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How to get a National Trust pass for autumn 2023, for free

This year, The UK’s most well-known conservation charity, The National Trust, is giving away free passes for visitors to a huge range of properties this autumn. 

It’s that time of year when the schools have gone back, work seems to be piling up and the days are getting both shorter and wetter.  

But September marks an important change in the seasons and Autumn is one of my favourite times of the year in the UK.

Therefore now’s a great time to keep spirits high by heading outside and taking advantage of the National Trust’s free autumn passes over September and October.

How do I get hold of a free National Trust pass?

To claim your free National Trust pass, you simply need to head over to their Free autumn National Trust pass page.  Once on the site you just need to enter your details and everything you need will be emailed over to you.

A gothic style stone mansion called Knightshayes, in Devon
Knightshayes, Devon

When can I use my free National Trust pass?

The National Trust free pass offer runs between 18 September and 20 October 2023.  Some places that you may like to visit can be exceptionally busy at peak times, so you may need to book ahead.  If you do choose to pre-book, you can select the free member’s ticket option on the website and use the code “ESCAPEINTOAUTUMN2023” when asked for your membership number.

Which places can I visit with my free National Trust pass?

The National Trust cares for over 500 places across the United Kingdom and whilst the offer includes most houses, landmarks and museums, there are some exceptions such as Winkworth Arboretum, Belton House, Cragside and Tatton ParkYou can view a full list of places that are exempt from the free National Trust pass offer here.

Chartwell House in Kent - a large red brick and tile house
Chartwell

Are families included in the National Trust pass offer?

Absolutely.  The free National Trust pass offer ticket is single use and available for up to for two adults and up to three children, or one adult and up to four children at a participating place that the National Trust care for.   If you want to visit with 4 adults, you’ll need to download two separate tickets

Thinking about a National Trust membership?

If you’re considering whether a National Trust membership might be right for you, or as a gift this Christmas, you might want to read our review of whether a National Trust membership is worth it.

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