- 1 Who funds the National Trust for Scotland?
- 2 Can I use National Trust Scotland in England?
- 3 What is the purpose of the National Trust?
- 4 Is there a National Trust for Scotland?
- 5 Is it cheaper to join the Scottish National Trust?
- 6 How many National Trust properties are there in Scotland?
- 7 Do Scottish National Trust members get free parking in England?
- 8 How much is National Trust membership for seniors?
- 9 Can National Trust members bring a guest?
- 10 What do the National Trust look after?
- 11 How wealthy is the National Trust?
- 12 How many National Trust sites are there?
- 13 Does my National Trust card work in Scotland?
- 14 What National Trust places are open in Scotland?
- 15 Are National Trust properties open in Scotland?
Who funds the National Trust for Scotland?
As a conservation charity, we’re supported by more than 300,000 members and are funded largely by donations. Since 1931 our love for Scotland has fuelled our desire to protect the things that make it special. By championing Scotland’s natural, built and cultural heritage we inspire those around us.
Can I use National Trust Scotland in England?
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. Some restrictions do apply, so please check with the specific place before visiting to avoid disappointment.
What is the purpose of the National Trust?
It was established for the purpose of promoting the permanent preservation for the benefit of the nation of lands, and buildings, of beauty or historic interest and lands for the preservation so far as practical of their natural aspect features and animal and plant life.
Is there a National Trust for Scotland?
By joining the National Trust for Scotland you can protect the places that matter to you and experience the best that Scotland has to offer.
Is it cheaper to join the Scottish National Trust?
NTS ( Scotland ) membership is slightly cheaper than the standard UK version (£102 annually / £8.50 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.
How many National Trust properties are there 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.
Do Scottish National Trust members get free parking in England?
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.
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.
Can National Trust members bring a guest?
Individual life and individual senior life members may bring a guest for free at our pay-to-enter places. If your new membership card says ‘+ guest ‘ after your name, you are eligible.
What do the National Trust look after?
The Trust looks after over 500 historic houses, gardens and parks, ancient monuments and nature reserves, more than 250,000 hectares of countryside and 775 miles of coast.
How wealthy is the National Trust?
For the year ended February 2020, total income of the Trust was £680.95 million. The largest sources of income were membership subscriptions (£269.7 million), direct property income (£196.9 million), enterprise and renewable energy income (£79.3 million) and legacies (£61.6 million).
How many National Trust sites are there?
With 180 registered parks and gardens, we care for the largest collection of historic gardens and parks in Europe – including many created by the most notable designers.
Does my National Trust card work in Scotland?
You can also use your card to visit heritage sites in Scotland, looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.
What National Trust places are open in Scotland?
Properties that are open
- Castle Fraser – garden & grounds.
- Craigievar Castle – grounds.
- Crathes Castle – garden & grounds daily.
- Drum Castle – grounds daily (Garden of Historic Roses closed )
- Fyvie Castle – garden & grounds.
- Haddo House – garden & grounds.
- Leith Hall – garden & grounds.
- Mar Lodge Estate – estate and car parks.
Are National Trust properties open in Scotland?
our beautiful countryside places are open every day, all year round. We’re really looking forward to welcoming you back to our properties all across Scotland.