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Birmingham and the West Midlands

Wightwick Manor and Gardens in the West Midlands © Andrew Butler

Wightwick Manor and Gardens in the West Midlands

Situated in the heart of England, our places in Birmingham and the West Midlands are easily accessible for all and both tell their own fascinating stories of their place in history.

Derbyshire and the Peak District

Mam Tor in the Peak District, Derbyshire © Joe Cornish

Mam Tor in the Peak District, Derbyshire

We care for about 15,000 hectares (37,000 acres) of land within the Peak District National Park, as well as six built places across Derbyshire, all for you to explore.

Herefordshire

Croft Castle, Herefordshire © Robert Morris

Croft Castle, Herefordshire

Mansion houses and spring gardens are the highlights of National Trust in Herefordshire, offering you spectacular visual experiences.

Leicestershire

Staunton Harold Church, Leicestershire © National Trust/John Dunbavar

Staunton Harold Church, Leicestershire

Situated within the depths of the ancient forest of Charnwood, our places in Leicestershire offer you calm and tranquil spaces.

Northamptonshire

Lyveden New Bield, Northamptonshire © Paul Harris

Lyveden New Bield, Northamptonshire

Discover one of England's oldest garden landscapes at Lyveden New Bield and the Dryden family home of Canons Ashby in Northamptonshire.

Nottinghamshire

The Workhouse, Southwell, Nottinghamshire © David Slaviero

The Workhouse, Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Our places offer you a full year of exciting events and activities to get involved in, from acres of open space to a quirky terraced house and the most complete workhouse in existence.

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Shropshire

Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills © National Trust / Chris Stratton

Carding Mill Valley and the Shropshire Hills

In the north west of the Midlands region you'll find the stunning county of Shropshire, home to Attingham Park, one of the most visited places in the National Trust. We also offer a wide variety of outdoor and indoor experiences.

Staffordshire

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses © Joe Cornish

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses

National Trust places in Staffordshire take you right back to the Battle of Worcester in the 1650s, on a trip around the world and even into houses set in a rockside. This truly is a county worth exploring.

Warwickshire

Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire © Robert Morris

Baddesley Clinton, Warwickshire

Warwickshire is a county full of National Trust places for you to explore, with no less than seven places in just one county. It would be a perfect destination for a full weekend away.

Worcestershire

Clent Hills, Worcestershire © Arthur Whiting

Clent Hills, Worcestershire

Worcestershire is a must visit destination, with a wide selection of National Trust places for you to choose from. From 17th-century grandeur to dramatic open spaces, both the indoors and outdoors are well covered, helping you to explore whatever the weather.

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