33 results for conservation areas
Witley Court and Gardens
A hundred years ago, Witley Court was one of England's great country houses, hosting many extravagant parties. Today it is a spectacular ruin, the result of a disastrous fire in 1937.
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens
Time really does stand still at Brodsworth Hall, one of the most unusual visitor attractions in South Yorkshire.
Almost Lost: London's Buildings Loved and Loathed
Many of London's most treasured historic landmarks were once threatened with demolition. Using the latest digital technology, 'Almost Lost' charts the highs and lows of a century of heritage protection in our capital city.
We care for 400 historic places that span six millennia. Thanks to our donors, we're carrying out the largest conservation programme in our history.
Volunteer at Kenwood
We need volunteers to help us tell the story of the building, the collections and the estate to the thousands of people who visit us each year.
Meet the conservator
Log into your Members' Area to discover more about painting conservation.
‘Slide’ through history at Framlingham Castle this february half term
6 metre slide opens from Framlingham Castle's wall walk 7-year-old Jack Love wins competition to be first visitor to have a go Half term Knights and Princesses event runs throughout half term week
Brodsworth's Award Winning Gardens
Join Dan Hale, Head Gardner at Brodsworth Hall & Gardens for a personal tour of these award winning gardens.
Conservation of the Cell Block at Richmond Castle
English Heritage is embarking on an ambitious programme of conservation to preserve thousands of pieces of graffiti in a 19th-century cell block at Richmond Castle.
Hull's Heritage Walking Tour
Join Trevor Mitchell, Historic England Planning and Conservation Director, for a walking tour of Hull and discover the city's heritage in this special year as City of Culture 2017.