The Great British Heritage Pass

by David Murray on 13 June 2008

in Castles, Indoor activities, Palaces, Stately Homes, Visitor Attractions

If you’re visiting the UK from overseas here’s a great option for making considerable savings in both time and money when visiting major tourist attractions. (Unfortunately for UK residents this is not available to us; it is only for international visitors to our country).

I’m referring to The Great British Heritage Pass which covers entry to hundreds of locations around the whole of Britain owned by the National Trust, The National Trust for Scotland, English Heritage, Historic Royal Palaces and more. You can experience much of the long history of Britain through visiting its stately homes and palaces, and also the more humble properties, available to you without further charge with one of these passes.
Great British Heritage Pass
The Great British Heritage Pass is available both for individuals and families, and for different periods of time ranging from 4 days to 30 days (from the date first used). Backed by the British Tourist Authority (“VisitBritain”) this is an excellent facility.

Take a look at The Great British Heritage Pass website to check out the remarkable range of places you could visit, not only saving money but also making the best use of your time. Although understandably at some very popular locations you may still have to fit in with the visitor scheduling arrangements put in place to avoid overcrowding, you won’t have to stand in long lines to pay your entry charges.

Check it out now if you’re planning your visit to Britain.

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