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Welcoming you back

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

Meadow magic

Bringing wild flowers into your garden

Nature needs you

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Chirk, Wrexham

Magnificent medieval fortress of the Welsh Marches

Partially open 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’ve opened more than 100 gardens and parks in England and Northern Ireland through advanced booking. From Monday 6 July, we’re starting to gradually reopen gardens and parklands in Wales. You can book your visit on our website from 3 July.

Every Friday we release new tickets for the following week. We have to continue to limit numbers to make sure that visitors and staff will be safe, but we’re opening more places every week and adding more tickets for places that are already open. There are also hundreds of coastal and countryside car parks open in England, Wales and Northern Ireland which you don't have to book.

For now, all National Trust houses remain closed, but we’re working on plans for when we can reopen these again.

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're really looking forward to welcome you back.

Find out how to book your visit and what to expect

Check our helpful coronavirus FAQs

Read our latest statement

 Sunset over Bossington Beach on the Holnicote Estate, Somerset

Making the most of summer evenings 

Skies swept with pink, orange, red, and yellow - the long summer evenings give us the gift of the golden hour. On summer walks, especially during the longest days of the year, the evenings are balmy, and you can feel the joy that beams down on you from the setting sun.

Wildflower meadow at Bradenham

Summer gardening tips: from our garden to yours 

To help us celebrate National Meadows Day on 4 July, our gardening experts are sharing their tips on how to create a meadow environment in your garden. Learn how to cultivate a wildlife-rich grassland habitat by making a few simple changes.

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Everyone needs nature, now more than ever. Donate today and you'll help people and nature to thrive at the places we care for.

This berry tart will make your taste buds sing

Summer recipes 

We love food and we've got some great recipes to prove it. We've got our favourite family bakes if the weather keeps you indoors, or take a look at some of our picnic recipes if the sun is shining.

Poppies on the White Cliffs of Dover

The White Cliffs of Dover bloom once again  

As we mark National Meadows Day, we're proud to announce that the land surrounding the White Cliffs of Dover is awash with wild flowers and alive with the sound of songbirds, two and a half years after you helped us and Dame Vera Lynn save it for the nation.

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