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Notice: We are embarking on a small project to make simple, aesthetic changes to the stable yard to improve it for our visitors. You will notice that we start to close off areas as we work to get everything working and give it all a lick of paint. Please give us a ring if there was a specific part that you wanted to visit to check that its open.

A park at the heart of the community

Morden Hall Park is green oasis in the city, giving you a taste of a country estate with a glimpse of its agricultural and industrial history.

This tranquil former deer park is one of the few remaining estates that used to line the River Wandle during its industrial heyday.

The river meanders through the park creating a haven for wildlife. The snuff mills, which generated the park's income in the past, survive to this day. We've renovated the western mill, and it's now used as a learning centre.

A much-loved rural idyll, the park lies in a built-up area, and some of the surviving estate buildings are used as workshops by local craftspeople and artisans.  The renovated Stable Yard is the heart of the park with a café, second-hand bookshop and a living green centre with exhibitions.

A place to discover

When you step through the gates, you'd be forgiven for imagining yourself to be in the middle of the English countryside. Surrounded by meadows, trees and the gentle sounds of birdsong and running water, the park offers a rare sense of discovery and a chance to get away from it all.

Your park

"I love this place.  It's somewhere beautiful on the edge of London.  It feels like its my park"  Fred Madden.  Share your love of your park with us.

Cadbury Easter Egg Trail

Become an eggsplorer this Easter at Morden Hall Park © Cadbury

Become an eggsplorer this Easter at Morden Hall Park

Friday 3 - Monday 6 April, 11am - 4pm

Become an 'eggsplorer' this bank holiday weekend and discover the estate on our wildlife themed trail. Once you've spotted everything, come back and claim your delicious Cadbury egghead prize and play some giant games.

£4 per trail

National Trust's first garden centre

Shop for unique, peat free plants free in our new garden centre © Paul Harris

Shop for unique, peat free plants free in our new garden centre

Opening at the end of March

We're so excited that it's nearly time to open the doors to your brand new garden centre - a first for the National Trust. We've been really busy laying new floors, building new fixtures and working with suppliers to bring you a whole range of new and exciting products, including many from local businesses.

Family activities in Morden

Children playing in a lake with fishing nets © Paul Harris

Children playing in a lake with fishing nets

From little ones to older children and practical kids to creative ones, there is something for everyone in the park. Join in with a range of fun, family activities inspired by our park.

Useful information

  • Map of Morden Hall Park

    Download our map of Morden Hall Park to make the most of your visit (PDF)

  • What's on

    We have a very exciting programme of events for 2015. Take a look at our online leaflet here.

  • Walking your dog

    Dogs are very welcome. Please keep them on leads around the buildings and pick up after them.

  • Get in touch

    Have you visited us recently? Tell us all about it, share your stories and photos on facebook.

Guided tours and walks

Get outdoors and explore the estate on one of our guided tours. Discover the links to Lord Nelson in the local area or find out more about our fascinating history.

Little Explorers

We now run morning and afternoon sessions for our very popular under-fives activities on Mondays. Get creative, sing songs and meet our friendly puppets. Numbers are limited so it is first come first served.

Free for all

We're open 365 days a year and have no entrance fee. Gilliat Edward Hatfeild donated his estate to us stating that 'a fee shall not be charged so that my Morden estate shall be open to the public.'

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