Visit a National Trust place for free this autumn
Our free autumn pass promotion has now come to an end. Thank you to everyone who has claimed a free visit.
This year, we gave away a select number of free passes for everyone to enjoy autumn at the places in our care. We’ve now given these passes away – if you claimed one, you have until 20 October 2023 to use it.
There’s still so much to explore this autumn, from woodland wanders to strolls in a colourful autumn garden. Spot birds, see what kinds of fungi you can recognise and take photos surrounded by leaves.
With hundreds of places to visit, there’s something for everyone.
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If you have a voucher to visit a National Trust place, please read this list of properties that are exempt from free admission promotions before planning your visit.
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