I am 17 and going into my last year of school. I am studying Maths, Religious Studies, Music, and Moving Image Arts. I have always had a passion for film and music and love to create my own songs and movies. As part of the Media Team I am aiming to showcase some of the amazing Mount Stewart stories through the use of visual arts and get people my age more involved with the culture of the National Trust.
An opportunity to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors in this iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants. You can enjoy these wide open spaces by challenging yourself to complete all eight walks - once done you'll have walked 50km.
Wed 27 Mar 2019
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This is an opportunity to discover more of Wiltshire's iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants. You can enjoy beautiful open spaces and challenge yourself to complete all twelve walks at our landscape sites.
Wed 27 Mar 2019
+ 278 other dates
Whilst the gardens, studio and estate are open free-flow, the house at Chartwell is open on a timed entry system. Find out more on how and where you can obtain a timed ticket to the house, including information on advance booking (available on selected days and times only). Please note timed tickets for the house are for a self-guided visit as opposed to a tour.
Over the past few months we’ve added a new play area at Murlough National Nature Reserve.
A stop by the Visitor Centre will reveal hidden histories about the island you might not know about. Step in to the shoes of our pioneering people and learn how they shaped the island into what it is today.
Discover how the island has been shaped over time and its special significance today.
Whether you're looking for a hot meal or warming soup, cream tea or a slice of cake, visit the Stamford café in the visitor centre or the restaurant in the 18th-century stable block during your visit.
We've been working to protect Horton's future with a major project. The National Trust invested £2 million to safeguard this significant building.
There’s so much to see in the collection at Petworth House that we wouldn’t expect you to leave knowing everything and we certainly don’t expect every visitor to be an expert on art and art history. For those that want to take away that bit more information on their visit or to understand more about the collection, we have several options in the house to help you get the most out of your visit.
As you discover this naturally beautiful garden, enjoy all that the outdoor provides for natural play.
From gambolling lambs to fields of dancing daffodils and the scent of wild garlic, there are so many things to love about spring. If you've been waiting eagerly for the season to start, then these are the best places to go and drink it all in.
From 8 May join a Behind the Scenes Guided Tour every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays. From bedrooms to Estate Offices, see spaces not normally open to visitors on a changing series of tours that vary throughout the day.
Ever weekday excluding Bank Holidays find out more about the people that lived at Petworth. Subject to availability, discover the collection of art at Petworth and how it reflects the tastes and times of the family that called Petworth House.
Easter's a busy time so we want to help you plan your perfect day at Speke Hall. Discover more about what's on during our Tudor Roots event over the Easter holidays, when to visit for the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts and the great range of family fun that's always available at Speke.
Visit Allan Bank and Grasmere this Easter for great activities, indoors or out, for the whole family.