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

Restored state bed at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire
Clare Balding recording the LGBTQ podcasts

Episode four of our LGBTQ history podcast series 

In the fourth episode in our LGBTQ podcast series, broadcaster and author Clare Balding discovers the LGBTQ women who lived at our places and explores their hidden relationships.

National Trust team outside Birmingham Back-to-Backs during Birmingham Pride 2017

Prejudice and Pride: Exploring LGBTQ history 

Explore the LGBTQ history of our places and the lost and hidden lives of the people who helped shape them as we mark the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality with a year-long programme called Prejudice and Pride.

Our work to protect the nation's heritage

Calke Abbey visitors looking at collections of objects

Collections online 

Our collections are an important part of our heritage. From artistic treasures to the quirky and bizarre, you can explore more than 800,000 objects on our collections site.

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.

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Thanks to your membership, we're able to protect special places for ever, for everyone