How much is a Senior National Trust membership?

How much is a Senior National Trust membership?

You will be eligible for the reduced charge if you are 60 or older and have held an individual or joint membership for at least five of the past ten years. An individual senior membership costs PS54, while a joint senior membership costs PS90. Members also receive a 10% discount on all purchases in the National Trust shop.

If you are under 60 and haven't held an individual membership for at least five of the past ten years, you won't be eligible for the reduced rate. A junior membership costs £40.50 for an individual person or £85 for a couple (or £170 as a family membership).

Junior members get a 10% discount on all shop purchases; younger children don't need to be accompanied by an adult to obtain a membership but they do have to be over 12 years old.

The membership fee includes a national newspaper each week, access to nearly 700 sites across England and Wales, and discounts on many other services and products including car parking, tours, activities and workshops.

Membership of the National Trust is worth about £240 per year. It's a valuable investment that gives substantial benefits for little cost.

Almost 100 years ago, the NT started charging for its services, which at that time were offered freely.

How much is English Heritage membership for over-65s?

Similarly, over 65s can benefit from a lower-cost membership with English Heritage, which provides unrestricted entry to over 400 historic sites around the UK. An annual membership is PS51, whereas an individual adult membership costs PS60. A joint senior membership costs PS78, whereas a normal joint adult membership costs PS105. These prices don't include admission charges or site entrance fees.

The most expensive option is the gold tier, which includes free admission for one person every month. The least expensive is the standard membership, which comes with a single visit free during its validity period of one year. However, members do receive discounts on additional visits and digital copies of publications.

English Heritage members receive a comprehensive range of benefits, including a quarterly magazine that features walks that can be booked directly through the website, access to exclusive events throughout the year, and more. Members also have a direct line into decision-making at the organization, who act as a liaison between visitors and management at sites, to discuss future plans and projects.

Membership packages are available for individuals or couples, and there are several options for families. To find out more about English Heritage's different offerings, visit their website.

How do I join the National Trust?

Select a membership.

  1. Individual membership. Adult 26+ years. £72 a year. £6 a month*
  2. Joint membership. Adult Two adults (aged 18+) living at the same address. £120 a year.
  3. Family membership. Family 2 adults Two adults (aged 18+) living at the same address and their children or grandchildren (17 or under). Under 5s go free.

How much is it to join the National Trust in England?

Individual membership is available. An adult membership (26 years and over) costs PS72 per year, whereas a young person's membership (18–25 years) costs PS36 per year. Junior membership (ages 0-17) is PS10 per year. Under-5s are free. There are also lifetime memberships available.

To join the National Trust, you need to be an active member of a charity that supports conservation projects across the UK. Joining as a resident owner means you'll get 10% off books, merchandise, tours, activities and events plus full access to the National Trust's shops. You can join at any time but there is a three-year waiting list for some properties. Applicants must have a valid passport, proof of address in the UK and either a residential property ownership certificate or a mortgage with the National Trust.

The application process consists of an online questionnaire followed by an interview with a member of staff. If you're accepted into the scheme you'll receive notification by post.

There are several ways to gain entry to private estates through the National Trust. Some properties allow visitors who join the trust as residents or members to enter discounts, others require special permission from the owner or manager. If you're interested in visiting a number of sites then become a resident or member of the trust.

Properties open to the public include archaeological sites, museums, gardens, historic houses and buildings.

How much is it for National Trust membership?

A family membership costs PS126 per year for two people and their children (17 and under). Family membership is PS78 per year for one adult and their children. All adults must live at the same residence, and children under the age of five are free. Membership fees can be paid by debit or credit card.

The membership also includes access to over 150 sites across England, Wales and Northern Ireland that are free to visit. These include historic houses, gardens, museums and galleries. Some areas are more expensive to visit than others; for example, some sites charge for entry.

The membership also gives you 10% off on purchases made in the members-only shop and 30% off garden design services.

National Trust members receive a variety of benefits including special offers, competitions, surveys and interviews with artists who have created work inspired by the property records.

Membership levels range from individual membership at PS45 for one person to family membership at PS426 for four people.

However, if you're a student you can get your membership for £10.50 per term or £49.50 for an entire year.

Your membership will also give you access to other organisations that use the National Trust's facilities such as stately homes and gardens.

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