Things to see & do
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- Seeing the sun come up over the bare winter trees
- Views of the park from the white bridge across the River Wandle
- The natural play area near the white bridge
- The unusual rose garden beside Morden Cottage
- Monthly exhibitions in our stable yard
- The sound of the rushing water under the restored waterwheel
- Playing 'eels out' round the story boat
We are excited to announce that we now have sessions in the morning and afternoon on Mondays for our popular under-fives sessions. Enjoy simple themed crafts, stories and songs. Numbers are limited to please arrive early so you are not disappointed.
- Mondays during term time
- 10am-11.15am and 1pm-2.15pm
- £1 per child
50 things to do in spring
Whatever the weather this spring time, get outdoors and enjoy some wild time. You can tick off lots of the 50 things adventures, from climbing a tree and hunting for bugs to playing pooh sticks on our white bridge. Why not book onto one of our Ranger Club activities, where you'll build dens and learn how to make a campfire.
So many great places to play outdoors
Take the zip wire challenge, balance on a log or build a den in our natural play area. If you’ve got great imagination, discover our storyboat or pretend it’s a pirate ship or cruise liner on a round the world trip. For the little ones, there’s lots of hands-on play with activity boards outside the café.
Fields Unsown audio trail
Discover the fascinating story of Morden Hall as an auxiliary hospital during the First World War. Starting off in the stable yard, the route will take you towards Morden Hall and on into the hayfields, returning through our famous, historic rose garden.
A great day out for groups
Whether you're visiting for the whole day or just a couple of hours, there's always something for groups to explore. Visit independently or take part in one of our many led activities.
You can discover the history of our estate by booking onto one of our tours or get hands on with conservation work as part of our employee volunteering programme.