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Entrance passes and 2-for-1 coupons for the UK

Just returned from a driving tour in England. Would like to pass on info from my research on entrance fee passes for homes, castles, etc. This information is meant to be only a start. Please update and add to it.

National Trust
Touring Pass for 7 or 14 days is available; 7 day pass for 2 is 41GBP.
1 year membership 53GBP for 1 person or 93GBP for 2.
the Royal Oak Society in the US has reciprocal privileges. $65 for 1, $115 for a family and Tax Deductible! Similar organization in Australia.

English Heritage Pass, 9 day pass for 23GBP.

Hudson's Heritage Pass, expensive but might be good deal for some. 2 day pass can be used within 3 days. A question about it here received no responses, so it might be new.

Treasure Houses of England, 10 houses including Chatsworth and Blenheim. Buy ticket to any and receive 2 for 1 coupons for the others.

Warwick castle: the brochures for the hop-on, hop-off buses in London and Stratford-upon-Avon have 2 for 1 coupons in them. (You don't need to ride the buses to get the brochures.)

Also check out Historic Houses Association.

Hope this is of some help to someone. ; )

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