Special Offers for Annual Membership of Heritage Organisations

Summer 2021 Special Offers. Almost all heritage sites have now reopened following the lockdown, so this summer is a good time to visit some of the UK’s most extraordinary places.

Osborne House
English Heritage: Osborne House

With foreign holidays being problematic this summer, then visiting UK heritage sites could feature highly in your staycation plans.

If visiting more than a couple of sites, then annual membership of a heritage organisation could save you a lot of money.

By taking out annual membership, you will also be helping to support sites, many of which are struggling to keep going.

Please note that for some heritage sites you will need to book in advance before visiting, sometimes at least a day in advance. Click on the individual organisations’ websites for more details.

English Heritage Offers

• For 15% discount on annual and gift membership, click on English Heritage, enter EH2021 at checkout.

National Trust Offers

• To receive a £5 eGift Card with annual or gift membership paid by direct debit, click National Trust. Other £5 gift cards can be chosen when you click through.

Historic Houses Offers

• For a £5 discount on annual and gift membership, click on Historic Houses, and use our unique discount code STEW05.

National Trust for Scotland

• If you are 60+ get 20% discount on standard membership with National Trust for Scotland and you can visit National Trust properties in England as well.

Historic Environment Scotland

• If you are 60+ get 20% discount on standard membership with Historic Environment Scotland.

CADW

We have no special offers for CADW, but for unlimited access to Wales’s past, click on CADW and join for as little as £1.50 a month and you’ll gain unlimited access to over 100 historical sites.


For advice on which heritage organisation to join, please see our articles:

English Heritage versus National Trust – Which to join?
Historic Houses versus National Trust – Which to join?
Heritage: Historic Scotland versus National Trust for Scotland


UPDATED 4th JUNE 2021 by STEVE HANSON.