Things to see & do

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What's on

You're invited to a packed events calendar this season. Enjoy activities from getting some fresh air with a guided walk around the park to watching an evening theatre performance.


There's so much to do in Morden Hall Park.  In the words of one of our founders, Octavia Hill, 'We all need places to sit in, places to play in, places to stroll in, and places to spend a day in.'

A great day out for groups

What will your group do in the park? © NTPL/Arnhel de Serra

What will your group do in the park?

Whether you’re visiting for a whole day, half a day or just two hours, there’s always something new to for groups to see and do. You can visit by yourselves or take part in one of our many lead activities for old and young alike.

Thursday family activities

Join our wacky duck races this Easter © NTPL/NT/MHP

Join our wacky duck races this Easter

Quacky races Thursday 17 April, 11am - 3pm

Cheer on your plastic duck as it races down the River Wandle.  Ducks are provided.  Races will be run throughout the day with the last race at 3pm. Win or lose you can enjoy some duck themed crafts in the Snuff Mill.

£1.50 per duck

April highlights

Look around the islands to see the heron antics © Chris Glover

Everything in the park is growing and bursting into life. Leaves are unfurling, birds are singing and butterflies and bees return to our meadows.

Look out for:

  • buds like hawthorn burst to revealing their new bright green leaves
  • beautiful red and white horse chestnut flowers emerging before the leaves
  • heron antics as they start their nest building