Does National Trust membership include Scotland?

With a National Trust for Scotland membership you have unlimited access to all the places in our care. You can also use your membership to explore places in the care of the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as other National Trust organisations around the world.

Do National Trust members get free entry in Scotland?

Being a member has some brilliant benefits: Unlimited entry to all the National Trust for Scotland’s amazing places across Scotland. Free or concessionary entry to places owned by National Trust organisations worldwide, including in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Free parking in our car parks.

Can you use National Trust tickets in Scotland?

You can also use your card to visit heritage sites in Scotland, looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.

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Is it cheaper to join National Trust in Scotland?

NTS (Scotland) membership is slightly cheaper than the standard UK version (£117 annually / £9.80 per month for family 2 adults and up to 6 kids ). You can see their rates and join on the NTS site. There is a reciprocal agreement between most of the trusts so you can get free or reduced entry worldwide.

Does National Trust membership Cover Historic Scotland?

If you are an English Heritage member, then during your first year of membership entrance to Historic Scotland sites is at half price and subsequently free of charge, and vice versa. National Trust membership gives you free entry to all the National Trust for Scotland from the day you join, and again vice versa.

Does National Trust have places in Scotland?

The National Trust Scotland’s 129 Scottish properties – which include over 15 historic houses, 10 castles and a palace – remain extremely popular with tourists.

Can I use my National Trust for Scotland card in England?

With a National Trust for Scotland membership you have unlimited access to all the places in our care. You can also use your membership to explore places in the care of the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as other National Trust organisations around the world.

Can I use my National Trust card at Edinburgh Castle?

There is no discount if you are a member of the National Trust. over a year ago. … Yes, and if you’re visiting other castles you also get discount for all of them.

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Can I use Tesco Clubcard vouchers for National Trust membership?

Tesco Clubcard Vouchers

Whilst clubcard vouchers cannot be redeemed against National Trust membership in England, previously we’ve seen eligibility for settings under the National Trust for Scotland.

How do National Trust for Scotland members Park at National Trust properties with parking charges?

In all instances where parking barriers are enforced, these will be manned and you can show your membership card. While you won’t be able to scan your card in the NT ticket machines, you’ll still be able to park for free as long as you have your valid car parking sticker displayed on your vehicle.

Can I use my NT card in Scotland?

You can also use your card to visit heritage sites in Scotland, looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.

How much is Scottish National Trust?

National Trust Scotland

Type of membership Details Prices
Individual adult membership One adult £5.25 a month
Individual senior membership One adult aged 60 or over £4.65 a month
Individual young person membership One person aged 16 to 24 £3 a month
Joint adult membership Two adults £9.50 a month

Is Dunnottar Castle National Trust?

Is Dunnottar Castle National Trust? No.

Whats the difference between Historic Scotland and National Trust?

Historic Scotland is a government agency. National Trust is a charity. The passes are only valid at each organisation’s sites so you will need to check the sites you want to visit and see which scheme they’re members of.

Is Historic Scotland the same as historic environment Scotland?

Under the terms of a Bill of the Scottish Parliament published on 3 March 2014, Historic Scotland was dissolved and its functions were transferred to Historic Environment Scotland (HES) on 1 October 2015. HES also took over the functions of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland.

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