List your programs, annual events, talks, walks, signings, reenactments, conferences, and more.
History and living history museums, house museums, historic sites, historical societies and commissions, historic preservation organizations, reenactment groups, genealogy organizations, and other history-related organizations list events, programs, special exhibits, scheduled walks and tours, reenactments, professional meetings and conferences, summer camps, performances, concerts, and holiday programs.
This year's "Make this holiday historic!" campaign also includes materials you can print out and use to merchandise your holiday events, gifts, and gift membership. There is no cost, and they're available to download now.
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.
Then just sign in and update any information that is new.
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.
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.
Easily add each as a separate location, with the description, photos, hours, and events for each location.
Authors and other individuals can publicize their events with their own page.
With The History List, you can use the free calendar widget to share your upcoming events with others and manage your events list on your own website.
Regional, state, and national organizations, or associations with chapters throughout the country, can create an automatically-updating calendar that displays the events from all of their members. Each participating organization enters their events on The History List, and the events appear automatically on the combined calendar, which can be embedded in other websites and blogs.
Organizations without a website can use their page on The History List, adding as much information about their organization as they wish.
The History List is designed so that it adapts automatically to smartphones and tablets.
Conferences and professional events appear on the main page with a "Pro" icon and on a page dedicated to history-related conferences.
Participating institutions receive marketing tips for history organizations monthly through a free newsletter.
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.
If you have questions or suggestions at any point, please let us know. Editors@TheHistoryList.com