What's On

What's On

Feel great this summer at our unmissable historic events taking place across the country.

Be sure to tune into our livestream of the summer solstice at Stonehenge to experience the wonder of this timeless sunrise from the comfort of your own home.

We've also got a fantastic range of exciting, family-friendly summer events featuring Romans, pirates, knights, jousts and much more - use the search bar below to find what's on near you.

Members enjoy unlimited access to hundreds of historic places, as well as free or discounted entry to events. Join today to unlock a whole year of great days out.

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Looking for a knights' tournament, or is a pirate battle more your style? Search our packed schedule of summer events below


We'll be livestreaming the summer solstice at Stonehenge for free on our digital channels. Tune in to see the sunset on the evening of 20 June and sunrise on the morning of 21 June.

Keep an eye on the official Stonehenge or English Heritage Facebook pages and the English Heritage YouTube channel for further details.

Please beware of fake Facebook pages, events and groups related to the Solstice - our livestream is free, so never give scammers your credit-card details.


It’s back! The BBC Gardeners’ World Autumn Fair will return to Audley End House and Gardens from 30 August to 1 September.

English Heritage members can click here to benefit from discounted any-time entry tickets, free parking and a BBC Magazine.



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  • Dog-friendly days out

    We love dogs as much as you do, so there's no reason to leave your furry friend at home. We've got lots of options for dog-friendly days out at our castles, abbeys and historic gardens.

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    As an English Heritage member you can delve far deeper into our history. Join today to get unlimited access to the spectacular places where history really happened.

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