Discover our events for Heritage Open Days this September Learn more
Heritage Open Days is England's largest festival of history and culture. Every September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community and history. Events at our churches this year include concerts, festivals, art exhibitions, talks and tours. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – and it’s all free.
A local history, craft antiques fair
Discover the links between Warminghurst and Pennsylvania, USA, and the rare box pews of this medieval church.
Gloucester Civic Trust Tours throughout the Heritage Open Days
The church will be opening its doors for the Heritage Open Days weekend.
An Art Exhibition by Derek Hougham-Griggs
An exhibition featuring all manner of interesting inventions, and reflecting social history from mobile phones to high fashion that have changed our lives over the last 50 years.
‘Sculpture Around You’ - an Art UK funded project at St Lawrence, Evesham
Explore the peaceful oasis of this Georgian Church, just off the bustling seafront
Find out more about the unique history of Exeter's Medieval churches
Art exhibition featuring the work of artist Maureen Jordan
A talk by Stephen Chater, MA
Photographs, paintings, drawings and assemblages
A free exhibition celebrating 100 years of Langport Football Club!
Still one of Cambridge's best-kept secrets, come and experience this architectural gem in the heart of the city.
St Nicholas on the Hill Tower Tours
OPEN HOUSE & DROP IN TOWER TOURS
Bolton Heritage Mega Walk
Arts & Crafts, Culture & Heritage, Events & Festivals : Halifax
Display of Victorian altar frontals. We will be opening our altar cloths cupboard up to the public to have a look at the intricate design and colours of these textiles.
As part of Heritage Open Days, enjoy the rare chance to go up the tower at St Leonard's
Open weekend with The Britannia Aqueduct Historical Society, followed by a Harvest Festival Service.