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Share your experiences with other heritage lovers

Visited a house or garden recently? You can now share your photos and recommendations with the Historic Houses community on our brand new Facebook Group.

Burton Constable Hall gardens and orangery

We know that the joy of Historic Houses membership isn’t just that feeling of brandishing your membership card at the gate to gain free entry, but the chance to share your photos and memories with your family and friends afterwards. If you’re a Facebook user, you can now join our official Historic Houses Supporters Club to share your photos and recommendations on places to visit with other heritage lovers like yourself.

Why join the Historic Houses Supporters Club?

Share your photos

Upload the best photos from your special day out to showcase how much you enjoyed your trip and to demonstrate what other Historic Houses members and heritage lovers might look forward to seeing on their own days out.

Harewood House AutumnHarewood House, Autumn

Recommend places to others

We're all looking for a bit of inspiration on how to best use our Historic Houses membership cards and to explore the nation's heritage. Now you can help others in a similar position find the best places to visit next on their travels, while also hearing from other members on where they've enjoyed visiting recently.

Hever Castle is the perfect family day out in Kent

Connect with other like-minded souls

Historic Houses members share a love for the UK's fabulous heritage, and on our new Facebook group you can celebrate that heritage with other members and heritage lovers. 'Like' their photos, comment on one another's posts, share tips and tricks for visiting, the group is a chance for you to get ever more involved in the Historic Houses community.

Tour group at Middleton Hall

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Historic Houses Supporters Club

Sign up for our free bulletin

Are you interested in the stories locked away inside Britain’s Historic Houses? Every Friday, we publish a free newsletter detailing news, stories and details from our member houses. From the stained glass windows of Knebworth House to the armoury of Bamburgh Castle, whether you’re a member or just interested, subscribe here and explore the treasures of Britain’s Historic Houses.