This year marks 100 years since Agatha Christie's first novel, 'The Mysterious Affair at Styles', was published.
Take a video tour around her Devonshire holiday home and listen to a new podcast as we celebrate all this week: ow.ly/Uo2b50BaueK
Help look after nature, beauty and history on the 13 September by joining the #GNRReimagined.
Experience the atmosphere of the world’s biggest half marathon, the Great North Run, and pull on those running shoes for us today: ow.ly/WsSD50Bamzf
Uncover thousands of years of history and walk the sweeping landscapes of the places we care for with George Clarke, tune in to #NationalTrustUnlocked tonight at 9pm on Channel 4.
Missed the first episode? Catch up here: ow.ly/OQcR50BaAYK
Join George Clarke and take another behind-the-scenes look at the hidden histories of the places we care for. Episode two of #NationalTrustUnlocked airs tomorrow night at 9pm on Channel 4.
Missed the first episode? Catch up here: ow.ly/bW2R50BaAqL
Celebrated for his daring military exploits and role in the Arab revolt, T.E. Lawrence retreated from celebrity to Clouds Hill in Dorset.
Hinting at homosexual experiences in his books, The Seven Pillars of Wisdom is dedicated to Dahoum Ahmed, a close friend in Syria. #MusPride
Building their home together at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson’s unconventional marriage was filled with love.
Letters and biographies reveal both Vita and Harold had numerous same-sex relationships during their life together.
Virginia Woolf defied expectation and alongside a happy marriage to Leonard, had an intense affair with Vita Sackville-West, inspiring the novel Orlando.
In the writing lodge at Monk’s House, her novels came alive with her bohemian approach to love and sexuality. #MusPride
Shunning Victorian convention, Henry Cyril Paget earned the nickname 'the dancing Marquess' for the sinuous dance he gave at theatrical performances.
Known for his eccentric behaviour and costumes, he transformed the family chapel at Plas Newydd into an ornate theatre. #MusPride
Whether it’s pixies dancing in the firelight or tales of the world turned upside down, mysticism and magic are common themes of midsummer folklore around the world.
What midsummer superstitions have you heard?
Home to red deer, peregrines and ancient oaks, the Lorna Doone valley is a slice of inspiring Exmoor landscape. Your support will help care for this place, and many more like it: ow.ly/ljjo50A7GmT
Photo: Lorna Doone valley, Sarah Hailstone
On a whistle-stop virtual tour of our houses and gardens, Gillian C wanted to see the view of the hills from the front terrace of Wray Castle. This one's for you, Gillian.
Where would you like us to visit next?
There’s nothing like a sea view to lift the spirits.
We'd love to see some of your favourite views and hear your fondest memories from the 780 miles of coastline in our care.
Photo: S Anderson, The Needles @IsleofWightNT
Wild cherry trees are covered in delicate white blossom in April and May.
Learn to tell a cherry from an apple tree, and discover which blossoming tree helped Anglo Saxons keep fires alight: ow.ly/6a1N50z0LPm#BlossomWatch
Travel the world from your living room. Our podcast was named in the top 10 best travel podcasts by @guardian: ow.ly/70x750z49JF
Take an audio ramble through past episodes to historic landscapes and further afield.
These young faces might not know it, but they've got an important job to do @NTLymePark.
Together with the herd, their grazing will allow plants and insects to thrive across the parkland: ow.ly/VFru50z39Wy
Today is the day of the daisy. A humble flower we often see scattered on lawns and green spaces. To celebrate, we've launched a new nature book which looks for inspiration from nature for each day of the year.
Share your pictures of daisies using #EveryoneNeedsNature.