Things to see & do

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Volunteering

Springhill volunteers in the allotments

At this time of year there are lots of different opportunities to volunteer at Springhill. Whether you are interested in conservation or helping with events, we'll find something to suit your skills.

For further information please email Harry Patterson

Costume collection

See the stunning items on display at this year’s exhibition

Masters of Springhill - On display you will be able to see some of the actual costumes different family members wore, including frockcoats dating back to 1775, as well as sumptuous dresses and stunning accessories.

 

Walkies

Why not bring along your pooch for some outdoor fun

Dogs are welcome at Springhill, but must be kept on a lead at all times. We’ve got fantastic walks and trails that you can both enjoy throughout the summer months.

Family fun

  • Pretty plantation home and gardens © Bernie Brown

    Free open day

    Visit Springhill on Saturday 13 September for FREE.

  • Unleash the bookwork in you and delve into our huge selection © Joanna Cranwell

    Book shop

    Stock up on your autumn and winter reads.

  • Dream of chocolate? Why not have a slice of this cake? © NT/Morden Hall Park

    Yummy treats

    Enjoy some tasty treats in visitor reception or in the tea-room.

  • Eileen’s letter written on board the Titanic, on display at Springhill © National Trust / Bernie Brown

    Titanic exhibition

    Try on edwardian clothing, have fun with toys and write on slates with chalk.

New natural play trail

Get ready to start exploring in the new natural play trail

Get ready to start exploring in the new natural play trail

Take an adventure through the woodlands at Springhill to uncovering clearings as you go, full of natural climbing frames. There are rope swings and dens, mud pie pits and snail racing courses, mystical creatures and thrones to capture imaginations. Encouraging children of all ages to discover the woodland, throughout all the seasons, creating their own stories and games as they play.

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