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Founded to protect the UK’s heritage and allow ordinary people to access sights of historical interest, the National Trust manages over 350 locations, including some of the nation’s most beloved attractions. Anyone who loves history and architecture can see the Trust’s many sites and save money in the process thanks to the National Trust discounts at hotukdeals. Read more

All National Trust Shop Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2020

National Trust - Help with Membership. 25% renewal discount or 3 month payment holiday
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Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
My membership is close to renewal and I wanted to check what my options are under the current circumstances. If you pay your membership fee annually via Direct Debit or cash, you … Read more
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All this is true my only problem is paying more for renewal than a new member does, so just become a new member, simple


Without charity there is no national trust, that means no membership to visit anywhere, are you for real or just on a wined up. And what sort of charity gives you so much back with free admission to most of there managed buildings and of course free parking as well if you only used it ten times a year it would be cost effective, I don't understand some people these days want the world on a plate.


Are you for real, charity is fine as long as we are not ripped off


I liked your comment because you are a QPR fan but I am not sure why you don't see the difference between a charity and a billionare company~!


Do you even understand the meaning of charity?

National Trust Free Access
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Statement from the National Trust We're aiming to open many of our gardens and parks for free during this difficult time, so the nation can use open spaces to relax and refresh, w… Read more
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I wish this had more publicly...but also seems to have kicked in early. We visited Lyme park hoping to have a nice open park space away from others. They closed the car park and the main walkway entrance...essentially making thousands of people go down a 3ft two way path, bunched up and passing each other. Had driven almost an hour to get there with two screaming toddlers, but took one look and had to turn around. Honestly the most irresponsible action by an organisation I've seen this week. If they'd just let people park onsite and stick to their small household groups in the parkland it would have been both safe and beneficial...but obviously everyone saw it both here and via the National Trust email database and decided to go. Why can't they send another email to say it's been cancelled as it'll be the same tomorrow I'm sure.


We have expired this in light of the National Trust's statement today:- The National Trust has announced it will close its parks and gardens from midnight on Saturday to help ‘restrict the spread of the coronavirus’. The decision has been taken ahead of Mother’s Day, which the Trust predicts will attract more people to its open spaces despite Government advice on maintaining social distancing.


Shopping is essential, visiting a national trust garden really isn’t!


They're encouraging the old and vulnerable to go to shops early morning and can use their bus passes before 9:30am!seems to be mixed messages


SImilarly, National Trust Scotland are offering free access to gardens (not sure there's any change): "We’ll be keeping our accessible gardens, country parks and gardens open free of charge, enabling visitors to escape isolation in a safe environment where ‘social distancing’ is easy to maintain" Places to visit:

25% off National Trust for senior (60+) membership - £54 individual or £90 joint (Existing members of 5+ years only)
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Posted 17th Jul 2019Posted 17th Jul 2019
25% off National Trust for senior (60+) membership - £54 individual or £90 joint (Existing members of 5+ years only)
To say a big thank you to our loyal members and to make sure everybody can continue to enjoy the places they love, we offer a 25 per cent senior discount. If you’re 60 or… Read more
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so to sign up to that for me wife and 2 kids i just need to buy a joint one for me and missis and two of the free ones for kids? which cost me £30 compared to £126 with national trust? if i can still access the carparks with it?im game and ill just buy a cofee and a cake each time i visit


Go sign up for the Maltese one, point out to me where it says you need to be a Maltese resident to support the charity? If the reciprocal agreement goes then so be it, I'll still support the Maltese one and pay an extra 30euro for me n the missus too. Is that OK for you or would that sill be a morally apprehensible act? Lmfao indefensible for supporting a foreign charity? is it the f word what's got your back up? Or do you think we should all stop supporting ones that aren't based in the UK? Stop talking utter twoddle mate


Totally agree, it’s like coming to the U.K. to get free NHS after we’ve paid for it all our working lives! IT’S WRONG!


Simple question. Are you resident in Malta or the UK? If the latter you're cheating the system. Try to justify it as you might, you're simply wrong in trying to defend the indefensible.


You a NT Shareholder or something? :p Should I mention that I get a £35 refund for buying a joint NT sub? iI you see this as stealing as well then please take this up with NT themselves as again was thru an agreement with them ;) Then again you could just label this a scam that highly offends you? As I said above we already have our NT sub for me the missus and the bairns direct with NT for parking. My mum and dad visit the places far less frequently than we do they normally with us anyway and won't use the parking. We all travel regularly to Malta and Gozo, the money that's been spent there in the last few years is certainly noticeable, moreso on Gozo than Malta tho. I think Din lart Helwa need far more support than the NT given the size of the place so they got me mums sub opposed to another NT sub sorry if that's against your moral code and still counted as stealing from a charity shop. I understand you feel it's terrible that people are allowed to support the charities they choose ... what a disgusting situation. They recently spent I think something around the €20 mil mark restoring the Citadella on Gozo an even uncovered further parts they didn't know about! It's been on the Unesco waiting list I think since late 90s and well deserving imho. Both Malta and Gozo have little sites dotted around the place that until recently didn't seem to got anything spent on them. If you enjoy history and heritage I'd deffo recommend you visit. I hope that meets your strict code of conduct /T+C's for what you deem to be approapriate/acceptable morals and it's doesn't upset you any further than you clearly already are. Now come over here with your horse as it needs it legs shortened you plonker,

Stonehenge admission for child (5-17 years) £10 inc 1 year National Trust membership & free pair of binoculars.
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Stonehenge admission for child (5-17 years) £10 inc 1 year National Trust membership & free pair of binoculars.
Stonehenge child (5-17 years old) tickets usually cost £11.40 but if you buy a child (5-17 years old) annual membership to The National Trust it costs just £10 and you can use that… Read more
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They were disappointing when you could walk in between them. But at least your approach is free. Personally I feel they're best viewed in a car rear view mirror.


You go and see them for free!! You pay for the bus ride to get there and get to see it a little bit closer than the free area... You have to walk a good 20mins and see them from a barrier. if not many people are on the bus you can just get on it on the way back...


Don’t understand how this is a paid entry place?


Still regretting even after 8yrs for wasted money on it.


National trust and Cadbury’s Easter Hunt @ National Trust and National Trust Scotland
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National trust and Cadbury’s Easter Hunt @ National Trust and National Trust Scotland
Thought I would share this today as family going for an Easter egg hunt. A bit of fun in the countryside and an egg at the end (y) 🏻 Fancy painting and other stuff to do … Read more
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North Wales was a bag of Cadbury mini eggs, think it was only £2..


Depends where you go, only cost me £2.50 each for us and we ain’t a member, just paid £6 parking


I guess you're not an NT member, which makes it much cheaper on the day. Ho hum, each to their own.


So £7 parking plus £10 each for entry to the gardens plus £2.50! Think I’ll buy my £1 egg from home bargains and stick it in the garden. Plus these aren’t egg hunts there “walks around the garden” with an egg at the end. Did one last year.... total joke!


Sounds an awesome day arguing about collective nouns.... We were happy to see a rabbit 🐇, not worrying how to say the word (lol) (lol)

National Trust - up to 50% off sale including homeware, kitchenware, clothing accessories & toys (£4.99 delivery / free £50+)
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Posted 28th Dec 2018Posted 28th Dec 2018
National Trust - up to 50% off sale including homeware, kitchenware, clothing accessories & toys (£4.99 delivery / free £50+)
Up to 50% off selected lines of homeware, kitchenware, clothing accessories & children’s toys.
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The post is about the online shop not membership.


Thats because they are a charity ;)


You need to check your facts they do not. They do allow on certain properties trail hunting which is perfectly legal and monitor it very severely. Ethically they are one of the best companies in the UK.


Would be great if it was any other company. Can’t abide National Trust due to allowing fox hunting on their land. Sorry


Some interesting items. Xmas cards are really nice

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I'll delete then as I don't want it to be an issue. Thanks for pointing it out :)


This is the list of places included in the full offer as mentioned in the original post. National Trust properties are already included as part of the full list of attractions in first post. Attractions: RBSA Gallery The Coffin Works RSPB Sandwell Valley National Trust Birmingham Back to Backs National Trust Baddesley Clinton National Trust Packwood National Trust Stourhead Trowbridge Museum Fleet Air Arm Museum, The National Museum of the Royal Navy Outside of Skipton Town Hall Beginners' Birdwatching at Holes Bay Bucknowle Roman villa threshold stones RSPB Arne National Trust Corfe Castle National Trust Kingston Lacy Smithills Estate WWT Arundel Bristol Old Vic Aerospace Bristol National Trust Tyntesfield National Trust Mount Stewart WWT Castle Espie National Trust Rowallane Garden The National Museum of the Royal Navy, HMS Caroline RSPB Belfast's Window on Wildlife National Trust Castle Ward Museum of Free Derry National Trust Giant's Causeway The Stables Coffee Shop, Benburb Priory Library & Museum Owenkillew Community Centre National Trust Acorn Bank Tullie House The Fitzwilliam Museum Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology University Museum of Zoology IWM Duxford National Trust Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill Kettle's Yard The Stained Glass Museum National Trust Wicken Fen Nature Reserve National Trust Dyffryn Gardens RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands National Waterways Museum Ellesmere Port RHS Garden Hyde Hall Mercury Theatre Colchester Gainsborough's House Christmas Tree Festival Preview Night Clare Castle Country Park National Trust Lavenham Guildhall The Naze Centre Canterbury Cathedral British Motor Museum National Trust Charlecote Lion Salt Works Anderton Boat Lift Visitor Centre National Trust Red House V&A Dundee Montrose Basin Visitor Centre Derby Museum & Art Gallery Deda Markeaton Park National Trust Kedleston Hall Hopkinsons House National Trust Sudbury Hall and the National Trust Museum of Childhood National Trust Calke Abbey St Georges Church Ticknall WWT Caerlaverock RSPB Mersehead Open Treasure at Durham Cathedral Darlington Hippodrome The Station Richmond The Station, Richmond The Green Howards Museum The Auckland Project Tees Cottage Pumping Station Dales Countryside Museum RSPB Blacktoft Sands All Saints' Church, Winterton The Ropewalk National Trust Max Gate National Trust Hardy´s Cottage Severn Valley Railway Black Country Living Museum Oxford House in Bethnal Green National Trust Sutton House and Breaker's Yard Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Scottish Seabird Centre Lowewood Museum Epping Forest District Museum Seaton Jurassic RHS Garden Rosemoor Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery Fingle Woods Isaac Dixon Boathouse, Fairhaven Lake Mackintosh at the Willow National Waterways Museum Gloucester Gloucester Cathedral Gloucestershire Archives at the Heritage Hub WWT Slimbridge Corinium Museum Westonbirt, The National Arboretum The Lightbox The Lightbox RHS Garden Wisley National Trust Petworth National Trust Uppark House and Garden Petersfield Museum Gilbert White & The Oates Collections National Trust Hatchlands Park National Trust Winkworth Arboretum Standedge Tunnel and Visitor Centre RHS Garden Harlow Carr National Trust Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden National Trust Hughenden National Trust Waddesdon Manor Hereford Cathedral & Mappa Mundi The Courtyard Hull People's Memorial Museum Burton Constable Hall & Grounds Eastern Angles Theatre Company Bawdsey Radar Transmitter Block RSPB Minsmere Ancient House Museum National Trust Ickworth Coigach and Assynt Living Landscape Scottish Maritime Museum National Trust Claremont Landscape Garden Volleyball at Loch Leven Community Campus RSPB Loch Leven Bluecoat National Trust Speke Hall, Garden and Estate Museum of Liverpool WWT Martin Mere National Trust Rufford Old Hall National Trust Fell Foot The Dock Museum Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House RSPB Leighton Moss National Trust Sizergh Greyfriars townscape heritage initiative Leicester Cathedral Newarke Houses Museum National Trust Erddig National Trust Bodnant Garden Yr Ysgwrn National Trust Porth Y Swnt National Trust Penrhyn Castle National Trust Plas Newydd Holyhead Market Hall Lincoln Castle Lincoln Cathedral International Bomber Command Centre Royal Armouries Museum Leeds The Hyde Park Picture House Stockwood Discovery Centre ZSL Whipsnade Zoo Manchester Museum People's History Museum National Football Museum The Historic Dockyard Chatham Royal Engineers Museum National Trust Stowe Union Chapel Union Chapel Woodberry Wetlands Walthamstow Wetlands Walthamstow Wetlands Camley Street Natural Park Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books Chilli Studios Chilli Studios Discovery Museum Discovery Museum Hatton Gallery Laing Art Gallery National Trust Gibside Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre and Cafe shrub South Shields Museum & Art Gallery National Trust Washington Old Hall WWT Washington National Trust Hadrian's Wall & Housesteads Fort National Trust Wallington Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre National Trust Cragside YMCA International Community Centre Nottingham Castle Mansfield Museum The National Holocaust Centre and Museum Long Bennington Village Hall Newark Air Museum National Trust Belton House Bulwell Forest Garden National Trust Canons Ashby Canal Museum Wicksteed Park Church of St Peter & St Paul National Trust Tredegar House RSPB Newport Wetlands National Centre for Writing Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery National Trust Blickling Estate Creative Arts East Museum of Norwich at the Bridewell Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes Time and Tide Museum ZSL London Zoo The Royal Air Force Museum London The Story Museum Museum of Oxford Peterborough Museum 900 Voices VIP launch Metal Culture Peterborough WWT Welney RSPB Frampton Marsh Lynn Museum Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk RSPB Titchwell Marsh National Trust Cotehele Eden Project National Trust Lanhydrock Theatre Royal Plymouth The National Museum of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Royal Navy Submarine Museum Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower Royal Armouries Fort Nelson Pallant House Gallery The D-Day Story Preston Little Theatre Co Ltd National Trust Sandham Memorial Chapel National Trust The Vyne National Trust Basildon Park National Trust Greys Court National Trust Nymans National Trust Standen House and Garden RSPB Pulborough Brooks National Trust Polesden Lacey RSPB Rainham Marshes Greno Woods National Trust Hardwick Grimm & Co RSPB Old Moor Cannon Hall Museum Park and Gardens National Trust Clumber Park National Trust Aberdulais WWT Llanelli National Trust Dinefwr Penllergare Valley Woods National Trust Llanerchaeron National Trust Colby Woodland Garden BFI Southbank St Alfege Church Horniman Museum and Gardens RSPB The Lodge National Trust Wimpole Estate Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre National Trust Lyme Buxton Crescent Restoration update at the Devonshire Dome National Trust Quarry Bank National Trust Cliveden National Trust Dyrham Park National Trust Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village National Trust Avebury National Trust Winchester City Mill National Trust Hinton Ampner National Trust Mottisfont Bishopwearmouth Townscape Heritage Scheme National Trust Shugborough Estate RSPB Ynys-hir Middleport Pottery National Trust Biddulph Grange Garden WWT London Fulham Palace Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Natural History Museum Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings National Trust Powis Castle and Garden National Trust Attingham Park and Sunnycroft National Trust Montacute House Abbotsford Museum of Iron and Enginuity The Dorothy Clive Garden National Trust Emmetts Garden National Trust Ightham Mote National Trust Knole National Trust Chartwell National Trust Sissinghurst Castle Garden National Trust Bateman´s National Trust Sheffield Park and Garden RSPB Dungeness RSPB Dungeness National Trust Scotney Castle National Trust Bodiam Castle Drawing Life Yarner Wood Christmas Panto National Trust Godolphin National Trust Trelissick RSPB Saltholme The National Museum of the Royal Navy, Hartlepool Lost Treasures of Strawberry Hill National Trust Ham House and Garden Egham Museum National Trust Osterley Park and House Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew University of West London Heathrow: The Journey at UWL Design Museum National Trust Dunham Massey On board the Daniel Adamson steam tugboat British Museum National Portrait Gallery National Trust Nostell Priory and Parkland Yorkshire Sculpture Park Pontefract Castle Worcester Cathedral National Trust Greyfriars' House and Garden National Trust The Firs National Trust Croome National Trust Hanbury Hall and Gardens National Trust Moseley Old Hall National Trust Wightwick Manor and Gardens York Army Museum RSPB Bempton Cliffs


The post I linked included all free activities in the offer, given that the national trust activities mentioned above are already clearly included in the original post I personally would class this as a duplicate post.


Totally agree. Best thing to do is find out how many places of interest, theatres, sporting events, schools, museums e.t.c. receive lottery funding and boycott them. Or better still go to one of the NT properties listed and pay to enter, as a protest to this shameful promotion.


National Trust is only available till the 7th December. The other thread is till the 9th December, but does include NT properties as well. I'm happy to delete this if it's an issue as I didn't notice the other thread when I searched before posting.

National Trust Membership £34.50 under 25's
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National Trust Membership £34.50 under 25's
If you are 25 or under, you can become a member for as little as £34.50 for the year, £2.88 a month! Gives you free access and parking to so many amazing venues, walks and beaches… Read more

It’s 350 dollars for New Zealand. The loop hole no longer exists. Too many people must have applied. Any other cheap deals out there?

rboyo2010 Looks like you can put uk and get sent the card(s) etc


If I apply for the NZ one, do I need to use a made up NZ address or my UK one?


Good. May the silence reign.


as above, but as said dont mention it :)

Free £10 Amazon Voucher with New Annual Direct Debit Memberships (from £69) at National Trust
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Posted 25th Mar 2018Posted 25th Mar 2018
Free £10 Amazon Voucher with New Annual Direct Debit Memberships (from £69) at National Trust
For those who are interested VoucherCodes are offering a free £10 Amazon Voucher with New Annual Direct Debit Memberships at National Trust. Normally around £5 cashback from Quidc… Read more
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Yes, adult senior membership. Possibly not much of a saving, I took out the plan last year and they auto renewed.


And that's for the senior membership not adult joint? It's £85.20 for thr England one and with the £10 voucher there's not much of a saving.


I don't know, Scottish NT now costs almost the same. Best to check ahead before you travel.


Thank you. Bloody racist again English people buying Scottish NT passes ;) Outrage on Twitter to follow XD


No - free car parking is for members of the [English] National Trust only.

Free Entry for Carers At National Trust Properties
Posted 26th Jan 2018Posted 26th Jan 2018
Free Entry for Carers At National Trust Properties
If you look after somebody who is disabled or are a friend of somebody who is disabled and receives either DLA or PIP then you can get free entry to National Trust properties when … Read more
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Note: To Renew, just send another email with a photo of your latest yearly update letter


You can apply via email :) If this helps anyone else possibly feeling slightly hesitant due to the problems mentioned above.


Use option 5 when calling the above number. They may ask you for your membership number. I had difficulty in insisting I didn't have to be a member to apply for this card.


Carers Allowance effectively works out to a couple of pounds an hour, yet some people here seem to want the carer to pay full whack for accompanying their ward to NT properties. Worse still, many carers get paid zilch. My oh my.


what a insensitive crass comment, trot off to twitter, theres plenty of like minded trolls on there

National Trust Online Shop Sale ie  Small Glass House Terrarium was £35 now £14 - Free Del wys £50 + Free Tote Bag wys £30 (with code)
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Posted 10th Aug 2017Posted 10th Aug 2017
National Trust Online Shop Sale ie Small Glass House Terrarium was £35 now £14 - Free Del wys £50 + Free Tote Bag wys £30 (with code)
National trust have an online and in property sale making their overpriced items a little more reasonable :) I have just purchased the small glass house terrarium, reduced from £… Read more

Do you get a discount if you a New Zealandnationaltrust card and live in London?


Any reductions on LGBT badges?


Lol and me, any free delivery codes? (cheeky)


Many thanks bellamy105 - see a few things to buy! Thanks for posting! Also 2% Quidco.

Join National Trust Scotland and still visit the England sites, save £££'s
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If you are a member of the English National Trust and want to save some money then join National Trust Scotland instead. You still get access to the England sites (amongst others)… Read more
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I joined the Scottish national trust because I am over sixty and I can’t get a discount with the English trust because you have to be a member already which I’ not. With the Scottish trust you get a good discount when joining even if you’re not a member, so what do you expect me to do. To be fair both trusts should be the same also if I am cheating the trust out of money why did they exept my “English address details”to join!


Fashionably late to this particular party


It's even cheaper if you join the new Zealand national trust and can still be used over here. what i will say is if you buy those the money is spent on places in those areas not england. So sort of doing our national trust out of money.


difference between NT and NTS family membership is 25 pounds. I reckon there will be no shortage of smart, experienced, honest people ready to hold and be effective (unless effectiveness is measured by amount one pays into their pocket) in NT D-G post for half of that amount (some might even do that for less. but lets say its 100K) 84K saved, divided by 25 pounds would give an opportunity for 3360 Joe's to get a discount and avoid the need to buy fully legal and honest NTS membership and more importantly avoid being obused by 'Newbold's ... P.S. also, this attitude 'us in E&W vs them in S' is exactly what is driving SNP members. FFS, it is still the same country, isnt it ? Properties in S also constitute GB heritage and need to be preserved. How many people shout 'thiefs & cheats' when somebody points that local Bristol Tesco has discount, while London one does not ? for reference: The Prime Minister is paid £150,402 a year. This includes the basic salary for a member of parliament which is currently £74,962. Is our Government less 'charitable' than NT ?


and where would all the charities that you supported be if they were equally deprived of money by hotukdeals? The National Trust is more than just some charity that props up class heritage and I think your assesment is slightly unfair. That said they could offer cheaper membership rates for those on benefits etc. Perhaps you should contact them and suggest it. Cheers

Over 60's National Trust Joint Senior Membership £78 - save yourself 25% on normal rates
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Posted 24th Jan 2017Posted 24th Jan 2017
Was prompted to post this having seen post for lifetime membership. Normal joint adult annual memberhsip is £105 but if one of you is 60+ you can contact them and get a 25% reduct… Read more
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If you've successfully kept your membership low by joining one of the cheaper sites - Guernsey, NZ or Scotland for example it may be a false economy as you may still have to pay for parking at UK sites. We love Pembrokeshire and there are a number of NT car parks in coastal and countryside areas where I believe you would have to pay but we do not as full members. I think you'll find it in the small print on the other NT websites.


​Yes will still need to pay for parking


Is that just for stand alone car parks? If we visited a national trust site in England with it does that mean we would get into the site for free but have to pay parking?


National Trust England have reciprocal agreements with most other countries equivalent - so yes you can use National Trust Scotland cards to gain access. Though if you don't care about supporting the England sites there are cheaper options than NT Scotland. BUT , don't expect free parking privileges in NT car parks in the UK, (NT have a lot of coastal and lake district car parks)


I checked the FAQs on national trust Scotland website and it says you can use the membership at U.K. National trust sites. Anyone done this? Seems a bit too good to be true.

National Trust  (lifetime membership) - £1499.00
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National Trust (lifetime membership) - £1499.00
Just saw this price and I think it is a bargain ... ish. Obviously £1,499 is a lot of money but if you were to join and live 40 years then it is about £37 per year. If you are … Read more

If the National Trust & English Heritage combined it would still not be value for money.


Not sure if I missed the joke but do they have some kind of rules against tripods?? Been to loads and used my camera, obviously, but never a tripod. That or the joke is over my head...


Cold :p


Bargain (_;)


might get it for my sons next birthday, he'll be 2, but if he lives until he's 90 then this is an absolute steal!

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Hey guys! I just checked my Natwest account turns out you can print off free tickets / family passes to and other extras like free parking to various national parks around the uk.… Read more

I wish there was a means to add extra cold. Ballers could then be ballers.


you dont actually work for natwest do you


It's not a freebie.


Ha! No. I have the iPhone's I can go on holidays, I didn't say it was the same car that kept breaking. Some of us have the sense to buy and sell multiple cars and bikes in the year. But sure jdbigguy if u wanna stick to the same whip (probably a Nissan micro or whatever) all year kool. Let us Baller be baller and u chill at home with a nice cup of coca in ur slippers. :)


this is not a freebie

FREE National Trust wipe-clean magnetic fridge planner and adventure scrapbook - 50 things to do before you're 11  3/4
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FREE National Trust wipe-clean magnetic fridge planner and adventure scrapbook - 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4
Whether it's building a den or flying a kite - or 48 other ways to have fun outdoors - use your free pack to plan adventures and help your little explorers discover their wild side… Read more

Just spotted this in my spam folder Meeeeh evil social network thingy thank you for trying anyway :)


Unfortunately, this offer has now expired and the fridge planner is no longer available Get involved with '50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾' at your nearest participating National Trust place property and pick up your wild adventure scrap book : (


Thank you for your interest This offer is temporarily unavailable. Please try again next week.


doesn t work for me


Link doesn't work for me either :(

3 months Free National trust membership £83.25 ( 3% Quidco) with code NT16008M1
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3 months Free National trust membership £83.25 ( 3% Quidco) with code NT16008M1
After looking at the New Zealand deal I mooched about to get one where the funds go directly to the National Trust. Found 3 months free although it's only a few pounds cheaper than… Read more

Parking isn't reciprocal so how does that help people who need the parking? go to a dozen properties and you have lost out already (or park in NT car parks in the lake district etc) The offer is a good value offer for NT, no need to cold it because you have no need for NT parking.


​It might also help them afford their membership if the so called Chavvy and uneducated stopped wasting their monies on booze and cancer sticks.


The NT is exploiting people? The Bermudan/NZ national trust memberships are intended for residents of those countries. I haven't looked at their portfolios but I imagine they have far fewer stately homes and the like than the UK. If members come to visit the UK they might visit a couple of NT properties, but probably won't be here long enough to go around visiting all of them. So it seems entirely fair that they pay less, as they are getting less for it.


Does anyone know what the offer at the National Trust locations on the day is please? I tend to prefer the 15 months for the price of 12 as we tend to go only really in the hotter months and buying it at the right time you can wrap it around 2 years.


NT16008M1 not working for me ... but.. i played with codes a bit and NT16010M0 gets the same offer - 83.25 by DD. P.S. I support this and other threads suggesting different **Legit** discount options and I believe that NT is aware of those options, but considers them not being an issue. For example, years ago I was a member of EH for couple of years, but since then I am not member or visitor of their sites in any form. So they get NOTHING from my budget. Surely for any business it is negative result.

Free entry to NT Attingham Park if you arrive by public transport, foot or bike. Save £7.50
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Free entry to NT Attingham Park if you arrive by public transport, foot or bike. Save £7.50
Ideal for local people or people holidaying locally. Travel green to the property and entry to the grounds is free. Not widely advertised! Im sure on foot and cycling gains free en… Read more

When we visited the lady at the entrance just happened to notice we had walked in across the field and said it was free entry if you walk there. I then looked it up but could find little about it. Only found mention of bikes on the right in the below link: Not sure about public transport..


found this site mention free for bikes, but doesn't mention the other ways


Well I have claimed this discount twice the first time I just happened to mention that I had arrive on bicycle so the nice lady said oh you get a discount then If you came by public transport you would have a ticket and at the end of the day the vast majority of people wouldn't claim a discount they were not entitled to edit:


Me too please?. :-)


OMD! lool.

£2 parking @ National Trust Wimpole Hall, refunded in shop and cafe! Great day
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£2 parking @ National Trust Wimpole Hall, refunded in shop and cafe! Great day
A great day out at Wimpole Hall. Essentially free parking! £2 parking cost is taken off your shop or café bill! A great place to walk in the grounds and use the café (both free), … Read more

Wimpole finally stopped charging members for farm entry earlier this year.


Also, I think Wimpole Hall charges again if you want to go to the farm.. Some NT properties charge for admission to gardens and Tatton Park also charges £5 for parking. Quite a nasty surprise!


Shugborough Estate is NOT free even though you are a National Trust member, nor is Parkhurst Place .. Very greedy!


I mean that the parkland and café can be entered for free ie without paying to enter the property/gardens or farm. National trust parking is usually expensive and only free for members. Also the National trust do a drinks loyalty scheme so collect ten stamps and you get your next drink for free.


National trust parking only free if you're a member . Otherwise it's usually very expensive

Free Muffin Hot Drink and free entry to Coleton Fishacre Devon - nationaltrust
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Posted 3rd Oct 2014Posted 3rd Oct 2014
Free Muffin Hot Drink and free entry to Coleton Fishacre Devon - nationaltrust
Family volunteering: beach clean at Man Sands Help the rangers to tidy up Man Sands beach after the summer season. As a reward for all of your hard work enjoy free entry on the da… Read more

Coleton is my fave NT in the area. Exudes the dapper spirit of the 20's of the upper middle class.