Our work ranges from £multi-million restoration projects of historic houses, to the ongoing protection of coastlines and national treasures like the Giant's Causeway. Here's an insight into some of the projects we are currently working on...
The final phase of the award-winning restoration project at Mount Stewart gets underway with the uncovering of the original stone floor in the central hall
Find out about the work we've been doing at Glenoe
Tired, damp and far from looking its best, the challenge was on to restore the Tack Room at The Argory to its former glory in time for the start of the new season.
Seven years after being badly damaged in a flood, the study in The Argory is in the final stages of a restoration project that will see it reopen to the public once again …
An ambitious project is underway at Mount Stewart to catalogue over 4,500 texts and make them digitally accessible to all
Find out how wood salvaged from Belfast's Lagan Weir footbridge is finding a new lease of life at Minnowburn
Discover the work being done to restore Temple Water to its late 17th and early 18th century glory
Learn about the exciting sea buckthorn control project being carried out in partnership with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA)
Read about our work to restore the walled garden at Downhill Demesne and the new secret garden by Bishop's Gate
Restoration work is underway to restore the pond in the walled garden, improving the water quality for water plants, birds and wildlife.
Work is coming to an end for the latest conservation project at Florence Court – the lifting, cleaning and relaying of the cobbles in the laundry yard.
National Trust gardener David Corscadden talks about his most ambitious project to date - the restoration of the Kitchen Garden at Florence Court in Fermanagh.