Which places are open?
- More than 135 gardens and parklands are open through advance booking
- Over 40 historic houses are now open. If you book a ticket for an open garden or park, you may also be able to visit the house. Visits to the houses are limited to ensure safe, social distancing and so we can't guarantee you’ll be able to view the house on the day you visit
- We’ve opened many of our cafés and shops at these places to help make your visit feel as close to normal as possible
- Hundreds of coast and countryside car parks are open and most don’t need to be booked
We're following government advice closely and will reopen more places as soon as we can.
How you can help birds to thrive
It’s now more important than ever to play our part, big or small, in looking after these havens for wildlife like birds. We've seen a decline in these habitats in recent years.
There are lots of things you can do at home to help wildlife to thrive. You could try building your own DIY bug, bee or bird house. Why not get the whole family involved in making homemade seed balls to feed the birds?