Be a tourist in your own town
A survey by Heritage Open Days has revealed that becoming a tourist in your own town can make you feel better about yourself, healthier and more relaxed as well as having….
Put on your Marigolds!
The countdown is on! Only a few weeks left until what we hope will be the largest litter-pick in UK history. Clean for The Queen is a nationwide community campaign, which….
£150K Lottery win for heritage festival
Heritage Open Days looks to the future with new funding from players of People's Postcode Lottery. Find out more below or download the press release….
Heritage Open Days Media Manager, Harriet Roberts shares her own experience of organising festival activities and the highs and lows of working with….
Merry Heritage-y Christmas!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again! As usual, high street shops are shouting out loud that they’ve got everything your loved ones could possibly….
Ten things you never knew about bell ringing
1. Church bells are the loudest musical instrument in the world – the original heavy metal band. 2. Bells can be as small as your hand, as heavy as a truck and….
What’s so great about heritage?
As publisher of Hudson’s Historic Houses & Gardens, I’m really interested in what makes us get off the sofa and go out to visit heritage places. ….
Heritage Open Days 2015 in action
Our latest video puts the C in celebration. Produced by Haze Films and filmed in Hull and Kings Lynn, it captures just some of what makes Heritage Open Days so….
The Last Post: rediscovering Alf
This Armistice Day author Alan Simpson tells us about the search for his great-great uncle, one of the 'missing-men' from the First World War. Awakening….