Make the most of your membership in London
Many of you have already enjoyed visiting our Partner attractions in London and getting 50 per cent member discount on entry. The scheme has been so popular that it has now expanded to include twelve independent heritage attractions in London.
A new partner for 2014 is Bevis Marks Synagogue, one of the best-preserved houses of worship still in use and the oldest synagogue in Britain, dating from 1701. It houses the country's largest collection of Cromwellian and Queen Anne furniture.
Strawberry Hill House in Twickenham also joins for 2014. Horace Walpole's beautifully restored gothic castle by the Thames is internationally famous as Britain's finest example of Georgian Gothic Revival architecture.
- Bevis Marks Synagogue
- Strawberry Hill House
- The Freud Museum
- Danson House
- Leighton House Museum
- Foundling Museum
- The Fan Museum
- Dr Johnson’s House
- Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
- Hall Place and Gardens
- Old Operating Theatre, Museum and Herb Garret
- Benjamin Franklin House
You can view all our partners on a Google map here.
Discounted entry charges for members
Our members are entitled to a 50 per cent discount on entry to our partners on presentation of their valid membership card.
The front-of-house team at the attraction will ask to see your membership card to allow you to benefit from the 50 per cent discount on entry charges. The discount applies to whoever would normally be granted admission with the card.
However, we regret that if you have forgotten your membership card, you will be asked to pay the standard, full entrance charges in order to visit the museum. Please also be aware that other than the Royal Oak Foundation there are no reciprocal affiliate member arrangements, the arrangement is solely between the National Trust and each of these independent historic attractions.
Also, as our partners are not operated by our staff, the onsite team are unable to contact supporter services if you have a query with your membership.