At The History Project we work hard on our mission to inspire, educate and entertain people of all ages.  We deliver a community history night, after dinner speeches and...
Our community history nights are always pretty special, but this particular night stands out for us.  History Project team member Sharon Powell always delivers an amazing...
Hi folks, early this year we tried something new on our Smuggling Educational Package.  We all know that smugglers got away with their crimes by adopting a campaign of...
On the 12th September 1945 four American soldiers of the 306th Port Company of the 509th Port Battalion of the US Transportation Corps were killed in a horrific accident at...
Another day, another epic adventure at a primary school as we take children searching for actual treasure on their school field, but what will they find?  Help us make...
Bucephalus was the horse of Alexander the Great, and one of the most famous horses in history.  It was said that the wild horse could not be tamed.  In this video we...
  In 1998 Tony Benn made a speech that has been relevant to mankind throughout its whole history and even today. It's short, sweet and very very powerful. Help us make...
  Come on a trip to the city as we explore the history of Canterbury's mighty defensive walls. The first city walls were built by the Romans, probably between 270 and 280...
Famous for its incredible cathedral the city of Canterbury has lots to offer.  Come with us on an adventure as we explore the largest medieval city gate in Britain!  Help...
  Oxney Bottom Woods in Kent has quite a past and has experienced more sightings of ghosts than any other woodland in Britain.  Help us make more videos, click here!