Why your organization belongs on The History List


The History List is used by hundreds of organizations to publicize their events

 

The largest list of history-related events across the country.

From organizations just like yours.
  • State organizations—the Massachusetts and Kentucky State Historical Societies
  • Preservation organizations—Historic New England, the Newport Preservation Restoration Foundation, the Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund
  • Historic sites—the Old South Meeting House, the Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site
  • Historic ships—the USS Iowa
  • Museums—the USS Constitution Museum, the Neon Museum
  • Living history museums and open air museums—Old Sturbridge Village, the Heritage Square Museum
  • House museums—Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age MuseumBrucemore
  • Associations—New England Museum Association, the American Association for State and Local History
  • Local historical societies—the Marlborough Historical Society, the Peoria Historical Society
  • Foundations—the Freedom Trail Foundation
  • And a wide variety of other history-related sites and organizations—the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Research Library, Wayside InnBread and Roses Heritage Committee

List your programs, annual events, talks, walks, signings, reenactments, conferences, and more. 

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The largest list of history-related events happening all across the country

 

Search by date and distance to travel.

No other site gives users the ability look for history events and organizations and historic sites based on both date and distance to travel.  

It's the most powerful events platform on the web, and it's the only one dedicated to history-related organizations, events, programs, special exhibits, scheduled walks and tours, reenactments, professional meetings and conferences, summer camps, performances, concerts, and holiday programs.

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"I'm incredibly imporessed."

Every repeating pattern we've ever seen.

This makes it fast and easy to add events of all types.

Our standing challenge: If you have a repeating event that isn't covered, let us know and we'll add the repeating pattern and feature your event in our Twitter stream for a week.

On The History List, you can include unlimited text, photos, and videos.

 

Every event has its own page.

This means that you only have to enter annual events once—forever.

Then just sign in and update any information that is new.  

 

Unlimited text, photos, and videos.

Bring your organization and events to life.

You have all the room you need to communicate the excitement of your event so that you draw a crowd.  And it's copy-and-paste simple to add text, upload photos, and embed video.

 

 

Request a free account on The History List or sign in immediately with Facebook

 

 

Anyone who is signed in can enter or edit.

This makes it easy for all types and sizes of organizations.

Whether you are an all-volunteer organization or a large, staffed organization, anyone who is signed in—staff, interns, volunteers—can add an event or update an existing listing, regardless of who entered it originally. 

Add your event now.

 

The History List handles multiple locations

 

Each organization and location or property has its own page. 

This makes it well-suited to organizations that manage multiple sites.

Easily add each as a separate location, with the description, photos, hours, and events for each location. 

 

Events appear at the bottom of every organization and location page

 

 

 

 

 

Events are listed automatically at the bottom of every organization and location page.

 

 

 

 

List your summer camp or program for kids. The only guide to programs at historic sites and from history organizations

The History List publishes the only guide of this great summer programs.

There is no cost to add your camp or program.

 

The annual campaign for history

 

Raise awareness of your holiday events. 

Participate in the award-winning "Make this holiday historic!" national campaign promoting events at historic sites and from history organizations every December.

Add your holiday events to be highlighted on The History List.  Then print out and use free materials to merchandise your holiday events, gifts, and gift membership in your gift shop, on your site, and in your newsletter.  There is no cost, and they're available to download now.

 

The largest list of history and preservation conferences in the US

 

Find a professional conference, seminar, or workshop—or list one you're planning or attending.

The History List contains the largest list of history and preservation conferences in the U.S.  

Browse CFP and early registration deadlines and set e-mall reminders.

If you're involved with a  professional conference, seminar, or workshop dealing with history or preservation, add it to The History List and it will appear on the page of professional conferences and be included in the list sent monthly to other professionals.

 

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Why other organizations use The History List

Join hundreds of other organizations in building a resource we can all use.

There is no cost to list history-related organizations and events.  You can start now by adding basic information about your organization and an event.  It can be updated later by anyone—an intern, volunteer, or staff member. 

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If you have questions or suggestions at any point, please let us know.  Editors@TheHistoryList.com