English Heritage does a lot of good work to ensure that the important buildings, monuments and other sites that hold historical value in England are protected, preserved, and available for us all to see and learn about. They are also responsible for protecting listed buildings and other things such as shipwrecks and historical bridges, and there are over 400,000 such places in England.
English Heritage has over 400 places you can visit, from a fascinating cold war bunker to medieval castles, and from sites of interest from ancient Roman times through to important places from World War II. Whether you want to see an immaculate palace or a mysterious ancient monument, every English Heritage site is steeped in fascinating history, and you can visit as many as you like at no extra cost when you join English Heritage. Save on your membership now by using the English Heritage vouchers you'll find here when you sign up. You can give an English Heritage membership as a gift too, and treat someone to a whole year of exploring England's rich history.
- Choose from the range of offers available for membership at English Heritage here at vouchercloud.
- Click the 'View Deal' or 'Get Code' buttons next to any English Heritage discount deals that appeal to you to find out the terms of the offer and, if a promo code is needed to claim the deal online, get your code.
- Copy your English Heritage code or write it down to use later. Enter it into the promo code field when you buy your membership with English Heritage through their website.
- From time to time there are English Heritage offers you'll find at vouchercloud that don't require you to have an online promo code. You can claim these deals automatically on their site, so simply click here to head over there and join!
You can pay for your membership in a number of ways, but many people prefer to pay monthly by direct debit. This amounts to just a few pounds a month to grant you exclusive discounts and perks, as well as of course access to all of the English Heritage sites. You can also set up an annual direct debit, and English Heritage offer a discount to people who pay this way.
Is English Heritage a charity?
English Heritage is a registered charity and relies on the support of their supporters as well as membership and admission fees to keep up their work of maintaining and protecting important historical sites. You can donate to them here.
How Do I Organise a School Trip to an English Heritage Site?
English Heritage sites are popular for school visits, and you can find information about planning one for your own school here.
Are there English Heritage Sites near me?
Find out about English Heritage sites in your area here.
Phone - 0370 333 1181
You can also reach English Heritage online via their contact form.