Britain is home to some of the most stunning castles, palaces and stately homes around and to give you a taste of just how wonderful our historic attractions can be for a day out, we've teamed up with Treasure Houses of England to offer one lucky user the chance to win a Gold Pass to visit all ten sites in its portfolio.
The Treasure Houses of England are ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses and castles in England today. The members are: Beaulieu, Blenheim Palace, Burghley House, Castle Howard, Chatsworth, Harewood, Hatfield House, Holkham Hall, Leeds Castle and Woburn Abbey.
One of the best features of the Treasure Houses is that they all offer the visitor a living history. Most are still homes to the great families who have owned them for generations. Others keep their heritage alive by re-creating scenes and events that have dominated and shaped England from the ninth century to the present day.
Located in some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes across the country, the Treasure Houses are also a garden lover's paradise where you can explore Capability Brown landscapes, view contemporary sculpture gardens, marvel at historic walled kitchen gardens or lose yourself within spiralling mazes.
On a day out, discover hidden gems and dark secrets, follow walks and adventure trails in beautiful parklands and gardens, enjoy classical concerts, outdoor theatre, family fun and relax over afternoon tea. The Treasure Houses change with the seasons, move with the times and always have something unexpected to offer, something new to discover.
For more information and opening hours, visit treasurehouses.co.uk
The prize includes: A Gold Pass valid for two people to visit all ten Treasure Houses. The pass is not transferrable and is for a standard house and garden visit. The ticket must be presented on arrival. The prize is valid until 31 May 2014. Bank Holiday weekends or special events are not included.
For your chance to win a Gold Pass to visit ten of England's historic attractions, enter your details in the form below before 14 May 2013