Roll up your sleeves for a 17th century spring clean at Ham House this half term. Step into a servants shoes as you muck in to sort vegetables for the cook, tidy and sweep in the scullery, lend a hand to the gardeners, and do the laundry.
Hear tales from seasoned storyteller Olivia Armstrong as Morden Hall Park presents the magic of May. Discover the most magical tree in the Park and why local people would have celebrated the month of May the most.
Head to Rainham Hall this May half term for activities that will have you flexing your artistic flair. Take part in paper marbling and watch as we fire ceramic tiles for the upcoming exhibition on interior designer, art collector and Vogue photographer Anthony Denney.
Spring has sprung and the birds are singing. Welcome the season in at our London gardens, orchards and parks Seek out spring bulbs at Ham House and Garden and branches filled with blossom at Fenton House.
Whether you live in the heart of the city, or next to London’s open spaces – it’s likely you’re already eagerly looking for the very first signs of spring. This year, why not challenge yourself to take a walk and get to know your local green places better?