A stable network to promote Historic Gardens
By joining the European Route of Historic Gardens, we enhance the knowledge and appreciation of our historic gardens as part of our European memory, history and heritage. The ERHG invites all historic gardens currently open to public and actively engaged in cultural, educational and tourism activities to join the network and collaborate towards this goal.
Our partners can be full members or collaborators
The ERHG is open to all public or private entities that manage historic gardens as well as all entities that study, protect, collaborate or disseminate the values of historic gardens. Likewise, these entities must have full capacity to act and similar purposes to the ones of our association, constituted in accordance with the laws of the different States and on the basis of the European Union and the Council of Europe principles.
Full members have voice and vote and are those natural or legal persons that acquire such condition by request to the Board of Directors, expressing their associative will with full adherence to our Statutes and regulations with the commitment to assume the inherent rights and obligations. Full members contribute economically to the Association.
The collaborators are those natural or legal persons who, in the opinion of the General Assembly, can advise the Association on specific issues. Collaborators may participate in the assemblies when summoned and will have neither voice nor vote. Collaborators do not have to contribute economically to the Association.