Walkers exploring the Beacons Way path between Pont ar Daf and Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales

A Celtic land with an industrial past steeped in myth, legend, poetry and song. Croeso i Gymru.

Places to visit

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Important information 

In line with Welsh Government regulations, we have reintroduced measures to ensure that your visit to the places that we care for across Wales is as safe as possible. The safety of our staff, volunteers, visitors and local communities remains our priority. We will continue to follow the latest Welsh Government regulations and should they change will act accordingly. Changes to government restrictions may affect your visit, so please check the relevant individual property webpage for the latest information when planning your visit.

Days out
The Boat House at the Far End, Bodnant Garden, Conwy

Places to visit in Wales 

We look after some of Wales’ finest castles, gardens and mansions, we’re also guardians of 157 miles of coastline and more than 46,000 hectares of land. We’re sure you can find your perfect day out with us.

A dog up close licking the camera lens

Dog-friendly walks in Wales 

Find the perfect walk for you and your four-legged companions in Wales. Try a mountainous walk, coastal stroll, a nose around a few gardens or enjoy tasty treats in a tea-room.

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For film and TV lovers
The cast of Snow White on the beach at Marloes Sands

Film locations in Wales 

Here in Wales we look after some of the finest buildings and some of the most dramatic coast and countryside scenery in the country, many of which have doubled up as scenes in Hollywood blockbusters, but do you recognise which ones?

Our work for nature
The meadow at Dinefwr, Carmarthenshire

Nature and wildlife  

Find out how we're managing our land for nature and wildlife in Wales - for ever, for everyone.

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Facing the climate crisis at Upper Conwy

The dramatic landscape of Upper Conwy in Snowdonia National Park may look resilient and rugged but it's very vulnerable to climate change. From reconnecting a section of river to its floodplain to restoring peatland, a lot is being done to tackle climate change and protect local communities from flooding on their doorstep. Watch this video to find out more.

Shepherd and sheep dogs driving sheep down the Watkin Path at Cwm Llan on Hafod Y Llan farm, Snowdonia

Farming  

We look after 50,000 hectares of land in Wales and over 90% of this land is managed by agricultural tenancies. Find out how we’re working with our farms and tenants to produce local and seasonal food in an environmentally sustainable way.

Remarkable treasures
The front of the Kings Cabinet at Chirk Castle

Exquisite art and collections 

From palatial buildings to industrial machinery and family heirlooms, we care for rich and diverse collections throughout Wales.

Great Welsh coast
Mwnt beach in the summer is home to dolphins, seals and porpoises

Welsh coastline and beaches  

We protect 157 miles of the Welsh coast you love. Find out about the work we’re doing to keep your favourite beaches beautiful.

Powering forward
The hydro intake weir at Hafod y Llan farm, Snowdonia

Renewable energy projects 

From stunning solar at Bodnant Garden and Chirk Castle to our holiday cottages that offer greenery, scenery and sustainability, we're harnessing the power of nature and going greener from coast to countryside in our castles and country homes.

Join

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

Give

We're a charity and rely on your donations to help our conservation work

Volunteer

Each year thousands of volunteers join us in caring for all the special places you love