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Discover the best places for a dog walk, from coastal adventures and dramatic mountains to more leisurely walks near you. Plus find information on dog-friendly cafés and read our Canine Code.
Join a Christmas craft workshop to learn how to create colourful decorations and memorable gifts, all in beautifully festive surroundings.
Explore ancient woodland at the places in our care and visit centuries-old oak, sweet chestnut, yew and even cherry trees.
Plan a festive family day out and meet Father Christmas in his grotto this Christmas. You can even settle down for a storytelling session or leave a gift at a reverse grotto at some of the places in our care.
How do you keep the kids entertained on a rainy day? Here's a selection of indoor activities at the houses in our care that won't be ruined by a sudden downpour.
This Disability History Month (16 November–16 December), learn about some of the disabled people with connections to the places we look after, the experiences and challenges they faced and the individuals who supported them.
Find out how to spot red squirrels, the best times to see them and how to tell them apart from grey squirrels.
Learn how social and technological change have influenced architecture throughout history, and find out where to see examples of each period at the places in our care.
Get ready for the season with our vegan Christmas pudding recipe. A twist on the classic British pudding, this fruity vegan version is a festive must.
Climate change is the greatest threat to the coastline, countryside and historic buildings in our care. Our new report, A Climate for Change: Adaptation and the National Trust, reveals how we’re tackling its causes and effects and identifying future hazards. From protecting and planting trees to nature-friendly farming, helping people, heritage and nature adapt to a changing climate is at the heart of everything we do.
Experience the best of the British countryside with a winter camping holiday. Pitch a tent in the Lake District, by the shores of Strangford Lough or in the heart of Dorset woodland.
Shop more sustainably this holiday season. From handmade decorations to reusable advent calendars, fill your home with festive cheer from our eco-friendly Christmas range.