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FREE National Trust Family Pass Worth £50

Isobel Lawrance 1st May 2024 6 Comments

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Updated 8th May 2024: ALL PASSES NOW CLAIMED, FREE PASS APPLICATIONS CLOSED

Fancy getting your hands of a free National Trust ticket?

Following on from a hugely successful autumn pass giveaway in 2023, the National Trust once again have FREE family passes available.

You can currently get free entry to National Trust sites across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. For a limited time, you can nab a free ticket, which allows entry to a huge number of historical and interesting sites for you and the family. All you need to do is sign up via the Daily Mirror here and you’ll get your pass emailed to you.

The best part? The ticket allows for up to two adults and four children to enter a National Trust site for free. Yes, you read that correctly. You can get free entry for six people. Adults, of course, are those aged 18 years and over, and children count as those aged between five and 17 years old. Those under the age of five get free entry to National Trust properties anyway. 

Make sure you double check the website of the property you are going to in advance, as some of them require you to book prior to the date of your visit. If you do not book for certain properties, you may not be guaranteed entry. 

There are also some exclusions, and some National Trust venues are not included in the promotion. You can see all the exclusions here. Make sure to double-check the list prior to arriving to avoid having to pay for a ticket! 

You can get your free ticket now and use it anytime up to Friday 14th June 2024.

Tickets are limited, however. The offer will continue on until the number of allocated tickets have been claimed, or until 15th May 2-24, whichever is sooner. Get your ticket here. 

The tickets are valid Monday to Sunday, so you can enjoy your visit any day of the week, but not Bank Holiday weekends. The pass can also be used within any of the advertised opening hours for the property you want to visit. However, some sites may have parking charges, which you will still need to pay. The ticket covers entry to the site only. 

The tickets are not valid at external National Trust events where an additional entry fee is required, and the tickets are not valid in conjunction with any other offer. You can read the full T&Cs here. 

So, whether you fancy Castle Ward, a unique 18th-century mansion in Downpatrick, County Down or want to roam freely in an ancient royal hunting forest such as Hatfield Forest in Essex, there is bound to be something for everyone to enjoy. 

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Temi
Temi
13 days ago

Hi, how do I apply for it. We have a child on the spectrum who will benefit loads from it.
Many thanks

Annie
Admin
13 days ago
Reply to  Temi

Unfortunately the passes have now all been claimed! We will repost again when (if) the scheme reopens in the future.

Jo
Jo
14 days ago

How do I sign up via Daily Mirror

Julie Hopkins
Julie Hopkins
7 months ago

We would take our grandchildren out, as they love the outdoors and adventure. We love the therapy of being in nature. Also as one of us has had two major ops in a relatively short space of time, it would help recuperation immensely.
Keeping my fingers crossed

Nat
Nat
7 months ago
Reply to  Julie Hopkins

It’s free for anyone – just follow the links they said

Teodora
Teodora
1 year ago

Making national trust? Well, that s very interesting type of taking spare time and communicate!!!
Really good idea!!! I recommend, because I know people which resolve in that way their problems in personal sense.
Kind regards,
Teodora
6.10.2022
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