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Access to properties

NAT properties are open to visitors at all reasonable times during daylight hours without charge. Guidebooks for Caistor Roman Town, Burgh Castle and St Benet's Abbey can be purchased at shops local to each site, and at Jarrolds and other Norfolk bookstores.

Accident and incident reporting: download form

The Trust is committed to visitor safety at all its sites. Finding out about accidents or incidents, and learning from them will help the Trust to manage visitor safety effectively.

To report an accident or dangerous incident which has occurred on a Trust site or was connected to Trust activities, please download and complete the Accident & Dangerous Incident Report Form

Trust membership

If you are interested in joining the Trust, please click here for more information.

Other enquiries

Enquiries about membership should be sent to the Trust's Company and Membership Secretary, Maureen Kimbley:

For all other enquiries please email

Norfolk Historic Environment Record

Further archaeological information about our properties can be obtained by consulting the Norfolk Historic Environment Record. Maintained by Norfolk County Council at Union House, Gressenhall, this is a definitive record of our current knowledge of all known archaeological sites and monuments in the county. Anyone wishing to consult the record should make an appointment by email ( or phone (01362 869282). The HER can also be consulted online by visiting the Norfolk Heritage Explorer website at