Quick Answer: Where Can I Use My National Trust Card?

Where can you use your National Trust card?

You can use your card to explore over 500 special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Do National Trust cards have photo ID?

There’s no photograph on it and although his name is printed on it, the National Trust staff never look at the cards that close and even if they did, I can’t imagine that they’d ask anybody for any photo ID. … It’s pointless for Central London as there’s only 1 National Trust place there (in Chelsea).

Do National Trust members get free entry to Stonehenge?

National Trust members get free entry to Stonehenge. Please choose an ‘affiliate member’ ticket. Please note, this is applicable to the National Trust in England only – it does not include National Trust Scotland or other international National Trust organisations.

Can I buy National Trust membership on site?

Can I join the National Trust at a property? In a word, yes, you can join the Trust at a property. Doing so will give you free entry to that property on the day. You wlil be issued a temporary membership and you should receive a membership card, Trust handbook and member magazine in the post within a few weeks.

What if I forget my National Trust card?

If you’ve lost your card, there’s no need to panic. If you have a junior membership, please call us to request a new one on 0344 800 1895. If you have any other type of membership, you can request a replacement card using My National Trust. Simply sign in or register for an account to get started.

How do I use my National Trust card for parking?

How do I scan my card for a free parking ticket?When visiting a National Trust pay-and-display car park, please take your membership card to the machine.As many of the machines are solar powered, you may need to press any button to ‘wake’ the machine up.More items…

Can I use my National Trust membership at English Heritage sites?

1. Re: National Trust or English Heritage? With English Heritage it is the same except for properties inWales, Scotland and Northern Ireland where you have to pay half price during your first year of membership after which they are free.

Do National Trust members get free entry?

With National Trust membership you can enjoy: Free entry to many of the special places in our care (some pre-booking required) Free parking at most of our car parks (pre-booking required for a small number of car parks) … National Trust Magazine three times a year, packed with inspiration, interviews and news.

Can I get my National Trust card on my phone?

Download the National Trust app for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android (phone and tablet) devices.

Do National Trust do offers on membership?

National Trust membership discount for seniors: 25% off For a limited time, the charity is offering a 25 per cent discount on adult rates for senior members. You are eligible for this senior concession if you are aged 60 or more and have held an individual or joint membership for at least five of the last ten years.

Can National Trust members visit English Heritage sites for free?

Yearly membership gives free admission to all the historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments and social history sites owned by the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Members also get free parking in all Trust car parks.

Can someone else use my National Trust card?

Will my membership card be scanned at all of your places? No. … You may visit some places where the visitor reception staff simply check your membership card and others where they scan it. All you need to do is present your membership card to the member of staff who greets you.

Which is better to join English Heritage or National Trust?

In conclusion, if you enjoy visiting stately homes and gardens and normally you don’t have any children with you, then the National Trust comes out on top. On the other hand, if castles and ancient ruins are your forte and you often have children/grandchildren in tow, then English Heritage is the better choice.

How much is National Trust membership for seniors?

If you’re 60 or over and you’ve held an individual or joint membership for at least five of the last ten years, you’ll be eligible for the reduced fee. For 2020, you’ll pay £54 for an individual senior membership and if you hold a joint senior membership it’s £90.