Downloadable walks near 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, or 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.

Visitors enjoying the garden in summer at Wordsworth House and Garden

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Our gardens, parks, cafés, shops, countryside locations and many houses are open. You no longer need to pre-book at many places. Some still require booking ahead, so please check the property webpage before you travel.​

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

Ham House from Richmond walk

Featuring iconic views, the circular route leads you from the urban bustle of Richmond town centre along the rural riverside walk of the Thames Path.

The cast iron bridge over the River Wandle in Morden Hall Park, London

An oasis in suburbia - Morden Hall Park walk

Take an easy stroll through this historic parkland, created by the Hatfeild family in the 19th century, and experience inspiring surroundings. Great for all the family and pushchair friendly too.

Runnymede Magna Carta Memorial

Egham to Runnymede countryside circular walk

Wander through ancient woodlands, secretive wetlands and wildflower meadows that are home to the birthplace of the Magna Carta.

The Heathland at Simons Wood, Finchampstead Ridges, Surrey

Simon's Wood centenary walk at Finchampstead Ridges

Explore Simon's Wood wet woodland and lowland heath habitats, providing an increasingly rare habitat for many birds and invertebrates. An easy level walk great for little legs.

View over Petersham Meadow from Richmond Hill

Richmond Station to Ham House historic scenic walk

Leave the car at home and instead enjoy the walk from the station to Ham House taking in some of the most beautiful urban greens in England along the way.