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The National Trust is for everyone, and we want to make it easy for disabled visitors to enjoy the places we care for. We are continually looking to create solutions for accessibility which are creative and sensitive to our surroundings. We also have an ongoing process of improving accessibility information can be found under the 'Facilities and Access' section of their individual web pages.
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. Just 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 whomever 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.
- The Links Pass is available to groups affiliated with local and national disability charities, a Local Authority, currently or previously connected to the NHS, care homes or day centres and other caring charitable groups of this kind
- On applying for the Links Pass, organisers must quote the charity or NHS Trust number and name of their national organisation
- The pass entitles those within the group who are disabled or of pensionable age to get 50 per cent off the standard price of admission. Essential companions, or carers, in the group are given free entry
- The Links Pass is only renewed on request; each welcome pack includes an application form for the following year
- All visits must be pre-booked and are available at the discretion of the National Trust property or General Manager
If you'd like to visit a specific place, but can't find the information online, please contact the property directly
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