With the lockdown ending, the National Trust has confirmed how bookings to visit properties over Christmas will work.

Social distancing means they need to limit the numbers of visitors, which is why all their venues will require pre-booking.

For the Christmas period, booking to visit National Trust properties will open next Friday – 18th December — covering 21st Dec to 3rd Jan.

They expect demand to be high, so blocks of tickets will be released throughout the day, and if slots haven’t appeared early on the 18th December, check back later in the day.

At the moment, many of the National Trust homes within Greater London remain closed, but some of the parks are open — and you still need to book for those, especially if wanting to use their car parks.

A map of National Trust properties is here.

Booking details are here.

Going forward in 2021, the National Trust will release new tickets every Friday for the week ahead.

Ham House (c) National Trust


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