Introducing National Trust London

 We’re all about London – its history, atmosphere and spirit – reflected in our 10 remarkable places in London and in new explorations of the capital’s neighbourhoods and significant places.

Pop-up opening of Brutalist tower block

Tower #1 by Simon Terrill © Simon Terrill

The National Trust is opening Flat 130 in the Balfron Tower, Poplar, to the public. Designed by modernist architect Ernö Goldfinger, and finished in 1967, Flat 130 is the flat that Goldfinger himself lived in for 2 months in 1968, to pr…

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#NTHouseproud - How Londoners Live in 2014

Join us in celebrating how Londoners live in 2014 © National Trust

Join us in celebrating how Londoners live in 2014

Historic houses are a part of our national heritage. Now your home could be too… Launching on 10 September, #NTHouseproud is a social media experiment that captures and celebrates a unique moment in history—this one. We’re interested in how Londoners live in 2014 and the ways we exploit and design our living spaces.

What's on...

Exploring London couldn't be easier with our handy schedule of diverse events coming up around the capital. Painting, portraiture, performance and comedy - we've lots lined up.

Our London Partners

We now have 14 heritage partners across London offering members half-price entry. New partners for 2014 are Bevis Marks Synagogue and Strawberry Hill House.

Discover our places in London

Explore the different gardens and passageways in Ham House

Explore the different gardens and passageways in Ham House

 Discover some of the capital's hidden gems with your National Trust membership. Explore the city's history from mansions and Modernist homes, to idyllic green spaces.

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Anne Seymour Damer – exhibition at Stawberry Hill

 A unique exhibition of the life and work of England’s celebrated female sculptor, Anne Seymour Damer is now open at Horace Walpole’s gothic castle, Strawberry Hill in Twickenham.