2 for 1 entry to English Heritage properties with Saturday's Telegraph
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2 for 1 entry to English Heritage properties with Saturday's Telegraph

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Found 19th Jun 2014
The Telegraph has teamed up with English Heritage to offer readers the chance to enjoy 2 for 1 entry to more than 100 English Heritage properties across England. See the newspaper on Saturday, June 21.

English Heritage invites you to stand in the very place history happened from the 1066 battlefield near Hastings where the last English King fell to the Secret Wartime Tunnels at Dover Castle where the “Miracle of Dunkirk” was masterminded. Step into the study where Darwin wrote the book that shook the Victorian world, “On the Origin of Species”, or walk in the footsteps of Roman soldiers as you explore one of the forts that span the 73 mile stretch of Hadrian’s Wall. If Victorian grandeur with a dash of seaside fun is more your scene, then get across to the Isle of Wight and spend a day at Queen Victoria’s royal residence, Osborne.

This year has bought history to life across even more of their sites. For the first time in over 400 years you can stroll along the wall walk at Bolsover Castle and take in its panoramic views and children of all ages can enjoy playing with Victorian toys and games in the nursery at Audley End.

HOW TO CLAIM

See the newspaper on Saturday, June 21 for details of how to claim this exclusive offer.

PARTICIPATING PROPERTIES

East of England

Audley End House & Gardens
Castle Acre Priory
Framlingham Castle
Great Yarmouth Row Houses
Grime's Graves
Orford Castle
Saxtead Green Post Mill
Tilbury Fort
Wrest Park

East Midlands

Ashby de la Zouch Castle
Bolsover Castle
Hardwick Old Hall
Kirby Hall
Kirby Muxloe Castle
Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace
Lyddington Bede House
Peveril Castle
Rushton Triangular Lodge

London

Apsley House
Chiswick House
Eltham Palace
Jewel Tower
Marble Hill House
Ranger's House
Wellington Arch
Kenwood (free admission)

North East

Aydon Castle
Barnard Castle
Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens
Berwick-Upon-Tweed Barracks
Main Guard
Brinkburn Priory
Dunstanburgh Castle
Etal Castle
Lindisfarne Priory
Prudhoe Castle
Tynemouth Priory and Castle
Warkworth Castle and Hermitage
Hadrian's Wall
Birdoswald Roman Fort
Chesters Roman Fort
Corbridge Roman Fort
Housesteads Roman Fort

North West

Beeston Castle
Brougham Castle
Carlisle Castle
Furness Abbey
Lanercost Priory
Stott Park Bobbin Mill

South East

1066 Battle of Hastings, Abbey and Battlefield
Bayham Old Abbey
Carisbrooke Castle
Deal Castle
Dover Castle
Lullingstone Roman Villa
Hurst Castle
Medieval Merchant's House
Osborne
Pevensey Castle
Portchester Castle
Richborough Roman Fort and
Amphitheatre
Rochester Castle
St Augustine's Abbey
The Home of Charles Darwin, Down House
Upnor Castle
Walmer Castle and Gardens
Yarmouth Castle

South West

Berry Pomeroy Castle
Chysauster Ancient Village
Cleeve Abbey
Dartmouth Castle
Farleigh Hungerford Castle
Hailes Abbey
Launceston Castle
Muchelney Abbey
Okehampton Castle
Old Sarum
Old Wardour Castle
Pendennis Castle
Portland Castle
Restormel Castle
Sherborne Old Castle
St Mawes Castle
Tintagel Castle
Totnes Castle

West Midlands

Boscobel House and the Royal Oak
Buildwas Abbey
Goodrich Castle
Haughmond Abbey
Kenilworth Castle
Stokesay Castle
Wenlock Priory
Witley Court
Wroxeter Roman City

Yorkshire

Aldborough Roman Site
Brodsworth Hall and Gardens
Byland Abbey
Clifford's Tower
Conisborough Castle
Helmsley Castle
Kirkham Priory
Middleham Castle
Mount Grace Priory
Pickering Castle
Richmond Castle
Rievaulx Abbey
Roche Abbey
Scarborough Castle
St Peter’s Church, Barton-upon-Humber
Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse
Whitby Abbey
York Cold War Bunker

EXCLUSIONS LIST

South West

Glastonbury Tribunal
Royal Citadel (Plymouth)
Stonehenge

South East

Calshot Castle
Camber Castle
Maison Dieu

East of England

Bushmead Priory
Castle Rising Castle
Denny Abbey and the Farmland Museum
Hill Hall
Landguard Fort
Longthorpe Tower

East Midlands

Wingfield Manor
Sibsey Trader Windmill

West Midlands

Mortimer’s Cross Water Mill

North East

Gisborough Priory

4 Comments

also incase peopel dont know its fre for royalmail staff

free for royal mail staff??? why?

louthepoo

free for royal mail staff??? why?



english heritage has been for years,no idea why.
you just show your work pass and it gets the work member,1 adult and 5 children .

myroyalmail.com/new…you
Edited by: "ramiuk1" 20th Jun 2014

Royal Mail are corporate members of English Heritage so their staff get in to most of their properties on production of their work pass
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