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  • National Trust 'free' family pass (normally £25 to £35)

    National Trust 'free' family pass (normally £25 to £35)

    Excludes National Trust Scotland and English Heritage sites

    Expired

    Update 10.19am, Wednesday 24 January: All the free passes available online have now been claimed. You can still get a National Trust family pass but you'll need to buy a newspaper and cover the cost of that. See below for more details on how to claim.

    If you pick up a physical copy of the Daily Mirror or Daily Express newspaper (both £1.40) by Sunday 28 January, you'll find the free National Trust family pass printed as a voucher. There are also 22 regional newspapers, such as the Liverpool Echo and Manchester Evening News. that are publishing the voucher – see 'More info' below for the full list of papers publishing the voucher. Of course, if you need to buy a paper, this won't make the voucher completely free.

    This is one-time pass that can be used on any day until Friday 8 March. On average, the pass would normally cost £25 to £35 depending on which site you're visiting.

    The family pass allows two adults and up to three children, or one adult and up to four children (or couples or individuals) to visit one National Trust site for free in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (National Trust Scotland locations and English Heritage aren't included). Kids must be 17 or under, though under-fives go free anyway. 

    There's nothing to pay for entry, but some car parks charge fees, and this pass doesn't get them for free.

    Some National Trust properties require booking in advance (check beforehand)

    You can do this by selecting 'Book a visit' on your chosen property, choosing a member's ticket and entering the code REACHWINTER24 when asked for your membership number. By selecting the free member's ticket, you won't need to input any bank details.

    You'll need to show your paper/digital voucher when you arrive at your National Trust site – if you booked, you'll need to show your booking email and the voucher. Mobile coverage may be limited at some National Trust sites, so it's a good idea to download it to your device, or print the email.

    There are a few excluded National Trust locations – see 'More info' below for a full list.

    If you have any queries, you can contact nationaltrustpromo@reachplc.com for assistance.

    For other places to visit, check out our latest cheap days out.

    • Excluded National Trust locations:
       

      Places in the East of England

      • 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
      • 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

      • Cronkhill
      • Farnborough Hall
      • Grantham House
      • Middle Littleton Tithe Barn
      • Morville Hall
      • The Old Manor
      • Rosedene
      • Town Walls Tower


      Places in the North of England

      • Alderley Edge
      • The Beatles Childhood Homes (20 Forthlin Rd & Mendips)
      • Braithwaite Hall
      • Cragside
      • Dunstanburgh Castle
      • Farne Islands
      • 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

      • Murlough National Nature Reserve
      • Portstewart Strand


      Places in South West England

      • Alfred's Tower
      • Bath Assembly Rooms
      • Brownsea Island and Ferry
      • Clevedon Court
      • Great Chalfield Manor
      • Hailes Abbey
      • King John's Hunting Lodge
      • Lundy
      • Philipps House
      • Priest's House
      • St Michael's Mount
      • Stonehenge
      • Treasurer's House
      • Westwood Manor
      • White Mill


      Places in Wales

      • Aberdeunant
      • Cilgerran Castle
      • Cwmmau Farmhouse
      • Dolaucothi Goldmines
      • Segontium
      • Skenfrith Castle
      • Ty Mawr Wybnant


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

      The following newspapers/magazines are also publishing the pass. The running dates depend on the individual publication, so check the link below to see when you can grab one:


      See full terms and conditions.

  • National Trust FREE family pass (normally £25 to £35)

    National Trust FREE family pass (normally £25 to £35)

    Excludes National Trust Scotland and English Heritage sites

    Expired

    If you fill in a form online at the Daily Mirror, Daily Star or Daily Express, you can claim a voucher for a free family pass that can be used until Friday 15 December (valid every day but excludes bank holiday weekends). On average, the pass would normally cost £25 to £35 depending on which site you're visiting.

    You can claim a pass right up until Friday 15 December, unless they've all been claimed before that date. (National Trust wouldn't tell us how many passes it's offering, so go quick if you want this as it's always mega-popular with MoneySavers).

    The family pass allows two adults and up to three children, or one adult and up to four children (or couples or individuals) to visit one National Trust site for free in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (National Trust Scotland locations and English Heritage aren't included). Kids must be 17 or under to qualify, though under-fives go free anyway. 

    If you're a fan of picking up a physical newspaper, or the online passes all run out, you can get the free family pass in publications owned by ReachPLC such as OK! Magazine, The Mirror, Daily Post and Birmingham Mail. See more info for a list of those titles included and links for when the voucher should appear.

    There's nothing to pay for entry, but some car parks charge fees, and this pass doesn't get them for free.

    Some National Trust properties require booking in advance (check beforehand).

    You can do this by selecting 'Book a visit' on your chosen property, choosing a member's ticket and entering the code ReachPLCFreeAccess when asked for your membership number. By selecting the free member's ticket, you won't need to input any bank details.

    You'll need to show your free pass confirmation email/in-paper voucher when you arrive at your National Trust site – if you booked, you'll need to show your booking email and free pass confirmation email. Mobile coverage may be limited at some National Trust sites, so it's a good idea to download it to your device, or print the email.

    There are a few excluded National Trust locations – see 'More info' below for a full list of these.

    If you have any queries, you can contact nationaltrustpromo@reachplc.com for assistance.

    For other places to visit, check out our latest cheap days out.

    •  

      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
      • Leith Hill Place
      • Oakhurst Cottage
      • Old Soar Manor
      • Pitstone Windmill
      • Princes Risborough Manor House
      • Priory Cottage
      • Sheffield Park and Garden
      • Stoneacre
      • St John’s Jerusalem
      • Waddesdon
      • Wakehurst Place
      • West Green House Garden
      • West Wycombe Park
      • Winkworth Arboretum
      • Woolbeding Gardens


      Places in the Midlands

      • Belton House
      • 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

      • The Argory, County Armagh
      • Ardress House
      • 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

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


      The following newspapers/magazines are also publishing the pass. The running dates depend on the individual publication, so check the link below to see when you can grab one:

      See full terms and conditions.