HERITAGE MEMBERSHIPS AND PASSES

Reduce your costs



Visiting Heritage sites can, as with any other types of visit prove to be expensive as there are travel costs to be incurred as well as possible entry fees, guide books, food and drink and even possibly accommodation.

With some forethought, it is possible to maximise benefits while minimising costs.

The sites to be featured on this website are of historical importance but with the exception of Stratford-upon-Avon, they are not visitor “hotspots” and so they tend to therefore be easier to access, and guides have more time to answer questions and costs are more reasonable.

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REDUCING COSTS

In the United Kingdom membership schemes and “passports” can considerably reduce costs if more than one visit is planned. Also special offers are often available. Below is a list of offers and concessions available, if you are aware of others why not let us know and we will open a new section and give credit on site. Schemes are subject to change and where you like an offer we suggest that you check direct with the organisation concerned to avoid disappointment, information given here was correct according to information given publicity at the date that this page was last updated (see bottom of page).

British Visitors

ENGLISH HERITAGE

UK Membership Costs

NATIONAL TRUST

UK Membership Costs

TESCO CLUBCARD DEALS

Superb value for persons owning a UK Tesco Clubcard or Tesco credit card. The deals page quadruples the monetary value of points earned and allows the buying of tickets to heritage sites across the UK, if you look hard enough, you can even exchange for membership of English Heritage.

YES IN EFFECT FREE MEMBERSHIP TO ENGLISH HERITAGE!

If you want to dig a little deeper.......... - How about membership of The Council for British Archaeology - vouchers for membership are also available as a Clubcard deal

Overseas Visitors

ENGLISH HERITAGE

Overseas visitors 7 and 14 day passes

NATIONAL TRUST

Overseas visitors 7 and 14 day passes

GREAT BRITISH HERITAGE PASS

1 ticket - 600 attractions

Available only to overseas visitors and more expensive than English Heritage Or National Trust passes, but covers properties owned by both plus Ironbridge Gorge and others such as Shakespeare’s birthplace, Mary Arden’s House and Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, making this pass excellent value.

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For British and Overseas Visitors

THE LONDON PASS

Included here for completeness, gives entry into over 50 sites in London from £13 a day


London Pass


This page last updated – June 2008.

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