Reopening After UK Lockdown


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With the government easing lockdown restrictions gradually following the third national lockdown, we’re excited to see many attractions across the East and South of England reopening, and setting out their plans to welcome visitors back through their doors.

We can expect phased openings, reduced capacity, and lots of additional safety measures in place, as well as the need to book ahead in advance.

So start planning here your eventsdays out and the best places of where to stay in the East and South of England!

National Trust reopening dates
In England and Northern Ireland, gardens, parks and countryside remain open for local exercise – just please remember to stay local and book your visits in advance.

From 12th April – Outdoor seating available and some shops begin to reopen
From 17th May – Indoor places begin to reopen, plus indoor seating at cafes

English Heritage reopening dates
12 April, Phase Two: Stonehenge and holiday cottages open, and shops.
17 May, Phase Three: 23 additional sites and interiors will open
21 June, Phase Four: All sites fully open, plus summer events, checkout event listings here
Until 21 June, visits must still be booked in advance.

Be sure to check back soon as we confirm more attraction reopening dates for 2021, and don’t forget to check before you travel.

From all of us at, Stay Safe!

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