THE National Trust is to start reopening some of its gardens and parks from June 3 – but there will be restrictions in place.
Twenty-nine sites across England and Northern Ireland are opening their doors once again after being forced to close ten weeks ago due to coronavirus lockdown.
The reopening of outdoor spaces follows the limited opening of car parks earlier this month.
However, while parks and gardens will again welcome guests from next month, they will operate at a limited capacity of just one third to allow visitors to social distance.
All of the facilities, including shops and houses will remain closed until further notice, along with cafes and toilets, while sites across Wales also remain closed.
They will only welcome advanced online bookings via their new booking platform, meaning walk-in visits won't be allowed.
Launching today, the online booking system only lets you book one ticket per person, excluding children under five, with a 30 minute arrival time slot for the day you wish to visit.
The length of time you can stay at the site depends on the location.
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