Explore our exciting programme of behind-the-scenes events, created exclusively for our Members.
Meet our experts, enjoy special access to English Heritage sites and other fascinating locations, get the inside track on some of our work, and try out new skills in hands-on, Members-only workshops.
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MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP
As an English Heritage Member you can delve far deeper into our sites and other historic places around the country as our experts invite you behind the scenes. Enjoy exploring after hours, handling original artefacts, or learning exclusive insights on specialist walking tours of restricted-access areas.
With more than 200 Members-only events on throughout the year, across the country, it's just one more way to make the most of your membership with us.
All Members' Events have limited availability and must be booked in advance.
To book, call us on 0370 333 1183. Lines are open 8.30am - 5.30pm Monday - Friday and 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday.
Discover a selection of upcoming Members' Events on our highlights calendar, and explore the full range by using our Members' Events Search.
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Conservation in Action: St Marys in CastroThu 6 Oct
Join our Senior Properties Curator, Roy Porter for a close look at the conservation work currently taking place to St Marys in Castro church.
Garsington Opera at Kenwood HouseWed 12 Oct
Join us for an exclusive evening at Kenwood and enjoy the delights of an exclusive performance by one of Garsington Opera's singers, including music from the 2017 season, followed by a tour from our Curator of Art.
Battlefield Walk: The Battle of Flodden (1513)Tue 30 Aug
Join us for a three mile guided tour of the remarkably unchanged battlefield with Historian Julian Humphrys and admire the stunning views across Northumberland.
The Golden Age of HorsemanshipSat 10 Sep
Join Historian Dominic Sewell of Historic Equitation as he explains the architecture and purpose of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle's, breath-taking Riding House at Bolsover Castle.
Battlefield Walk: Battle of Winceby (1643)Mon 12 Sep
Join Historian Julian Humphrys for a five mile walk over the site of the Lincolnshire battle which was an important moment in the careers of future Parliamentarian leaders Oliver Cromwell and Thomas Fairfax.
Discovering Berwick's BarracksWed 14 Sep
See the cannons at Berwick Barracks in a new light. English Heritage Collections and Project Conservator, Leesa Vere-Stevens will give a guided talk explaining the recent conservation and restoration work that has been carried out on this collection.
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"The guided tour at Southwick House was probably the best guided tour I have ever experienced and the guide in the underground tunnels was absolutely the right man for the job. Not an academic like his counterpart upstairs but very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. I learned a huge amount from both of them and I would highly recommend this particular event."
"The Draklow Tunnels afternoon was a great experience that I would thoroughly recommend. The Guide was excellent, so knowledgable and approachable and you could tell he really loved the project. I felt a bit like Indiana Jones exploring a place forgotten after the Cold War. I will definitely go again!"
"The Guide was quite outstanding in his attitude, knowledge of the subject and his marvelous ability to put this across to a wide range of members in the party. He made Cleeve Abbey come alive and recounted information from basic day-to-day grind to etherial and factual details which were textured with pathos and colour - thank you Michael and English Heritage."
"..The passion that the event leads pass on is always intoxicating...We were buzzing all the way back from Dover Castle to Birmingham."
"A wonderful experience given by a passionate historian who wanted to share her knowledge."
"It was EXCELLENT - our guide was interesting and informative and fun!"
"I was amazed at the time these experts gave to our small group. I felt really privileged to have taken part. I learned a great deal and really appreciate the work English Heritage is doing to save our historic buildings. A fabulous event we both thoroughly enjoyed thank you all very much."