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Visitors enjoying the gardens in August at Little Moreton Hall Cheshire with visitors sat on a bench near a tree in the background
Visitors enjoying the gardens at Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire | © National Trust Images/Annapurna Mellor

Unfortunately, not all of our properties are able to participate in free or discounted admission promotions; these promotions, including the Member Guest Pass promotion, are only valid at participating properties. Please see below for the list of properties where your voucher may not be used.

Places in the East

  • Hatfield Forest, Essex
  • Orford Ness National Nature Reserve, Suffolk
  • Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Places in London and the South East

  • 2 Willow Road, London
  • 575 Wandsworth Road, London
  • Ascott, Buckinghamshire
  • Ashdown House, Oxfordshire
  • Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire
  • Boarstall Duck Decoy, Buckinghamshire
  • Boarstall Tower, Buckinghamshire
  • Buscot Park, Oxfordshire
  • Buscot Old Parsonage, Oxfordshire
  • Carlyle's House, London
  • Clandon Park, Surrey
  • Cobham Mausoleum, Kent
  • Coleshill Heritage and Rural Skills Centre, Oxfordshire
  • Dorneywood Garden, Buckinghamshire
  • Eastbury Manor House, London
  • The Homewood, Surrey
  • King's Head, Buckinghamshire
  • Leith Hill Place, Surrey
  • Long Crendon Courthouse, Buckinghamshire
  • Oakhurst Cottage, Surrey
  • Old Soar Manor, Kent
  • Owletts, Kent
  • Pitstone Windmill, Buckinghamshire
  • Princes Risborough Manor House, Buckinghamshire
  • Priory Cottage, Oxfordshire
  • Stoneacre, Kent
  • St John’s Jerusalem, Kent
  • Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire
  • Wakehurst Place, Sussex
  • West Green House Garden, Hampshire
  • Woolbeding Gardens, Sussex

Places in the Midlands

  • Cronkhill, Shropshire
  • Farnborough Hall, Warwickshire
  • Grantham House, Lincolnshire
  • Middle Littleton Tithe Barn, Worcestershire
  • Morville Hall, Shropshire
  • The Old Manor, Derbyshire
  • Rosedene, Worcestershire
  • Town Walls Tower, Shropshire

Places in the North

  • Alderley Edge, Cheshire
  • The Beatles' Childhood Homes (20 Forthlin Rd & Mendips), Liverpool
  • Braithwaite Hall, North Yorkshire
  • Cragside, Northumberland
  • Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland
  • Farne Islands, Northumberland
  • Force Crag Mine, Cumbria
  • Formby, Liverpool
  • Gawthorpe Hall, Lancashire
  • Hadrian’s Wall & Housesteads Fort, Northumberland
  • Hardman's House, Liverpool
  • Maister House, East Yorkshire
  • Moulton Hall, North Yorkshire
  • Mount Grace Priory, North Yorkshire
  • Nether Alderley Mill, Cheshire,
  • Steam Yacht Gondola, Cumbria
  • Tatton Park, Cheshire
  • Wentworth Woodhouse, Yorkshire

Places in Northern Ireland

  • Carrick-a-Rede, County Antrim
  • Giant's Causeway, County Antrim
  • Grey's Printing Press, Northern Ireland
  • Murlough National Nature Reserve, County Down
  • Mussenden Temple and Downhill Demesne, County Londonderry
  • Portstewart Strand, County Londonderry

Places in the South West

  • Alfred's Tower, Wiltshire
  • Bath Assembly Rooms, Somerset
  • Brownsea Island and Ferry, Dorset
  • Clevedon Court, Somerset
  • Great Chalfield Manor, Wiltshire
  • Hailes Abbey, Gloucestershire
  • King John's Hunting Lodge, Somerset
  • Lundy, Devon
  • Philipps House, Wiltshire
  • Priest's House, Somerset
  • Shute Barton, Devon
  • St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
  • Stembridge Tower Mill, Somerset
  • Stonehenge, Wiltshire
  • Treasurer's House, Somerset
  • Westwood Manor, Wiltshire
  • White Mill, Dorset

Places in Wales

  • Aberdeunant, Carmarthenshire
  • Cilgerran Castle, Pembrokeshire
  • Cwmmau Farmhouse, Herefordshire
  • Dolaucothi Goldmines, Carmarthenshire
  • Segontium, Gwynedd
  • Skenfrith Castle, Monmouthshire
  • Ty Mawr Wybnant, Conwy

Other exceptions

Exceptions also include all car parks, and properties managed by Historic Houses Hotels Ltd, English Heritage, National Trust for Scotland, CADW, London Partner properties and local authorities.

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