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

Visitors in the Hall at Treasurer's House, Yorkshire
Marching Suffragettes c.1908

Votes for women: 100 years of female suffrage 

It's 100 years since some women were first granted the right to vote. We're marking this anniversary by exploring the stories from our places of those who fought both for and against female suffrage through new exhibitions, art installations and much more.

Alan in the gardens at Mount Stewart

Catch up on Secrets of the National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh 

For the last few weeks, Alan Titchmarsh has been heading behind-the-scenes in some of Britain’s most intriguing historic homes and gardens to uncover their secrets. Catch up on season 2 so far.

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Knole, Kent

Meet the conservators 

Hard at work in the conservation studio at Knole is a team of six dedicated conservators, tasked with preserving the ornate collection for years to come. Specialising in everything from paper and paintings to furniture and frames, the team can be seen in the studio every week from Wednesday to Saturday.

Artist impression of what Seaton Delavall Hall will look like when recreated

Donate to our Bring Stories to Life appeal 

Three very special places need your support in 2018. Will you help with donations to transform and revitalise Sutton Hoo, Seaton Delaval Hall and Stowe Gardens? With your support we can bring their stories to life and help visitors experience their true spirit and heritage.