HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of heritage and culture. Across the country, thousands of heritage venues take part, opening their doors and providing a variety of heritage events, free of charge. For Blackpool, the event is an opportunity to explore and showcase the town’s extraordinary and eclectic history, uncovering unique local stories and hidden treasures.

Heritage Open Days 2020 Update

Heritage Open Days 2020 takes place 17th - 20th September. Due to the current Covid 19 situation and lockdown, we are unable at this time to make a decision on whether the event will take place. We are continually assesing the situation and we will keep the public informed on our decisions on the website and over our social media pages.

Heritage Open Days Blackpool and the Fylde Coast

Heritage Open Days Blackpool and the Fylde Coast is coordinated by Blackpool Council’s Heritage Service and Fleetwood Civic Trust. We are extremely proud each year to provide a rich programme across Blackpool, Lytham, Fleetwood and Wyre, revealing some of the finest heritage across the coast. 

We are proud to work closely with the Heritage Open Days national office in London. To learn more about Heritage Open Days on a national scale, visit www.heritageopendays.org.uk

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History Centre

first floor

Blackpool Central Library

Queen Street, FY1 1PX

+44 (0)1253 478090

lines closed during closure, please email

 

historycentre@blackpool.gov.uk

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