You’ve been referred

You’ve been referred by someone you know. If you open an account you’ll both earn a free day out at a National Trust site of your choice. Once you’ve opened an account, we’ll send you both separate passes, which grants entry to one individual each.

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Fill in this form to accept your friend’s referral, then download the Starling app to continue your application.

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Frequently asked questions

  • How do I receive and use my National Trust day pass?

    Once your friend has opened their Starling account, we’ll send you both an email with your passes attached as a PDF. You’ll also be able to view and download your access pass in the referral section of the Starling app.

  • Do I have to use my pass at the same time and place as my referred friend?

    No. They are individual day passes and can be used separately.

  • I’m a National Trust member – can I give my free day pass to someone else?

    Yes, anyone can use your free pass so long as you’re also there. For example, you could give the pass to your friend, and enter as a pair. But you couldn’t give the pass to your friend, for them to enter alone. This applies whether you’re a National Trust member or not.

  • Which National Trust locations can I visit with my pass?

    You can visit one of many participating places looked after by the National Trust in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Your pass­­­ is also valid for National Trust for Scotland sites and properties. To see places excluded from the day pass, please read the guest pass exemptions. Passholders should check in advance – entry can be refused at an excluded venue.

    The National Trust day pass doesn’t allow admission to places with reciprocal entry agreements, such as English Heritage (including Stonehenge or Housesteads Fort).

    Visit the National Trust website and the National Trust for Scotland website to plan your visit. Here you can check any open properties, any changes to opening hours and pre-booking requirements.

  • Does my free pass include parking?

    Your free day pass covers you for entry to a site or property. It doesn’t include free parking at the site.