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How To Grab A FREE National Trust Family Ticket Worth Upto £50!


Free Family National Trust Family Ticket

Free Family National Trust Family Ticket

 
 

40,000 FREE National Trust Day Passes Up For Grabs

What's The Deal?


Worth up to £50, Reach PLC is offering a one-time free entry to your chosen attraction and covers admission for two adults and up to three children (or one adult and up to four children).


This pass is single-use and is valid once from the date of issue through to Friday, 8 March 2024 inclusive, excluding bank holidays and bank holiday weekends


This National Trust family pass offers a one-time entry for two adults and up to three children, one adult and up to four children, or two adults on their own. Adults are those aged 18 or over; children are those aged 5–17 inclusive; under 5's receive free admission at National Trust properties—all you need for a lovely day out with the family. There are over 500 incredible places to visit. You might choose to visit beautiful gardens and check out the summer bloom on offer, perhaps a picnic under ancient trees on a summer day, or perhaps head off on coastal walks with miles of unspoilt coastline or visit wild moorland or nature reserves, maybe visit stately homes and explore great works of art, and it's glorious gardens, perhaps the kids would like to visit ancient castles; there are so many incredible properties you can choose to visit, and what better way to explore these spectacular places, than with a free National Trust family pass!

How Do I Claim My Free National Trust Family Ticket?

History shows these free family day passes go very quickly, so if you want to grab a ticket, you'll need to fill out the form on the website and the pass will be sent to your email inbox. The offer ends on 9th February, or earlier if all the 40,000 tickets go sooner, which is very likely! There is no charge for this ticket, and you don't need to buy anything.

Do I Need To Pre-Book?


Some National Trust properties require booking in advance of the visit date. Please check the property’s website before visiting to check whether this is the case and book tickets. At these properties, without a booking, they cannot guarantee entry. To book where required:

  • Visit the property’s website, and click ‘Book a Visit’.

  • Select a free member’s ticket, and when asked for your membership number, type REACHWINTER24

  • Complete the transaction, and you will receive a confirmation email. If you only select the free member's tickets, you will not need to enter your debit/credit card details, and you will not be charged.

  • Bring along both your booking confirmation and the pass. Present these to the National Trust team member on arrival. Without both the booking confirmation and the free family pass, the venue cannot guarantee entry, and without the free family pass (email or cut-out), you will not receive free entry and will be charged the full admission price.


This pass is single-use and is valid once from the date of issue through to Friday, 8 March 2024


The free family pass is valid in National Trust properties within England, Wales and NI - although there are some exclusions. Below are the properties that are NOT participating in the offer. This National Trust family pass does not allow admission to places with reciprocal entry agreements, such as English Heritage (including Stonehenge) or National Trust Scotland.



Are all National Trust Venues Participating In The Offer?


Unfortunately, not all properties are able to participate in free admission promotions; these promotions, including the Guest Pass promotion, are only valid at participating properties. Please see below for the list of properties where your voucher may not be used. 


Places in the East 

  • Hatfield Forest

  • Orford Ness National Nature Reserve

  • Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds

Places in London and the South East

  • 2 Willow Road

  • 575 Wandsworth Road

  • Ascott

  • Ashridge Estate

  • Boarstall Tower

  • Buscot Park

  • Buscot Old Parsonage

  • Carlyle's House

  • Clandon Park

  • Cobham Mausoleum

  • Coleshill Heritage and Rural Skills Centre

  • Dorneywood Garden

  • Eastbury Manor House

  • The Homewood

  • King's Head

  • Leighton House Museum

  • Leith Hill Place

  • Oakhurst Cottage

  • Old Soar Manor

  • Pitstone Windmill

  • Princes Risborough Manor House

  • Priory Cottage

  • Stoneacre

  • St John’s Jerusalem

  • Waddesdon

  • Wakehurst Place

  • West Green House Garden

  • West Wycombe Park

  • Woolbeding Gardens

Places in the Midlands

  • Belton House

  • Birmingham Back to Backs

  • Cronkhill

  • Farnborough Hall

  • Grantham House

  • Middle Littleton Tithe Barn

  • Morville Hall

  • The Old Manor

  • Priest's House

  • Rosedene

  • Town Walls Tower

Places in the North

  • Alderley Edge

  • The Beatles Childhood Homes (20 Forthlin Rd & Mendips)

  • Braithwaite Hall

  • Cragside

  • Dunstanburgh Castle

  • Formby

  • Gawthorpe Hall

  • Hadrian’s Wall & Housesteads Fort

  • Hardman's House

  • Maister House

  • Moulton Hall

  • Mount Grace Priory

  • Nether Alderley Mill

  • Steam Yacht Gondola

  • Tatton Park

  • Wentworth Woodhouse

Places in Northern Ireland

  • Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge

  • Giant's Causeway

  • Murlough National Nature Reserve

  • Portstewart Strand

Places in the South West

  • Bath Assembly Rooms

  • Brownsea Island and Ferry

  • Great Chalfield Manor

  • Hailes Abbey

  • King John's Hunting Lodge

  • Lundy

  • Philipps House

  • St Michael's Mount

  • Treasurer's House

  • Westwood Manor

  • White Mill

Places in Wales

  • Aberdeunant

  • Cilgerran Castle

  • Cwmmau Farmhouse

  • Dolaucothi Goldmines

  • Segontium

  • Skenfrith Castle

  • Ty Mawr Wybnant

All the properties can be found on the National Trust website, and the National Trust site will give you information on opening times and parking facilities and will also confirm any restaurants and cafes that may be available on site.

Other Exceptions


Exceptions include all car parks and properties managed by Historic Houses Hotels Ltd, English Heritage, CADW, London Partner properties and local authorities.



What Is The National Trust?


The National Trust is a UK-based charity and conservation organisation founded in 1895. Its mission is to protect and conserve historic buildings, gardens, parks, and other important cultural and natural heritage sites for future generations to enjoy. The National Trust owns and manages over 500 heritage properties and over 247,000 hectares of land across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, including houses, gardens, castles, parks, and coastlines. The organisation also works to promote appreciation and understanding of the UK's heritage and offers a wide range of educational and recreational activities for the public to enjoy. The National Trust is funded by membership fees, donations, and government grants, and it is one of the largest membership-based charities in the UK.


With all the spectacular sites available to visit, it is always worth remembering that they'll be busy during the peak time of the early morning, so often it is better to wait until late morning or later afternoon to avoid the crowds if you don't intend to visit all day.  The venues will also be busy at weekends, half term and bank holidays.


Looking for inspiration about which National Trust place to visit? If so, take a look at these other blogs, which talk about National Trust visits and other family trips they've taken, which will give some inspiration, hints and tips:






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