Half-term will soon be upon us and there are lots of ways to get kids outdoors and having fun in Kent. Discover the story of the Elf Mound at Ightham Mote, or tackle a trail all about Lady Clementine at Chartwell.
Find out what souvenirs Mrs Greville has sent to the woodland animals of Polesden Lacey in this adventure around the grounds or rediscover the great outdoors this half term with our family friendly trail at Claremont.
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.