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Visitors at Red House, Kent | © National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra

Download the National Trust app for mobile and tablet, and you'll unlock a whole new world of discovery, with information on more than 500 special places across the UK. On this page, you'll find out everything you need to know about the app, from how to get it on your device, to the content you'll be able to access.

How to get the National Trust app

The National Trust app is available to download for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android (phone and tablet).

What you can do with the app

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Visitors at Polpeor Cove on Lizard Point | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

National Trust app FAQ

Changes to our mobile phone app for Windows users

Unfortunately, the National Trust app is no longer available for Windows mobile phones. As only a very few of our supporters (less than one per cent) were downloading the app on a Windows phone, we carefully made the decision to concentrate our resources on making the app compatible with future versions of iOS and Android software.

For those people who use a Windows phone, we’re sorry that the app is no longer available. Please note, however, that the National Trust website is designed to be mobile-friendly, meaning you'll still be able to find out all the latest opening times, prices and events on your device.

iOS users

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Android users

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