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Visit a National Trust place for free this autumn

Visitors at Emmetts Garden, Kent during the autumn
Visitors at Emmetts Garden, Kent during the autumn | © National Trust Images/Simon Weller

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.

Frequently asked questions

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Visitors at the Christmas market at Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire

Where will you visit next?

Discover lots of gardens, historic houses, days out at the coast and more.

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Gardens and parks 

From 18th-century water gardens and Arts and Crafts landscapes to intimate woodland gardens, there are so many places to discover.

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Houses and buildings 

Historic buildings are a treasure trove of stories, art and collections. Learn more about what makes these places so special and plan your visit.

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