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A family annual membership to the UK National Trust costs £104, but join the Scottish National Trust and the price is just £69.40 for a year. Membership of the Scottish National Trust also allows entry to over 300 NT properties in England and Wales. Parking is not included outside of Scotland, but as an English NT member I've never been asked for proof of membership to get free parking in their properties (I know there are some where parking charges are enforced though).

Membership prices for Comparison (English / Scottish - paid annually by direct debit. Prices reflect 25% discount in first year):

Family (2 Adults + children): £104 / £69.40
One adult family (1 Adult + Children): n/a / £45.75
Individual (1 Adult 16-25): £30 / £16.90
Individual (1 Adult 26-59): £60 / £39.75
Individual (1 Adult 60+): £60 / £39.75

Following the first year's membership, all prices will be +25% (English NT included)
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1 Like #2
Can get it even cheaper using Tesco Club Card points by the looks it. http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/product.aspx?R=384

And if you don't have any club card points I have heard people join the New Zealand equivalent for even less than over here.
1 Like #3
chapchap
Can get it even cheaper using Tesco Club Card points by the looks it. http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/product.aspx?R=384
And if you don't have any club card points I have heard people join the New Zealand equivalent for even less than over here.

can't use clubcard tokens for annual membership, just for individual entry tickets
1 Like #4
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.
http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
#5
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application

Surely you'd have to be a NZ resident to get this??
#6
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#7
Krinkle
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application

Surely you'd have to be a NZ resident to get this??


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 English Heritage National Trust of Australia (except Currumbin Sanctuary in Queensland - half price admission on presentation of current NZHPT 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; the member rate must be requested; the member rate is not applicable to groups nor to be used with any other offer; a valid membership card must be presented upon check-in or the hotel may charge full rate.
#8
Krinkle
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
Surely you'd have to be a NZ resident to get this??

Nope
#9
williamh1
Krinkle
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
Surely you'd have to be a NZ resident to get this??
Nope
But how do you get card etc, will they send abroad?
#10
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
Do you already have one of these?
#11
cov4theprem
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
Do you already have one of these?

I've had one in the past.
#12
mattgrant
williamh1
Krinkle
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
Surely you'd have to be a NZ resident to get this??
Nope
But how do you get card etc, will they send abroad?

Yes, they'll post it out to you, no problem.
#13
Does scottish membership allow entry into NI sites and parking?
#14
New Zealand membership also gives entry to English Heritage properties.
#15
I spent £12 today for admission to mountstewart nt ireland . The girl said if i take out membership today i will get that deducted of my membership. Can you let me know if i can do it through the scottish national trust.
thanks Mae Glover.
#16
Maeglover21
I spent £12 today for admission to mountstewart nt ireland . The girl said if i take out membership today i will get that deducted of my membership. Can you let me know if i can do it through the scottish national trust.
thanks Mae Glover.
No. Why would the Scottish NT give you £12 off for something you paid to an entirely different organisation?
banned#17
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application

not carparking though
#18
bob99999
williamh1
Cut it by 50% again if you become a member of Heritage New Zealand which also allows entry to any UK NT properties.http://www.heritage.org.nz/get-involved/membership-application
not carparking though
It works out to be £29.00 with the current exchange rat with NZ. :{
#19
I would really like to do the New Zealand loophole BUT would it be bad form? Do you get glared at at the ticket office? Its a great saving, and legitimate from my research...
#20
rubyhettybetty
I would really like to do the New Zealand loophole BUT would it be bad form? Do you get glared at at the ticket office? Its a great saving, and legitimate from my research...
Bad form? Of couse it is!
Glared at? Probably, but if you're the sort of person who wants to rip off the National Trust, why would that bother you?
Legitimate? Yes - if you regard aggressive tax avoidance and cheating as legitimate. :|
1 Like #21
maybe if all NT memberships were even close to the same price then people would not do this!
#22
Anyone joined the Scottish Trust and any hassle South of the border? Thinking about joining and using for my family...
#23
fairy
maybe if all NT memberships were even close to the same price then people would not do this!

Different countries have a different number of properties and land to care for and maintain . Of course the prices will be different.

That said - i am a English National Trust member and i don't agree with much of their pricing and policies.For example:
Clumber park charges a £6.80 parking charge for cars. Only cars pay - busses and other vehicles don't pay ( where is the logic in that ) . If you are a member and forget your membership card , but still have your car sticker that is supposed to allow free parking they still won't let you in without paying. So much for the sticker allowing free parking ! ( its a parking charge here - not an admission charge ! )
#24
I do not live in Scotland and have just bought membership without hassle. Whilst waiting for the card to arrive they send you a temp one through email. Also can confirm Parking is Free with the scottish sticker ( with the usual exceptions).
#25
Thanks LP. Just waiting for September 1st and will renew via the Scottish NT.
#26
cfbc
Anyone joined the Scottish Trust and any hassle South of the border? Thinking about joining and using for my family...

My English NT membership ended so I took the Scottish one and have continued to use it just like my English one with no problems whatsoever.

The only minor "issue" (and this is true of English NT also) is that with a family membership they are starting to insist that both cards are presented for entry. This can be annoying as sometimes my wife doesn't have the 'right purse' with her card in (mine's always in my one and only wallet). That said, we've never been refused entry despite this, just reminded of this silly new rule.
#27
Am I correct in saying if you are an English NT member this will not include Scottish properties where as he Scottish NT includes all uk properties?

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