Included below are links to organisations, groups and companies which may be of interest to you.
Please note that their inclusion does not imply affiliation with or their promotion of Historic Battlefield Tours.
We are not responsible for the content of these sites.
The Facebook page for the world's leading academic centre for the study of Battlefield and Conflict Archaeology.
The leading charitable organisation for the preservation and promotion of British Battlefields.
The Inventory of Scottish Battlefields and associated resources on the Historic Scotland website.
Re-enactors who portray the homefront during Britain's finest hour and who provide educational lectures and visits to schools.
A UK based publishing house who specialise in high quality, affordable books and booklets on the Napoleonic era.
An organisation whose main aim is to stimulate interest in the authentic recreation of 17th century military life in Britain.
The Journal of Conflict Archaeology is without doubt the leading academic publication for students and enthusiasts of Battlefield studies alike. Details on how to subscribe can be found by clicking the link above.
Advance Archaeology is a company dedicated to providing a commercial archaeological service for clients with cultural heritage issues associated with their developments.
Spectacular Jousting and Mediaeval Entertainment - recreating the Tourney from the 12th to the 16th century.
With members throughout Ireland, Legion Ireland are a society dedicated to portraying through
National Living History Fayre
The friendly re-enactors’ market with no politics, affordable stands, and CAMPING!
Quality researched and inspired 18th Century and Regency period reproduction historical costumes.
Raptorcare offer Medieval Falconry with static and flying displays; a full living history display.
Irish living history during the Viking age. Their name, Gael Agus Gall, translates literally as “Irish and Foreigner”, derives from a 12th. century manuscript entitled “Cogadh Gaedel Re Gallaib”.
Black Star Leather
Leatherware specialists based in North Wales. All of their items are made to order and each piece is HAND CUT, HAND CARVED, HAND DYED and HAND SEWN - no machines
All items can be personalised with initials, a name, a carving and hand dyed in a range or mix of colours
Civilian and military living history displays of the 15th Century, site interpretation,reconstruction,
The Red Wyvern Society
The Red Wyvern Society is an historical re-enactment society that depicts as many aspects of life in fifteenth century Britain as possible, including living history, cooking, crafts, arms & armour, archery and trebuchet. New members are always welcome.
Celtic Web Merchant
Celtic WebMerchant is an international webshop based in the Netherlands. We make and sell reconstructions from the Bronze Age to the present time, such as historical weaponry, armour and clothing. We are an organisation with Gaelic roots, specialised in European history. Our employees are schooled and trained in different historical periods and art styles and can therefore offer a variety of options for custom work and research.
The History and Heritage Accommodation Guide
Makers and suppliers of historical weaponry.
Our aim is to bring historically correct weaponry from the early Pole Guns, Arquebus and Matchlocks via Cannons, Rampart Guns and Wall Guns to the Flintlocks and Percussions of the 19th Century to the re-enactor, museums, heritage sites, private collectors and history enthusiasts.
If you are interested in medieval history this is the website for you! It contains information about the Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, Normans, Plantagenets, early Tudors and much more!
Add an air of authenticity and quality to your outdoor activities, historical re-enactments, theatre, television, film sets, or a different dimension to your barbeques, exhibitions and promotions with our beautiful English made reproduction tents.
Prior Attire provide costumes for a variety of periods, starting from the late Roman era, up to the 20th century. Every item is thoroughly researched, and all care has been taken to render it as close to the original as it is possible, using the patterns and techniques appropriate for the period.
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