Posts by Heritage Open Days
Six Sound Walks
Are you ready to take a walk with a difference? Discover the magic of local High Streets with six new immersive Sound Walks. From the cry of gulls in Hull and a carnival….
Join the national team!
Are you a snappy writer with a strategic comms and marketing mind? Love local heritage, working with diverse stakeholders, and developing projects to….
Heritage Open Days Returns With a Recipe for Discovery
The festival Event Directory is available now. This year’s programme offers a recipe for discovery: the festival’s theme is Edible England. From woodland….
Heritage Open Days celebrates Edible England
Annual festival of people, places and community is open for registrations Each year, places across the country throw open their doors and give people the chance to see….
Planning and inspiration for HODs 2021
Registration for HODs 2021 is now open, but where to start? The times they have been a-changing and they aren't done yet. Worry not on the festival front,….
Not all castles are the same... in the heart of Devon sits one that has been an historic family home for over six centuries with a growing reputation as a hub of….
St James the Great Church, Daisy Hill
From telescopes to jigsaw puzzles, the community at this Grade II* listed church in Greater Manchester have continually found new ways to welcome people and share….
Y Theatre Leicester
Leicester's YMCA houses a beautiful Edwardian Theatre - the oldest in the city. This year the site and its history was shared in a brilliant new way as young people….
HODs Festival Review 2020
In a year of unprecedented change, the Heritage Open Days community pulled together to ensure the festival not only survived, but thrived. Learning new skills, coping with….