The National Trust
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Only one attraction in Wales covers one fifth of the coastline, 11 of the 15 tallest peaks, 45,000 hectares of stunning landscape and includes castles, gardens, historic houses, bridges and a gold mine - the National Trust. The Welsh countryside is enriched by fantastic attractions offering enjoyable days out and memorable experiences and so many of these inspiring places are cared for by the National Trust.You are never more than 40 minutes from a National Trust attraction, be it the imposing Penrhyn Castle in the North, majestic Chirk Castle in the East, romantic Powis Castle in mid Wales or the impressive Tredegar House in the South.
But the National Trust in Wales is not all about stately homes and fortresses, there are great days out to be enjoyed at Dolaucothi Gold mines, Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall and the intriguing Tudor Merchant's House. And the beautiful Bodnant Garden and Colby Woodland Garden offer so much more than simply stunning surroundings to relax and play in.
But by far the most incredible thing the National Trust offers, is unlimited access to all of this for the whole family for just over half the cost of one family visit to Alton Towers, and only £15.50 more than a family day pass to Chester Zoo.
And when you join the National Trust you can be sure that you are paying not only for access to all the 300 houses, 200 gardens, 40 castles and 76 nature reserves across Wales, England and Northern Ireland, but also helping the charity to look after our heritage and landscape forever for everyone.