Garden retreats, thriving wetlands, historic homes, parks for play: London has it all if you know where to look.

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Open fire with Christmas trees and gifts at Sutton House, Hackney

Christmas in London 

It wouldn't be Christmas without visiting a hidden London gem to see traditional festive decorations, meet Father Christmas, sing carols or go on a wintery walk. Explore enchanted grottos or try your hand at Christmas crafts. Experience the festive cheer at our places across the capital from Richmond to Rainham, and when you come to see the Christmas sparkle you keep our places shining.

‘Bread Basket’, 2016, by Nan Nan Liu. Collection: The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths

Made for the Table exhibition 

Join us for a rare opportunity to admire Osterley’s silver, complemented by an exquisite selection of antique and contemporary silverware presented by the Goldsmith’s Company.

The north façade of Red House with its distinctive high gables, the house was called ‘The Towers of Topsy’, topsy a nickname of William Morris.

Last chance to see 'Muse to Maker' at Red House 

Running until 16 December, the Muse to Maker exhibition celebrates the contribution of the female members of the Pre-Raphaelite circle in the iconic home where the Arts and Craft movement began. With items on loan from the William Morris Gallery.

Supporter stories from London

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Gardening at Fenton House and Garden, London.

Supporter groups in London 

Make more of your membership by joining your local supporter group in London for talks, tours, and social and fundraising events.