Slindon Estate

Views across Slindon folly at sunset on the South Downs
Sunset view of Slindon folly National Trust/ Katie Archer
Slindon Estate

Things to see and do

Slindon Estate

What's on

Autumn colours in the ancient woods at Slindon Estate
Autumn leaves at Slindon National Trust/Bob Epsom

Winter events at Slindon 

Join in the wide variety of events at Slindon Estate

Slindon Estate


The flint archway known as ‘The Folly’ on the Slindon Estate, with a dark, moody sky above and a field of wheat below.
The flint archway known as ‘The Folly’ in September National Trust Images/John Miller

Discover our past 

Read up on the history of our estate, prior to and during the war. It has been inhabited since the Bronze Age and as it was handed over to the National Trust, we can still enjoy it today.

Slindon Estate


Slindon Estate

Our work

Slindon Estate

Get involved

Slindon volunteers and dig out an old fence post in a clearing in Park Wood
Slindon volunteers dig out an old fence post in Park Wood Katie Archer

Volunteer with us 

Our team is always looking for new volunteers, so whether you're handy with a shovel, a green-fingered enthusiast, knowledgeable about the local area or just keen to pitch in where needed, do get in touch.

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Venue hire

A National Trust sign inscribed with a green oakleaf symbol marks the entrance to the bothy and campsite
The entrance to the bothy and campsite Katie Archer

Stay at our barn or campsite 

We can offer overnight guests a converted flint barn or camping ground to extend their visit and really make use of the grounds, its geocaches, wildlife and walking opportunities.