Take in sun-dappled bluebell woods and crystal-clear chalk streams. Hedges full of frothy hawthorn blossom and heaths alive with bird song. Spring has arrived in Hampshire and our walking trails will introduce you to beautiful sights and sounds.
Take the Long Walk and see wild flowers blooming in the Great Meadow at Osterley Park and Garden or enjoy the walk from Richmond station to Ham House taking in views of beautiful urban greens along the way.
After months of grey skies, vibrant bursts of yellow daffodils will soon be decorating our gardens and parks throughout March and April. From the glorious golden gardens of Mottisfont in Hampshire to the army of 15,000 bulbs at Chartwell in Kent, these first signs of the new season are very welcome. We've picked the top places across the South East for you to enjoy their warming glow.
This Easter enjoy an outdoor adventure. Find a Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at many places over the whole holidays. Plus there's plenty more activities from crafts to garden trails and chances to go wild in natural play areas and woodland across the south east.
You don’t have to travel far to find bluebells in spring. From Emmetts Garden in Kent where the hillside is swathed in blue, to the ancient woodlands of Hinton Ampner, these are some of our top spots for bluebells in London and the South East.