The National Trust is a charity with headquarters in the UK that was established in 1895 with the mission of preserving and safeguarding the nation's natural and cultural heritage. Its primary goal is to preserve historic sites, open areas, and wildlife so that present and future generations can enjoy them.
One of Europe's largest conservation organizations, the National Trust, is in charge of managing over 500 historic homes, gardens, and ancient monuments as well as over 775 miles of coastline and more than 248,000 hectares of land in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
They are a non-profit organisation, and all donations go towards preserving and safeguarding the cultural heritage of the UK. Visitors and National Trust members are welcome to explore the residences, gardens, and parks that the Trust owns and maintains. Also, they can take part in year-round events and activities for different types of age groups such as; Guided tours, Nature Walks, Cycling, Kayaking, Festivals, scavenger hunts, and more.
By offering educational programmes, volunteer opportunities, and community outreach, the National Trust also aims to promote environmentally conscious living and environmental preservation. This encourages people to actively participate to the preservation of the UK's natural and cultural heritage.