Announcing Heritage from Home: travel the world with World Monuments Fund

We’re delighted to announce the launch of Heritage from Home, a virtual tour series featuring some of World Monuments Fund’s (WMF) most iconic sites around the globe, guided by the world-class specialists that safeguard them for the future.

Every month, we will release a new video tour spotlighting one of our signature project sites, from Angkor Archaeological Park in Cambodia to the Qianlong Garden in Beijing's Forbidden City. The site visits will take you behind the scenes of our work and showcase the diversity of places we aim to preserve.

Sign up to receive a new video in your inbox once a month!

WMF members will have the added opportunity to attend a live virtual presentation of select sites with WMF's expert staff. Not a member? Learn more about our membership program and join today!  


Angkor Archaeological Park, Cambodia

Explore the grand temples of Angkor Archaeological Park—one of the most iconic and inspiring archaeological sites in the world—under the expert guidance of Dr. Ginevra Boatto, WMF Representative for Southeast Asia. In addition to the video tour, Dr. Boatto will lead a live members-only virtual conversation on February 26 at 9:00 am EST. Learn more here

Video release date: Friday, February 26



Mughal Gardens of Agra, India

Wander along the banks of the Yamuna River in Agra and discover lush gardens surrounding graceful pavilions reminiscent of the legendary Taj Mahal. WMF India Executive Director Amita Baig will guide you through WMF’s five-year project to ensure the preservation of the Mughal Gardens of Agra goes hand in hand with a wider strategy for urban planning and social equity.

Video release date: Thursday, March 25



Chankillo, Peru

Built over 2,300 years ago in the coastal desert of Peru, Chankillo is truly a wonder of the world. Under the guidance of WMF Peru Vice President, Martha Zegarra and Chankillo Program Director Dr. Ivan Ghezzi, discover what Chankillo can tell us about life in ancient South America and learn about the challenges the site faces today. In addition to the video tour, Martha Zegarra and Dr. Ivan Ghezzi will lead a live members-only virtual conversation on April 29 at 12:00 noon EST. Learn more here

Video release date: Thursday, April 29



Erbil Citadel, Iraq

Over 6,000 years old, Erbil Citadel is considered one of the longest continuously inhabited sites on Earth. Located on an archaeological tell rising 98 ft (30 m) above the surrounding plains, the Citadel is an impressive archaeological feat. Join WMF Regional Director Alessandra Peruzzetto as she introduces you to this ancient wonder and ongoing efforts to recover Erbil's economy and vibrant cultural life.

Video release date: Thursday, May 27




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