Things to see & do
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- Beautiful colours of autumn leaves
- The natural play area near the white bridge
- Views of the park from the white bridge across the River Wandle
- The unusual rose garden beside Morden Cottage
- Monthly exhibitions in our stable yard
- The sound of the rushing water under the restored waterwheel
- Playing imaginary games on the story boat
We are excited to announce that we are starting a new Monday afternoon session for our popular under-fives activities. Enjoy exploring outdoors as well as 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 Autumn
We know that sadly the summer has gone but it doesn’t stop you getting outdoors and having fun together. Nature misses you, so this Autumn try some seasonal 50 things to do before you are 11 ¾. Create some wild art, catch a falling leaf or find that tough conker that will win you the battle.
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 great imagination, discover our storyboat or maybe it’s a pirate ship or a even 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.
A great day out for groups
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.
Explore the park on three wheels
Have fun and get fit while exploring Morden Hall Park. Bring your own bike or for even more adventure visit the cycle hire centre behind the Stable Yard where you can hire recumbent bikes.
It’s now starting to get really cold. Autumn colours are the best at the beginning of the month but by the end the trees will be bare.
Look out for:
- Amazing tree outlines against the sky which have been hidden by summer foliage
- Bursts of song from robins and great tits, singing to defend their territory
- Grey squirrels burying nuts ready for the winter