Many gardens, parks, coast and countryside sites in the South East remain open for local people to exercise. Please book your visit in advance using the website, and follow government guidance and tier restrictions.
In the South East, houses and other indoor areas are closed. Some cafes remain open to offer takeaway refreshments. Check property opening times and facilities online before visiting us for a local walk.
A winter walk is great for clearing the head. Why not enjoy the views on the Greys Court estate, the woods at Ashdown or the countryside around White Horse Hill? There are lots of places to unwind on a winter walk around Oxfordshire.
It can be hard to get kids out of the door to go on the same old walks. Here are some great, kid-friendly walks in and around Oxfordshire with step-by-step directions so there's no danger of getting lost.
A child who has run around in the fresh air is so much nicer to be around. And if it’s in a beautiful place then we’re happy too. But persuading a child away from a screen in a cosy room into the cold outdoors for a walk can be tricky. Here are a few tips that will hopefully lead to happy outdoor children.
There are loads of friendly National Trust supporter groups in the Thames Valley. They help support our places like Stowe, Hughenden and Greys Court by volunteering and fundraising. They also get together for fun days out, holidays and lectures.