National Trust Accessibility Services

The National Trust is for everyone. We want our disabled visitors to have a great experience with us, and we are always working to improve the accessibility of the places we care for.  

Access Guide

The National Trust's 2022 Access Guide gives helpful information about the accessibility of our sites where we welcome visitors. The guide is designed to have accessibility information for all our visited places in one location to assist with planning your visits. The Guide is up-to-date at the point of publication.

Download the Access Guide here

Discounted and free entry

Essential Companion card

The Essential Companion card makes it simple to bring one or two carers or companions with you, free of charge. Show the card when you arrive, and your carer(s) or companion(s) won’t need to pay an entry fee.

It’s in your name so you can bring whoever you like, but even if you don’t have an Essential Companion card, you can still bring carers or companions free – the card just makes it quicker and simpler for you. 

Links Pass for groups

The Links Pass gives half-price entry to groups affiliated with disability charities, day centres, or registered care homes. Carers or companions with the group are welcome free of charge.

How to get your Essential Companion card or Links Pass

To order your pass or card, contact National Trust on the contact details below. 

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Who to contact

0344 800 1895 0344 800 1895
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We enjoy welcoming everyone to the places we look after and we’re working hard to make sure those with disabilities have a good experience. Assistance dogs are very welcome.

Our staff and volunteers will do everything they can to ensure that you enjoy your visit. If you feel that it would be useful to contact the property in advance of a visit to discuss specific access requirements, please do so.

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