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Three young children explore the formal garden at Dinefwr. They're wrapped up warm for winter, wearing wellies, and balancing along the stonework around a garden sculpture feature.
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February half-term family activities 

There’s plenty to keep the whole family busy this February half term. Explore a trail, spot some wildlife, get crafting and discover a range of other indoor and outdoor activities.

A couple, of advancing years, stop to look at the snowdrops growing among birch trees while the winter sun pierces the leafless trees

Where to see snowdrops 

Snowdrops are a sign that milder weather is on the way. Find out where to see swathes of these delicate white blooms at the places we care for.

A cyclist in a yellow winter coat rides his bike through the heathland of Carding Mill Valley, with rolling hills seen in the background.
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Best places for a longer bike ride 

Discover paths across the UK where you can take a longer bike ride. You'll find a range of routes from family-friendly trails to challenging climbs surrounded by scenic countryside views.

Family walking down the main drive with woman using a Tramper at Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire
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Top accessible walks 

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

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

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

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

A beaver kit sits on the edge of a pond eating a leafy tree branch
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National Trust Podcast: series seven 

Listen to series seven of the National Trust Podcast. From the communities celebrating blossom to the Anglo-Saxon ship buried at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, discover stories filled with history and nature.

Green cuttings sprouting in natural plastic-free pots and peat-free compost
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Guide to peat-free gardening 

We've committed to going peat free as an organisation, and all the plants we grow, buy and sell are potted in peat-free compost. Hear from our team of gardening experts and discover top tips for peat-free gardening in your green space.

A large camera on the shoulder of a person during the filming of Wolf Hall at Montacute House in Somerset
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Top film locations at the National Trust 

Many of the places in our care have been locations for films and TV dramas. Hear from two of our filming and location managers as they discuss the most popular filming locations and share their best stories from behind the scenes.

In the news

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Apply for the Time + Space Award 

At the age of 23, Sir Isaac Newton was forced to leave university and return home to Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire because of a pandemic. He used this time to explore his ideas on calculus, optics and the laws of motion and gravity. If you’re aged 16 to 25, we want to hear your big idea and give you the chance to bring it to life with a Time + Space Award.

Holidays and shopping

The exterior of Doyden Castle, Port Isaac, Cornwall
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Book a Mother's Day retreat 

Treat your loved one to a getaway with a difference. Invite them to stay in a fairytale castle, historic lodge or even a lighthouse keeper’s cottage.

A scarf with a pink and green pattern inspired by Blakeney Point, Norfolk

Gifts for someone special 

Find a gift they'll love this Mother's Day. Shop garden décor, colourful homeware and stylish accessories, or let them choose with a gift card to use online or in store.

Visitors descending a path through the Rock Garden at Cragside, Northumberland

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