English Heritage membership offers & 20% discount code 2017

Find out how you can save with the latest English Heritage membership discount offers 2016/2017. Receive 3 months for FREE when you join via Direct Debit. English Heritage membership offers start at just £43.50 with unlimited access to castles, historic houses, gardens and abbeys across England.

  • Save an additional 10% on English Heritage memberships
  • Get FREE unlimited access to over 400 historic attractions
  • Discount code applies to Annual & Gift memberships
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Expires at 23:59 on Saturday 31st December 2016

  • Receive 3 months for FREE when you join with Direct Debit
  • Membership includes 6 accompanying children per adult
  • Offer not combinable with other offers
  • Join English Heritage with the latest membership offers
  • Annual membership starts from just £43.50
  • Enjoy FREE unlimited access to over 400 historic places
English Heritage annual and life membership offers 2016/2017
English Heritage annual and life membership offers 2016/2017

The annual membership of English Heritage gives you access to 400 castles, ruins, stately homes and much much more... As a member you are also safeguarding the heritage of England for future generations.

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English Heritage membership offers 2016/2017: Dover Castle, Kent © English Heritage
English Heritage membership offers 2016/2017: Dover Castle, Kent © English Heritage

Benefits of English Heritage membership offers 2016/2017

With English Heritage membership you can visit their castles, ruins and stately homes as many times as you wish all year round. It's great value for days out throughout the year for the whole family to enjoy.

  • FREE entry to over 400 historic castles, ruins and stately homes across England
  • FREE entry for up to 6 children (18 years old and younger) per member
  • 'Heritage Today' members' Exclusive Magazine
  • Access to additional events throughout the year
  • Admission to over 100 associated attractions at discounted-rate or for FREE
  • Access to exclusive members' events e.g. behind-the-scenes tours
  • FREE English Heritage handbook worth £10.95

Life Membership of English Heritage offers all the benefits of the annual membership plus FREE entry for an adult guest, other events and sites owned by Historic Scotland, Cadw and Manx.

Hadrian's Wall Roman re-enactment © English Heritage
Hadrian's Wall Roman re-enactment © English Heritage

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English Heritage membership prices for 2016/2017

Below is a breakdown of the prices for annual and life membership of English Heritage.

English Heritage - annual membership offers:

  • Student (under 19 and NUS Members) £43.50
  • Adult (age 19-59) £52.00
  • Senior (age 60+) £43.50
  • Adult and Senior £78.00
  • Couple (age 19-59) £92.50
  • Senior Couple (age 60+) £67.00

English Heritage - life membership offers:

  • Individual Life Membership £1,200.00
  • Individual Senior Life Membership £900.00
  • Joint Life Membership £1,750.00
  • Joint Senior Life Membership £1,200.00

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What is English Heritage?

English Heritage is tasked with protecting and promoting England's spectacular historic monuments and landscapes. It is sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, but relies heavily on income from members and visitors.

Audley End House and Gardens, Essex © English Heritage
Audley End House and Gardens, Essex © English Heritage

Much of any income is reinvested on the upkeep and maintenance of the 400 plus historic properties it looks after. English Heritage sites have approximately 11 million visitors each year and they have just under 700,000 members.

English Heritage's most Famous Site: Stonehenge, Wiltshire © English Heritage
English Heritage's most Famous Site: Stonehenge, Wiltshire © English Heritage

English Heritage sites are located across England, so you are never too far away from an exciting day out. So what are the most famous sites? Here's a short list of some of the more well known properties and attractions that English Heritage looks after:

  • Audley End House and Gardens, Essex - one of England's grandest stately homes
  • Battle Abbey, Sussex - King Harold and the Battle of Hastings in 1066
  • Dover Castle, Kent - Operation Dynamo: Rescue from Dunkirk
  • Down House, Kent - Charles Darwin's home for 40 years
  • Hadrian's Wall - Marking the border of the Roman Empire
  • Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire - Created by Robert Dudley for Elizabeth I
  • Osborne House, Isle of Wight - Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's Seaside Home
  • Stonehenge, Wiltshire - The World Famous Stones
  • Tintagel Castle, Cornwall - Birthplace of King Arthur
  • Wrest Park, Bedfordshire - Large Secret Gardens
Down House Kent, the home of Charles Darwin © English Heritage
Down House Kent, the home of Charles Darwin © English Heritage

If you are thinking about joining English Heritage make sure you make the most of the latest English Heritage membership discount offers and promotional codes for 2016/2017. If you've visited an English Heritage site recently, tell us what it was like and join in the conversation. For more things to do, browse the latest holiday activity deals.

Colin Carter

Colin Carter
Updated on Saturday 3rd December 2016

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