The avenue of trees with mist and sunshine

Finding new ways for Londoners to enjoy the capital’s special places

Spring flowers in the orchard at Fenton House

Spring gardens and parks to visit in London 

Spring is here and the birds are singing. Come and welcome in the season at our London gardens, orchards and countryside. Seek out spring bulbs and blossom at Fenton House, Red House, Ham House and Garden, Osterley Park and Morden Hall Park.

Half term fun at Nymans

May half-term in London 

Spend the May half-term with us, with fun events at some incredible places: from storytelling at Ham House and Garden to big builds and butterflies in the Breaker's Yard at Sutton House.

Daffodils on sale in Garden Centre

Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

We’re delighted to run the first ever garden centre in the National Trust at Morden. Come and stock up on plants, flowers, garden supplies, friendly advice and knowledge to make all your gardening dreams come true this year.

Where will you visit today?

Gardening at Fenton House and Garden, London.

Supporter groups in London 

Make more of your membership by joining your local supporter group in London for talks, tours, and social and fundraising events.

The house and upper pond at Petworth in West Sussex

Clumps & Concrete: 300 years of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown talk in London 

The World Monuments Fund is hosting an event with Dr. Oliver Cox to celebrate 'Capability' Brown in London this April at the Royal Geographical Society, exploring how is name has become embedded in popular culture, his work at places like Stowe and Petworth, and how we can draw on his work in the future. National Trust members can enjoy a reduced entry fee.

Big camp at night with a family camp fire.

The Big Camp in London 

For one night only on Saturday 16 July 2016 come and camp out at one of our special places in London. Take your pick from a beautiful riverside country park or outside a historic mansion.

Philip Webb's Paint Box at Red House, Bexleyheath

Philip Webb's office opening at Red House

Join us from April 17 to see a never before opened room at Red House. Originally a waiting room, we now see it as the architect Philip Webb’s office as he works with the Morris’s to build Red House.