National Trust re-openings in UK

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The UK’s National Trust, an organization that works to preserve historical places and which owns many sites of interest in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, began opening some gardens and parklands to visitors in June. At press time, 135 parks and gardens had reopened to limited numbers of visitors. At each site, every visitor must book a visit in advance.

For a list of open sites and instructions on purchasing tickets, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/how-to-book-your-visit-and-what-to-expect.

At press time, all properties of the National Trust for Scotland (www.nts.org.uk), a separate entity, were open.

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The UK’s National Trust, an organization that works to preserve historical places and which owns many sites of interest in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, began opening some gardens and parklands to visitors in June. At press time, 135 parks and gardens had reopened to limited numbers of visitors. At each site, every visitor must book a visit in advance.

For a list of open sites and instructions on purchasing tickets, visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/how-to-book-your-visit-and-what-to-expect.

At press time, all properties of the National Trust for Scotland (www.nts.org.uk), a separate entity, were open.