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All are welcome at our Big Beach Picnic events on 4 July 

All are welcome at our Big Beach Picnic events on 4 July

Summer fun

Summer is finally here and there are no excuses not to get out and about.

Coming up on 4 July, there's the chance to hit the coast at our Big Beach Picnic taking place at 26 of our places.

For runners of all speeds we have countrywide parkruns, photography enthusiasts can join our Panasonic Roadshows to try out some quality gear, and for keen foodies, our farmers' markets are sure to please.

Open-air shows

From jazz and Shakespeare dramatisations to classic and contemporary film screenings, join us for a summer of outdoor evening performances at some of the most spectacular places we look after.

We need your coastal sounds

From crashing waves to bustling piers, children’s laughter to chattering seabirds, we want you to help us create the UK's first coastal sound map. Get some recording tips from our video and upload your sounds of the shores to audioBoom to be shared on the British Library map.

Butterfly walks

As summer unfolds, our woodlands, countryside and nature reserves abound with many species of beautiful butterflies. Find our best places to make them your walking companions.

Latest news

New Coast Collection

Our summer collection, new to the online shop, celebrates the subtle patterns, shapes and colours of coast and sea. Think tidelines on the beach.

Glamping is great

Check out our top spots for stress-free comfy camping and a snug night's sleep under the stars. Choose from cosy pods, unique yurts and stylish tipis.

Get our new app

Discover more than 550 special places with the new National Trust app. It features a completely new look for both phones and tablets.

Help Stowe Gardens

Stowe Gardens was once the most influential landscape garden in Europe. Now its temples and statues are in disrepair. Will you help us restore its former glory?