From Country Living
From Monday 13th July, The National Trust will reopen seven houses in England and Northern Ireland. The Trust has already reopened more than 130 gardens and parks in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as part of a phased reopening following government advice.
Various Trust locations will begin to open their doors to people with pre-purchased tickets only. While they have to limit the numbers of visitors, they are opening more places every week and adding more tickets for places that are already open.
From Monday 13th July, the Trust will reopen the following houses:
The Argory, County Armagh will reopen on 15th July and Packwood, Warwickshire will reopen on 17th July.
In March, the Trust decided to open their parks and gardens for free to provide everyone with a place to enjoy some fresh air during social distancing. However, after stricter