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Historic Scotland - 15 months membership for the price of 12 - £106 (2 adults & up to 6 children)
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Historic Scotland - 15 months membership for the price of 12 - £106 (2 adults & up to 6 children)

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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Hello

Was on Historic Scotland’s website and see they are doing 15 months of membership for the price of 12. I was going to do Direct Debit myself for £7.99 a month which was for 2 adults and up to 6 children (aged 5 to 15 years) however on seeing this deal opted to go with it. Not a major saving but means you are getting 15 months for £106 rather than £119.85.

There are other prices on the site for 1 adult, concessions etc.

This link shows you the benefits of joining Historic Scotland.

members.historic-scotland.gov.uk/benefits

Hopefully this post helps someone!
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But if it was £106 for 12 months, then it would have originally been £132.50 for 15 months?
The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian National trust is still available for £40 for a family ticket, covers you for over 1000 venues.

Please Do NOT post this as a deal which closed the NZ loophole. Shhhh
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 3rd Dec 2019
@ellie27 Hello thanks for commenting I was taking it on the basis of it being £7.99 a month Direct Debit for the package I was going for so was doing £7.99 x 15 = £119.85. You get a 10% discount if you go down the Direct Debit route. My maths could also very well be wrong. It’s a saving nonetheless
HerefordCiderApples03/12/2019 21:09

The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian …The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian National trust is still available for £40 for a family ticket, covers you for over 1000 venues.Please Do NOT post this as a deal which closed the NZ loophole. Shhhh


Thank you, will have a look. Don’t worry your secret is safe with me (and hopefully others that read this thread )
Debbie_Shaw03/12/2019 21:14

Thank you, will have a look. Don’t worry your secret is safe with me (and h …Thank you, will have a look. Don’t worry your secret is safe with me (and hopefully others that read this thread )


It's about £73 with taxes now. I just checked. My brother lives in NZ so I use the NZ Heritage still. They cottoned on to the amount of overseas members and bumped it up to 350NZD. My Cousin lives in Canada and told me about it when she visited a few years ago. Not sure it will cover the Historic Scotland Sites. I had a quick look and there were loads of castles included on the Canadian NT. I'm afraid we only visit Scotland in the autumn half term for a fishing trip in Argyle.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 3rd Dec 2019
HerefordCiderApples03/12/2019 21:22

It's about £73 with taxes now. I just checked. My brother lives in NZ so I …It's about £73 with taxes now. I just checked. My brother lives in NZ so I use the NZ Heritage still. They cottoned on to the amount of overseas members and bumped it up to 350NZD. My Cousin lives in Canada and told me about it when she visited a few years ago. Not sure it will cover the Historic Scotland Sites. I had a quick look and there were loads of castles included on the Canadian NT. I'm afraid we only visit Scotland in the autumn half term for a fishing trip in Argyle.


Came up as $130 including a surcharge to offset mailing costs!
foxyladykezza03/12/2019 21:34

Came up as $130 including a surcharge to offset mailing costs!


Which is around £73 converted from $C130.
It's £34 ($69NZD) if you have someone who is resident and can post it on to you.
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 3rd Dec 2019
HerefordCiderApples03/12/2019 21:22

It's about £73 with taxes now. I just checked. My brother lives in NZ so I …It's about £73 with taxes now. I just checked. My brother lives in NZ so I use the NZ Heritage still. They cottoned on to the amount of overseas members and bumped it up to 350NZD. My Cousin lives in Canada and told me about it when she visited a few years ago. Not sure it will cover the Historic Scotland Sites. I had a quick look and there were loads of castles included on the Canadian NT. I'm afraid we only visit Scotland in the autumn half term for a fishing trip in Argyle.


Yes have had a look. It looks like it offers free or discounted entry to National Trust sites in Scotland. We looked at a National Trust membership but thought a Historic Scotland membership would be better for our needs. Thank you for letting me know though, hopefully someone who sees your post will get use from it. Definitely seems like you got a good deal when it was on offer!
Edited by: "Debbie_Shaw" 3rd Dec 2019
Debbie_Shaw03/12/2019 21:39

Yes have had a look. It looks like it offers free or discounted entry to …Yes have had a look. It looks like it offers free or discounted entry to National Trust sites in Scotland. We looked at a National Trust membership but thought a Historic Scotland membership would be better for our needs. Thank you for letting me know though, hopefully someone who sees your post will get use from it. Definitely seems like you got a good deal when it was on offer!


Might be a good idea for next year, I find that I don't feel compelled to return to a venue more than a couple of times, although we have an English NT nearby which is fantastic for young children, with den building in the woods and the main draw of a golf buggy ride from one side to the other. The volunteer octagenaian drivers think they are Lewis Hamilton.
As a layman not from Scotland but with family there, is this any good?
calumyeah03/12/2019 22:05

As a layman not from Scotland but with family there, is this any good?


I’d definitely say it is value for money, considering an adult ticket to Edinburgh Castle is £17.50 or Stirling Castle being £15.00 for the day, you would make your money back in no time. Of course it depends entirely on how much the person would use it but basically for getting 15 months of HS membership, I could get my money back from just visiting 3 castles with my family is what I’m trying to say (although will be visiting a lot more than that ). Hope that makes sense.
Debbie_Shaw03/12/2019 22:11

I’d definitely say it is value for money, considering an adult ticket to E …I’d definitely say it is value for money, considering an adult ticket to Edinburgh Castle is £17.50 or Stirling Castle being £15.00 for the day, you would make your money back in no time. Of course it depends entirely on how much the person would use it but basically for getting 15 months of HS membership, I could get my money back from just visiting 3 castles with my family is what I’m trying to say (although will be visiting a lot more than that ). Hope that makes sense.


Thank you, that's very helpful, have a good evening
HerefordCiderApples03/12/2019 21:09

The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian …The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian National trust is still available for £40 for a family ticket, covers you for over 1000 venues.Please Do NOT post this as a deal which closed the NZ loophole. Shhhh


Tax was $60 so came out at $130 - still a good saving though
Debbie_Shaw03/12/2019 22:11

I’d definitely say it is value for money, considering an adult ticket to E …I’d definitely say it is value for money, considering an adult ticket to Edinburgh Castle is £17.50 or Stirling Castle being £15.00 for the day, you would make your money back in no time. Of course it depends entirely on how much the person would use it but basically for getting 15 months of HS membership, I could get my money back from just visiting 3 castles with my family is what I’m trying to say (although will be visiting a lot more than that ). Hope that makes sense.


Edinburgh Castle is £19.50 these days. £17.50 is advanced purchase

remember you get 50% off English Heritage for 1st year of membership and after that, if you renew your membership (do not cancel), English Heritage attractions are for free for Historic Environment Scotland members.
andrzejkwecka04/12/2019 08:47

Edinburgh Castle is £19.50 these days. £17.50 is advanced purchaseremember …Edinburgh Castle is £19.50 these days. £17.50 is advanced purchaseremember you get 50% off English Heritage for 1st year of membership and after that, if you renew your membership (do not cancel), English Heritage attractions are for free for Historic Environment Scotland members.


Thank you for the info sorry was just going off the prices on the Edinburgh Castle website, can’t believe it’s £19.50 usually. Definitely a saving then going for the annual membership!
Debbie_Shaw04/12/2019 09:39

Thank you for the info sorry was just going off the prices on the …Thank you for the info sorry was just going off the prices on the Edinburgh Castle website, can’t believe it’s £19.50 usually. Definitely a saving then going for the annual membership!


I only know because I was there two weeks ago and assured myself in keeping the membership
HerefordCiderApples03/12/2019 21:09

The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian …The NZ heritage loophole is now closed to non residents but Canadian National trust is still available for £40 for a family ticket, covers you for over 1000 venues.Please Do NOT post this as a deal which closed the NZ loophole. Shhhh


I might be the only one not knowing the answer but does having Canadian National Trust membership entitle you entry into other countries National Trust venues?
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