Couple walking through the gardens at Quarry Bank in summer

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Here you'll find sneak previews, new behind the scenes features and experiences just for you.

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Take a tour inside Dyrham Park

Our latest video will whisk you away to the Gloucestershire countryside for a behind-the-scenes tour of Dyrham Park – a Baroque house set in ancient parkland. With thanks to funding from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, the Royal Oak Foundation and Little Greene, discover 17th-century interior design and historic images of the estate. You'll also learn about the work we’re doing to protect Dyrham Park for future generations.

Summer visits

Tennis clothing through the ages

Visit a special exhibition  

Many of our places host exhibitions throughout the year, from collections of treasures to deep dives into history and contemporary art displays. These special exhibitions shed new light on the places we look after and the people that once lived there. You can also delve into some of our online exhibitions.

Find more places to explore Plan a day out
Getaway inspiration
The open plan living area at Wharf Barn, Shropshire

Dreaming of a summer holiday? 

Make the most of the long, warm days ahead this summer. If you're looking for a coastal retreat or countryside break – like Wharf Barn on the Attingham Estate in Shropshire – find a place that's perfect for you.

Creativity and invention
A National Trust Miscellany is a new book that explores quirky and interesting facts about the National Trust

Discover secrets, surprises and fun facts  

Did you know about the upside-down lighthouse on Rathlin Island? Or that the Ankerwycke Yew at Runnymede in Surrey is thought to be around 2,500 years old? And have you heard about the robots that help with the weeding on the Wimpole Estate? Discover more National Trust facts like these in our new book, A National Trust Miscellany.

Celebrating Pride month 2022

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Trees in the parkland at Basildon Park, Berkshire

Plant a tree 

Plant a tree today and be part of the movement to tackle climate change. Your donation will help plant and establish 20 million trees by 2030. Trees are one of the best natural defences against climate change because they lock up carbon as they grow. For only £5, you can plant a tree that will support life for years to come.

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