National Trust

Welcoming you back

Find out how to plan your visit as we start to reopen

Royal tea

A special thank you from our president, His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales

Please help

Nature, beauty and history need your support

Chirk, Wrexham

Magnificent medieval fortress of the Welsh Marches

Closed today
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Seaham, County Durham

County Durham's coastline has emerged from a polluted industrial past to become a haven for wildlife

Open today
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near Saltash, Cornwall

An atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots, a working mill on an historic quay, a glorious garden with valley views and an expansive estate to explore.

Partially open today
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Reopening update

We're reopening the places you love, gradually, safely and in line with government advice.

We're starting to open some gardens and parklands in England and Northern Ireland through advance bookings. ​We're opening these places at a reduced capacity to ensure the safety of our visitors and staff, and places have reached capacity very quickly. New tickets are released every Friday and we'll continue to add new places over the coming weeks.

More than 200 coast and countryside car parks are now open. For now, houses remain closed and all places in Wales remain closed following Welsh Government advice.​

Follow the links below to find out what's open, how to book, and what to expect from your visit. Please always check before you travel.

Thanks for your patience and support, we can't wait to welcome you back.

Find out how to book your visit and what to expect

Check our helpful coronavirus FAQs

Read our latest statement


How we're reopening

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to visit the places you love, and enjoy the landscapes and nature we’ve all missed. Watch this video to find out how we’re reopening and what to expect from your visit.

Conservation volunteers cleaning ceramics at Dudmaston

Thanks to our conservation volunteers 

For this year's Volunteers' Week, 1-7 June, we're thanking our conservation volunteers, especially at this time, and sharing their stories, favourite objects and conservation tips. With over one million collection items to look after, at over 200 historic places, we have our work cut out. And we couldn't do it without our dedicated conservation volunteers.

Busy bees

His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales

A special message 

While we couldn't be together we wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who has supported us and what we do. On Sunday 31 May, we asked you all to grab a cuppa and some cake and watch a special video message from our president, His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales. If you didn't catch it then, watch it now.

Visitors sitting beneath a Magnolia tree on the Lawn, Nymans, West Sussex, in April


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National Trust ranger collecting stones at Trevose Head, North Cornwall


People’s access to nature and beauty matters now more than ever, but our income has dropped sharply. Please give what you can to help our essential work.