Your visits help us to preserve and protect the heritage at our places and spaces - for ever, for everyone

A conservator working at Killerton, Devon
Book, notes, inkwell and jug in Isaac Newton's room

Eight of our places that helped change the world 

From the house where Sir Isaac Newton first discovered gravity to the childhood homes of the Beatles and the site of the first radio broadcast, find out how some of the ideas that changed the world were thought up at our places.

Alan Titchmarsh cooking in the kitchen at Attingham

Secrets of the National Trust revealed in new Channel 5 TV series 

Go behind the scenes at our places with a new Channel 5 series starting on Tuesday 7 February at 9pm hosted by Alan Titchmarsh.

The Beech Avenue near Kingston Lacy, Dorset

Exploring LGBTQ history at National Trust places 

We're marking 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality by exploring the LGBTQ heritage at many of our places.

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Mount Stewart's damaged Vinery

Mount Stewart appeal 

With your support we've achieved so much to transform the gardens at Mount Stewart, but we've still a way to go to fully restore them to their former beauty. We recently acquired 900 acres of surrounding land, including the Walled Garden and vinery, which are both in urgent need of repair.

Outside the Textile Studio

The Textile Conservation Studio

The Textile Conservation Studio is the National Trust’s only in house conservation treatment facility. The National Specialist Textile Conservation Adviser is based at the Studio, working with a team of professionally trained and accredited conservators.

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