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**AMAZING** National Trust AND English Heritage Membership £45.00 for a FAMILY!! @ Heritage New Zealand

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That's right!!SAVE £150 PER YEAR!!!! £45 (95 New Zealand Dollars) for a family of 4 to join the 'New Zealand National Trust'. UK Residents can also join. I did last week and all went through fine.
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Another example of rip off Britain.
Brilliant. Thanks. Nothing there about a residency requirement then?
I used mine when i was in tokyo
Brilliant. Thanks. Nothing there about a residency requirement then?
Having just come across this thread and the Bermuda equivalent, I'm amazed that no one seems to have published the rules attached to the cards. It would also be informational if those of you that seem to know a lot about the UK NT/EH could publish their rules attached to the use of overseas cards.
Finally, can anyone link to the actual validity of both the NZ and Bermuda memberships in the UK. Their websites are not helpful in this respect.
Visiting Rights to Overseas Heritage Places
Members of Heritage New Zealand are entitled to free or reduced admission* to hundreds of historic properties around the world as a result of reciprocal visiting agreements in place between Heritage New Zealand and other overseas heritage organisations.

Please note that the organisations listed here do not necessarily operate all of the heritage properties in the country where they are located. Some heritage properties are operated by organisations with which we do not have visiting agreements and therefore will charge you admission.

Members can visit most properties operated by the following overseas heritage organisations free of charge* upon presentation of their NZHPT/Heritage New Zealand membership card. In some cases, a reduced-price admission applies, and some properties may be excluded from the visiting agreement. Check the relevant organisation's website for further information regarding admission, opening hours and other details of the places you wish to visit.

*Surcharges may apply for parking, use of other amenities, and at times of special exhibitions and events.

National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland (excludes Wakehurst Place)
National Trust of Scotland
National Trust of Jersey
National Trust of Guernsey
English Heritage
National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current Heritage New Zealand membership card)
Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Japan National Trust
Zimbabwean National Trust
Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses & Gelderland Trust for Natural Beauty (Netherlands)
National Trust for the Cayman Islands
Bermuda National Trust
Manx National Heritage
Barbados National Trust
National Trust for Historic Preservation (USA)
Note: free admission for Heritage New Zealand members does not apply at all properties managed by the National Trust for Historic Preservation: Kykuit (50% discount), Lower East Side Tenement Museum (20% discount). Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio (no discount) and Robie House (no discount).

Heritage New Zealand members receive the same preferential rates offered to National Trust for Historic Preservation members at participating Historic Hotels of America via this website.

Note: conditions apply - rates vary, are subject to availability, and advance reservations are required; blackout dates may apply;
This may help if in doubt just phone up the property before you visit that way you know if its applicable or not
Having just come across this thread and the Bermuda equivalent, I'm amazed that no one seems to have published the rules attached to the cards. It would also be informational if those of you that seem to know a lot about the UK NT/EH could publish their rules attached to the use of overseas cards.

Finally, can anyone link to the actual validity of both the NZ and Bermuda memberships in the UK. Their websites are not helpful in this respect.
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