september, 2019

13sep10:0017:00HERITAGE OPEN DAYS10:00 - 17:00


(Friday) 10:00 - 17:00


Venues across the region.


Event Details

England’s largest festival of history and culture celebrates its 25th anniversary with thousands of free events taking place across ten days. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore places not normally open to the public and learn more about the heritage on their doorstep. During the annual festival, doors are flung open at some of the country’s best-known attractions, as well as private and community spaces ranging from country houses to museum archives, theatres, churches and wildlife reserves. Until September 22.

PICTURE: This 1688 purpose-built Jordans Quaker Meeting House, burial place of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, is in a rural setting, near Jordans Village.

Enjoy a tour of the Meeting House and gardens and find out more about William Penn, his life, his legacy and his ties to Jordans on selected afternoons from Friday September 13 to Sunday September 22 from 2pm to 5pm. Pre-booking required.


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