Enjoy mischievous activities in a Country Capers half-term trail at Mottisfont, seek out spring nature at Uppark and Hinton Ampner, or at the Vyne join in with outdoor activities or retreat inside for a pesky bug trail.
Half-term will soon be upon us and there are lots of ways to get kids outdoors and having fun in Kent. Discover the outdoor play areas at Emmetts, Ightham Mote and Chartwell or there's plenty of fun to be had in a workshop at Scotney or Knole.
Follow the winter trail in the garden at Bateman's, tick off your 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ at Sissinghurst Castle Garden or hunt around Bodiam Castle for precious gem markers this half-term in East Sussex.
There is plenty of half-term fun to be had in London. Find the key to unlock secrets at Ham House and Garden then make a miniature Kitchen Garden at Morden Hall Park. Head for the outdoors and tackle cycle trails on two wheels at Osterley Park and House or get crafty at Rainham Hall.
Have an outdoor adventure whatever the weather in Buckinghamshire this half term. We've got plenty of space to play in natural play areas, trails to follow and winter walks to enjoy through fields, woodland and snowdrop lined paths.
Escape the high street, burn off some festive calories, and enjoy views of the South Downs, the woods of the Surrey Hills or many of the parks and gardens we look after. Afterwards, warm up with something hot.
Dig deep into Britain's secretive wartime history at the White Cliffs, help us tell the story of author Rudyard Kipling at Bateman's or learn charcoal-making as a member of the countryside team at Mottisfont.
Wrap up warm and enjoy a chilly walk among the snowdrops to kick-start your New Year. From 16,000 new bulbs expected to flower at Mottisfont in Hampshire, to our famous 'Stowedrops' in Buckinghamshire, here are some of the best places to see them.