The Garden House, built in 1780 by Robert Adam, in the Pleasure Grounds at Osterley

Finding new ways for Londoners to enjoy the capital’s special places

Places to visit

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Mother and young daughter walking barefoot on a lawn

Summer adventures for families in London 

Flinging off your shoes in a triumphant arc, feeling the cool grass beneath your toes and trying not to think about beetles and slugs. Such simple pleasures are among the activities you can get stuck into at our places in London this summer, along with fun and games with Jaques at Ham House and Garden, wild play area at Morden Hall Park and stories from beneath the floorboards at Sutton House and Breaker's Yard. Keep the whole family on a triumphant arc this summer.

What will you discover in London this summer?

Portuguese embassy entrance hall

Experience European embassies with the National Trust 

Explore cultural links with Europe this September as the National Trust embarks on London embassy tours.

Plant displays at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

Morden Hall Park Garden Centre 

We’re delighted to run the first ever garden centre in the National Trust at Morden. Come and stock up on plants, flowers, garden supplies, friendly advice and knowledge to make all your gardening dreams come true this year.

Where will you visit today?

News from London

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.