Dog Walking in London

This winter, you’ll find even more places are perfect to explore with your pooch in and around London. Explore the twists and turns of the 17th century formal gardens at Ham House and Garden where dogs are now welcomed all year round, or take to the trails through the parkland and wooded areas of Osterley Park and House to view historic vistas first created by architect and designer Robert Adam. There are some fantastic locations and landscapes for you and your dog to wander through together.

Welcome back sign in field

Bringing your dog

This article was created before the coronavirus crisis, and may not reflect the current situation. Some places may temporarily have different restrictions for dogs in place to maintain social distancing. Please make sure you check web pages for individual places before you travel for booking details and the most up to date information about visiting

Dogs on a walk at a National Trust property

Walking the dog at Ham House and Garden

Dogs and their well-behaved owners are welcome all year round in the Garden. Find out all you need to know about visiting with your dog here.

Two women walking dogs in front of the temple at Osterley

Winter Walkies at Osterley Park and House

This year you’ll be able to enjoy the formal gardens with your four-legged friends. Come down to the garden kiosk, pick up one of our leads and explore the wintery landscape. There’s always something beautiful to see, and this time of year is the best time to visit our winter garden, with its rare plants. Or work off some energy with a stroll around the mile-long Long Walk, with beautiful views of the rear of the house.

Man walking dog in winter at Morden Hall Park. Low sun and bare branches.

Winter Walkies at Morden Hall Park 

Looking for a friendly place to bring Fido? Come along to Morden Hall Park where we’ve got 120 acres of beautiful parkland for you and your pup to explore.