Osterley Park, Middelsex
Tapestry Room at Osterley Park, Middlesex
Ickworth, Suffolk
View from beyond the Canal showing the lake, walled garden, summer house, church and Rotunda at Ickworth, Suffolk.
Knole, Kent
Learn about Knole's rich history. Attend a lecture with the Royal Oak Foundation.
Mount Stewart, Co Down, Northern Ireland
Travel Northern Ireland with Royal Oak
Lake District
Catbells seen from the East shore of Derwentwater, with cloud reflections in the water, Cumbria

About Us

Cattle graze peacefully beside the river in Croome Park, Worcestershire

The Royal Oak Foundation is the American partner of the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Our mission is to encourage Americans to learn about, experience and support places of great historic and natural significance throughout the United Kingdom. Our members receive unlimited entry to all National Trust UK properties. Join Today

The latest from The AngloFiles

The Traveler's Guide to East Sussex
Scope out the best the National Trust has to offer in Sussex, including its first-ever house

See the UK's Finest Gardens with The National Trust
Spring is the perfect time to plan your next visit to an English garden

A Royal Production: Behind-the-Scenes with Sally Bedell Smith and Helen Mirren on "The Audience"
Royal Oak lecturer and renowned author Sally Bedell Smith's keen eye for historical detail brings Queen Elizabeth II to life on-stage

Support

2015 National Trust Appeal: Furniture Research Project
Royal Oak seeks to raise funds to support a three year-long Furniture Research Project that will enhance catalogue entries and provide research for the National Trust’s furniture collection.

Royal Oak General Fund
The General Fund sustains all of Royal Oak’s work throughout the year. Your support makes every aspect of our mission possible, from supporting key fundraising initiatives to the National Trust’s urgent conservation and acquisition priorities. Donate today!

The Ronald Lee Fleming Legacy Challenge
Help ensure the future of The Royal Oak Foundation’s Drue Heinz Lectures.