First Highlights Revealed for 2010
For a taster of what will be taking part in HODs this year have a look at our long-lead press release. Download the document by clicking here..
Consultation Forums provide much ‘food for thought’
A summary of the discussions and feedback from the consultation forums held in March is now available . For more information and to download a copy please see our….
Event Registration now open
Registration for 2010 has now opened. Organisers can either register online through the Organisers Portal or download the forms from the Registration Essentials section of….
2010 Invitations to Participate now available
The new HODs cycle is beginning and the invitations to participate are currently being sent out to organisers. To find out more about organising an event and involving….
Heritage Open Days 2009 Report
Heritage Open Days 2009 was undoubtedly the most successful event in the fifteen-year history of England's annual celebration of local architecture, history and….
Share your experience and memories of this year’s Heritage Open Days
Heritage Open Days 2009 came to an end on Sunday 13 September. The doors had hardly closed when already over 400 visitors had posted comments on this website. We would….
Griff Rhys Jones and Baroness Andrews Launch England’s Most Popular Free Heritage Event
Today (Tuesday 1 September) a street in Brighton where local residents have discovered 100 years of household secrets will host the launch of Heritage Open Days 2009,….
Listen to audio features about three places which took part in Heritage Open Days 2009
We have created three exclusive audio features â€“ discover St Albans South Signal Box, Blackpool's seaside heritage and Nottingham's St Ann's….
Discover more about some of the sites before you go
Before you set off to explore those hidden architectural delights in your area over the Heritage Open Days weekend, why not discover more about some of them on the….