Competition: win an annual family membership with English Heritage

Explore the wonders of England’s history with an annual family membership to English Heritage

<p>Hadrian’s Wall dates from AD 122 and stretches 73 miles from coast to coast (Photo: Adobe Stock)</p>

Hadrian’s Wall dates from AD 122 and stretches 73 miles from coast to coast (Photo: Adobe Stock)

English Heritage cares for a huge range of historic sites spanning six millennia, including palaces, houses, hill figures, castles, abbeys, industrial sites, Roman forts and even deserted medieval villages.

These range from the imposing Wolvesey Castle in Winchester to the incredible Hadrian’s Wall and its series of Roman forts - and now you could win an annual family membership to visit them all for free.

How to win a free family membership

NationalWorld is giving away a free annual membership to English Heritage. To enter, simply visit our competition page and enter your details.

The competition will end at midnight on Saturday 30 April and the winners will be drawn on Monday 2 May. For full terms and conditions, visit https://www.jpimedia.co.uk/competition-prize-draw-terms-and-conditions/

What’s included in a membership?

A family membership for English Heritage includes:

  • Unlimited access to over 400 historic places
  • Free entry for up to six children*
  • Free or reduced price entry to 100s of exciting events
  • Free parking where the car park is owned by English Heritage

*Membership includes six accompanying children per adult Member, under 18 and within the family group.

Members of English Heritage will also receive:

  • A free Member’s Handbook
  • Exclusive Member’s Magazine
  • Free or reduced price entry to English Heritage events
  • A range of Member’s Rewards

Richard, an English Heritage member for two years, said: "We couldn’t get over the fact that we could visit over 400 sites around the country, many of which we would not have normally thought about visiting.

“Also, the important conservation work that English Heritage undertakes keeps these sites and their history alive for our children and (ultimately) their children."