The National Trust has reopened some of its car parks after the reduction of closure restrictions in Great Britain.
Parking lots and outdoor spaces have been opened today, but cafes and properties remain closed.
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They said in a statement: "We give priority to opening our doors and offering beautiful outdoor spaces first, and always following government guidelines in England, Wales and in Northern Ireland ".
"From Wednesday 13 May we will start to open car parks in England, so that people can have access to the outdoors, the great outdoors and nature.
"Staffed and equipped parking lots will take longer."
The announcement comes after the British gathered in garden centers and on the golf course after the closure adjustments began.
However, the rules of social distancing must still be followed and restrictions will be reintroduced if the cases of coronavirus increase.
The National Trust warns that parking lots will remain closed in Wales and Northern Ireland due to different closure rules.
Both regions still recommend "stay at home" messages unlike England.
National Trust cafes, stores, gardens and homes will remain closed, but will be the next to open in due course.
Visitors may also be unable to enter without pre-booking tickets.
They added, "We know that means that when we reopen, we will have to carefully manage the number of visitors.
"And we know the safest way to do this is to use an online pre-booking system. This is new to us and we had to work quickly to implement it."
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Entrance to the gardens and parks was free in March, to allow families to withdraw socially, but they were forced to close quickly after the groups broke the rules.
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