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Do we need to join English Heritage or National Trust?

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1. Posted by cikusang (Respected Member 1361 posts) 11y

Got some resources that it's good for local and foreign travellers to get membership card on English Heritage (EH) and National Trust (NT) if they wish to go for historic heritage sight-seeing? Is that necessary? How am i going to know all the admission fees of all the tourism spots in England? ( even address and contact details as well)

I've been working on my plan to Eng and now i have bundles of resources getting from net as well as my travel guide books. Pls assist.

I wish to travel England thoroughly within 3 or 3 and a half months which i believe it's quite rush!

I need your moral support and i wish I could do a long writing about my travel in England and introduce England to everyone who only gets to know England through
1) English League
2) London, Oxford uni and Cambridge uni or other commercialised private colleges
3) England used to conquer a lot of South East Asia's nations such as my country - Malaysia

That's my latest survey about my friends and people around me! Some of them even thought UK = England - that mindset should be corrected!
Some of them don't even know Ireland Republic is not North Ireland, my goodness!

I hope you are one of the enthusiastic person to help me out - to make my travel writing a success!

Thank you so much!

Lee

2. Posted by ukmassage (Inactive 1052 posts) 11y

details on discunts and addresses nationaltrust.org.uk

3. Posted by vicki80 (Full Member 42 posts) 11y

The cards aren't necessary to see the sites but they do give a discount, so would be worth looking into if you are planning to go to as many as possible. I don't think it is that expensive to become a member

4. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 11y

As vickie80 says, membership provides a number of advantages one of which is dicounted entry to a large number of places.

You certainly do not need to be a memeber, but if you plan on visiting a number of National Trust places, it might be worth your while to get membership.