Lotto ticket gives free entry to Brodick Castle

As part of their 25th anniversary celebrations the National Lottery, in conjunction with The National Trust and Brodick Castle, will allow visitors free entry to the castle for one week.

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Brodick Castle is offering free entry to National Lottery players from today (Saturday) to  Sunday December 1, to say #ThanksToYou for 25 years of support.

For one week, visitors can explore the island’s castle for free by showing any National Lottery ticket, past or present.

Dr Jared Bowers, operations manager at Brodick Castle said: ‘We’re looking forward to welcoming National Lottery players for free at Brodick Castle to celebrate 25 years of lottery good causes. Thanks to the players and National Lottery funding, some of Scotland’s most significant historical sites have been preserved and developed for generations to come.

‘As a charity, the funding is crucial in helping the National Trust for Scotland continue educating, informing and entertaining visitors from across the globe with tales of Scotland’s rich culture and heritage.’

The National Trust for Scotland, which owns and cares for many of Scotland’s most treasured heritage sites, has received more than £10.5 million in funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.