February half-term in London

Find family fun across our parks and places. Follow the trails at 17th century Ham House and Garden, keeping your eyes peeled for the first shoots of their new planting of 500,000 bulbs. Then have a go at designing your own garden creation. Over at Morden Hall Park there are fun craft activities and a bird-themed trail to keep young hands and minds busy. When you have fun with us this February you help look after our places year round.

Children playing in the Cherry Garden at Ham House

Ham House and Garden 

By the banks of the Thames near Richmond sits historic Ham House. Step into its atmospheric 17th century gardens and follow fun family trails through formal gardens, and wild areas. This year brings a new display of 500,000 bulbs, children of all ages can take inspiration before trying their own mini garden design project with prizes to win.

Kids with bird spotting binoculars at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

Morden Hall Park 

Celebrate National Bird Box Week with us this February half term. We've got fun craft activities and a bird-themed trail, plus an adventure playground to explore close to our two cafes.

Children playing in the meadow at Osterley Park and House

Osterley Park and House 

In the final week of the Made for the Table exhibition, we've got a range of family activities to get you and the little ones out of the house including crafts, cycling, gardening club and our nature play areas.