National Trust app: frequently asked questions
A compilation of the most frequently-asked-questions about the National Trust app.
Will the app work on my mobile or tablet?
The mobile app is designed to work on the following:
- Apple iPhone and iPad running iOS 10 and above
- Most Android phones running Android 6 and above
How do I sync my favourites (My Places) across devices?
Just sign in to your My National Trust account on your devices and My Places will be synced automatically.
You can download the mobile app using the links here:
What new features are in the pipeline?
We’re constantly listening to app users to ascertain the most important features and updates you want to see. Here's some of the items we are currently researching:
- Additional filters to assist with finding the perfect place to visit
- Enhancing the in-visit mode to add property-specific files that can be downloaded onto your mobile device
Where are the Scottish listings?
The National Trust and The National Trust for Scotland have reciprocal agreements for members, but are separate organisations.
We only show places in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on our app.
Why does the app want me to share my location?
The app uses your location to show National Trust places and events near you. It will also remind you to check the app when you're at a National Trust place so you can see what's happening at a place today.
What if I don't want to share my location?
That's ok, too. You can find places and events near you and nationwide by using the search function.
Several searches are possible. For example:
- Areas - Lake District
- Regions - Cornwall
- Towns/Cities - Derby
- Postcodes - YO21
- National Trust Places - Castle Coole
Where can I see a map of all the NT places?
In the Discover section swipe down a short distance and then click on the Map button at the top of the screen. This will take you to a map that's centred on your location. From the map, you can toggle back to List view.
Where can I find a list of all places?
In the Search, you can find all of the places by typing a few letters of the beginning of their name.
I've noticed some of the distances to places are less than the driving distance
The distances in the Discover stream are measured 'as the crow flies' to provide an indication of properties' relative distance. For accurate distance information, go to the directions section of the place and use the link to your device's map service (For example: Apple Maps or Google Maps).
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