Speke Hall Neighbours Pass

Family running alongside the topiary hedges surrounding the Tudor house

The Speke Hall Neighbours Pass scheme is available to residents of Speke and some parts of Garston. With the pass, you and your family will be able to visit Speke Hall for free throughout the year. We also offer a Partnerships Pass to local community groups and organisations.

Who is eligible?

The pass is available to those living within the red boundary on the Speke Hall Neighbours Pass map. One pass will be issued per address, covering up to two adults and three children.

Why doesn’t the pass cover all of Garston and L24?

The pass is designed to allow access for our nearest neighbours. Here at Speke Hall we want to have a great relationship with all our local residents but unfortunately as a charity we cannot afford to extend free entry to everyone. However NT membership does represent excellent value for money and gives you access to over 500 special places. Why not sign up at Speke Hall as this helps support us directly?

How do I join?

You can find the application form here. Please print and complete a copy of the form or pick one up at Speke Hall Reception. We will need to have a completed form, check your proofs of ID and take the admin payment before issuing the pass.

Do you offer a pass for local community groups or organisations?

If you are a community group or organisation within the boundary area, we can offer you a Partnerships Pass. These work a little differently, so please download the application form here for more information on eligibility, pass usage and how to apply.

Why are you charging a fee?

An admin fee has always been suggested as a donation and we are standardising this going forwards with a charge of £5 per adult listed on the pass. The pass allows families to return as many times as they want throughout the year, so this small admin charge still makes it extremely good value for money.

By purchasing a pass, you are supporting not only the maintenance of our grounds and gardens, but together we are also conserving Speke Hall and its treasures so the estate can be enjoyed forever, for everyone.

What if I have more than 2 adults in my family?

Please speak to our Reception team and they will advise on options.

What if I have more than 3 children in my family?

The pass only covers up to 3 children. Any additional children will need to pay normal admission prices. Please note that children under 5 receive free entry.

Can I use the pass at other National Trust places?

No, the Neighbours Pass is only valid at Speke Hall.

If you and your family are interested in visiting multiple National Trust places, please speak to our Visitor Reception team about National Trust membership which is great value for money and gives entry to over 500 places across the country.