Bizarre England is an intriguing tour of England's weirdest and most fascinating sights. Places like Devon's Gnome Reserve, Britain's smallest pub, a church for dragon slayers, a subterranean ballroom and much more. From weird buildings to eccentric museums and from mystical superstitions to remnants of magical rites, this is a guide to England like no other.
Arguably England’s most famous tree is the apple tree in the garden of Woolsthorpe Manor, Isaac Newton’s childhood home in Lincolnshire. Around 350 years old and still producing apples (which are often filched by visitors)