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England - National Trust - Free Entry Open Days - Days Out For The Family

In these hard times you can still enjoy a family day out with the National Trust - Believe it or not FOR Free!

Please note though, at some sites there may be a charge for parking.

National Trust - Free Entry Open DaysThe National Trust in England have published a list of different activities and events around the country that you can try out - without having to worry about the impact on your pocket.

There are a number of activities for everyone to enjoy.

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BATH: Get all Georgian at the Bath Assembly Rooms

BEDFORDSHIRE: Fly a kite at Dunstable Downs  Discover a sense of place at Whipsnade Tree Cathedral

BERKSHIRE: Visit the place where the Magna Carta was signed at Runnymede

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE: During August children go Free at Waddesdon  Explore the oldest building in the county - the 15th-century Chantry Chapel  Look across the Cotswolds from the top of Coombe Hill

CAMBRIDGESHIRE: Visit the remains of a Benedictine Abbey at Ramsey Abbey Gatehouse

CHESHIRE: Experience the deer rut in Oct at Lyme Park

CORNWALL: Watch autumn seabird migrations from The Rumps Point  Go beach combing and rock pooling along the coastline between Bude and Sandymouth  Explore a ruined tin mine at St Just  Look out for Choughs on Lizard Point  Follow in the footsteps of Marconi and the first transmission across the Atlantic  Mess about on the river at Frenchman's Creek  Fish off the harbour wall at Mullion Cove  Look out for Basking shark at Black Head  Surf in Gunwalloe  Explore the Lanhydrock Estate  Visit the discovery centre at Cotehele Quay CORNWALL - Surf or walk the coastline

CUMBRIA: Get poetic with Wordsworth in the Lake District  Stand amongst the 38 stones at Castlerigg Stone Circle  Enjoy the Victorian park complete with amazing displays of daffodils and rhododendrons at Fell Foot Park  Walk in the footsteps of Beatrix Potter in the picturesque white-washed village of Hawkshead  Listen for natterjack toads on the dunes of Sandscale Haws  Climb England's highest peak, Scafell Pike


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DERBYSHIRE: Find out about the fate of the residents of Eyam village during the great Plague  Follow in the footsteps of the Mass Trespass at High Peak  Recreate a scene from Pride and Prejudice and look out over Stanage Edge  Hop over the stepping stones at Dovedale  See the bubbling, boiling river at the grotto on the River Manifold  Visit the first Trust acquisition in the Peak District at Winster Market House Watch the wildlife cams at the visitor centre at Longshaw  Or... Enjoy the interactive geology display at the Ilam Park visitor centre  Venture into the cave mouth at Odin Mine  Stretch your legs on the Lyveden Way

DORSET: Go fossil spotting on the Jurassic Coast at Golden Cap  Join our volunteer stonewalling group at Purbeck estate  Visit the iconic 180ft symbol of fertility - the Cerne Giant, in Dorset

DEVON: Watch salmon leaping up the river at Watersmeet  Discover the Loughwood Meeting House Baptist Church  Wander through the orchard at Killerton
DEVON - Surf or walk the coastline

ESSEX: Explore 106 acres of woodland at Blakes Wood  Spot Napoleonic defences from Danbury and Lingwood ComMon  Travel back in time to the Medieval hunting ground at Hatfield Forest   Relive the Norman turmoil and conquest of the 11th-century Motte and Bailey mound at Rayleigh Mount

HAMPSHIRE: Look for butterflies, plants and other wildlife on Selborne Common & Hill  Venture to the New Forest to see heathland plants at Hale Purlieu

HERTFORDSHIRE: Play pooh sticks and make tree rubbings at Ashridge

ISLE OF WIGHT: Learn about the space race at The Needles New Battery

KENT: Look across the English Channel from the White Cliffs  Watch the deer at Knole Park

LONDON: Feed the ducks at Morden Hall  Visit Ham House during August for Free trails and other activities in the grounds and gardens.

MERSEYSIDE: Follow in the footsteps of early man at Formby

NORFOLK: Go crabbing at Brancaster  Explore Humphry Repton's landscape at Sheringham Park

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE: Discover the history of local slate and stone industry at Priest's House

NORTHUMBERLAND: Enjoy a Victorian wildlife walk at Allen Banks & Staward Gorge

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE: Arrive at Clumber on your bike and get in Free

OXFORDSHIRE: Take in the Bronze Age white horse, Iron Age hillfort and Dragon Hill (where St George slayed the dragon) at White Horse Hill

SHROPSHIRE: Download a walk and head out to the Clent Hills  Take in the views at Wenlock Edge  Explore Shrewsbury's last remaining watch tower at Town Wall Tower

STAFFORDSHIRE: Investigate the Roman bath house at Letocetum  Explore the houses carved into the rock face at Kinver Edge

SUFFOLK: Paint a picture that inspired Constable at Flatford  Identify 10 different birds at Dunwich  Visit the Theatre Royal - the only regency playhouse in existence

SURREY: Walk along the 20 mile towpath besides the River Wey  Climb to the highest point in the Surrey
Hills at
Box Hill

SUSSEX: Explore the second largest Iron Age ring in Britain at Cissbury Rings  Enjoy miles of views stretching along the south coast from the Devil's Dyke

WILTSHIRE: Visit the set of Pride & Prejudice, Wolf Man and Cranford at Lacock  Experience the megalithic at Avebury's stone circle Go butterfly spotting at Cherhill Down,  Bring a picnic and join us on a 3 mile walk spotting orchids, flowers and butterflies at Calstone & Cherhill Downs, Wiltshire on 27 June

WORCESTER: Have a pint in the Fleece Inn (you have to pay for your drinks!)

YORKSHIRE: Spot the dancing bear and turtle at Brimham Rocks  Discover how the coast got its shape at the Old Coastguard Station  Spot hairy ant and waterfalls with a walk around Hardcastle Crags  Go rock pooling in Robin Hood's Bay

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