National Trust venues in North East offering free entry to National Lottery players
As part of National Lottery Open Week which takes place this week until March 26, people in the North East will be able to visit a selection of National Trust properties for free - and all you need is a lottery ticket.
Every week National Lottery players raise more than £30 million which goes towards funding good causes across the UK and as a thank you for all the money raised, National Lottery-funded projects across the UK are offering free entry to National Lottery players.
Anyone who presents a National Lottery ticket or scratch card (digital or physical) will be given discounted entry.
We're offering free entry to National Lottery players at a number of the places we care for this week: https://t.co/Ovc2wDxcHX
It's our way of saying #ThanksToYou for supporting vital conservation projects.
Already a member? Bring a friend for free and enjoy exploring together. pic.twitter.com/Uw4KeVdoQN
— National Trust (@nationaltrust) March 20, 2023
There will be other special offers available as part of National Lottery Open Week in the region including free entry to museums, art galleries, English Heritage venues, gift shop discounts and more.
You can see the full list of places offering free entry and special discounts on the National Lottery website.
National Trust properties in the North East offering free entry this week
You'll need to present your lottery ticket or scratch card at the visitor reception of each place to experience it free of charge during the open week in 2023. One ticket equals one adult entry. Booking in advance is not required.
Souter Lighthouse and The Leas, Sunderland
Ormesby Hall, Middlesbrough – This offer will run from March 23–26.
Seaton Delaval Hall, Northumberland - Offer will run from 22–26 March.
Please check each individual venue listings for dates, times and other terms and conditions.