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The National Trust is a charity that works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It owns over 200 historic stately homes and manages large tracts of coastline and countryside.
Some of these places have been included in articles on this website:
• Botallack Mine, Cornwall
• Buckland Abbey, Devon
• Killerton, Devon
• Lanhydrock House, Cornwall
• Montacute House, Somerset
• St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall
• Tintinhill, Somerset
London and South East
• Chastleton House and Gardens, Oxfordshire
• Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire
• Belton House, Lincolnshire
• Blickling Hall, Norfolk
• Calke Abbey, Derbyshire
• Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire
• Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk
• Grantham House, Lincolnshire
• Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire
• Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire
• Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire
• Woolsthorpe Manor, Lincolnshire
• Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire
• Croome, Worcestershire
• Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire
• Packwood House, Warwickshire
• Beninbrough Hall, North Yorkshire
• Brimham Rocks, North Yorkshire
• Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire
• Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire
• Wentworth Castle Gardens, South Yorkshire
• Dunham Massey, Cheshire
• Hare Hill, Cheshire
• Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire
• Lyme, Cheshire
• Quarry Bank, Cheshire
• Rufford Old Hall, Lancashire
• Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland
• Wallington Hall, Northumberland
If you visit sites regularly, then Annual membership can save you a lot of money. Senior discounts are available once you have been a member for 5 years.
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However if you are over 60, then you could join the National Trust for Scotland and save about 20% on their standard adult membership, whilst still being able to access all National Trust sites. Click on the banner below for more details.
• Our Top Twenty National Trust Sites
• English Heritage versus National Trust – Which to join?
• Historic Houses versus National Trust – Which to join
• Why should you join the National Trust? An article published by AgeUK.