This Father's Day weekend, 17 and 18 June, treat your dad with a trip to one of our special places. Visit houses full of history or explore the great outdoors, from scented rose gardens to wild woodlands.
Treat Dad to a lovely day out to celebrate Father’s Day at one of our special places in Kent. From fishing at Ightham Mote to woodland walks at Scotney Castle, there's plenty to show him how much you care.
If you’re wondering what to do with Dad on Father’s Day then come along to one of our places on the Isle of Wight. With everything from rockets to rockpools, you’ll be sure to find something different to do together on Sunday 17 June.
The gardens will be looking glorious this Father's Day as they bloom at places like Cliveden and Waddesdon. You can treat yourself or your Dad to a very special traditional, or gentleman's afternoon tea at Waddesdon too.
Shake off the cobwebs with a morning run at Osterley Park followed by a post-race treat in the Stables Café and Brewhouse. Or enjoy a Gentleman's Tea at Rainham Hall to celebrate with the whole family.
From garden rooms at Sissinghurst Castle Garden in Kent, rambling roses at the world-famous rose garden at Mottisfont in Hampshire to the secret garden charms of the garden at Fenton House in Hampstead, London, you're bound to find a blaze of glorious garden colour at your local National Trust garden in the South East.
Gather up your family and friends, pack your favourite summer lunch and seek out the perfect spot to unroll your picnic blanket on a visit to our countryside and gardens in the South East. Follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen’s Emma, who famously picnicked at Box Hill, or set up on top of Devil’s Dyke for glorious views of the rolling South Downs.