Speke Hall Neighbours Pass
During the Covid-19 reopening period, opening arrangements to Speke Hall will be changing for everyone. The grounds, gardens, restaurant and Bund walk are currently open 7 days a week. Some areas are currently closed (shop, Hall, maze, all children's play areas and the Coastal Reserve walk) but we are working on plans to gradually reopen them over time. National Trust members and non-members can book tickets online but as this system cannot accommodate Neighbours Pass holders, we are asking you to take the following steps to make a booking to visit.
To avoid disappointment we recommend booking in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. Pre-booking will be essential during school holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary. You must bring proof of your address and ID with you on the day, or entry will be refused.
Please note that the pass scheme is discretionary and we can remove access if it is being abused.
- Tickets are released on Fridays for the week ahead. We can therefore only process booking requests for the upcoming week.
- Booking requests should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the number of tickets you require, your name and address, the date you wish to visit and whether you prefer morning or afternoon. We may not be able to reply within 24 hours, so a few days notice is preferable.
- Places are limited so emails will be dealt with on a first come, first served basis to accommodate requests fairly. To allow everyone to enjoy the space, we will grant a maximum of one booking request per passholder per week (subject to availability).
- We will reply to let you know if your booking request has been fulfilled or not.
- If you have been successful, you will be given a timeslot to arrive during, along with any relevant visit information.
- Please bring proof of your address & ID with you on the day as our team may need to check them. If you have a 2019 or 2020 physical pass, please bring this with you.
Due to Covid constraints, our Welcome team will not be able to administrate the pass scheme in the same way as normal. If you had not already renewed your 2020 pass prior to lockdown, we would like to encourage you to donate the usual pass admin fee of £5 per adult at nationaltrust.org.uk/donate.
About the Neighbours Pass
What is the Neighbours Pass?
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.
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?