Historic House

Historic House, the quarterly magazine of the Historic Houses Association is published in February, May, August and November and is sent to all members, including over 1,600 house-owning members and 50,000 Friend members. The HHA represents a group of individualistic and diverse properties ranging from palaces and castles to small manor houses including some of the finest historic houses and estates in the UK.

Advertising in Historic House
Historic House appeals to a general audience as well as to the unique community of HHA members who live in and work at independently owned mansion properties.  The magazine carries features on Historic House members and their houses, and provides vital information about the issues involved in the preservation of this important part of our national heritage.

The magazine is therefore an important method of communication for the Association with its members and a means of contact with potential and existing clients (for those offering relevant products and services).

The Historic Houses Association is the single largest representative body for owners of the nationís finest historic houses and gardens. As such the audience of the magazine is large and financially significant, and includes owners, professional staff working at Historic Houses properties, and members of the public who regularly visit these wonderful places. An estimated 26 million such visits were made last year, making Historic Houses a vital part of the UKís tourism economy.

For information of advertising in Historic House please contact Mariam Oakley on 01462 896688 or email: 

For more information on the Association, visit their website at www.hha.org.uk.

Loose Inserts
Historic House offers an extremely successful loose insert service, providing an opportunity to reach either house-owning members or 50,000 friend members, or both, at a fraction of the cost of a direct mailing. Standard charges apply for inserts up to 15 gms in weight. Heavier inserts are accepted subject to a separate quotation which will be based on weight.