Autumn walks in London

Walk among the autumn colour at our places in London on a series of downloadable walks with step-by-step instructions. Meander in Morden Hall Park, where the lime tree lined avenues glow in hues of orange and red. Then head to Ham House via Richmond and track down burnished tones as you walk along the Thames. Every time you walk to our places, you help us look after them.

An autumnal scene showing the wooden footbridge across the River Wandle in Morden Hall Park, London.

Morden Hall Park 

Watch as the light glimmers off golden leaves during an autumn walk at Morden Hall Park. The park's iron bridges offer somewhere to stop and savour the seasonal sights before tucking into something warm in the Potting Shed Café.

The garden in October at Ham House and Garden, near Richmond, London

Richmond to Ham House and Garden 

Escape the hustle and bustle of Richmond and witness the aura of autumn on a riverside stroll to Ham House and Garden. Encounter a view protected by an act of parliament as you parade along the Thames Path before unearthing burnished tones and a bountiful harvest in Ham's historic gardens.

A tree lined path at Fenton House and Garden, Hampstead, London.

The Hampstead Circular 

See September sizzle on a seasonal stroll that takes in two National Trust places. Step into the walled garden of Fenton House where an abundant harvest sits alongside heritage apple trees before heading across Hampstead Heath to Ernö Goldfinger’s modernist home.

Autumn mist at Rainham Hall

Rainham Hall 

Embrace autumn and find some fresh air on a walk to Rainham Hall, through Hornchurch Country Park and the Ingrebourne River Valley.