Win a National Trust family pass

Enjoy a grand day out on us.

Fancy winning a National Trust family pass, with which you can explore one of the charity’s 500 places in the UK? Of course you do.  

Gardens bursting with colour, castles and houses with stories to tell, and countryside trails leading you down undiscovered paths – they all lay in wait for our lucky winners. 

The National Trust family pass is a single use pass giving two adults and up to three children – or one adult and up to four children – free admission to a National Trust property of your choice. 

And we have a few thousand of the passes to give away, so the chances of you getting your hands on one are high. 

The Rose Garden in June at Sissinghurst Castle Garden, KentCredit: National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
The Rose Garden in June at Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Kent

So, what do I do to win?

Just click here and answer one simple question, and maybe you’ll soon be on your way to new adventures. Either learning about people and places from the past or discovering remarkable works of art, architecture and gardens. Or just drinking coffee and eating cake in one of the hundreds of National Trust cafes. 

This competition closes at 11.59pm on Friday August 4. 

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National Trust Family Pass Saga Terms and Conditions

  1. The National Trust family pass is for admission only and excludes car parking charges.
  2. The National Trust family pass is a single-use pass and may only be used once.
  3. Only one National Trust family pass per household will be permitted.
  4. The promotion is open to anyone who is a resident of England, Wales and NI except employees of Saga or National Trust and their immediate families.
  5. To redeem the free National Trust family pass, you will need to cut out the in-paper voucher or present the email with your free family pass to a member of staff at your chosen National Trust site. 
  6. The National Trust family pass is a single use pass which allows 2 adults and up to 3 children or 1 adult and up to 4 children to receive free admission to a National Trust property of your choice:
    Adults are those aged over 18; children are those aged between 5 – 17; under 5s receive free admission at National Trust properties.
  7. The National Trust family pass will be valid for use from the date of receiving your in-paper voucher or email through to August 31.
  8. The National Trust family pass is valid from Monday to Sunday at National Trust properties within advertised opening hours.
  9. There are some exclusions on National Trust venues / properties included in this promotion. Please visit to see these exclusions. It is important you consult this list prior to arriving at your chosen destination. Entry can be refused at an excluding venue.
  10. Some properties require booking in advance of the visit date, please check the property’s website prior to visiting to check whether this is the case with your chosen property and to book tickets. At these properties, without a booking we cannot guarantee entry.
    How to book at a bookable property:
    Visit the property’s website, click ‘Book a Visit’
    ii. Select a free member’s ticket and when asked for your membership number type SAGASUMMER
    iii. Complete the transaction and you will receive a confirmation email. If you only select the free members tickets, you will not need to enter your debit/credit card details and you will not be charged.  
  11. Bring along both your booking confirmation and the cut out in-paper voucher, or the email with your free family pass. Present these to the National Trust team member on arrival.
  12. Without both the booking confirmation and the free family pass we cannot guarantee entry, and without the free family pass (email or cut-out) you will not receive free entry and will be charged the full admission price.
  13. The National Trust family pass has no cash value and cannot be redeemed against the cost of membership.
  14. The National Trust family pass is not for resale and cannot be transferred to others. If the National Trust deems this to have occurred, we reserve the right to refuse use of the pass and the full admission price may be charged.
Lou Dearden

Written by Lou Dearden


A journalist and editor since the ‘90s (when lunches were considerably longer – and louder) she’s written for The Guardian, Total Film, Glamour, Sky and Vogue. She’s also collaborated with huge brands like ASOS, Barclays, House of Fraser and Tesco. Having cut her teeth in the food and drink industry, she’s been lucky enough to visit vineyards and Michelin star restaurants – as well as much less salubrious, but no less fun destinations. And as editor of a film magazine for six years, she’s interviewed stars like Michael Palin, Sandra Bullock, Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn.

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