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Enjoy unlimited access to more than 400 historic places with English Heritage membership and make great saving with these cashback deals. Soak up the story of England by visiting royal castles, historic gardens, forts and defences, prehistoric sights and much more. Visit places such as Stonehenge, Dover Castle, Hadrian's Wall and Apsley House. Benefit from free entry for up to six children accompanied by an adult member, as well as free or reduced price entry to hundreds of historic events throughout the year. You will also receive a complimentary full colour handbook and their award-winning members' magazine delivered four times a year.

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English Heritage — Guardians of Historic Places

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If you love your history, English Heritage membership offers you the chance to access 400 historic places and sites without having to worry about paying admission prices every time you visit. By taking out a membership at English Heritage, you will be opening a whole world of historic sites, such as Stonehenge, Hadrian's Wall and Dover Castle, and amazing events suitable for all ages, including jousting displays, reenactments of battles and more.

English Heritage offers individual and joint memberships which let kids go free, while there are discounted rates for seniors and students too. You will also receive a free members' magazine and handbook with your membership when you join. English Heritage places, which include historic gardens, attract millions of visitors each year, but they can cater for both group visits and school visits if you are looking to organise one during February half term or Easter.

Visit their website to learn about their conservation work or how you can volunteer, while if you download their mobile app, you can explore the story of England while on the move. Become a member of TopCashback by signing up via this page and you can save on your membership thanks to our English Heritage discount code and cashback deals.

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Membership Options

English Heritage membership offers unlimited access to more than 400 historic places and sites, meaning you can stand where history happened for a whole year. As a member, you will be able to take part in hundreds of historic events and get money off at other attractions. If you join by annual Direct Debit (not in conjunction with any other offer), you will also get three months' free membership.

There are various different types of annual memberships available, including individual and joint adult passes. If you like to visit places as a family, there is a membership for one adult and up to six children or an option for two adults and up to 12 children.

There are senior, joint senior and adult & senior memberships, while their young adult/student membership is available to anyone aged 18-25 who has a valid NUS card. Whichever membership you go for, you can pay monthly or annually, while a lifetime membership is available with the individual adult, joint adult, senior and joint senior options. As well as being able to take out 12 months membership for yourself, you can also buy an annual gift membership.

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Places to Visit

As an English Heritage member, you will never be stuck for places to visit.

As well must-see sites like Stonehenge and Hadrian's Wall, you can also search for places of interest in your region. If you live in the south west, you can pay a visit to Tintagel Castle or Old Sarum, while if the south east is your base, why not explore Dover Castle or Battle Abbey — the site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066?

English Heritage sites in London include Eltham Palace & Gardens and Kenwood, while if the Midlands is your hunting ground, you will find Kenilworth and Stokesay castles, as well as Kirby Hall. The east of England is home to Wrest Park and Audley End House & Gardens, while you can also go and see Yorkshire's Whitby Abbey and Clifford's Tower. Take a trip to the north west to see Beeston Castle or nip over to the other side of the country and stroll around Lindisfarne Priory.

What's On

No matter what the season, English Heritage offers you the chance to step into history with their programme of events.

Whether you or your family want to go behind the scenes on exclusive tours of historic houses, enjoy stargazing in an amazing setting, take part in a bit of archaeology, learn how to become a Roman soldier or get your hands on some creepy crawlies, there are various events to choose from.

If you know when you will be visiting a particular place or area of the country, you can search for events by date and location. Take a look at what's on during the half term holidays, find an event near you or browse family and member events. Whatever you are looking to do, don't forget you could save with our cashback deals and English Heritage discount codes.

Weddings and Venue Hire

If you are planning a wedding, party or conference, you can turn it into a unique and unforgettable occasion by hosting it at one of English Heritage's historic venues.

Depending on the type of event you are planning, their venues can hold anything from 20 to 2,500 people, while they have planners who will help ensure your event runs smoothly. If you want your wedding day to be extra special, there are plenty of historic venues to choose from, including Eltham Palace, which is a former childhood home of Henry VIII, and Osborne House, which was the private retreat of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

English Heritage can also host private birthday or anniversary parties in one of their exclusive properties. You could have a medieval banquet in an historic castle or enjoy some food and drink in a stately home.

Whether you choose Pendennis Castle or Wellington Arch, their accredited caterers offer a range of event management services, meaning you can organise as much or as little as you want. Many of their venues have conference and meeting facilities, while you can also let a range of individual offices and suites at Wrest Park.

Family Days Out

The historic places you can visit with English Heritage can also be great for family days out.

Whether you have kids who love to explore castles and stately homes or prefer to run around playgrounds and gardens, you will find locations ideal for any time of year. Check out things to do during half term holidays, which could allow you to follow in the footsteps of Romans or experience what life was like in a Victorian household, while you may also find suggestions like the top 10 English Heritage castles to visit.

As well as being able to search by location or date, you can also take a look at which of their historic places have play areas where your little ones can burn off excess energy and be entertained for an hour or two if they get bored.

Their family property guides will show you all the interesting things you should look out for during your visit and the best places for your kids to play, as well as all the practical information you will need. If you are on a budget, you might find days out which cost less than £20 or the perfect places to visit on rainy days.

Holiday Cottages

If you want to fully immerse yourself in England's past, you can choose to stay in one of their unique and historical properties.

Whether you are thinking of a cosy cottage, a coastal retreat or a gatehouse tower, you will definitely be able to make your next holiday a memorable one. Staying at an English Heritage holiday cottage will provide you with an exciting and engaging way to explore the country's past.

Whether you are looking for an inspirational setting or a bit of character, you are sure to enjoy a unique experience. There are plenty of benefits to staying in an English Heritage cottage. These include a welcome hamper on arrival, free entry to all English Heritage sites during your stay, free tickets for English Heritage events during your stay (exclusions apply), an orientation tour of the property and 10% off at their shops, cafes and tearooms during your stay, as well as on online gift shop orders for a month after your stay.

History of English Heritage

You may be surprised to learn the collection of buildings and monuments now under the care of English Heritage began to be amassed in 1882.

At the time, heritage was the responsibility of the Office of Works, the government department responsible for architecture and building. In 1913, an Act of Parliament was passed which gave the department new powers — to make a collection of the greatest sites and buildings which told the story of Britain.

These were regarded as being prehistoric and medieval remains. By 1933, there were 273 sites in the collection, including Stonehenge, Rievaulx Abbey and Carisbrooke Castle, which were all open to the public. After the Second World War, the Ministry of Works, as it had become, became interested in other buildings, acquiring industrial sites and, in 1949, its first country house — Audley End in Essex.

However, it was decided it would be more financially sustainable if the National Trust took on England's country houses. By 1970, the English part of the collection stood at 300 sites, which were visited by more than 5.5 million people.

In 1983, what had effectively become the English national heritage collection was transferred to a new body set up by the Conservative government — the Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission. Its first chairman, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, did not like the name and it was re-christened English Heritage. Over the next decade and more, the collection improved and the season ticket was replaced by a gift and annual membership scheme.


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