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Sign up to join the National Trust via direct debit and receive a FREE £5 M&S Voucher!
Get unlimited access to some of Britain’s most amazing scenery and sites!
To get your £5 M&S voucher with your National Trust Membership hit the ‘Go For Deal’ button below which will take you to our special link.
About National Trust
Founded in 1895, the National Trust is a registered charity that aims to deliver value and preserve the nation's legacies. It has an estimated 100 million visitors to its open air properties every year, with around 20 million visits to properties that charge a small fee for entry.
The National Trust also sells subscriptions on an individual, joint, family, or life membership basis. Members of the Trust gain unlimited free access to National Trust properties across the UK. The Trust plays an important role, maintaining these valuable buildings, and their period character, as part of our national heritage for current and future generations to enjoy.
National Trust properties number over five hundred in total and vary from the dramatic boulders of the Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland to the white cliffs of Dover. They also own a Victorian lighthouse situated on the White Cliffs, which looks southwards across the English channel towards the French coast.
Period properties steeped in character open up their fascinating interiors for the public to browse through, and admire the displayed contents. The Trust also maintains a Dickensian public house in London, the last surviving galleried inn in the capital.
The contrast in locations and property types keeps visitors coming back and planning holiday itineraries to include visits to medieval castles, moorland or Georgian mansions with beautiful gardens and footpaths through well managed tree lines. Open air sites include parks, woodlands and lakesides. The Trust also often hold special events including talks from experts. There are fossil hunting and gold panning experiences or cycle trails to enthral younger members.
The National Trust also operates a network of holiday cottages and offers venue hire from its headquarters in Swindon, in addition to running a number of shops selling prints and gifts.
Subscribing Members also benefit from free parking in most National Trust car parks, a great handbook that is useful for planning visits, and three copies of the National Trust magazine every year.