Buying your pass

Polesden Lacey is just one of the places you can visit with your pass © National Trust Images/Nick Meers

Polesden Lacey is just one of the places you can visit with your pass

Essential information

If you would like any more information about the Touring Pass or have any problems, please call our Travel Trade team on +44 (0)844 800 2329* or email us.

Please note that the Touring Pass cannot be bought from National Trust properties. It must be bought in advance of your visit through one of the online shops.

This pass is only available to non-UK residents and groups of no more than 10 people.

*Calls provided by BT will be charged at five pence per minute. A call set-up fee of eight pence per call,applies to all calls from residential lines. Mobile and other providers’ costs may vary.

Where can I visit with the Touring Pass?

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 some of our suggestions.

Many of our properties are open throughout the year but please check opening times before you 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.

How much is a National Trust Touring Pass?
There are three categories of pass to choose from – Admit 1, Admit 2 or Admit Family (two adults and any children under 18, children under five go free). The prices are as follows:

7 day:
Admit 1 - £25
Admit 2 - £45
Family - £50

14 day:
Admit 1 - £30
Admit 2 - £54
Family - £62

With the pass you can also pick up a free Great Ideas Guide and a useful Map Guide to help you enjoy your trip.

Where can I buy the Touring Pass?
The easiest way to buy your Touring Pass is through our online shop.

You can also buy your pass using one of the following options, depending on your country of residence and your language:

Agents in your home country

Where can I pick up my Touring Pass?

When you pick up your Touring Pass, it will be stamped with the date. You’re then free to visit as many properties as you like for the following 7 or 14 days.

You can collect your pass from a number of our places across the country. Take a look at Visit Britain's map of our redemption sites, also listed here:

  • South West:
  1. Cornwall: Cotehele, Lanhydrock, St Michael's Mount, Tintagel Old Post Office, Trelissick, Trengwainton Garden
  2. Devon: Castle Drogo, Coleton Fishacre, Killerton
  3. Dorset: Kingston Lacy
  4. Gloucestershire: Hidcote
  5. Somerset: Barrington Court, Tyntesfield
  6. Wiltshire: Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village, Stourhead
  • London South East:
  1. Buckinghamshire: Stowe, Waddesdon Manor
  2. East Sussex: Bodiam Castle
  3. Hampshire: Mottisfont
  4. Kent: Knole, Sissinghurst Castle, White Cliffs of Dover
  5. London: Ham House and Garden, Osterley Park and House
  6. West Sussex: Nymans, Petworth House and Park
  7. East Sussex: Monk's House
  • East of England:
  1. Cambridgeshire: Anglesey Abbey Gardens and Lode Mill
  2. Norfolk: Blickling Estate, Oxburgh Hall
  3. Suffolk: Melford Hall
  • Midlands:
  1. Derbyshire: Calke Abbey, Hardwick Hall, Kedleston Hall
  2. Lincolnshire: Belton House
  3. Nottinghamshire: Clumber Park
  4. Warwickshire: Charlecote Park
  5. Birmingham: Birmingham Back to Backs
  • Wales:
  1. Conwy: Bodnant Garden
  2. Newport: Tredegar House
  3. Powys: Powis Castle and Garden
  4. Aberdulais: Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall
  • Northern Ireland:
  1. Co. Antrim: Giant’s Causeway
  2. Co. Down: Mount Stewart House Garden and Temple of the Winds
  • North West:
  1. Cheshire: Acorn Bank, Little Moreton Hall, Lyme Park House and Gardens
  2. Cumbria: Sizergh, Hill Top
  3. Lancashire: Rufford Old Hall
  • Yorkshire North East:
  1. Northumberland: Cragside, Wallington
  2. North Yorkshire: Beningbrough Hall and Gardens, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
  • Non-National Trust redemption sites
  1. City of London Tourist Information Centre located at St Paul's Churchyard.