The National Trust look after much-loved historic places and green spaces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, from historic houses, garden mills and coastline, to farmland, moorland, islands and archaeological remains. They open them up and look after them, for ever, for everyone. By giving your family and friends a National Trust Gift Card you will be giving them the opportunity to spend time at these special places or to choose themselves a gift from their lovely range.
And, because the profit made from the Gift Card goes straight into the care of the places the National Trust look after, you will be directly helping to look after these places for future generations.
For more information about the National Trust, please visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Where can I spend my National Trust Gift Card?
Gift Cards can be put towards the cost of membership, can be spent within shops, restaurants and cafes, and can also be redeemed against the telephone booking of National Trust holiday cottages.
To locate special places to visit, please click HERE
Gift cards can only be sold and redeemed at National Trust places with Barclaycard payment machines - they can’t be used at properties without them. This is usually very small properties which may not have a shop or restaurant. The main exceptions to this are Giant’s Causeway, St Michael’s Mount, Porth y Swnt - Aberdaron shop & Waddesdon Manor where gift cards cannot be redeemed or purchased. If you are planning a visit to spend your gift card you may like to contact the property to be certain gift cards can be accepted.
Does my National Trust Gift Card have an expiry date?
YES, Gift Cards expire 24 months after purchase or the last top-up of the card.
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