Heritage Open Days 2023

I’m mindful that my recent article about Gertrude Jekyll may have inspired you to want to learn more about this inspirational gardener and horticulturist, so in this post I’m sharing information on an array of Gertrude Jekyll themed events, as well as gardens, vineyards, and interesting places you can visit during the Heritage Open Days.

Every September, the Heritage Open Days allow visitors to experience local history, culture, and architecture. 

Heritage Open Days 2019

An annual event, held every year in September, the Heritage Open Days allow visitors to experience local history, culture, and architecture.  The Heritage Open Days provide a rather wonderful opportunity to visit interesting, historic, beautiful, and important places, which are normally closed to the public.  These special events also give visitors an opportunity to enjoy free entry to some rather lovely places that usually charge an admission fee. 

Heritage Open Days 2018

I have some wonderful news to share with you, the Heritage Open Days have been extended for 2018!  This event will now create eight, very special days during September 2018, where you can experience local history, culture, and architecture.  The Heritage Open Days provide a rather wonderful opportunity to both open, and visit interesting, historic, beautiful and important places, which are normally closed to the public; as well as giving you an opportunity to enjoy free entry to some lovely places that usually charge an admission fee.

The Heritage Open Days are four very special days of the year, where you can experience local history, culture, and architecture, and visit special places which are normally closed to the public, as well as enjoying free entry to places that charge an admission fee.

The 2017 Heritage Open Days will be held from Thursday 7th September 2017 to  Sunday 10th September 2017.  

Heritage Open Days 2016

This year the 2016 Heritage Open Days will be held from Thursday 8th September 2016, to Sunday 11th September 2016.  The Heritage Open Days are four very special days of the year, where you can experience local history, culture, and architecture.  During the 2016 Heritage Open Days you can visit special places which are normally closed to the public, and enjoy free entry to places that charge an admission fee.  

I hope these money saving offers and ideas will inspire you to garden, support local businesses and gardens and save you money!

To read my article with money saving offers and discounts for 2016, please click here. 

Friday 17th April 2015 is the first National Open Gardens Day, gardens up and down the country will be opening their doors to the public for free.