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31 May 2023

Launch of member passport

A bright pink passport for National Trust for Scotland places rests against a tree. In the distance is Newhailes House.
We’re launching the new National Trust for Scotland passport, exclusively for members, this summer.

Members can pick up a copy of the passport at any staffed Trust property in Scotland, and then you can ask for a sticker when you visit each of our places. After 20 visits, you’ll get a voucher to bring a friend for free next time.

We care for and protect a vast range of places, all across Scotland. Fascinating castle tours, gardens in full bloom, amazing adventure play parks, wild Hebridean islands, stunning mountain landscapes, and so much more – we have your summer plans sorted! We hope you will keep the passports for a number of years, building up your sticker collection over time. When visiting any of our unstaffed places, simply use the list at the back of the passport and tick them off yourselves.

Not yet a member? Find out more about joining the National Trust for Scotland.

A National Trust for Scotland passport is held open, showing pages with place names and a space to add a sticker. One place already has a sticker next to it. A shop counter stocked with souvenirs is in the background.
We’ve got our first sticker!

We hope these passports are a fun way for you to track how many Trust places you’ve visited and that they help inspire visits to places you’ve yet to experience. You could even challenge a friend or family member to see who can reach 10 visits first.

Have you already visited all of our places? That’s wonderful! We’d love to hear more about this, so please share your stories with us by emailing
Hopefully, the passport will give you a great excuse to revisit your favourite properties, as there are always new experiences and things to discover.

We’re very much looking forward to welcoming you this summer.

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