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A green oasis in the heart of suburbia
A green oasis giving you a taste of a country estate with a glimpse of agricultural and industrial history.
This tranquil former deer park is one of the few remaining estates that lined the River Wandle during its industrial heyday.
The river meanders through the park creating a haven for wildlife while the snuff mills, which generated the park's fortunes, still survive - with the western mill having been renovated into 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.
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.
Make your home more energy efficient
We are teaming up with The Power Centre, Carshalton College to deliver a Renewable Energy Awareness training day. The day will provide an overview of a range of environmental technologies, information about the Green Deal and how consumers can save money on energy bills, using energy efficiency measures, without upfront costs.
We have a new date for this training which is Saturday 29 June at 10am until 3pm. Reserve your space now.
Free for all
Morden Hall Park is open 365 days a year and has 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.' We're now a much loved destination for local people, aiming to be a park at the heart of the community.
50 things to do before you're 11¾
There's an outdoor adventure around the next tree, hedge or river at Morden Hall Park. Our list of 50 things to do before you’re 11¾ will set you on your adventure. Build a den in our natural play area, fly a kite in the meadows or play pooh sticks off the white bridge. Just ask one of the team in the second-hand bookshop for help and ideas.
Inspire your class with a visit to Morden Hall Park. Book a led or self-led visit for foundation and key stages 1 to 3 and learn about science, history or geography to support your classroom learning. We are now taking bookings for self-led visits to the park during the summer term or led visits for the autumn term (Led visits for the summer term are now fully booked).
Download our map of Morden Hall Park to make the most of your visit (PDF)
Have a look at our leaflet to find out what is going on in the park this year
Dogs are welcome but please keep them on leads around the estate buildings and pick up after them...