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​Northamptonshire Archives and Heritage at the Record Office

Visit the Northamptonshire Record Office to see 800 years of Northamptonshire's family and local history.

  • Family history Family history

    Looking to research your family history? Northamptonshire Archives can help. 

    Whether you are just starting out, or are looking for an elusive detail, our huge range of documents could be exactly what you are looking for.

  • Local history Local history

    Researching a location in Northamptonshire? Northamptonshire Archives have a huge range of information that can help. We can help you find out more about the people and businesses that have made a place what it is today using a sources unavailable elsewhere.

  • Professionals Professionals

    Northamptonshire Archives understands the needs of teachers, students, university academics and professionals such as developers and planners and we have a passion for seeing our collections used to further knowledge and to help the county grow. 

See how your local town centre has changed over the years

 Northampton Market Square, 1819
 Northampton Market Square, 2016

"I've been visiting Northamptonshire Archives from time to time for over 25 years and it remains the best service of all of those I have used. I look forward to visiting again."

- Mr CB

​Here are some of the images that we hold

This morning, everyone working in the Record Office, or visiting us, is invited to observe a minute’s silence at 11am in the Searchroom, in remembranc...

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Timeline Photos

On this day in 1819, the future Queen Victoria was born. Document P/30 is a newspaper article from 1913, commemorating the day when she passed throug...

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The behind the scenes tour of the Archives and nuclear bunker on 3rd June is now fully booked! We will put another date in the diary for later in the...

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