National Trust

Houses reopening

Welcoming you back inside our houses

Blossom watch

Share in the joy of spring blossom with #BlossomWatch

Plant a tree

Donate £5 and plant a tree for future generations

Chirk, Wrexham

Magnificent medieval fortress of the Welsh Marches

Seaham, County Durham

County Durham's coastline has emerged from a polluted industrial past to become a haven for wildlife

near Saltash, Cornwall

An atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots, a working mill on an historic quay, a glorious garden with valley views and an expansive estate to explore.

Where can I visit?

Our gardens, parks, shops and countryside locations are open. Many houses in England and Wales are now open to visit, and indoor and outdoor seating is available at some cafés.

Advance booking for visits helps us keep everyone safe and socially distanced. When space is available, particularly on weekdays, pre-booking isn't always necessary.​ But to guarantee entry, please always book in advance, especially at busier times like weekends and bank holidays. Please check the property webpage before you travel and follow government guidance when you visit.

Reopening soon

Subject to confirmation from the Northern Ireland Executive, we're expecting houses, visitor centres and cafés in Northern Ireland to reopen from 24 May. We're looking forward to welcoming you back indoors soon.

Check our helpful coronavirus FAQs >

Read our latest statement update 14 May 2021 >
 

How to book your visit 

Find out what's open, which places need booking and what to expect from your visit.

Houses and treasures

Spring highlights

Summer's on the way

Runners competing in the Great North Run

Take part in the Great North Run 2021 

The Great North Run is back for 2021, taking place on 12 September. Whether you've already signed up for this year's run or you're thinking about taking part, find out how you can run for us and raise money to help look after the places you love.

Visitors in the garden in spring at Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire

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Cerne Abbas giant from the air

Read our news 

Get the latest news from around the Trust. After 12 months of scientific analysis, we can for the first time reveal the likely age of the Cerne Giant, Britain’s largest and perhaps best-known chalk hill figure.