- Can I buy National Trust membership on site?
- Can I add someone to my National Trust membership?
- Do National Trust members get free entry?
- How much is National Trust membership for seniors?
- Is English Heritage the same as National Trust?
- Can I bring a guest on my National Trust card?
- Do National Trust cards have photo ID?
- Is Kew Gardens free to National Trust members?
- Do National Trust members get free entry to heritage?
- What’s my National Trust membership number?
- Can National Trust membership be Cancelled?
- How much does a National Trust family membership cost?
- Do National Trust do offers on membership?
- What is the difference between English Heritage and National Trust?
- How can I check my National Trust membership?
- Can I use someone else’s English heritage card?
- Can I put my National Trust card on my phone?
- Can I use National Trust card at Stonehenge?
Can I buy National Trust membership on site?
Can I join the National Trust at a property.
In a word, yes, you can join the Trust at a property.
Doing so will give you free entry to that property on the day.
You wlil be issued a temporary membership and you should receive a membership card, Trust handbook and member magazine in the post within a few weeks..
Can I add someone to my National Trust membership?
Yes, you can add more than two adults to a membership, but not on our website. If you wish to set up this type of membership, please get in touch with our team.
Do National Trust members get free entry?
With National Trust membership you can currently enjoy: Free entry to outdoor places near you (pre-booking required) Free parking at most car parks near you (pre-booking required for a small number of car parks) Members’ handbook, full of information about our places.
How much is National Trust membership for seniors?
If you’re 60 or over and you’ve held an individual or joint membership for at least five of the last ten years, you’ll be eligible for the reduced fee. You’ll pay £54 for an individual senior membership and if you hold a joint senior membership it’s £90.
Is English Heritage the same as National Trust?
1. Re: National Trust or English Heritage? With English Heritage it is the same except for properties inWales, Scotland and Northern Ireland where you have to pay half price during your first year of membership after which they are free.
Can I bring a guest on my National Trust card?
Individual life and individual senior life members may bring a guest for free at our pay-to-enter places. If your new membership card says ‘+ guest’ after your name, you are eligible.
Do National Trust cards have photo ID?
There’s no photograph on it and although his name is printed on it, the National Trust staff never look at the cards that close and even if they did, I can’t imagine that they’d ask anybody for any photo ID. … It’s pointless for Central London as there’s only 1 National Trust place there (in Chelsea).
Is Kew Gardens free to National Trust members?
NT Members enjoy free entry to the gardens, but car parking charges apply as a contribution to RBG Kew’s plant science, conservation and horticultural work. Cars cost £3.50 for up to 1.5 hours, £6 for up to 2.5 hours and £10 per day. Wakehurst and Kew members and day paying visitors: free.
Do National Trust members get free entry to heritage?
Yearly membership gives free admission to all the historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments and social history sites owned by the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Members also get free parking in all Trust car parks.
What’s my National Trust membership number?
If you’re a member, this is the long number on the front of your card. You can also find the number on correspondence from us. If you’re not a current or previous member or donor you can register for a My National Trust account to keep a list of your favourite places.
Can National Trust membership be Cancelled?
Get in touch with the National Trust via email, phone number or post. Quote your membership number. Ask for a cancellation.
How much does a National Trust family membership cost?
Family membership for two adults and their children (17 years and under) is £126 a year. Or, for one adult and their children, family membership is £78 a year. All adults must be living at the same address and under 5s go free.
Do National Trust do offers on membership?
National Trust membership discount for seniors: 25% off For a limited time, the charity is offering a 25 per cent discount on adult rates for senior members. You are eligible for this senior concession if you are aged 60 or more and have held an individual or joint membership for at least five of the last ten years.
What is the difference between English Heritage and National Trust?
In conclusion, if you enjoy visiting stately homes and gardens and normally you don’t have any children with you, then the National Trust comes out on top. On the other hand, if castles and ancient ruins are your forte and you often have children/grandchildren in tow, then English Heritage is the better choice.
How can I check my National Trust membership?
You can manage your membership online with My National Trust. All you need to get started is an email address and your member number (it’s on your membership card). Once you’ve signed up you’ll be able to manage Direct Debits, keep track of your visits, and update your personal information.
Can I use someone else’s English heritage card?
Can anyone else use my membership card? Only the person named on the membership card can use it. Each Member can take up to six children within the family group with them to visit our properties at no additional charge.
Can I put my National Trust card on my phone?
Download the National Trust app for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android (phone and tablet) devices.
Can I use National Trust card at Stonehenge?
Please note: The Stone Circle itself is managed by English Heritage, however the visitor shuttle and visitor centre exhibition are free to National Trust members on display of membership card at the visitor centre ticket kiosk.