The National Trust Welcomes Visitors to its Special Places for Free

Monday 15/04/2013

The National Trust Welcomes Visitors to its Special Places for Free

This spring the National Trust is opening the doors to more than 200 of its houses and gardens for free for an entire weekend!

On the 20 and 21 April families across the UK will have the opportunity to explore some of Britain’s best landscapes together, without stretching the purse strings.  With winter behind us, the Free Weekend provides an opportunity to reconnect with the great outdoors and enjoy the charity’s picturesque gardens and houses across the country.

Whether it’s building going on a woodland adventure at Gibside, looking for the signs of spring at Cragside, or taking a trip to the coast for a day out at Lindisfarne Castle, the National Trust has lots of activities on offer to guarantee a weekend of family fun.

As well as giving families the opportunity to spend quality time together in fun spaces, the Free Weekend also removes financial concerns usually associated with great days out, providing a family saving of around £30.

To plan your free weekend visit and download a free voucher today for the location of your choice.


Published: Monday 15/04/2013

By Visit Northumberland

Places in this article

Snowy Castle
TD15 2SH

The Castle is scheduled to reopen April 2018.

Iconic Tudor Fort converted into an intimate holiday home in 1903 for Edward Hudson by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. With charming Gertrude Jekyll walled garden and stunning coastal views to Bamburgh and the Farne Islands - an unusual holiday home by the sea.

Please check our website for opening times and causeway safe crossing times

Outside Cragside House Gardens and Estate
NE65 7PX

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