Buzz·Posted on 6 May 201621 Things Only National Trust Members Will UnderstandThere's absolutely nothing worse than forgetting your pass.by Sophie GaddBuzzFeed Staff, UK FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. You probably originally joined for the free parking. maltesereater / Via ebay.co.uk That coveted sticker. 2. But now there's barely a weekend when you're not looking round an historic house. Karen Roe / Via Flickr: karen_roe The free car parking was just a gateway drug.Wimpole Estate, Hertfordshire. 3. Or a wonderful garden. Henry Hemming / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: henry_hemming Sheffield Park Garden, East Sussex. 4. Because some of them are seriously beautiful. muffinn / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mwf2005 Ham House, London. 5. So you're always looking for new places to go near where you live. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @xenyan 6. And there's absolutely nothing worse that driving somewhere and realising you forgot your pass. Sophie Gadd / BuzzFeed Noooooooo. 7. You have a passport and get very excited about getting stamps. http://shop.nationaltrust.org.uk/national-trust-visitors-passport/p5468 http://shop.nationaltrust.org.uk/national-trust-visitors-passport-stamps-set-of-12/p4984 8. And you may have even planned your holidays around where there are lots of National Trust places to visit. ADTeasdale / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: adteasdale What's the point of going on holiday if you can't go and look round an old house and have a nice cup of tea?Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire. 9. You have played the National Trust game walking around historic houses. Karen Roe / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: karen_roe The game: In every room decide on one piece of furniture that you would steal and put in your house. Don't ~actually~ steal it though. Blickling Hall, Norfolk. 10. You've probably got quite good at identifying types of architecture. Elliott Brown / Via Flickr: ell-r-brown Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire. 11. You feel the need to read every single piece of information inside. Martin Pettitt / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mdpettitt So you "get your money's worth". Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk. 12. And you've definitely found yourself slightly stuck in conversation with a very chatty volunteer. Karen Roe / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: karen_roe Lacock, Wiltshire. 13. You don't consider it a proper visit unless you visit the tearoom. Elliott Brown / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: ell-r-brown Because obviously, free entry means it's acceptable to drop £10 on cake. 14. So you have strong opinions about the best things they serve. Heather Cowper / Via Flickr: heatheronhertravels Cream tea or Victoria Sponge, obviously. 15. And you actually understand this pun. National Trust / Via nationaltrust.org.uk Classic National Trust banter. 16. You've probably sat on these specific benches while trying to eat your picnic without being attacked by wasps. Sophie Gadd / BuzzFeed Red House, London. 17. Obviously you have to go to the gift shop. Howard Lake / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: howardlake But only at the end of the tour of the house, as a reward for reading all the information panels. 18. And you've probably considered buying one of the ducks at some point. thewoodshoponline / Via ebay.co.uk Or you actually own them. 19. But you know that the National Trust isn't just about houses, because it has some of the best beaches in the world. Ed Webster / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: ed_webster Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall. 20. And some seriously beautiful views. Ben Cremin / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: bencremin Corfe Castle, Dorset. 21. Damn. Stewart Black / Via Flickr: s2ublack Stourhead, Wiltshire.