TAKE the kids out for free to a National Trust property this autumn, as they’re giving away family passes.
Take your pick from hundreds of properties across the UK including Blickling Estate, the Cragside, Kingston Lacy, Osterley Park, and Stoneywall.
To bag the free tickets, vai al National Trust website here and click ‘Claim your free visit’ .
Poi, click the plus button to add a ticket to your basket. Head to the checkout to grab your bargain.
Once you’ve filled in the online form, a voucher will be sent to you, but it might take up to 48 hours to arrive because of the volumes of people requesting tickets.
Tickets include entry for two adults and up to four children. You’re only allowed one ticket per email address, and you can redeem one ticket per household on the day of your visit.
There are hundreds of properties taking part in the promotion.
Designed by an inventor, it’s filled with weird and whacky gadgets, while the grounds are surrounded by lakes and waterfalls that are used to power the property.
In alternativa, get lost in Dorset wandering around Kingston Lacy.
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This Mansion House has acres of grounds where the whole family can escape, and a free ticket will save two adults and four children £45.
The estate has 40 buildings including a castle perched on the clifftops.
Complete with a swan pond, ice-house and a glasshouse, you’ll feel like royalty.
National Trust are running the promotion up to November 30 or until vouchers run out – whichever happens first, so be quick to avoid disappointment.
Once you have your voucher, you’ll have until November 30 to redeem your free visit.
Make sure your voucher is valid, as some National Trust properties are exempt from the money-saving offer.
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They include Bath Assembly Rooms, Hadrian’s Wall and Housesteads Fort, and Princes Risborough Manor House and many others.
If your property is part of the deal, make sure you don’t need to book your visit, as some require booking in advance.