Antiques Roadshow 2024: Full list of locations including London and how to apply

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BBC's popular Antiques Roadshow series will return to London and cities across the country for filming this summer.

The Antiques Roadshow will tour the country once again this summer as it continues its quest of uncovering the nation's most precious vintage gems for 2024. Visiting towns and cities across the UK and Scotland, the show will also film in the capital.

Over the four-decade run of the show, it has toured museums, parks and estates up and down the country.

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Dates for the 2024 filming have now been confirmed which will see the show invite Londoners to bring their treasures to be assessed at the Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery in Ealing this May.

Here's where Antiques Roadshow fans and viewers can join in on all the fun over the summer months.

Full list of Antiques Roadshow 2024 filming locations, including London

Antiques Roadshow will return to the capital next year for filming as it takes over the Ealing based Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery. Here's the full list of the UK Antiques Roadshow 2024 filming locations:

  • Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery, London (May 19)
  • Cromford Mills - Cromford, Derbyshire (May 28)
  • Firstsite Art Gallery - Colchester, Essex (June 14)
  • Thirlestane Castle - Lauder, Berwickshire (July 2)
  • Beaumaris Castle - Anglesey, Wales (July 14)
  • Botanic Gardens - Belfast, Ireland (August 4)

How to apply to feature on the Antiques Roadshow 2024 and get tickets

Antiques Roadshow viewers can get tickets to see the 2024 filing of the show via the Lost In TV website. Those wanting to apply to be featured on the series, can sign up on the BBC website. After selecting which filming spot you want to visit, you can then give details about what vintage treasure you wish to bring along on the day.

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