Where the Antiques Roadshow will be in 2016

Discover where you can find the Antiques Roadshow valuations this year

Do you have a car-boot sale find that you think has hidden value? Or do you have a family heirloom that you'd like to know more about?

Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow experts will be back on the road from 12th May until 25th September at some of the UK’s most beautiful historic homes and locations.

If the discoveries made during the filming of last year’s series are anything to go by, the antiques will be as jaw-dropping as the venues themselves. Finds included a musical penknife valued at £80,000, a sketch attributed to Picasso (bought for a few pounds in a house clearance sale), and a Cairngorm Stone brooch belonging to Prince Albert in an episode filmed at Balmoral Castle, the Queen’s private residence in Scotland.

For the new series, filming starts on 12th May at Tewkesbury Abbey in Gloucestershire (pictured above), which was consecrated in 1121 and is one of the UK's finest examples of Norman architecture.

From Tewkesbury, the team will visit 11 other locations, including Trelissick in Cornwall on 15th September, a National Trust garden dating back to 1271 that is perched on its own peninsula, and the breathtaking house Audley End in Essex, which was England's largest private residence when it was finished in 1614.


Here is where you will find the Antiques Roadshow this year:

Thursday 12th May, Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire

Thursday 26th May, Audley End House and Gardens, Essex

Wednesday 1st June, Arley Hall and Gardens, nr Northwich, Cheshire

Wednesday 8th June, Baddesley Clinton, Forest of Arden, Warwickshire

Thursday 16th June, Ightham Mote, nr Sevenoaks, Kent

Sunday 26th June, BBC Caversham Park, Berkshire

Wednesday 6th July, Holker Hall and Gardens, Cumbria

Sunday 17th July, Burton Constable, nr Hull, Yorkshire

Thursday 28th July, New Lanark World Heritage Site, South Lanarkshire

Wednesday 7th September, Pembroke Castle, Pembrokeshire

Thursday 15th September, Trelissick, Cornwall

Sunday 25th September, University of London, London

Entry is free. For more information go to bbc.co.uk/antiquesroadshow

Words: Helena Blackstone

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