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Lady Churchill’s rose garden is a summer treat for visitors © Rich Cobbold

Lady Churchill’s rose garden is a summer treat for visitors

Plan your visit

Roam amongst the ramparts of a medieval castle, take tea at the place Winston Churchill called home, visit the delightful holiday hideaway of Agatha Christie, or stroll through ancient parkland where Shakespeare was rumoured to have once poached deer.

Organisations in your country

We have 14 affiliate organisations and groups around the world that share our concern for preserving and caring for our heritage, who benefit from free visiting arrangements with us.

Joining us from the USA

If you live in the USA and you're interested in joining the Trust, take a look at our US membership affiliate, the Royal Oak Foundation.

Places to explore in the UK

With one of our touring passes you can enjoy free entry to over 300 historic houses and gardens. From castles, to the homes of famous artists, authors, politicians and aristocracy.

Touring Pass

Family listening to the audio guide in the Walled Kitchen Garden, Clumber

Family listening to the audio guide in the Walled Kitchen Garden, Clumber

If you're travelling to the UK this year, our Touring Pass makes great sense.

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Dunham Massey is a lovely park with beautiful nature, house, gardens, trees, water, deer - just big enough for a good walk but accessible for all the family. A jog, stroll or picnic, an hour or a day, right for everything.

MJ

visitor at Dunham Massey