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National Trust
properties to visit in London

Since 1895 the National Trust has been the independent charity that actively works to preserve and protect historic places and spaces.

The National Trust members can enjoy free and discounted entry to 18 museums, historic homes and places of interest in London. As well as access to the UK's historic houses, gardens, mills, forests, castles, miles of coastline, islands, 61 pubs and inns, whole villages and even a goldmine.

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2 Willow Road

The 1930s house designed by the `Modern Movement' architect Erno Goldfinger.

FREE entry

SAVE £6.00

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575 Wandsworth Road

The hand-carved fretwork interior of this modest, early 19th-century, terraced house is enthralling and inspiring.

FREE entry

SAVE £6.00

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Benjamin Franklin Museum

The world's only remaining home of Founding Father of the United States.

50% off entry

SAVE £7.00

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Carlyle's House

Hidden in the quiet back streets of Chelsea is the home of 19th century literary celebrity couple, Thomas and Jane Carlyle.

FREE entry

SAVE £5.10

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Danson House

One of the finest surviving 18th century villas by the architect Robert Taylor.

50% off entry

SAVE £8.00

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Dr Johnson's House

A Charming 300-year-old townhouse, nestled amongst a maze of courts and alleys in the historic City of London.

50% off entry

SAVE £4.50

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Fenton House

Former 17th century merchant's home with a walled garden, classic Georgian furniture and harpischord collections.

FREE entry

SAVE £6.50

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Hall Place and Gardens

Set in 65 acres of stunning award winning gardens, this grade I listed Tudor mansion was built for a former Lord Mayor of London in 1537.

50% off entry

SAVE £8.00

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Ham House

This rare and atmospheric 17th-century house sits on the banks of the River Thames in Richmond.

FREE entry

SAVE £10.00

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Keats House

Grade 1 listed and set in a peaceful garden, this was the home of poet John Keats from 1818 to 1820.

50% off entry

SAVE £5.50

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Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

The history of consumer culture from Victorian times to the present day described through 12,000 items.

50% off entry

SAVE £6.50

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Old Operating Theatre Museum

One of London’s oldest and most intriguing museums—a former operating theatre where every patient was female.

50% off entry

SAVE £6.50

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Osterley Park

18th century neo-classical manor house designed by Robert Adam, with landscaped park and gardens.

FREE entry

SAVE £9.25

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Red House

The only house commissioned, created and lived in by Arts & Crafts movement founder, William Morris.

FREE entry

SAVE £7.20

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Sutton House

Tudor house surviving in the heart of a thriving East London community.

FREE entry

SAVE £3.50

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The Fan Museum

Set in two grade II listed buildings dating from the 1720s that have been sensitively restored to their original grandeur in order to exhibit these wonderful items in suitably lavish surroundings.

50% off entry

SAVE £4.00

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