London and the South East

Swans on the river Wey, frosty towpath

Masses of countryside, little gems and grand houses, all across the South East

Places to visit

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Snowdrops at Hughenden, a National Trust property in Buckinghamshire

It's nearly snowdrop time... 

Wrap up warm and enjoy a chilly walk among the snowdrops to kick-start your New Year. From 16,000 new bulbs expected to flower at Mottisfont in Hampshire, to our famous 'Stowedrops' in Buckinghamshire, here are some of the best places to see them.

Misty morning river Wey

Whatever the weather... 

There's nothing like a breath of fresh air in the great outdoors in winter. Find out about our top winter walks, and try some top winter photography tips from Hugh, one of our volunteer photographers.

Panoramic shot of New Forest lowland heath in winter frost with scots pine

Protecting rare New Forest lowland heaths

Our very rare, but wildlife-rich New Forest heaths are not a natural phenomenon. In fact, if we didn’t manage them they’d soon become woodland. Find out how we protect this ancient and wild landscape, in winter.

Child playing in a den at Chartwell, a National Trust property in Kent

Looking for half-term fun? 

We'd love to see you this February half-term at your local National Trust place for some fun family activities. Discover the story of the Elf Mound at Ightham Mote in Kent or have an outdoor adventure with the Orienteering week at Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire.

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