Our annual Heritage Open Days will take place again in 2013, between the 12th and 15th September.
In 2012, Norwich and the surrounding area hosted over 200 free events, and 2013 is set to be bigger and better than ever.
More information, including event listings, booking details and information on how to become a volunteer will be available later in the year. Any venues who hosted events last year will be contacted in March about repeating their events.
Venues who did not take part in the 2012 open days, but wish to host an event in 2013, should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heritage Open Days (HODs) is England's largest and most popular voluntary cultural event, celebrating all of its fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to events and interesting properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission.
The HODs programme involves open buildings, guided tours, exhibitions, talks, family activities, window displays, music recitals and dance performances. Participating venues include museums and tourist attractions; private homes; churches and cathedrals; city centre shops, restaurants and pubs; and offices and workplaces.
Nationally HODs is co-ordinated by The Heritage Open Days National Partnership and attracts one million visitors annually. In Norwich, HEART has co-ordinated HODs since 2005, with the programme growing year on year.
With over 200 free events taking place between 6th and 9th September 2012, Heritage Open Days 2012 was one of the most popular and widespread yet.
To browse the events that took place in Norwich, South Norfolk and Further Afield, you can head to our archived events calendar.
You can still relive how this incredible weekend of events unfolded on social media with Storify.
Take a look back at Norwich's Heritage Open Days in this short taster film, and read the behind-the-scenes blog.
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