Halloween will be in full swing at our special places in Surrey this October half-term with the ghost dogs of Polesden Lacey, pumpkin carving at Hatchlands Park and new trails at Claremont Landscape Garden.
See Surrey in a new light and make the most of the autumn colour. Our downloadable walks are easy to follow with step-by-step directions starting from Polesden Lacey, Hindhead Commons and Winkworth Arboretum. Every step you take helps us care for these special places for years to come.
Brand new for 2018, embark an atmospheric journey, deep into the most fire-damaged spaces at the heart of Clandon Park. Discover what you can see and do, and why your feedback is vital to making the right decisions for Clandon's future.
Stuck for something to do outdoors with the family this autumn? Look no further. With a fantastic children’s adventure area and loads of space to run around in, Hatchlands is the perfect spot to enjoy some seasonal colour.
At Hatchlands we're celebrating the life and achievements of Frances Boscawen, the first lady of the house. See exhibition displays and take part in events and cinema screenings at the home of this pioneering woman.
See inside Writ in Water, a major new architectural artwork by Turner-prize winning artist Mark Wallinger, in collaboration with Studio Octopi. It celebrates the enduring legacy of Magna Carta, offering a space to reflect on the founding principles of democracy at Runnymede.
Open from 16 June, free entry.
Those hints of autumn bring out the sense of adventure in us all. Try something new this season with a visit to some of Surrey's best kept secrets: Leith Hill Place, Shalford Mill, The Homewood and Oakhurst Cottage.
There are lots of National Trust supporter groups in Surrey - come along and make more of your membership on trips to National Trust places, meet like minded people and raise money for your local places like Polesden Lacey and Leith Hill Place.