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Heritage Open Days in Liverpool

Screenshot of the Heritage Open Days homepage

The Heritage Open Days website has details of all participating sites across the country

As I mentioned in my last post, a number of sites are opening across the country this weekend as part of Heritage Open Days.

The highlight for me would be the Ancient Chapel in Toxteth, which has important connections not only with the history of astronomy, but also with the New World.

Although by definition single open sites aren’t strictly ‘lansdcape archaeology’ I thought I’d collect a handful of useful links for you showing coverage of the excellent selection of Liverpool locations and events you can visit this weekend (and this weekend only!):

If you’re visiting a Heritage Open Day this weekend (or you’re reading this having already been to one) do let us know what you think in the comments.

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