National Trust

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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.

Lyme House - National Trust, Cheshire
Lyme House – National Trust, Cheshire

Some of these places have been included in articles on this website:

Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire
Belton House, Lincolnshire
Beninbrough Hall, North Yorkshire
Blickling Hall, Norfolk
Brimham Rocks, North Yorkshire
Buckland Abbey, Devon
Calke Abbey, Derbyshire
Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire
Croome, Worcestershire
Dunham Massey, Cheshire
Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk
Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire
Grantham House, Lincolnshire
Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire
Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire
Hare Hill, Cheshire
Killerton, Devon
Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland
Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire
Lyme, Cheshire
Montacute House, Somerset
Nostell Priory, West Yorkshire
Packwood House, Warwickshire
Quarry Bank, Cheshire
Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire
Tintinhill, Somerset
Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire
Wallington Hall, Northumberland
Woolsthorpe Manor, Lincolnshire

If you visit sites regularly, then Annual membership of the National Trust can save you a lot of money. Senior discounts are available once you have been a member for 5 years.

*** Special Offer: To receive free binoculars with annual or gift membership paid by direct debit, click on the National Trust banner above. ***

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.

Many heritage sites close between autumn and spring, For more information, see: English Heritage and the National Trust – Winter openings?


See also:
English Heritage versus National Trust – Which to join?
Historic Houses versus National Trust – Which to join