From merry meanders through Morden Hall Park to rambles by the river at Ham House and Garden, all our winter walks in London are bursting with festive charm. So muster up your family and friends, grab a hat and scarf and head off to embrace the outdoors.
Whether you are seeking out snowdrops or watching for winter birds our places and spaces in London offer an array of winter wonders. See colour bursting through in the Winter Garden at Osterley and hear how look after our gardens throughout the frosts.
Get planting in the paddock at Morden Hall Park this half-term and create your own portable kitchen and mini-greenhouse gardens. Our Urban Ranger team will be on hand, providinf tips on how to tend for your new tiny gardens.
Our places and spaces across London have half-term fun for all the family this February. Choose to unlock the secrets of a 17th century mansion in Richmond or make a miniature kitchen garden in the urban oasis of Morden Hall Park.
A child who has run around in the fresh air is so much nicer to be around. And if it’s in a beautiful place then we’re happy too. But persuading a child away from a screen in a cosy room into the cold outdoors for a walk can be tricky. Here are a few tips
Every year runners across the country get to vote in The Running Awards. They vote on everything from shoes, nutrition, race events and more. This year Osterley's bi-annual 10k event is in the running to win the award for Best 10k in the country.
The costumes created on the popular BBC Four programme a Stitch in Time come to Ham House this Spring. From 10 Feb all 6 costumes will be on display and visitors can see the intricate work of costumier Ninya Mikhaila and her team up close.
Many of you have already enjoyed visiting our Partner attractions in London and getting 50 per cent member discount on entry. The scheme has been so popular that it has now expanded to include twelve independent heritage attractions in London.
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.
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.
We'd love to see you this February half-term at your local National Trust place for some fun family activities. Discover the story of the Elf Mound at Ightham Mote in Kent or have an outdoor adventure with the Orienteering week at Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire.