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As part of Heritage Open Days this year, the National Trust will be opening over 300 of its properties for free on Saturday 13 September. Across England, Northern Ireland and Wales there will be opportunities to see conservation in action, learn about traditional skills and take behind-the-scenes tours or view rooms not usually open to the public.
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Thank you, didn't know about it. Heat given.
How about Scotland??
Theirs also 700 properties open to the public in London the weekafter.

Very good went last year,visited Westminister Hall & the Foreig Office plus Wellingtons offices & House.

see my old post
thanks, voted hot
Not just the National Trust, this is part of something much bigger
and not just Saturday but Thursday - Sunday in England and every weekend in September in Scotland
For England, Wales and Scotland see
For Northern Ireland see
my college is a national trust building:

just pulled this off the college intranet:

ncn News
Historic Adams Building celebrates National Heritage Open Day
9 September 2008

The Adams Building opens its doors to the public on Saturday 13th September from 11am to 3pm as part of the annual National Heritage Open Day, England’s largest free cultural event. Visitors will be welcomed by ‘Victorian’ ladies and gentlemen and get the chance to tour the building with a costumed guide, or join in the celebrations with plenty of activities on offer for all the family.
A campus of New College Nottingham, located on Stoney Street, this Grade II* listed building is probably the largest and finest surviving Victorian lace warehouse in the country. A variety of stalls, Victorian games and a tea room will be available throughout the day.
Named after its original owner, Thomas Adams, the building was designed by eminent Victorian architect Thomas Chambers Hine as a lace warehouse and salesroom, and was completed in 1874. A tour of the building is a ‘must’ for anyone with an interest in Nottingham’s industrial history, architecture, European-influenced building styles and Victorian working life, and all are welcome. Tours start at 11am and run at regular intervals until 2pm. Entry is free for all.
Thanks, great post means young people who don't want join can have a free day.
Thanks, there's quite a few places to visit in the Midlands. Heat and rep given.
lol i was planning on going to attingham park in shropshire on sat, just got a letter from dvla saying i got to hand in my licence, had brain surgery to remove a tumour 3 weeks ago and they dont want me driving untill i fill a questionairre! looks like the only one who cant go will be the OP. have fun if you do go at least my first deal didnt go cold lol.
Thanks OP, rep left, sorry you won't be able to partake yourself.

Anyone know if I could get into Stone Henge for free with this deal at the weekend, I believe it's part of English Heritage?
thanks, h&r added
Thanks, great post means young people who don't want join can have a free day.

You dont want to pay £1 to join?

A young persons membership is £21, if you do it through quidco there is a possible £20 cashback.

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