National Trust - Days Out App 4+

Find special places to visit

The National Trust

Designed for iPad

    • Free



Explore over 550 places that we look after across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This app is your guide to memorable days out at historic homes, coast, countryside and

The app will also help you keep up with our events throughout the year, so you’ll always have something new to discover.

Download the app now and start planning your next visit.

Find special places
Discover what’s happening near you, or search for remarkable places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

See what’s on
The places we care for host a range of events throughout the year. Use the What’s On section to find out what’s happening – from educational talks and tours, to art, theatre and live music.

Download maps, trails and audio files
To help plan and enhance your visits, download maps, trails and audio files to your device.

Search offline
Everything you need to plan a visit is available offline, so you can use the app in the most remote locations.

Invite your friends
Share the places you want to visit (or show your friends what they’re missing!) via social media, email or text message.

Scottish places
Please note, places in Scotland are looked after by a separate organisation – The National Trust for Scotland and thus are not listed on this app.

Please see our website for full terms and conditions:

What’s New

Version 4.4.09

Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
687 Ratings

687 Ratings

GuppyC-M ,

Decent but lacking scope

App works very well for info on places nearby, with a few filtering options, but that’s all it does.

• No digital membership card, and plastic card can’t be loaded to phone wallet.
• No way of adding places to lists, eg must see / seen / go again etc.
• Downloadable maps vary greatly from the ones handed out at the gate - eg numbering of locations around the grounds isn’t consistent, which caused much confusion.
• no consistency in pricing section to show what is free with a membership and what isn’t, leading to doubts about visiting certain locations.
• from what I can see, the handbook adds nothing extra if you have the app or vice versa. So at point of membership purchase allow people to choose which they prefer. It would save paper and printing costs.

Looking at other reviews, some of my points have been made by others, sometimes years ago. Developer response is either completely off the mark, or promises an item is coming. When that feature still doesn’t exist 2 years on, you’ve failed the user.
I would imagine one of the main targets these days is getting the younger generation more interested - without a decent app you’ve failed before you even start.

Do a thorough UX study to find out what people want, and then make it happen. Don’t deprecate features before the replacement can go live. I’m sure you have a decent dev team, and could even count on some volunteers. There’s just no excuse for the lack in functionality.

Chris062828 ,

Great App

Loving the app so far, nice and simple and makes it so easy to choose your next visit. A few suggestion from me: - A ‘Discover’ page to find new places which you wouldn’t see based on your location, but you might consider working in to your next trip. This could also encourage visits to less known sites. - Icons or tags to highlight key elements of a site: grounds for walking on, a property to look around, gardens, cafe etc. as it is nice to have that information immediately. - It would be good to be able to change the location of your searches. This is essentially what the map is doing but I would like if I could temporarily select a new location, say if I’m going on holiday in the UK. I could then see sites closest to me for when I’m there. - Make sure every location has at least one image - Mobile tickets and passes (I know you’re already working on this) Thanks and Keep up the good work!

Geeky Gran ,

Map Download does not work on iPhone or iPad

I have been trying to download a dog walking map for one of your properties near to me. It does not give me the option of where to save the map. It does not appear in downloads nor anywhere else on iCloud or local device file system. I eventually found it in recents but the only options available are to put it in books or print it. Useless! Move is greyed out. I have come to the conclusion it is sandboxed in some way. I have no wish to print something all green that covers a page with expensive printer ink that I will lose and forget to take with me being a pensioner. What I would like is to be able to save somewhere I can find it, to pinch and zoom on my iPhone while at the property. I have come across no other app failing in this way. Otherwise I am happy with the app telling me what is open when.

App Privacy

The developer, The National Trust, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Search History
  • Browsing History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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