Enjoy Free Trips To Hillsborough Castle And Gardens And More With Boundless Plus

Public servants in Northern Ireland can now enjoy free unlimited access to Hillsborough Castle and Gardens plus other Historic Royal Palaces sites and more thanks to a new membership package from Boundless, opening the door to £599* in total annual savings. 

The new Boundless Plus membership package offers four additional benefits for public sector and civil service workers and retirees, including days out at some of the UK’s top historic sites and attractions. 

Among these benefits, entry is included to sites cared for by the independent charity Historic Royal Palaces, with admission for one additional adult and up to two children per visit. This includes Hillsborough Castle and Gardens near Belfast, plus Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and the Tower of London – one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions.

Boundless Plus members also get access to more than 100 National Trust for Scotland locations. This includes complimentary entry for up to two adults and up to six children at museums, gardens, historic houses and more, from the dramatic natural beauty of Glencoe National Nature Reserve in the Highlands to the fairytale Fyvie Castle near Aberdeen. 

Adventurers will find no shortage of activities either, as Boundless Plus members can join the Ramblers community, with unlimited access to more than 50,000 guided group walks and a wealth of walking routes available to try out across Great Britain.

Basic breakdown cover worth £33 with Roadside Assist by LV= Britannia Rescue tops off the offer, which includes free roadside assistance and local breakdown recovery. 

Darren Milton at Boundless said: “We’re excited to expand our benefits package with a range of new opportunities for our members to enjoy some fantastic free days out across the UK, including in Scotland and Northern Ireland. 

 “We hope Boundless Plus members will love exploring these top attractions with friends and family, whilst making great savings along the way.” 

Antonia Newman, Director of Development at Historic Royal Palaces, said: “We are delighted that Boundless Plus have joined our popular corporate membership scheme at Historic Royal Palaces, providing their own members with access to our iconic sites.  

“Whether it’s walking in the 100 acres of tranquil gardens or touring the fascinating State Rooms at Hillsborough Castle, we hope our sites will provide a memorable day out for Boundless Plus members.” 

Boundless Plus members can access all the new benefits for an annual fee of £68, which builds upon the club’s impressive roster of deals already available with its £40 membership. 

These perks include unlimited complimentary access to Kew Gardens in London, Wakehurst in West Sussex and all nine Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) centres across the UK, as well as discounts for days out through Kids Pass, featuring kids-go-free deals and savings at nationwide attractions, such as Edinburgh Zoo and Go Ape forest adventure park. 

Members get free access to tastecard including Coffee Club – the UK’s biggest dining club, which provides discounts every day of the week at thousands of restaurants nationwide.  

Boundless members also save up to 37 per cent on cinema tickets through the Cinema Society, including at Vue, Odeon, Cineworld and Showcase cinemas across the UK. 

In addition, the Boundless community can enjoy a range of exclusive events throughout the year – from discounted member days out at some of the UK’s top attractions to online talks and masterclasses, plus a variety of local events organised by Boundless members, including lunches, quizzes, museum visits and more. 

Boundless membership is available to all civil service and public sector workers, working or retired, along with relatives of existing members. This includes teachers, civil servants, local-government workers and members of the armed forces, fire service, NHS, police and more. 

For more information on Boundless membership and to join, please visit: www.boundless.co.uk/plus

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