We recently bought a family pass for the National Trust and I am now possibly a little obsessed with visiting different places, leafing through the brochure, planning trips and reading reviews trying to find the best places. So I figured if this is what I’m doing then maybe other people do this too and although the National Trust website is brilliant all the blurbs are written from a PR stance to encourage you to visit and what I wanted was reviews by parents, real experiences, and top tips, so I decided to collate as many as possible and put them all into one place to make it easier to find.
All the below reviews have been written by parent bloggers based on their real experiences after family days out. The following reviews and this post have not been written in collaboration with the National Trust is a full of honest opinions and own personal photographs. So whether you are going walking in Ireland, chasing waterfalls in Wales, or exploring the coast line in the UK you are bound to find the perfect National Trust place to enhance your trip.
Devon and Dorset
Arlington Court and National Trust Carriage Museum
Somerset and Wiltshire
The Cotswolds, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire
Berkshire, Hampshire and the Isle of White
Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Hindhead Commons and Devils Punch Bowl
East of England
Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill
Felbrigg Hall, Gardens and Estate
Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens
Fountains Abbey and Studley Water Garden
Seaton Delaval Hall
Washington Old Hall
Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall
Powis Castle and Gardens
(These reviews have been collected from a variety of bloggers and written independently of the National Trust to help people choose which ones to visit.)
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