How much is membership in the National Trust?

How much is membership in the National Trust?

Great value-adult memberships start at PS63 and allow you to visit over 500 amazing destinations in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland as many times as you like. Most National Trust rural, woodland, and seaside car parks provide FREE parking. Children under the age of five are admitted free of charge. There are also educational packages available; these include visits to schools or museums.

You can join the National Trust at any time of year but to take advantage of the benefits associated with membership, it's best to join during the summer or autumn school holidays when there are fewer visitors around. If you become disabled while you're a member of the Trust, we'll continue to pay your membership fee until you die or resign.

Joining the National Trust is a great way to enjoy your country house or village home without breaking the bank. We only charge UK residents an annual membership fee of £72 (2016/17 price).

Anyone over the age of 16 can be a member of the trust. However, if you want to benefit from all the membership perks then we recommend that you join us during the summer or autumn school holidays.

The National Trust has four different membership levels: Adult (£72 for individuals), Senior Adult (£42), Young Person (£25), and Child (£23).

Membership of the National Trust gives you access to its beautiful places, including its stately homes and gardens.

Do National Trust members get free entry to heritage sites?

A yearly membership entitles you to free access to all of the National Trust's historic houses and gardens, industrial monuments, and social history sites in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Members are also entitled to free parking in all trust parking lots. In addition, members receive a number of benefits, such as a quarterly newsletter, discounts on purchases at National Trust shops and stores, and tickets for two annual festivals.

Membership is available to individuals, families, couples, or households with a total income no more than £150,000 ($200,000). A single person can join if they meet this income requirement. If you make more than this, you will need to take out an additional membership called "Mature Mode". This costs £40 ($55) a year and adds additional restrictions to the already generous benefits offered to members.

There are several ways to become a member of the National Trust. You can apply online, by post, or in person at one of their offices. Applicants must provide some form of identification (such as a driver's license or passport) and may be asked for proof of address or identity if there is not a clear link between the information provided and the applicant. Membership cards are issued within four weeks of application approval.

Can you buy a 6-month national trust membership?

Individual membership at the National Trust is PS72 per year. If you are 26 or older, you may get an individual membership for adults for PS72 per year, or PS6 per month for a year. Save money on tours of stunning gardens and parklands by pre-booking free admission on certain occasions. The annual membership fee includes access to all National Trust sites across the UK.

If you are under 26, you can still join your local National Trust branch and receive a junior membership for £12 per year. This gives you access to most of the same features as an individual membership, with two exceptions: You cannot visit stately homes or castles (those are only open to individual members), and your travel options are limited to the bus network.

People who are already individual members of the National Trust can renew their memberships online or by post. Alternatively, you can join as a family member, then apply individually for adult membership later. The renewal period varies depending on when you joined, but it usually lasts one year.

Some people might think that joining the National Trust is too expensive or unnecessary. However, there are some benefits to becoming a member. For example, you can use your membership card at any National Trust site, including stately homes and gardens that are not open to the public.

There are also some events and activities that are only available to individuals or families who have joined the National Trust.

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