Britain contains a vibrant history, from the legend of King Arthur and the Holy Grail to the mystery of Stonehenge. The Great British Heritage Pass gives free access to approximately 480 heritage attractions – castles, stately homes, gardens, historic sites and prehistoric monuments - throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. In addition, the Pass gives 50 percent reduction on entry to The Roman Baths in Bath, and the Eden Project in Cornwall. There is a wealth of places to visit from the major attractions, such as Leeds Castle and Shakespeare's Birthplace, through to locations known as secret Britain, which make up the tapestry of the culture of Britain. This remarkable pass gives significant value, and if you only visit less than one property per day, you still make fantastic savings on entrance prices. The Pass comes with a Britain visitor guide as well as a sightseeing map.
The Great British Heritage Pass comes in the form of an admission card, signed by the user, along with a full colour guidebook and map, giving key information about each site – address, telephone number, location and brief description
Vouchers can be redeemed at one of 16 tourist information centres around the country. Please note that redemption centres may change and visitors should check the website www.heritagepassbritain.com before redeeming their voucher.
Please note these are redemption points only. Your voucher does not grant entry to attractions within the Great British Heritage Pass and must be exchanged for a Pass at a redemption centre.
Passes cannot be issued without this voucher. For queries, please call us on 0208 707 4460. The card is validated at the first attraction visited, and is then valid for consecutive calendar days (not 24 hours), depending on the type of card bought.