Every September, 5,000 events are hosted across the country to celebrate the fantastic history and culture that can be found right here in the UK. It is your chance to see hidden places and try new experiences all for free! This year, there are two opportunities to get involved with Heritage Open Days as there are two consecutive weekends where you can explore!

Kick off your adventures on 6th – 9th September and then go on a few more over the weekend of the 13th to 16th September.

Many of the events this year will be themed around history’s Extraordinary Women to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK.

Don’t miss out on the events taking place around the UK, click here to find out more about Heritage Open Days and be sure to take a look around our website to find other things going on nearby to really make it a weekend to remember.

https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting

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