Corporate membership

Share the benefit of amazing days out at National Trust for Scotland places with your employees to promote wellbeing and support Scotland’s largest conservation charity.

By becoming a corporate member, your organisation is helping to protect the things that make Scotland so special – the things we all care about, which bring us together and enrich our lives. The support from our corporate members helps us to care for the places we all love, so we can enjoy them for generations to come.

Your organisation can experience the very best of Scotland while supporting our work to protect our country’s irreplaceable heritage – our places, landscapes, stories and traditions. By sharing the benefit of days out at our spectacular properties, you are also supporting the wellbeing of employees and their families.

We can’t wait to welcome your employees and their families at our places soon. Together, we’re all part of something special, united by our love for Scotland.

A group of adults enjoy a tour around a grand house.

How it works

Corporate Member organisations can purchase bundles of individual or family passes to distribute among their employees. Each pass can be used once and admits two adults and up to four children to any National Trust for Scotland property. Passes are valid for one year from the start of your Corporate Membership.

We offer our passes at a tiered, discounted rate based on an average £11.04 individual adult entry fee and £26.50 family entry fee to our properties across Scotland. A minimum purchase of 100 passes is required.

Pricing structure

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Number of family passes

Up to 1,999

2,000 to 4,9995,000+

Cost per pass




*In relation to the average entry price of £26.50 per family

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Number of individual passesUp to 1,9992,000 to 4,9995,000+
Cost per pass£8.25£7.15£6.05

*In relation to the average entry price of £11.04 per adult individual

For more information or to enquire about becoming a National Trust for Scotland Corporate Member, please contact