50 things to do at Wallington
Tick off some of the top adventures on our 50 things list on your day out at Wallington.
No. 1 Climb a tree
We've got the perfect tree for climbing, with lots of low branches to get you started.
No. 4 Build a den
The adventure playground has got lots of twigs and branches that make ideal den building materials.
No. 5 Skim a stone
Head out on the river walk and try your hand at skimming stones from the bank but be careful not to get wet feet.
No. 6 Run around in the rain
Put on your wellies and have fun splashing through the puddles then shelter under the huge trees and listen to the patter of rain.
No. 7 Fly a kite
On a windy day, the grassy courtyard is a great place to fly your kite.
No. 12 Make a trail with sticks
Have a go at making a trail with sticks for other visitors to follow.
No. 13 Make a mud pie
Find some mud and get making - use stones and leaves to decorate.
No. 16 Make a daisy chain
Have a go at making a daisy chain bracelet or necklace to wear.
No. 17 Set up a snail race
Look out for our snail racing board to put your snail to the test.
No. 18 Create some wild art
Collect leaves, stones, twigs and anything else you can find on the forest floor and create a masterpiece.
No. 19 Play pooh sticks
Play pooh sticks when you cross the bridge on the river walk or see which stick will make it under the boardwalks first in the West Wood.
No. 22 Explore inside a tree
Trees make great homes for animals and good places to hide - take a look inside one and see if anyone is at home.
No. 24 Go on a walk barefoot
Kick off your shoes and stroll across the lawn to feel the grass between your toes.
No. 25 Make a grass trumpet
There's plenty of grass around and they make a great sound.
No. 31 Hunt for bugs
If you look carefully you can find all sorts of mini beasts living amongst the leaves and under rocks in the woods.
No. 34 Track wild animals
Wallington is home to many animals so keep your eyes peeled for footprints in the woods.
No. 36 Make a home for a wild animal
Why not make a mouse house, hedgehog home or bug hotel out of natural materials in the wood?
No. 40 Go on a nature walk at night
Wallington is home to all sorts of animals from bats and badgers to birds and deer who are often out and about late at night or very early in the morning. Don't miss our special bat walk on 30 August.
No. 41 Plant it, grow it, eat it
Join our gardeners to become a budding gardener yourself and learn how to plant and grow plants and herbs. Check out our events for dates and details.
No. 44 Go bird watching
Visit our family friendly wildlife hide and see what birds you can see.
No. 45 Find your way with a map and compass
Use a map and compass to explore the miles of walks on the Wallington estate.
No. 47 Cook on a campfire
Join our Rangers on 15 August and learn to light a fire without matches and and toast a marshmallow on the campfire.