In the News

Catch up on all the news about Britain's heritage. We'll tell you about new openings, new projects and all the things that are happening in the heritage world.  Check in regularly to keep up.
 
Don't forget to check our What's On calendar for lots of special events.

 

Win a Family Pass to Alnwick Castle

28 November 2017

Simply come up with an original and exciting new name for Alnwick's interactive, medieval themed, family area.

Ancient Coins Discovered At Scotney Castle

14 November 2017

You never know what you might find when you open an old drawer in the study of a National Trust property.

Come to the Aid of Ironbridge

14 November 2017

When Abraham Darby unveiled his iron bridge over the gorge of the River Severn in 1779 It was the world’s first single span iron bridge and involved revolutionary new processed for casting iron.

Musical Extravaganza at Shakespeare's House

14 November 2017

This festive season, Shakespeare’s New Place will be transformed into a magical winter dance-circus extravaganza.

A Peerless Pier

9 November 2017

The Stirling Prize for Architecture for the Best Building in Britain in 2018 has gone to a restored historic building for only the second time in its history.

New Museum of Mining Art

9 November 2017

The first new attraction opening as part of The Auckland Project is now launched with the opening of the Mining Art Gallery in Bishop Auckland, Co Durham.

New Technology Unlocks Old Buildings

9 November 2017

Hurrah for English Heritage’s adventurous new collaboration with Google Arts & Culture.

Winter is Coming - Marmalade is Here!

9 November 2017

Jane Hasell-McCosh of Dalemain in Cumbria launched the 2018 World’s Original Marmalade Awards on Halloween Eve at Australia House.

Blenheim Restoration Reveals Hidden Secret

27 October 2017

A rare 18th century coffer, used to hold jewellery and other precious objects, has revealed its hidden secrets following a restoration programme at Blenheim Palace.

Final chance to visit Arundel Castle

24 October 2017

This week is the last chance to visit Arundel Castle this year, as it will close its doors to visitors on 29 October until 30 March 2018.