National Trust sites for kids

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Looking for the perfect National Trust sites for kids, or a family day out with something for everyone?

Before having kids, we always thought that the National Trust’s historic properties were places to take Grandma for a serene and atmospheric cup of tea. With a baby in tow, we were pleasantly surprised that there are dozens of incredible National Trust sites dotted around the UK which are just perfect for little ones.

In our National Trust for Kids series you’ll find magnificent places with buggy-friendly paths, outdoor adventure play areas, woodlands to explore, children’s menus, art workshops, hands on history, free half term activities and events during the school holidays, and much more. With your 15% discount, Family Membership costs less than £7.50 a month (at the time of writing) and is worth every penny. Without further ado, check out our favourites!

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Amid our favourite National Trust sites for children under 10 you’ll discover a magnificent abbey, walking and cycling trails, play areas for the younger children, and plenty to spark the imagination of your preschoolers and older kids.

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The best historic properties for children who want to explore their creative side, including Nostell Priory and Plas Newydd.

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Stunning historic properties with working farms and the opportunity to get up close to some friendly farm animals including some rare breeds.

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Our handpicked selection of excellent sites for sparking a true love of learning, with fascinating historic homes, hidden treasures and even burial mounds!

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Five wonderful child friendly National Trust properties with beautiful woodland areas to explore, outdoor adventure playgrounds, trails and even a labyrinth. Perfect for a sunny day out.

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More handpicked National Trust sites for family days out…

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