This one day Historic Buildings, Parks and Gardens Event, has a comprehensive exhibition as its principal feature. The exhibition showcases companies offering advice, products and services in the care, repair, conservation and restoration of historic buildings, their contents and surrounding landscapes.
The event has been running for over 35 years and is held in parallel with the Historic Houses Annual General Meeting. To enquire about exhibiting email Geoff Connelly
The Event has a consistently high attendance record which regularly exceeds 1,000 delegates. It attracts visitors are owners and guardians of historic buildings (private, commercial and industrial), parks and gardens, as well as estate managers, management staff, professional advisers, head gardeners, architects, surveyors, conservators, conservation officers and planners. They are often responsible for Grade I listed buildings, cathedrals, churches, manor houses, windmills, historic town centres, Britain’s industrial built heritage, historic landscapes, including Historic Houses member properties, those of the National Trust, English Heritage, Historic Scotland, CADW and Royal Palaces.
The event puts you directly in front of purchasers, advisors, specifiers and users of products and services needed in the Historic Buildings, Landscape Conservation and Heritage Sectors.
Here’s what people say about exhibiting
“The Historic Buildings event is a very important date in our diary as it brings together such a significant number of historic house and garden owners in one place. It gives us a unique opportunity to talk to our existing clients as well to make other owners aware of what we can offer.”
– Alec Moore, Partner, Weatherbys Hamilton
“The Historic Buildings Parks & Gardens Event provided me with an exceptionally relevant opportunity for me to put my national garden consultancy business in front of the owners and managers of historic estates and gardens around the UK. It also provided me with an opportunity to meet up and connect with many of the other exhibitors who work in our related industry. The stands are well positioned and there was a lot of footfall which made for a very busy and exhausting day.”
– Michael Walker, National Gardens Specialist
Our event offers a unique and unrivalled opportunity for companies offering products and services involved in the care, repair and conservation of historic buildings, parks and gardens to meet with both potential and existing clients who are responsible for Grade I listed buildings, cathedrals, churches, manor houses, windmills, historic town centres and Britain’s industrial built heritage.
All those offering products and services involved in the care, repair and conservation of historic buildings, parks and gardens
Examples of the types of services and advice represented at the exhibition include; interior and exterior building conservation, repair and decoration, garden and landscape design and restoration, lighting, security, building alterations & extensions, carpet restoration, information technology, cast stone, columns & pilasters, estate management, gates, gilding, ironwork, terracotta, textiles, windows, fine art restoration, auctions, energy conservation, valuations, catering, insurance, gifts, souvenirs, publishing, printing, event management and many, many more.organisations.
Exhibitors are supplied with access to our specially designed visitor information page on our website. Exhibitors can invite guests and clients to use this facility to gain free entry to the event.
We can also provide copies of our Visitor Information leaflet giving full details of the day’s programme, including speakers and seminars. Subject to seating availability, all visitors may attend both the morning Guest Speaker and the afternoon Historic Houses/Savills Lecture.
There will be a range of light refreshments and a bar facility during the lunch period with tea and coffee available for purchase all day. Corporate Hospitality rooms are also available to hire for those Exhibitors wishing to entertain their guests in a more private environment. A wide variety of facilities is available, prices on request.
The Event has had a consistently high attendance record which, for each of the past ten years, has exceeded 1,000.
The Event attracts owners and guardians of historic buildings (private, commercial and industrial), parks and gardens – their management staff, their professional advisers and a range of professionals who either purchase or influence the purchase of the great variety of products and services needed and used by this important and developing market sector.
We are pleased to announce the following companies are exhibited at the 2023 event
Adam Architecture, Anglia Lime, Armatile, Art Advisory Group Ltd, Artorius Faber, Ayesa ByrneLooby, Barrett Corp Harrington, Between Time, Beyonk Ltd, BSG Ecology, CambridgeHOK, Cast Iron Welding Services, Cliveden Conservation, Crown and Canopy, CSC Window Films & Blinds, Envirograf Intumescent Systems Ltd, The Environmental Dimension Partnership, Evelyn Partners, Fine Art Restoration Company, The Gardens Trust, Gauntlet Insurance, Gerratts Carpet Planners, Historyonics, Hockley & Dawson, Hostology, Humanists UK, Humphries Weaving Co, Hutton & Rostron Environmental Investigations Ltd, Ingleton Wood, ISO Energy, J & J W Longbottom Ltd, Jarrold Publishing, Jigsaw Design & Publishing, Jonathan Rhind Architects, Land and Water Services Ltd, Locker & Riley, London Parks & Gardens Trust, Marley Alutec, Mason Navarro Pledge, Mid Beds Locksmiths Ltd, Miles Water Engineering Ltd, NT Surveying, Orpheo, Pitchup.com, Professional Gardeners Guild, Purcell, REHEAT, Sally Strachey Historic Conservation, Savills, Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, Spencer & Fry, Stonewest Ltd, Storied Collection, SUN-X Ltd, Sworders, The Morton Partnership, The Rug & Carpet Studio, TM Lighting, Vennersys, The Venue Experts, Virtu Conservation Housekeeping, Water Lilly, Watts of Westminster, Weatherbys Hamilton, Welsh School of Architecture, William Birch & Sons Ltd, Zardi & Zardi