There are several ticket options to attend presentations at the House History Show.
- Option 1: all-inclusive ticket £45
- Option 2: lecture series bundle £25
- Option 3: individual lectures £10
The all-inclusive £45 ticket - best value
This includes the full programme on Saturday 15 May and the four subsequent lectures in the summer series.
Your £45 ticket gives includes:
- Full access to online event on Saturday 15 May, 10am to 4.30pm, including:
- Six live presentations
- Live Q&A sessions
- The plenary discussion
- Full access to four subsequent lectures (Thursday 20 May, 27 May, 3 June & 10 June, 6.30pm)
- Access to all session recordings for a limited time
- House History Show 'goody bag' featuring downloads and resources
Recordings of all live presentations and the plenary discussion will be made available to paid ticket holders of the live events up until 10 July 2021, to give plenty of time for viewing at your leisure.
The £25 summer lecture ticket bundle
If you wish to view all four of the summer lectures, you will save money by buying the £25 bundle ticket.
Please note: if you have purchased a £45 all-inclusive ticket, you have no need to buy a bundle, as your ticket is all-inclusive.
The £10 summer lecture ticket
The four lectures in the summer series may be bought for £10 each.
To buy a ticket to a lecture in the summer lecture series, please choose from the relevant link below.
20 May, 6.30pm: Back to the Land: The National Farm Survey, Inland Revenue Survey, Tithe and Enclosure Records
With historical researcher, author and house historian Gill Blanchard. Book now for £10
27 May, 6.30 pm: Who's Been Living in My House?
With heritage consultant and house historian Ellen Leslie. Book now for £10
3 June, 6.30 pm: A Virtual View: Online Sources
With accredited genealogist and house historian Cathy Soughton & buildings historian and heritage research consultant Karen Averby. Book now for £10
10 June, 6.30 pm: The Interwar House: From Tenant to Home Owner
With A House Through Time on-screen expert, house historian Prof Deborah Sugg Ryan. Book now for £10