Heritage Open Days are a celebration of the wonderful architecture that we have to offer here in Britain. Every September, across four allocated days, the nation opens the doors of some of its best loved and cherished Heritage sites. Places not usually open to the public are welcoming of visitors and attractions that normally charge are free.
As well as the places you might be familiar with, it’s a chance to discover some of the hidden treasures nestled away in your surrounding areas. The options are endless, you could enjoy stately homes, tunnels, castles, towers, woodland walks and so much more.
With thousands of attractions all over the country there’s something for everyone. We like the look of Hylands House in Chelmsford, where you can enjoy all kinds of activities across 574 acres of land, best of all it’s completely free.
Wherever you decide to go, make sure you don’t miss out on all the fantastic culture that Britain has to offer for free!
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