English Heritage membership – why you should sign up

By August 13, 2018

Ok so this article is all about why you should get the English Heritage membership, while we highly recommend you get the membership and we are about to cover why below – you can visit the attractions and pay on the day.

There are over 400 English Heritage sites across the UK and the membership gives you access to them all – we are about to visit quite a few of them and cover them on this blog.

There is more on your own doorstep than you think, in fact while I am currently on holiday in the South East and about to use the membership to visit places near by. Once home we plan on using the pass at least once a month and visiting the different sites and attractions near home.

 

Reasons to buy the membership:

 

  • We are planning on visiting the Battle of Hastings attraction tomorrow and for a family of 2 adults and 3 children, this would cost us in the region of £30. The annual membership is £99 – us this voucher code “EH2018” and you get it 15% off (ends 31/08/18, but it means we need to visit 3 different sites this year to cover our costs, like I said we plan on visiting one a month so that’s at least 12
  • If you can’t afford the yearly membership in one go you can pay monthly and get all the benefits, but currently, if you sign up for 12 months you get an extra 3 months for free.
  • Money off other attractions as well

 

If you have a young family that likes to explore and play outdoors – this is a must. I was shocked when I did a search for attractions near me.

 

We have enough to last us through to the end of 2019.

 

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