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ANNUAL MEMBERSHIPS


National Trust for Scotland www.nts.org.uk


With so many places to visit - from battlefields and castles to country parks, adventure playgrounds, cafes, restaurants, shops, gardens to explore and more, there's something different to do with your family every day of the week. In and around Edinburgh, there's The Georgian House, Gladstone's Land, Newhailes, House of the Binns, Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse, Culross Palace, Kellie Castle, Falkland Palace and more! Facilities differ from property to property but many provide baby changing, kids lunch boxes in the restaurants, picnic sites, kids trails and quizzes to make visits educational as well as fun. There are hundreds of family-friendly events at Trust properties throughout the year.


MEMBERSHIP DETAILS:


An annual family membership to the national Trust for Scotland is suitable for two adults at one address and up to four children. For this your family gets free entry to all National Trust for Scotland properties and a members’ magazine.


INCLUSIONS/EXCLUSIONS: A National Trust for Scotland membership grants access to over 100 properties in Scotland and many more with our partner Trusts worldwide. This includes 300 properties in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.


More info: Costs:


Parking: Onsite café:


£69 per family


(2 adults and up to 4 children) £5.75 monthly by direct debit


Free Varies depending on property


Good place for rainy days: Yes


Picnics allowed: Yes


Edinburgh Zoo 134 Corstorphine Road www.edinburghzoo.org.uk


Edinburgh Zoo is the largest wildlife attraction in Scotland with over 1000 animals, and is the only place in the UK to have giant pandas and koalas. It also has the world’s largest penguin enclosure. Families can make use of several play and picnic areas, coffee shop, restaurant, food court, kiosks, gift shop.


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