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Fiona Bruce with crowd of people at the Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow

One of the BBC’s most loved programmes is back on the road this summer, and is making a visit to the Eden Project. For the first time in Antiques Roadshow history, you can apply for tickets to attend on their website.

Please note, all tickets are being handled via the BBC Antiques Roadshow. You won't need a form of Eden admission to accompany your Antiques Roadshow ticket.

Antiques Roadshow at the Eden Project

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Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team will be back on the road this summer filming the 45th series of one of the BBC's most loved programmes. 

On Tuesday 6 September, they’ll be making a final stop here at Eden! And, for the first time in its history, you can apply for tickets to attend the Roadshow. 
For the past four decades, the award-winning show has visited hundreds of venues in the UK and abroad. Before Covid-19, thousands of people would turn up on the day of filming, many queuing for several hours to show an expert their family heirlooms or car boot bargains.
Over the last two years, through Covid-19, the Roadshow continued filming with strict safety measures and a carefully controlled invited audience only.
This summer, Antiques Roadshow is opening the doors to ticketed guests and filming at iconic locations across the UK, including our site here in Cornwall.

Eric Knowles, Fiona Bruce, Will Farmer at Eltham Palace in London

How to apply for tickets

It’s free to apply for tickets for the Roadshow on Tuesday 6 September 2022 via the BBC website below. You will not need an accompanying form of Eden admission on the day.

About Antiques Roadshow

First broadcast in 1979, the Roadshow remains one of the most popular factual programmes on BBC One, with some six million people regularly watching on Sunday evenings.
Some of the Roadshow's most fascinating finds include a Fabergé flower ornament worth £1million, a guitar owned by not one but two Beatles, a handwritten document signed by Elizabeth I, a ring containing a lock of author Charlotte Bronte's hair, a wristwatch owned by Lawrence of Arabia, a 17th Century miniature book reviewing Shakespeare's plays, and a leather jacket worn by John F Kennedy.
Many objects featured on the Roadshow are found in some extraordinary places. Winston Churchill's hat and letters were discovered in a dump near London, a gold necklace in a bag of compost, and a vanity set from Donald Trump's yacht was found in a charity shop.


Images: © BBC Antiques Roadshow