14 January - 23 April 2017. This major exhibition explores the talents of the extraordinary artist, Rex Whistler, at the home of his last great artwork. Over seventy items are on display, from large oil paintings to sketchbooks, letters and personal items.
We're getting the holidays off to a great start this February. New family trails are packed with clues to solve and activities to try. Make your own mark on The Vyne's huge roof and pick up yummy baking ideas at the Mill.
‘New Year, new you’ doesn’t have to mean a gym membership. Make exercise enjoyable and set yourself a walking challenge instead. We’ve got over 10 downloadable routes in Hampshire alone, across some of the county’s most beautiful landscapes.
Instead of giving something up for your New Year’s resolution, why not take up something new that makes you happy? We have some wonderful volunteering opportunities around Hampshire, offering friendship, adventure and the chance to learn something new.
Over winter, our New Forest team are at their busiest, managing the gorse and heather on our commons. By encouraging growth, they can ensure bushy and productive plants that benefit rare heathland wildlife and wildflowers.
We're planting 26 hectares - that’s 22,000 trees - of native broad-leafed woodland in Foxbury, in the heart of the New Forest. This is our biggest heathland restoration project in England, and the trees will support thousands of wildlife species.
We look after 1600 acres of Hampshire countryside, including Stockbridge Down, an area which is hugely beneficial to local wildlife. Find out what we'll be doing over winter to help manage this special landscape.
If you like to plan your family fun well in advance, take a look at some of the colourful Easter activities we've got lined up this April. Highlights include our Cadbury Egg Hunts, taking kids on an adventure through Hampshire gardens and countryside, leading to a chocolatey prize.
Dating back well over a thousand years City Mill has weathered the course of time. However, following recent flood damage, Winchester is at risk of losing one of its most historic properties. We need to raise £125,000 to carry out essential repairs or the Mill may have to close. This target is something that we can only achieve with your generous support.
Help your local National Trust places in Hampshire like Mottisfont, The Vyne or Winchester City Mill by joining your local supporter group. Some are more volunteering focused, and others enjoy social outings together like trips and tours, or lectures.