Posts by Heritage Open Days
Volunteer with us - get involved, gain experience and make connections
Ever wondered how such a large and diverse festival runs? Well here's a chance to find out - we have two great new opportunities to join our friendly and….
Share your stories with the wider world - through the world wide web!
Are you interested in sharing the stories of Extraordinary Women with the wider world? Did you know Wikipedia is one of the most popular websites in the world?! And YOU….
A Suffrage Tea + Extraordinary Women Walk, Hampshire
Emma Muscat is a social historian from Southampton who blogged about her first HODs adventure 8 years ago and has been visiting ever since. But this year she was….
575 Wandsworth Road, London
Laura Hussey is House & Garden's Manager at the National Trust's 575 Wandsworth Road, which took part in Heritage Open Days for the first time in 2018. Why….
HODs Headlines 2018
In 2018, for the first time ever, Heritage Open Days was across two weekends, and over 3 million visitors enjoyed the 5,517 events on offer. Coordinated by 2,046….
PEOPLE POWER: Then, Now, Always
What does ‘People Power’ mean to you? Perhaps it’s the recent marches that have taken place in London, or the growing awareness of the dangers of….
Research opportunity - From Engagement to Empowerment: The Future of England’s Heritage Open Days
An exciting opportunity to work with HODs and the University of Leeds on a collaborative PhD researching England's biggest heritage festival. Working with the….
HODS: The Future
Next year, Heritage Open Days will be 25 years old – the perfect opportunity to reflect on and celebrate all that we, our organisers and volunteers….
2019: The BIG year!
This year’s festival was a first for all of us, with Heritage Open Days taking place across two weekends. In 2019, having listened to our organisers and….