Spring has sprung and the birds are singing. Welcome in the season at our London gardens, orchards and parks. Seek out spring bulbs and blossom at Fenton House or Red House, heritage tulips at Ham House and Garden and carpets of bluebells at Osterley Park
See nature wake up on a walk around our places and spaces in London. The sights you see are sure to put a spring in your step as you make your way to Ham House and Garden or around the estate at Osterley Park.
Make the most of the May half-term at our places and spaces in London. Seek out Ham-grown produce at Ham House and Garden or tree trails Rainham Hall. Become Robert Adam's apprentice at Osterley Park and House or prepare for a Bio-blitz at Morden Hall Park.
From 9 May, London College of Fashion, UAL, presents Footnotes, an exhibition of artist responses to the College’s historic shoe archive hosted throughout Sutton House. The exhibition reveals objects from London College of Fashion, UAL’s eclectic archive including 1930s orthopaedic footwear, silk slippers from the 1800s and even a shoe made for a sheep.
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.
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.