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Home News Picture Yourself in a Historic Place! Enter the Historic Preservation Month Photo Contest
Celebrate National Historic Preservation Month along with the ACHP, National Park Service, and National Trust for Historic Preservation by entering the National Historic Preservation Month Photo Contest. Everyone is invited to share photos of themselves, family, and friends enjoying a historic place on their own social media sites simply by using the hashtag #MyHistoricPlace.
One winner will be picked weekly and announced each Tuesday in May on the ACHP’s social media sites. Winners will receive a fabulous historic preservation prize package!
View our video, which you can share: https://youtu.be/i1EAl09_wfU
Starting May 1, enter the photo contest by posting a photo using the hashtag#MyHistoricPlace on your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram feeds. You are then automatically entered in the contest!
You must tag the ACHP @USACHP, the National Park Service @NationalRegisterNPS(Facebook), @NPSCLP (Instagram), and @NPSParkCLP (Twitter), and the National Trust for Historic Preservation @savingplaces, and you must also include a brief caption that includes the name and location of the historic place.
Get the vote out! Go to https://woobox.com/ugw53r, or click on “Campaigns” on the ACHP’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/usachp for more information, to view the gallery of photos submitted, and vote once per week for your favorite!
Follow the ACHP on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/usachp/ and like @USACHP on Twitter https://twitter.com/usachp and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/usachp/. USAGov is providing support for the contest and social media campaign.
We all have historic places we love - so share them with us! These sites allow visitors to become more aware of how to build a greater national preservation ethic while raising awareness of the many benefits of our nation’s heritage. Additionally, historic and sacred sites demonstrate to young people their connections to our collective stories.