CPRE membership lets you enjoy discounts on places around the country

By Annabelle Sanderson
2nd November 2021

Did you know that when you join CPRE you not only help preserve our countryside for future generations – and ensure we keep habitats for wildlife so they can thrive – but you get great discounts on some of the most beautiful and historic places in the country!

When you join the CPRE you get several exclusive discounts off entry to some of the most iconic and historically important houses, castles and museums in the country.

We’ve picked out a few of our favourite, starting with ones in the best county of all!

Iford Manor Gardens

Wilton House – seat of the Earls of Pembroke

Chavenage House – as seen in Poldark and many other feature films and TV series

New Forest Wildlife Park

Burghley House – A Tudor Mansion built by Queen Elizabeth’s most trusted courtier

Bronte Parsonage Museum – A must for all literary fans

Tiverton Castle – With history dating back to King Alfred through to Medieval times and the English Civil War

Wildwood Escot – Animals, zip wires AND a Saxon village.

White Scar Caves – The longest show cave in Britain

Syon Park – London home of the Duke of Northumberland featuring the Long Gallery that Tudor Queen Catherine Howard and Lady Jane Grey once walked down

The Bowes Museum (In the now famous Barnard Castle)

Darlington Railway Museum

Ingatestone Hall – A Tudor house still owned by the family whose ancestor built it.

Berkeley Castle where Edward II met his untimely end.

Bamburgh Castle – A site home to Celts, Saxons, Vikings and rebuilt by the Normans. Featuring in Bernard Cornwell’s ‘The Last Kingdom’.

Chillingham Castle – Britain’s most haunted historic castle

Glastonbury Abbey – The burial place of King Arthur and the earliest Christian foundation in Britain

Rockingham Castle – Built on the orders of William the Conqueror

Lewes Castle – dating from the Norman Conquest and featuring in the Battle of Lewes in 1264

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