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Speke Hall neighbours' pass

A family at Speke Hall, Liverpool
A father holds his young son as the mother looks at a camera in the courtyard at Speke Hall, Liverpool. | © Rob Stothard

With the Speke Hall neighbours’ pass, you and your family will be able to visit Speke Hall for free throughout the year. The scheme is available to residents of Speke and some parts of Garston.

Who is eligible?

If you live within the blue boundary on the Speke Hall Neighbours' Pass map, you're eligible for the pass. One pass will be issued per address, usually covering up to two adults and three children.

The pass is designed for Speke Hall’s nearest neighbours. If you don’t live within the blue boundary, you might be interested in National Trust membership instead.

How do I apply for a Speke Hall neighbours’ pass?

To apply, please print and complete a copy of the neighbours’ pass application form or pick one up at Speke Hall reception. Once we have your completed form, we'll also need to check your proofs of ID and take the admin payment before issuing the pass.

There is also a group pass available for local community groups and organisations based within the boundary area. You can apply for this using the group pass application form.

A charge of £5 per adult listed on the pass allows you to return as many times as you like throughout the year, with the fee covering the cost of administration.

When you buy a pass, you are supporting not only the maintenance of the grounds and garden, but also helping us to conserve Speke Hall and its treasures for everyone, forever.

Speke Hall neighbours’ pass FAQs

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

Please speak to the reception team and they can discuss options with you.

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 the visitor reception team about National Trust membership. It's great value for money and gives entry to over 500 places across the country.

A visitor is standing in front of Speke Hall, Liverpool, holding her phone up and smiling as she takes a selfie with the building in the background.

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