Can I use English National Trust in Scotland?

HomeCan I use English National Trust in Scotland?

Yes! With a National Trust for Scotland membership you can also use your membership to explore places in the care of the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Q. What kind of castle is Dover Castle?

Dover Castle probably originated as a motte and bailey castle, built after the Norman Conquest of 1066. It was transformed by King Henry II between 1179 and 1188; building the keep, the walls of the inner bailey and parts of the outer curtain wall.

Q. Do National Trust members get free entry to Kew Gardens?

NT Members enjoy free entry to the gardens, but car parking charges apply as a contribution to RBG Kew’s plant science, conservation and horticultural work. … Wakehurst and Kew members and day paying visitors: free.

Q. How much is National Trust membership for seniors?

If you’re 60 or over and you’ve held an individual or joint membership for at least five of the last ten years, you’ll be eligible for the reduced fee. You’ll pay £54 for an individual senior membership and if you hold a joint senior membership it’s £90.

Q. What is included in the Historic Scotland Explorer Pass?

Historic Scotland Explorer Pass Benefits

  • free entry to 77 sites in Scotland (plus a fast track entry to Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle)
  • free entry to Historic Scotland daytime events.
  • 20% discount on audio tours at Edinburgh and Stirling Castles and Glasgow Cathedral.

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