles in the past; The Battle of Hastings in 1066, prompting the Norman Conquest; The Second Barons’ War of the Roses in 1471, Securing the throne for Edward IV; Culminating in The Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, where Richard III of the House of York was killed, heralding the end of the Plantagenet dynasty and the birth of the Tudor age.
Our Price £40.00
Wood ruler listing the kings and queens of England.
Our Price £2.00
Swap Pall Mall for Goodrich Castle and Mayfair for Pendennis castle in this special English Heritage Castles edition of Monopoly.
Our Price £30.00
Bury St Edmunds Abbey was one of the greatest abbeys in East Anglia and one of the richest in England. It derived its name from King Edmund of East Anglia, who was martyred by the Danes in 870 and whose relics were enshrined at the abbey in 903, making it a place of pilgrimage.
Our Price £2.50