Places to explore with your Touring Pass

Polesden Lacey was the ideal setting for glamorous social events © Mike Meers

Polesden Lacey was the ideal setting for glamorous social events

With one of our Touring Passes you can enjoy free entry to over 300 historic houses and gardens in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

From historic houses to castles, gardens to parklands, film locations to the homes of famous artists, authors, politicians and aristocracy, here are just a few suggestions of places you might like to discover with your pass:

Historic Houses with stories to tell

Beautiful gardens in bloom

Uncover the lives of the rich and famous

As seen on the big screen

  • Basildon Park – treat yourself to tea and scones in the stunning surroundings where Pride and Prejudice was filmed
  • Lacock Abbey - set the scene for Hogwarts, come and walk the corridors
  • Antony - where Tim Burton's fantastical Alice in Wonderland was filmed

Days out from London

Search for more places to visit

Unfortunately there are a small number of properties where you cannot use your pass, these are:

Aberdeunant, Ascott, Ashdown House, The Beatles’ Childhood Homes, Boarstall Duck Decoy & Tower, Borrowdale, Braithwaite Hall, Buscot Old Parsonage, Buscot Park, Chastleton House, Cilgerran Castle, Cobham Wood & Mausoleum, Derrymore House, Dorneywood Garden, Dunster Working Mill, Eastbury Manor House, Force Crag Mine, Gondola, Grantham House, Gray’s Printing Press, Great Coxwell Barn, The Homewood, Long Crendon Courthouse, Lundy, Moulton Hall, Nether Alderly Mill, Oakhurst Cottage, Orford Ness National Nature Reserve, Pitstone Windmill, Priest’s House, Princes Risborough Manor, Priory Cottages, St John’s Jerusalem, Shugborough Estate, Shute Barton, Stembridge Tower Mill, Treasurer’s House, Wakehurst Place, West Green House, Westwood Manor, White Mill, Woolbeding Gardens.