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Out There: Our Post-War Public Art
Bessie Surtees House, Newcastle upon Tyne
Free Newcastle Quayside exhibition exploring the sculptures and structures created by pioneering artists between 1945 and 1985, long before the iconic Angel of the North was conceived.
More information about the 'Out There' exhibition
From Rome to the Royal Crescent
Saturday 11 February - Sunday 4 June 2017, No. 1 Royal Crescent, Bath BA1 2LR
An exhibition celebrating the 250th Anniversary of the Royal Crescent in Bath explores architecture from Antiquity to the 18th Century through the models of Tim Richards.
More information about 'From Rome to the Royal Crescent' exhibition
London History Day
Wednesday 31 May 2017 - London
The first ever London History Day, celebrating the capital's extraordinary history and heritage. Museums across the city will highlight an object in their collection that shows how London's people and places have contributed to the city's unique identity.
Find out more about London History Day
London Festival of Architecture
Thursday 1 to Friday 30 June 2017, various locations in London
The annual London Festival of Architecture (LFA) is a month long, city-wide celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice. Historic England, as a partner of the festival, is hosting five events exploring this year's theme of 'memory'.
More about the Historic England events at the London Festival of Architecture
Living History Festival
Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 June 2017 - Weald & Downland Living Museum Singleton, Chichester, West Sussex PO18 0EU
Step back in time whilst you walk through the ages at the Museum’s new signature event. Scores of re-enactors will be bringing the past to life with living history encampments, military displays, trades and crafts and historical demonstrations.
Find out more about Living History Festival
The Atlas of Hillforts of Britain and Ireland
Friday 23 - Sunday 25 June 2017, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG
This weekend conference will provide an opportunity to explore some of the results of the AHRC-funded 'Atlas of Hillforts of Britain and Ireland' project and to set these into wider contexts. Attendance is free, but ticketed.
More information about the conference on The Atlas of Hillforts of Britain and Ireland
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2016 is the 300th anniversary of the birth of landscape designer Capability Brown. The Capability Brown Festival brings together a huge range of events, openings and exhibitions to celebrate and inspire new generations with Brown's love of landscape.
Step into the story of England at a range of events across the country.
A vibrant programme of cultural events and activities connecting current and future generations with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War.
Events by Historic Houses Association members - these range from iconic stately homes such as Blenheim Palace and Highclere Castle to more intimate houses.
Search for a National Trust event taking place near you.
There are over 200 gardens to explore - some historic, some new - in this event on 18-19 June. Right now, you can volunteer to co-ordinate participating gardens.
Among more than 700 buildings you can visit for free are many historical and public buildings such as 10 Downing Street and Banqueting House.
SAVE hosts numerous events throughout the year, including book launches and private talks. Each year SAVE holds an annual lecture.
SPAB's events range from lectures and walking tours about architecture and design to training and opportunities for volunteers to get involved in a conservation project.
Events including lectures and tours that tell the story of 20th century architecture.
A busy programme of lectures, walks and tours taking in Victorian and Edwardian architecture.
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If you're holding a heritage event then complete our event listing form to get it listed on the Historic England website.