Cragside(Northumberland) Britains first smart home
Snowshill Manor(Gloucestershire) 22,000 piece collection of unusual objects
Find other national trust locations near you, by clicking on this link. This map includes countryside walks, beaches and areas which are in the care of the National trust.
But is a National Trust membership worth it?
Free Parking Most find the free parking element the main benefit of being a member, as you are able to do a variety of walks and visit places at no additional cost!
Depends where you live, or visit! From the image below, some areas have a bigger variety of National trust places to visit, type in your postcode, by clicking on this link to find out if it’s worth it for you.
Are you an outdoor enthusiast, and love walking on days out?
How often would you like to visit an NT? As most locations vary in price, on average you would expect to break even on your membership, if you visited a large house five times a year.
If you don’t make five excursions, some people consider it a charity contribution to keeping Britain well looked after.
Overall, it depends on how willing and able you are to visit National Trust properties. But you should also consider if the free parking will benefit other activities you enjoy doing, besides National Trust sites!