Association for Heritage Interpretation

 

 

 

 

 

Association for Heritage Interpretation – United Kingdom

AHI began life in 1975 as the Society for the Interpretation of Britain’s Heritage. It has a membership of over 400 interpreters from around the world.

The Association for Heritage Interpretation is a key forum for anyone interested in interpretation – the art of helping people explore and appreciate our world.

AHI believes that interpretation enriches our lives through engaging emotions, enhancing experiences and deepening understanding of places, people, events and objects from the past and present.

The Association for Heritage Interpretation works to:

•Encourage excellence in interpretation
•Promote professionalism in interpretation
•Facilitate discussion and exchange of ideas
•Support a wide range of organisations in their service to visitors
•Develop and recognise best practice

AHI is managed by an Executive Committee which meets three times a year and holds an AGM at the Annual Conference in the autumn

 

Association for Heritage Interpretation
Mr. Steven Richards-Price 
steven.richards-price@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk