This autumn, the National Trust is offering free tickets to visit most of its properties across the UK. The free entry pass allows free entry for two adults and up to three children, one adult and up to four children, or two adults on their own.
Each ticket is single-use and valid until Friday October 20th 2023.
Knole House, Sevenoaks
The number of free tickets they’re offering is limited, and the promotion is open until the limited number of tickets have been distributed, or 20th October, whichever is earlier.
To request a free ticket, go here and select the option to claim your free visit.
If you’re already a member, which gets you free entry anyway, you can use your free visit to bring along a friend or family member.
Certain places may require booking in advance to visit. Remember to check the webpage of the place you’d like to visit to see if you need to pre-book. When pre-booking online, select the free member’s ticket option and use the code ESCAPEINTOAUTUMN2023 when asked for your membership number.
A handful of venues are exempt from the free tickets offer.
Venues participating within the M25
Osterley Park and House
Fenton House and Garden
Sutton House and Breaker’s Yard
Ham House and Garden
Claremont Landscape Garden
Morden Hall Park
Venues participating close to London
Standen House and Garden
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