English Heritage Gift Membership - help keep heritage alive & strong

 
 

Discount code with English Heritage for 25% off!

Find Dad that perfect gift with our Father's day offer at English Heritage Membership. Now all gift memberships are 25% off when you use code "FATHER25" until 16th June 2024. (T&CS:  For use on new membership purchases only. Gift memberships only. Annual Direct Debit only)


If you're looking for heritage gifts for anyone who loves British heritage, the English past and historic gardens, you could give them a Gift of Membership to English Heritage.

English Heritage care for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites from the prehistoric to the Medieval, the Roman to the Cold War.  And they bring the story of England to life – you can stand and be where history has happened.  Many of their sites will be known to you, such as Stonehenge, Dover Castle, Tintagel, Hadrian’s Wall and Kenilworth Castle.

Walk and stand where history happened!

English Heritage is a registered charity (no 1140351) and they work hard to help people discover history through experience and being in the places where it happened, rather than just reading about it in books.  So you can walk in the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth I at Kenilworth Castle, or wander through the grounds of Down House, just as Charles Darwin did.  You can visit Boscobel, where King Charles II hid from soldiers in the oak tree for a day, and wonder what it would have been like to have been a member of the family of the Dukes of Northumberland at Warkworth Castle.

So there’s plenty to see and do and English Heritage has lots of events on throughout the year.  

Hadrian's Wall is under the care of English Heritage

Hadrian's Wall is under the care of English Heritage
English Heritage has 400 sites open to the public so there's lots to explore and plenty of autumn walks to enjoy.
Find a place to visit here.

Become a member of English Heritage and receive..

  • Unlimited access to over 400 historic places
  • A Free Members’ Handbook so that you can plan your days out
  • Free or reduced price entry to events - there are lots of Members’ Events and you can also see all the events taking place around England and Wales here.
  • Free entry for up to 6 children
  • An Exclusive members’ magazine
  • Free parking at English Heritage sites
  • Members’ rewards offers on great brands!

SPECIAL OFFERS on gift and annual memberships!

 

Enjoy unlimited access to hundreds of historic places with an English Heritage Membership and get 15% off Gift & Annual Memberships. Simply use code "EHAFF2024" at checkout from 20th January 2024 (not before!).  The code expires on 31st December 2024 and you can use it on new membership purchases only and on annual direct debit only. 


So what's on at English Heritage?

 You could go along to one of the LEGO® Brick Build events happening at Easter - seven places are doing this and you can get the list here.

There's are Easter Adventure Quests at English Heritage.

Go on an Easter Adventure Quest!

There's are Easter Adventure Quests at English Heritage.  Hunt for clues in the grounds to track down the Easter eggs - and get rewarded with a yummy chocolate treat!  

You can do this on any day of the school holidays for just £2 on top of the ticket price.  There's a list of sites taking part here.

Some sites have a  LEGO® Brick Build event - find out where this is happening here.

Some sites have a  LEGO® Brick Build event - find out where this is happening here.

Easter is a great time to get outside and explore, to enjoy the flowers and blossom, too.   But if it's raining, English Heritage still have lots of ideas of things to do 


There are lots of lovely doggy days out for you and your dog!
There are lots of lovely doggy days out for you and your dog!

There are historic gardens to explore and enjoy, such as the Mount Grace Priory in North Yorkshire
There are historic gardens to explore and enjoy -
this is the Mount Grace Priory in North Yorkshire

And this is the garden at Boscobel, where King Charles II hid in the oak tree
And this is the garden at Boscobel,

where King Charles II hid in the oak tree
See more historic gardens here.

English Heritage have a number of priorities:

  • to inspire, thus creating an interest in history and times past to pass on through the generations;
  • to conserve, caring for historic sites and artefacts, and being leading experts in the field of conservation;
  • to involve more people in the work they do, including to boost member engagement through visits to their sites; 
  • and to have financial stability, in part by increasing the membership, and giving members a reason to stay with them. 

Become a member or give a gift membership to be part of this historic journey today!

Click here to buy a Gift Membership to English Heritage