National Trust Gift Card

National Trust Gift Card

  • To spend on the entire range of National Trust

  • Digital gift card delivered directly to your email

  • Only new memberships can be bought with this gift card

  • Available to order in amounts of £10 to £150

  • This gift voucher can be used up to 2 years after issuing

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Are you looking for a gift for someone who loves nature? Whether for a birthday, anniversary or any other special occasion, this is the perfect way to give someone a memorable experience. The lucky recipient can choose from over 500 National Trust properties to visit at any time of the year. They can enjoy the first blooms of spring, a cream tea in summer, a stroll through the autumn leaves or a bracing winter walk. The National Trust Gift Card is the ideal present for Mother’s or Father’s Day and a unique way to make memories. Why not make the visit a family affair and create special moments through all the generations? Do you have a friend who loves flowers and the beauty of gardens? They’ll love a National Trust Gift Card where they can wander through the acres of space and relax in the peaceful surroundings. Surprise your loved ones with a National Trust Gift Card. 

Frequently asked questions

How much is a National Trust membership?

Individual life membership


Individual life membership


Joint life membership


Joint life membership


Family life membership


Can I take a friend on my National Trust card?

If your membership card indicates '+ guest' after your name, you are entitled to bring a guest for free to our pay-to-enter locations. However, life members cannot bring guests to the Annual General Meeting (AGM), as this event is exclusively for members.

Where can you spend National Trust gift cards?

You can use gift cards at National Trust cafés, shops (including the online shop), and admission points to pay for entry to the places under our care. Additionally, they can be used to purchase a new membership.?

Where can I buy National Trust gift cards?

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National Trust Gift Card

The National Trust is a UK-based conservation charity dedicated to preserving and protecting historical places, beautiful landscapes and natural wonders. Their mission is to conserve the nation's heritage and promote access to these places. With over 500 historic houses, gardens, castles, beaches and parks, a National Trust Gift Card offers a wealth of experiences for anyone who appreciates the beautiful landscapes of the UK. Whether it's a visit to the enchanting Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire, a stroll through the ruins of Corfe Castle in Dorset, or a walk along the White Cliffs of Dover in Kent, the possibilities are endless. To give a National Trust Gift Card, simply select the amount from £10-£150, give us the name of the recipient, and we’ll deliver their digital gift card on the date you specify. The National Trust Gift Card makes the perfect Christmas, birthday or anniversary gift for countryside lovers. 

Give a National Trust Gift Card

Did you know you can get married at many National Trust properties? The National Trust Gift Card would make a welcome present for the happy couple, whether they use it to contribute to their big day or for a visit after the event. You can also holiday with the National Trust. Use the gift card for a stay at a hotel, holiday cottage or campsite and make the most of the surroundings. It can also be redeemed for a memorable souvenir from one of the National Trust shops or in the property’s café. If you’re searching for a gift for a gardener, bookworm, homemaker or nature lover the National Trust Gift Card is sure to delight. Maybe the recipient will choose to use your gift for their annual National Trust membership. This gives them the chance to visit any of the 500+ National Trust properties in the UK and take their time discovering the UK’s heritage.