The National Trust will be inviting visitors to its sites across the country free of charge this autumn.
The charity will be celebrating the arrival of the new season with a limited-time Guest Pass promotion.
It will mean that families can visit the many stately homes, grand gardens, beaches and countryside locations that are looked after by the charity.
The limited-time offer will allow people to book an autumn trip to a National Trust site of their choosing.
Each free ticket will admit two adults and up to four children, with hundreds of sites taking part in the campaign.
The National Trust says: “Everyone needs nature and autumn is when it really glows.
“As the scenes change around us escape into the season with a free visit to the places we care for.”
Around West Yorkshire, those include Brimham Rocks, Hardcastle Crags, Nostell, Marsden Moor and Wentworth Castle Gardens.
That’s not to mention those just across the borders into neighbouring counties, like Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden, and the Yorkshire Dales.
You can also use the free National Trust pass to visit Castlefield Viaduct over in Manchester, the sky-high urban park that opened this year.
The 330-metre Grade II-listed steel viaduct was transformed with plants and landscaping into a heritage park, which is technically only a temporary installation while the National Trust works on a permanent vision for the landmark’s future.
Some sites won’t be taking part in the Guest Pass promotion, and visitors are urged to check their chosen destination isn’t on this list before visiting.
Alderley Edge and Tatton Park, for example, are both excluded from the deal.
The free National Trust guest pass promotion will be available to use at sites on or before 30 November 2022.
You can find out more here.
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