English Heritage Membership
English Heritage is guardian to some of the nation’s most treasured and iconic buildings and monuments including Stonehenge, Tintagel Castle, Osborne, Hadrian’s Wall and Dover Castle. English Heritage champions our historic places and advises the Government and others to help today’s generation get the best out of our heritage and ensure that it is protected for future generations.
From a small price for a year's membership, English Heritage members enjoy unlimited access to over 400 historic properties across the country, a whole year’s worth of fun days out, free entry for up to six accompanying children per adult member, free or reduced-price entry to exclusive members’ events giving you access to our experts and a glimpse behind the scenes, exclusive Members’ Magazine four times a year with in-depth features about our properties and wider work, which also includes a nationwide events guide, a free handbook to help plan your next exciting day out, special offers, discounts and competitions for a great variety of products and experiences, and an English Heritage car sticker.
The National Trust is Britain’s largest conservation organisation, caring for over 300 historic houses, 700 miles of spectacular coastline and 600,000 acres of beautiful countryside. The National Trust has been conserving the nation’s treasures for over a hundred years and is a charity that receives no direct support from government. The National Trust does not cover Scotland, although membership does allow free entry to properties owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
With National Trust membership you can visit hundreds of fantastic places in England, Wales and Northern Ireland as many times as you like with children under 5 going free. You get FREE car parking at most National Trust countryside, woodland and coastal car parks, a National Trust membership pack which contains a Members’ Handbook – the essential guide to all the Trust’s properties, opening times and locations, a National Trust Magazine – published three times a year with news, views, articles, features, gardening tips and letters, Regional Newsletters with updates on the special events and activities in your area, a Car parking sticker to give you free parking at most National Trust car parks and a Map Guide which is your guide to over 300 beautiful buildings and 200 glorious gardens.