The Crafts Study Centre is proud to participate once again in the national scheme of Heritage Open Days.
Celebrating the fantastic architecture and culture that England has to offer, Heritage Open Days encourages free access to places that are either normally closed to the public or would make a charge for admission. Heritage Open Days celebrate what makes local communities and neighbourhoods special by stimulating curiosity and discovery and, by connecting people with their local places, fosters a sense of belonging and pride.
For four days every September, buildings of all age, style and function welcome the public for this chance to discover and explore architectural treasures, take part in tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life.
Visitors will be able to see the Centre’s reserve collections and a specially curated group of objects will be brought together for more detailed analysis.
EACH TOUR IS FROM 11.00am TO 12.00 noon DAILY ON THE 8, 9 & 10 SEPTEMBER
TICKETS: Free admission - advance booking required as numbers are limited to 6 people per tour. For more information and to book, please contact the Crafts Study Centre.