National Trust

Free National Trust Weekend

National Trust Membership

Sign up for National Trust Membership & take advantage of unlimited entry to hundreds of settings.

Good to know that both 1 & 2 adult family membership options includes all your children & grandchildren under the age of 18 years that could offer substantial savings on a day out throughout the year.

More details available at National Trust Membership Offers.

Discounted National Trust membership prices are set out below;

Single NT membership; £58

Joint NT membership; £95.50

Family 2 Adults inc ALL children; £98

Family 1 Adult inc ALL children; £60.50

More details available at National Trust Membership Offer.

Free Entry to National Trust Settings

Each year, the National Trust runs a free entry weekend around March/April time.  This is a chance to pick up FREE entry to around 250 National Trust settings! Whilst this has now taken place for 2013, we’ll let you know more details for 2014 as they emerge.

National Trust Back to Backs Birmingham

Back to Backs Birmingham

Cheaper Membership for over 60′s

The National Trust offers a reduced priced pensioners membership rate for the over 60′s BUT you have to ask for it!

This National Trust deal offers a significant saving on standard membership prices and is only available to those that have been members for 5 years or more, (within the last 10 years), and are now over 60 years old.

Simply email enquiries@nationaltrust.org.uk for further details as you will not automatically receive this discount and it cannot be back dated.

More details available at National Trust.

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Heritage Open Days; Free Entry

Check out Heritage Open Days weekend that runs each year in September that offers FREE entry to thousands of historic houses, castles and gardens within England.

Whilst this event has now taken place for 2014, we’ll update you with more information as details emerge for 2015.

Paul McCartney’s Home; now a NT property

Cheap Tickets to the National Trust

There are a growing number of visitor attractions that are willing reduce their entrance fees as an enticement to reduce your personal carbon footprint.

National Trust are offering discounted entry to many of it’s settings around the country for those who arrive without the car with 1 in 6  settings now offering  reduced price entrance or tea room vouchers for those arriving without the car.

More details available at National Trust Membership Offers.

Free Entry Offers to National Trust Settings

Last year the National Trust ran a number of free entry offers both in-house & with various publications as set out below;

  • National Trust Free Weekend, (20 & 21 April 2013)
  • National Trust website; National Trust members guest for free offer, (June 2012)
  • National Trust website; Kids Go Free voucher, (August 2012)
  • Daily Telegraph; 2 for 1 National Trust Voucher, (June 2012)
  • Daily Mail; free entry for 2 adults to National Trust settings, (June 2011)
  • Radio Times; free family National Trust voucher, (October 2011)
  • National Trust website; Kids Go Free voucher, (August 2011)

Keep checking back to see what’s on offer at  National Trust settings for this year.

National Trust Membership

National Trust membership offers unlimited entry to over 300 settings around the country plus free parking too.

More details available at National Trust Membership Offers.

Tesco Clubcard Vouchers & National Trust for Scotland

For the National Trust in Scotland you can use clubcard vouchers towards admission charges where £2.50 in Tesco clubcard vouchers will convert to £10 off entrance charges. This can only be used at National Trust settings in Scotland, (over 100 settings to choose from) & cannot be used again annual membership or special events.

Try a National Trust Setting Instead of a Service Station

Ingenuously, the National Trust have plotted out their own visitor attractions that are within close proximity of major motorways around England and Wales.  So if the kids need a burn off some energy, looking for a scenic picnic spot or just fancy a quick bite to eat, it could be worth checking out some of these settings.

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By Liz Walsh

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  1. rebekah behan says:

    Its such a shame there is no membership for just 1 local site to accomodate us doggie walkers. Not everyone wants to travel to see all the sites and buildings. Just want a healthy walk at the local trust site. I think alot more people would buy a local cheaper pass and increase revenue overall.

    • Hi Rebekah, I love your idea – I could see the potential benefits for local people plus added revenue for the National Trust too. Whilst we are independent of the National Trust and unfortunately do not have any influence over policy, I have to say it sounds a cracking idea to me:)

  2. Where can I get a list of all places I can visit free as a member of the National Trust

  3. clive dann says:

    WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO INTRODUCE MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR OVER 60′S. i AM 70 AND ON A LIMITED INCOME. I WOULD LOVE TO SEE SOME OF THE BEAUTIFUL PLACES THE TRUST OWNS BUT I CANNOT AFFORD THE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION IN ONE PAYMENT, MY WIFE AND I WERE MEMBERS SOME YEARS AGO AND LOVED THE PLACES WE VISITED AROUND THE COUNTRY. PLEASE CONSIDER OUR PLIGHT!!!!
    THANK YOU

    • Hi Clive, thank you for your feedback on National Trust memberships. I have to say I like your thinking and I can see it makes financial sense to offer a monthly payment plan. Whilst we at Topdogdays are independent of National Trust, (and any other visitor attraction), you may wish to pass your comments directly to the National Trust. You can email then directly on enquiries@nationaltrust.org.uk.

  4. ?remember reading about eating N.T meals during sept and getting 2 for one pudding vouchers for oct 2013 now not find offer in magazine ??

  5. Barbara Brodie says:

    Good Afternoon Team
    We are visiting Dorset/Hampshire within the next couple of weeks. Do you have any special discounts for 2 pensioners please.
    Thank you very much
    Kind Wishes
    Barbara Brodie

    • Hi Barbara, the National Trust deals tend to concentrate upon their annual membership offers & I cannot find any specific deals for the Dorset/Hampshire regions. If you have been National Trust members for 5 years or more, (in the last 10 years), & are now over 60, you can take advantage of reduced price pensioners membership. Alternatively if you join the National Trust online & pay by direct debit, you can take advantage of 3 months free membership. Have a lovely holiday. All the best, Liz

  6. This dicount card no longer applies to national trust properties

  7. We have been joint members for many years and my husband has just turned 60, however on contacting the NT i was told that nothing could be done as he is not the lead member. As i am not yet 60 we will have to continue paying the 92 pounds until i am, i do feel this is a bit unfair, is there any way around this?

    • Gosh that seems a tad unfair but unfortunately we are independent of the National Trust and don’t have any say over their senior reduced membership offer. Appreciate you taking the time to let us know though so we can pass this on to our readers.

  8. Vivien Wetherill says:

    Our joint membership is due for renewal – how much is a direct debit joint senior reduced rate please? We have been members for over 6 years

    • Hi Vivien, thanks for your query regarding National Trust membership rates. Topdogdays signposts to deals & discounts for visitor attractions & is independent from the National Trust so best to contact the NT directly for membership rates. I understand that the senior membership is available to those that have been members for 5 years or more, (within the last 10 years), and are now over 60 years old. You can contact the National Trust directly on 0844 800 1895 or enquiries@nationaltrust.org.uk.

  9. As my two grandchildren are now over 5 years of age, is the Trust going to repeat last years “Kids go free in August”

    • Hi Ann we’ve been told that the National Trust is not going to be running the national Kids Go Free Offer in August this year. I understand that a select number of National Trust settings will be offering kids go free offers but, as yet, we’ve no further details. We’re sure to update our National Trust offers page as we hear more information on this. It is a shame as this was a fantastic deal over the past few years.

  10. Jill Wood says:

    My self and my mother want to visit National Trust properties this year. Neither of us drive. I am still finding it difficult to access information on how to get to the properties without a car and on which properties give free tea vouchers etc. Please make this information more accessible and increase your incentives for non-drivers.

    • Top Dog Days
      lizwalsh says:

      Hi Jill, thanks for your feedback. Whilst we are independent from the National Trust, (Topdogdays signposts to deals & discounts to visitor attractions), your suggestions have been noted and could perhaps be incorporated into future blog posts regarding National Trust properties.

  11. Phil Leworthy says:

    Tried to join up but I keep getting the message’ we are having tech problems’
    Are you aware of this?

    Thanks

    • Top Dog Days
      lizwalsh says:

      Phil, the National Trust website seems to be working today, so perhaps some technical glitch over the Bank Holiday.

  12. What a lovely opportunity for families to she what a wonderful world this is and hopefully feel like joining the National Trust

  13. The price of joint membership on your lead page is £66.37 and when I proceed to booking it changes to £69.00. This is not what I expect of an orgernisation of your reputation! What is going on?

  14. We were members within the last 10 years for 5 years but gave up a few years ago because of illness. Could you give me information about cheaper membership please

    • Maurich, The National Trust site states that they offer a Senior membership to;
      “Members aged 60+, who have held National Trust membership for a total of at least 5 years in the last 10 years. To buy senior membership, please call the Membership Department on 0844 800 1895.”
      It would be worth giving them a call to see if you are still eligible for this.

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