Join & get involved

You can help support the places you love by becoming a member, donating or giving your time as a volunteer

Family running through a meadow with their dog with the Magna Carta memorial in the background, at Runnymede in Surrey


Enjoy unlimited access to more than 500 places with National Trust membership


We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work


Each year thousands of volunteers join us in caring for all the special places you love

Man looking at the view from the top of Ivinghoe Beacon

Ten ways membership might change your life 

As a member you'll be able to explore more than 500 places inside and out. But that's not all. There are other ways it might just change your life...

Visitors and volunteers in the garden of Shaw's Corner

Supporter groups 

Getting involved with a supporter group is a great way to get closer to your local National Trust place. Find out more about how to join in.

A volunteer hard at work in one of our gardens

Meet one of our garden volunteers 

Discover what volunteering means to Pippa Brooks who works in the spectacular gardens at Coughton Court in Warwickshire, with orchards, vegetable plots and rose labyrinths to care for.

" Kingston Lacy is really beautiful, and I enjoy organising guided walks so others can appreciate it as much as I do, and I'm making lots of friends at the same time."
- Tony, volunteer walking guide
Gentle stream flowing through the Lake District - Wastwater in Wasdale, Cumbria

Calling all budding photographers 

Win the opportunity for your photograph to be the 2017 National Trust Handbook cover – and a Panasonic camera.

Visitors at Acorn Bank Garden, Cumbria

Thank you

By becoming a member, donating or giving your time as a volunteer, you're helping to protect the nation's special places