The historic places in our care span 6,000 years and include palaces, houses, hill figures, castles, abbeys, industrial sites, Roman forts and even deserted medieval villages.
Play your part in giving England's heritage a future by supporting today. You'll help over 400 places withstand the forces of nature and safeguard their stories long into the future.
How Your Support Helps
Caring for over 400 historic places means everything from restoring Old Master paintings, to carrying out essential repair works on buildings, to planting historic gardens and keeping them blooming throughout the year. Find out how your donations make a difference.How your support helps
Ways to Give
Donate today and help care for historic places spanning 6,000 years of English history
Explore the opportunities for you to play a part in protecting and presenting some of the greatest places in England
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English Heritage Guardians
Guardians champion heritage and are at the heart of our community. Together we can ensure that England’s heritage will survive to educate, involve and inspire future generations, as it has done our own and those before us.
The pandemic has seriously impacted our conservation work, and we need the support of our Guardians now more than ever.Discover More
More Ways to Support
Donate From Overseas
Discover how you can support England's historic places from overseas
Invaluable support from charitable trusts and foundations means that we can enhance and protect the historic places in our care, improve access and widen participation
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Support England's heritage and have fun at the same time by volunteering with us
Find out how you can commemorate the life of a loved one or a special event by giving to our historic places
Gifts Of Objects
We are very grateful to those who give historic objects, works of art and properties to enhance the National Collection