On June 24, travel to the magnificent Georgian ducal palace of Stowe House and walk in the footsteps of some of the U.K.'s greatest architects, pioneer landscape designers, and intriguing personalities.
Join Bénédicte de Montlaur, President and CEO of WMF in this Sotheby's-hosted talk highlighting the critical work of rejuvenating neglected heritage sites, pegged to the revival of the magical 15th-century Franciscan monastery Lopud in Croatia.
This year’s Spring Spotlight event will explore the role of cultural heritage as a means of recovery and reconciliation in Iraq.
In this special Spanish-speaking event about the MALI Museum in LIMA, Peru, WMF Vice President Martha Zegarra delves into the history and architecture of the site alongside Juan José Pacheco Ibarra, historian from the Municipality of Lima, and Juan Pablo El Sous Zavala, architect at the National University of Engineering.
Discover the 6,000 year old Erbil Citadel, one of the longest continuously inhabited sites on Earth.
Throughout 2021, WMF will be reflecting on the state of cultural heritage in the Middle East in the 20 years since 9/11. The annual Paul Mellon Lecture will commemorate the anniversary with a consideration of cultural heritage in Afghanistan today.
Travel to the ancient observatory of Chankillo, and discover how its thirteen towers and two observation platforms, spanning the entire annual rising and setting arc of the sun, once allowed its inhabitants to determine the date with an accuracy of two or three days.
On April 22, join us for an On My Watch virtual discussion featuring WMF's project to restore Bennerley Viaduct and place heritage at the heart of community health and well-being.
Join us on March 30 for a special event in which Intelligence Squared and World Monuments Fund Britain will draw back the curtain and reveal the fascinating work that allows period dramas to make use of historically important buildings and castles.
Venice is living on borrowed time. Join us on March 25 for an in-depth discussion on the numerous proposed responses to the challenges facing Venice, from the sea wall to strategies for sustainable tourism.