National Trust

Into the woods

Lose yourself in nature

Capturing the magic

Inspired by the bigger picture

Places make us

Explore the stories that will show you why

Belfast, County Antrim

The most famous pub in Belfast

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Weston-super-Mare, Somerset

A natural pier into the Bristol Channel, north of Weston-super-Mare and Brean Down. Perfect for picnics; views across Sand Bay.

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near Brixham, Devon

Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'

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View through woodland alley with autumnal trees at the Ashridge Estate

Woodland walks 

Woodland wanders are particularly special in autumn. Leaves crunch underfoot, champion conkers wait to be found, weird and wonderful fungi rear their heads and there are signs of wildlife everywhere. Why not stretch your legs and soak up the last of the autumn colours?

Black and white archive image of Stamford Military Hospital patients and staff during World War One

Armistice centenary exhibitions and events 

Places across the country will be hosting exhibitions and events to commemorate the Armistice, where you can discover the stories of those whose lives were affected by the conflict.

Walking through autumn woods


Explore special places with National Trust membership. Your support helps to protect and maintain these places – for ever, for everyone.

Rebuilding England’s highest war memorial: the cairn on top of Scafell Pike


It’s only with your support that we can look after the places that make our world a bit more special.

Enjoying their time together at Dunham Massey, Greater Manchester

These are the places that make us  

Whether it's the place you first fell in love, somewhere to escape the bustle of everyday life, or where you go to get closer to nature, we all make special connections with different places. These are the places that make us who we are. For Stuart and Rebecca, they have watched their family grow at Dunham Massey in Greater Manchester. Join them as they take a break from the chaos of daily life and enjoy some time spent together in nature.

Runnymede Magna Carta memorial

Donate to keep our monuments great 

Your help is needed to protect our great monuments to freedom. We must raise urgent funds for three very special memorial landscapes undergoing major restoration work in the coming months. Runnymede, where Magna Carta was sealed and home to the ancient Ankerwycke yew, the Lakes' 14 war memorial summits and Wellington Monument all need our support.

Fountains Cottage in the snow, North Yorkshire

Christmas breaks

Fancy spending Christmas in a snug, country hideaway or seeing in the New Year in a historic manor house?

Mince pies Tyntesfield

Festive feasting

From tantalising recipes to festive food events near you, find all the inspiration you need for a delicious Christmas.