Our external links policy explains how to put links onto your site which point to English Heritage, and how we choose links to external organisations for our own web pages.
Linking to the English Heritage web site
We are happy for people to link to our website without asking for permission first.
However, we request that you use a text link to do this.
For copyright and policy reasons we do not permit use of our logo, text or images on external websites without our permission. Please respect copyright law and do not display text or images from our site as though they were your own.
We do not charge for linking to our site, nor do we accept advertising. However, we do have commercial partnerships with a select range of organisations.
How we choose external links
All the links on our site must be editorially relevant to English Heritage and the work that we do. They are there to provide extra information, explain things in more depth or provide practical advice and guidance.
We prefer to link to external websites that have a quality assurance procedure; are regularly reviewed and kept up to date; look professional, are well maintained and easy to navigate.
English Heritage does not link to sites that are party political; or contain content which is unlawful, defamatory, obscene or offensive. It does not usually link to sites that are not free to access. However, we are not responsible for the content of other websites linking to or from our own.
A link between an existing website and that of English Heritage does not indicate that English Heritage endorses the external website or its work.
If you follow links to other websites, it is your responsibility to guard against viruses or other destructive elements. Remember that some external websites track your viewing habits when you visit them by using cookies or other methods, and may not conform to English Heritage's accessibility standards.