The Historic Buildings Parks & Gardens Event 2020 – Visitors

Entrance to this major heritage conservation day is FREE OF CHARGE.

Our Event is all about the care, repair, conservation, maintenance, preservation and restoration of Historic Buildings, their contents and surrounding Landscapes.

The all-day exhibition will consist of 75 exhibitors offering advice, solutions, guidance and support, as well as a wide and diverse range of products and services. Ranging from the traditional to cutting edge technology and across all areas of historic building and landscape conservation.

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.

FREE ADMISSION is available to owners of historic buildings or those who are involved in the upkeep, restoration or conservation of historic buildings, private or commercial, their contents or associated landscapes.


Event Information

  • Tuesday 10th November
  • 9.00am – 5.00pm
  • Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE

Pre registration for 2020 will open in August.

Visitors are welcome to attend on the day, you will just need to register at the Hall-McCartney desk in the foyer of the QEII.

With 75 exhibitors at the event, offering all kinds of support, advice, products, services and solutions to both owners and professionals working with historic buildings and landscapes, it would be a shame to miss it. We hope to see you there.

If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact Ann Clemmens Tel: 01462 896688

Historic Houses members are not eligible for our pre-registration offer and should register with Historic Houses.


This not to be missed exhibition, provides visitors with a superb opportunity to discuss current and future projects with experts and specialist suppliers.

Exhibitors from 2019 included (click to view the website):

AC Cooper ReproductionsAdam ArchitectureAhwazian Oriental Carpets & Rugs, Artorius Faber, ATS HeritageAvongard Ltd, Blockdox, BSG Ecology, Buxton Building Contractors Ltd, Calders & GrandidgeCharter Lighting Ltd, City & Guilds of London Art SchoolCliveden Conservation Workshop LtdColvin & Moggridge Ltd, Conservation Resourses UK Ltd, Core Conservation LtdCRL RestorationCSC Window Films & BlindsEdward Bulmer Natural PaintEnvirografFrancis W. Downing LtdGainsborough, James Byatt Garden & Estate LandscapesGate-A-MationGauntlet Insurance Services LtdHaddonstone LtdHeritage PhotographicHumphries Weaving & Heritage TrimmingsHutton+Rostron Environmental Investigations LtdisoenergyJ & J W Longbottom LtdJarrold Publishing, Jex Plant & Silt Pumping, Jigsaw Design & PublishingJonathan Rhind Architects, Le Lay Architects, Linney Cooper LtdLloyd & Whyte LtdLocker & Riley (FP) LtdLubbe & Sons (Bulbs) LtdLUCLycettsMarley AlutecMarsh Private ClientsMason Navarro Pledge, Michael Walker: National Gardens Specialist, Pegasus Group, Placecloud, Plowden & Smith Ltd, Prelude Stone LtdPriva UK Ltd, Reine D’Amour Ltd, Houses of Parliament & Renewal Programme, Sally Strachey Historic Conservation LtdSavills (UK) LtdSearcysSec Tech UKSmith & WilliamsonSpanish Slate Quarries UK LtdSpencer & FrySun-X (UK) LtdSworders Fine Art AuctioneersTatra Glass, The Gardens Trust with Heritage Open DaysThe Morton Partnership Ltd, The Professional Gardeners’ GuildThe Real Pearl Co.The Rug & Carpet StudioThe Society for the Protection of Ancient BuildingsTM LightingTy Mawr Lime LtdVennersys Ltd, Virtu Conservation Housekeeping Ltd, Weald & Downland Living Museum, Weatherbys Hamilton LLP, Weatherbys Private Bank, Wilkinson Ltd

Historic Houses Guest Speakers 2019

12.00 Noon Sue Biggs CBE, Director General The Royal Horticultural Society

3.15PM The Earl and Countess of Carnarvon, Highclere Castle

For a full list of previous guest speakers and lecturers please click here