Powis Castle and Garden welcomes the BBC's Antiques Roadshow in July

Fiona Bruce looking at antique

It’s time to dust off those family heirlooms and dig out your car boot bargains, as we welcome Fiona Bruce and the BBC Antiques Roadshow team to Powis on Tuesday 19 July 2022. For the first time in the show’s history, it will be a ticketed event so read on to find out how to book your place.

For more than four decades the Antiques Roadshow has remained one of the most popular factual programmes on BBC One with some six million people regularly tuning in on a Sunday evening.

Some of the programmes 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, and a leather jacket worn by John F Kennedy. We can’t wait to see what discoveries are made here at Powis. 

Fiona Bruce with crowd at Antiques Roadshow
Powis Castle and Garden, Wales, Fiona Bruce, Antiques Roadshow
Fiona Bruce with crowd at Antiques Roadshow

What you need to know about visiting us for the Antiques Roadshow


Over the last two years, the Roadshow has continued filming with strict safety measures and a small, invited audience, but this year the programme will be opening its doors to ticketed guests.

How the tickets work 

  • There is no charge to attend the Antiques Roadshow but you must have a ticket.
  • Successful applicants will receive their tickets 4-6 weeks ahead of the event date.
  • You can choose from a morning or afternoon arrival time, the morning session begins at 9am, and the afternoon session at 1pm. 
  • People of all ages are welcome, however please note anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 18.
  • Antiques Roadshow is continually monitoring the latest government advice around public events.
  • Ahead of the event day we’ll send out a more detailed FAQ document with information about everything to expect on the day.

What to expect on the day 

  • On the day of filming, specialists are on hand to offer free advice and valuations to visitors who are invited to raid their attics and bring along their family heirlooms, household treasures and car boot bargains for inspection.

  • Due to the popularity of Antiques Roadshow, you may be required to queue to see our expert team. There will be plenty to see on the day, and we’d encourage you to make a day of it, seeing some of our filming in progress, and soak up the Roadshow atmosphere.

  • Refreshments will be available to buy on the day, but you’re also welcome to bring your own food and drinks.

  • Ahead of the event day we’ll send out a more detailed FAQ document with information about everything to expect at the Antiques Roadshow.
     

Visiting us without a ticket

We’ll remain open as normal on the day of filming but we’re expecting huge numbers of visitors and we will be very busy. Please bear that in mind when planning your visit. 

We will do our best to keep any disruption to a minimum, but you will be unable to access some areas of the garden if you have not been allocated a ticket for the Antiques Roadshow.

You can only get tickets for Antiques Roadshow by applying through the BBC’s official website, and there is no charge.