Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership

Discover the benefits of joining English Heritage's Corporate Membership scheme.


Corporate Members get free access to Stonehenge and over 300 other properties across England.


Become an English Heritage corporate member and reward your staff with free entry* to over 280 English Heritage sites.

As a company you will also receive discounts on advertising in our Member's Magazine and on venue hire.

*Certain Corporate Members can now enjoy free or discounted entry to our sites on event days. To see if your membership includes this benefit, please call English Heritage customer services on 0370 333 1181


Please click here to download a full list of sites that are free to corporate members for 2015/16.

The logos of current English Heritage Corporate Members

Current Corporate Members

We're grateful to our current corporate members, who include:

Sign up to our newsletter

Sign up to our e-newsletter to keep up to date with the latest news from English Heritage and make the most of your corporate membership. It's packed with inspiring ideas for days out, intriguing stories from our properties and all the latest offers for corporate members.

Visitors at Stonehenge

A group visit to Stonehenge

Book Stonehenge Tickets

Please note for corporate members visiting Stonehenge, you must select 'Affiliate/corporate/NT (adult 19+)' on the online booking form, available through the Stonehenge website.

Access on event days

When any events are taking place at a property some Corporate Members are not entitled to free entry - to avoid disappointment call English Heritage customer services on 0370 333 1181 to check your benefit level and ask about our event schedule before your day out.

Corporate Activity Days

We run Corporate Activity Days at many of our sites across the country. These are a great way for your employees to gain new skills, build morale and teamwork, and to have some fun in the great outdoors. Contact Sara Westrop , Corporate Development Coordinator, for more information.

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