Top walks in London

Whether you're a slow summer stroller or a riverside rambler, we've got a walk just for you in London this summer.

From Richmond to Rainham we've got walks that will have you moseying through meadows, gliding past gardens, our simply pottering through the park.

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Visitors enjoying the garden in summer at Wordsworth House and Garden

Latest visiting update 

Our gardens, parks, cafés, shops, countryside locations and many houses are open. You no longer need to pre-book at many places. Some still require booking ahead, so please check the property webpage before you travel.​

Ham House and Garde, South Terrace in winter

Ham House from Richmond walk

Featuring iconic views, the circular route leads you from the urban bustle of Richmond town centre along the rural riverside walk of the Thames Path.

Visitors in parkland at Osterley Park, London

Cycle the estate at Osterley Park and House

Enjoy a fun walk, or cycle, around the perimeter of Osterley Park. This multi-use trail is ideal for all-weather use and takes you through woods and open land, with hard surface all the way round. Perfect for walkers, pushchairs: wheelchair users and cyclists.

Fenton House and Garden, London. Fenton House was built in 1686 and is filled with world-class decorative and fine art collections. The gardens include an orchard, kitchen garden, rose garden and formal terraces and lawns.

The Hampstead circular - Fenton House to 2 Willow Road

Capture the feeling of a countryside walk, just a few miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

A couple walking down the Avenues at Morden Hall Park

An oasis in suburbia - Morden Hall Park walk

Take an easy stroll through this historic parkland, created by the Hatfeild family in the 19th century, and experience inspiring surroundings. Great for all the family and pushchair friendly too.