we'll be in england, scotland, and wales. a friend said it was cheaper to become a member of the national trust, than pay for each place to visit. i am confused as to whether you have to get passes or become members of each country's national trust, or is there one that is good for any site in the uk?
we will probably be visiting the tate britain, the glenfinnan monument, hampton court castle, herefordshire, hidcote manor gardens, conwy castle, chatsworth, haddon hall, the castle ruin at loch ness, tintern abbey - are all these places we would need a national trust membership or a heritage pass to see? thanks, julie