This article will examine how heritage sites, green spaces, and a focus on the natural world can improve wellbeing. Including the places of traumatic histories, as shown by the work of the International Slavery Museum, located on the historic Liverpool waterfront, and its connection to a built environment within a slavery landscape. The relationship between diverse communities with green spaces and the natural world is often fractured and uneasy. Access to it, lack of it, and culturally and socially distant from it. Yet wellbeing opportunities for diverse communities from green spaces and places, and the natural world, in a broader sense, are numerous, particularly when connected to a historical landscape.