From UK Fundraising
The National Trust begins a phased reopening of some of its gardens and parklands in England and Northern Ireland this week, using advance bookings to limit visitor numbers.
From Wednesday, 3 June, the Trust will begin reopening a small number of gardens and parklands with more to follow over the coming weeks. All admission will be by pre-booked ticket only (opens in a new tab) and people can now book their tickets in advance on property web pages. They are free for Trust members, and other visitors will pay an admission fee.
All the Trust’s houses, shops, holiday cottages and campsites remain closed in line with government guidelines.
The charity will only reopen where social distancing can be observed, and these locations will open to around a third of their normal capacity at any one time. Visitors arriving at reopening properties by car will be asked to show pre-booked tickets through their vehicle window before parking. Those arriving on foot will have bookings checked by staff who will adhere to social distancing
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