What is history revisited?

We are a group of riders with a passion for history, who aim to bring to life the spirit and ethos of the historical figures and eras we portray, for the information and entertainment of the general public.

Although many of our members regularly take part in ‘authentic’ historical re-enactments for organisations including English Heritage, The Sealed Knot and EventPlan and we can offer this type of living history display, should you wish to book one, many of our bookings come from County Show or Festival committees, who simply want to provide their local communities with an opportunity to celebrate or commemorate a particular moment in history in a lively and entertaining way.

We are happy to do either type of display, so that we can reach as wide an audience as possible, keeping history alive, accessible and revisited!



The red cross emblem is a sign of neutrality and protection during armed conflict and its use is restricted by law.
History Revisited wishes to thank the UK Ministry of Defence and the British Red Cross for granting authorisation to use the red cross emblem for our re-enactment performances.


Upcoming Events

  1. The Munnings Art Museum

    August 4 - August 6
  2. Knebworth Country, Crafts & Steam Fair

    August 8 - August 9
  3. Beamish Museum

    September 3 - September 6
  4. St Neots Museum

    September 19
  5. Gransden Show

    September 26