This card gives you free or reduced entry to galleries and museums.
If you’re an art or museum lover you’ll know it can be expensive to see all the major exhibitions, especially in London. The National Art Pass is a pretty good way to indulge your hobby for less.
How much is a National Art Pass?
It’ll cost you £75 for the year, reduced to £56.25 if you pay by Direct Debit. Buy a Double membership and it’s £112 a year or £84 via Direct Debit.
Is it any good?
The bigger galleries and museums will probably offer you 50% off with the pass, while smaller ones might give you free entry.
I’ve had one before and didn’t quite use it enough. But if you frequently visit galleries and museums, it’s well worth considering.
Where can you use it?
There are hundred of places – from the National Gallery to Tate Liverpool to HMS Belfast. You can search for your favourites or places near you on the National Art Pass website.
National Art Pass deals
Under 30s discount
If you’re aged under 30 years old you can get an annual pass for £45. (Or £33.75 if you pay by Direct Debit).
You can buy this at any time before you hit 30. So if you’re 29 and your birthday is tomorrow you’ll still get the full discounted membership for a year.
Student Art Pass for £10
Every summer, for a limited time, students can usually buy an annual pass for a discount. In 2023 it’s increased from £5 to £10.
Those renewing from previous years might be able to get a 20% discount with the code EARLYBIRD.
You need to be over 18 and studying full-time at a UK university or college. You’ll need to prove your eligibility with a uni email address.
3 months for £15 (expired)
It’s unusual to get a pass for less than a year, so if you want to try it out, or just have it for the summer, this offer is a good option.
You’ll pay £15 and get a three-month pass. You can’t add extra people onto this, so if you want more one you’ll have to take out extra trials in their names.
You can add a plus one for £5.
Expired 30 June 2023, but may return.