Now is the perfect time to get outdoors and spot signs of our gardens and countryside bursting into life. Here are our top walks all around the county to try this spring from Box Hill to the River Wey, Hatchlands Park to Leith Hill.
Sharing our progress since the fire has been really important to us. This year we’ve been able to go further and have extended the walkway originally built in 2016, further into the house. Get all the info you need about this year's house opening and book your tickets now.
Shake off those winter blues and lift your spirits in a fresh spring garden or the wild countryside. From beds of colourful tulips to buds of delicate blossom, our gardens are finally waking up. We've selected some of the very best places for you to enjoy the delights of spring including the Surrey Hills, Polesden Lacey and Winkworth Arboretum.
Dating back to the nineteenth century, the decorative iron railings around the Camellia Terrace are the last tangible mark left by Claremont's royal couple, Charlotte and Leopold. In 2017, we're beginning a project to restore the railings to their former glory.
We've got top spots for cycling, tranquil waterways and plenty of hills to climb across Surrey. Whether you want to picnic lazily or walk for hours, you're sure to find something to enjoy in the countryside we look after in Surrey.
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.