Skip to content

Find your next visit

Discover more than 500 places to visit and lots of events to get involved in.

There are no suggestions available

Ideas for days out

Visitors in the garden in June look at the lavender border with trees in the background at Antony House, Cornwall

Top accessible walks 

Find out more about the places in our care with accessible trails to explore with pushchairs, wheelchairs and mobility aids. Get out in nature without having to go off the beaten track.

Rudyard Kipling's writing desk in the study at Bateman's, East Sussex

Places with literary connections 

Explore some of the places we look after that have inspired famous writers, playwrights and poets, including the homes of Beatrix Potter, Virginia Woolf and Thomas Hardy.

Two adults kayaking at Studland Bay with white cliffs behind them

Best places to go kayaking and canoeing 

From open seas to meandering rivers and lakes, there are plenty of spots where you can kayak or canoe. Find the top places in our care for water sports.

The Burway and Devil's Mouth at Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd, Shropshire

Wild places to get away from it all 

Despite living increasingly urbanised lives, you can still find some wild places in the UK where you can go to get away from it all. Why not visit one of the many areas of outstanding natural beauty that we look after?

Start your journey of discovery

Delve into history, get tips from our experts, learn a new skill and go behind the scenes of your favourite places.

Things to see and do

A woman lying upon a slanted piece of wood in the summer surrounded by  woodland and trees taking part in forest bathing at Wallington, Northumberland,

A beginner's guide to forest bathing 

Forest bathing is a way of relaxing and slowing down the mind by immersing yourself in nature. It can help reduce blood pressure, lower stress levels and improve concentration.

The visitor staircase at Wightwick Manor, West Midlands, featuring Indian rush-work below the dado rail and William Morris' Willow Bough pattern wallpaper above

Exploring LGBTQ+ history at National Trust places 

This Pride Month, learn more about the LGBTQ+ people with connections to the places we care for and why highlighting these stories is so important.

Gardener working in the upper garden at Quarry Bank, Cheshire

Gardening tips for summer 

It's time to start thinking about how to get more out of your blooms this summer. Discover our gardeners' top tips on how to garden during the warmest season.

A man walking a dog on cliffs above Godrevy beach at golden hour

Discover more with the National Trust Podcast 

Hear how one man's life was transformed by his six-year-long dog walk around the UK in our podcast episode, 'My dog walk saved me'. You can also find more episodes, series and playlists filled with nature and history.

For everyone, for ever

A close up of National Trust staff and volunteers at Birmingham Pride 2022

Pride, the LGBTQ+ community and the National Trust 

June is Pride Month, and this year we'll be attending more than 30 Pride events across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Take a look at what we do to support our LGBTQ+ colleagues during Pride month and beyond.

In the news

His Majesty The King, our Patron, and Hilary McGrady, Director-General of the National Trust

His Majesty The King will continue as our Patron 

We're delighted that His Majesty The King will continue to be our Patron. King Charles is a passionate supporter of our work, particularly of our campaigns on rural and conservation issues.

Holidays and shopping

Rose Cottage in the garden at Florence Court, County Fermanagh

Book a Father's Day break 

Father's Day is just around the corner. Whether you book a last-minute getaway or plan a break in advance, treat them to a getaway somewhere special.

A selection of gift cards

Give the perfect gift 

Unsure about what to get them this Father's Day? Why not let them choose with a gift card. From gardening tools to stylish sunglasses, there's plenty to pick from in store and online.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland


Enjoy access to more than 500 places with National Trust membership. Join today and help protect nature, beauty and history – for everyone, for ever.