Discover how we transformed a former breaker’s yard in Hackney from a contaminated scrubland to an urban oasis. With features including a two-storey caravan-come-stately home and a greenhouse that was previously a bus, it’s a National Trust garden with a difference.
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.
Tackle a trail and chase a tail this May half-term as you try to track down Dilys the dog from her paw prints at Ham House and Garden. Or assemble a gardening kit and become Head Gardener for the day at Morden Hall Park.
Morden Hall Park is home to the National Trust's first ever Garden Centre. The friendly team found here are always on-hand to answer your gardening questions and offer expert advise on the right product for your needs.
This Father’s Day, 18 June, we invite you to treat your Dad to a day out in London he will love. There's plenty on offer from beer tasting at Ham House and Garden to an active adventure at Osterley Park and House
This June, as part of Croydon Heritage Festival, National Trust London is reviving Edge City: Croydon for one day. Once again we will be running tours around some of Croydon’s most iconic buildings and the surrounding ‘new town’ area.
As part of the 2017 London Festival of Architecture we will be recreating two of London’s most historic bus routes, numbers 2 and 19. Join architectural historians Joe Kerr and James Hulme aboard our restored Routemaster bus as we discuss what effect these venerable old routes have had on the built environment of our city.
From April 6 Petersham Meadows welcomes its summer residents; a herd of 18 Belted Galloway cattle provided by Surrey Wildlife Trust. The Ham House garden team, who look after the Meadow, encourage visitors to come and see the cattle and enjoy this historic river meadow.
Find out how William Morris's fascination with all things medieval would shaped the design of Red House as part of a yearlong programme of talks and tours. See how inspiration was taken from medieval cathedrals of France and Tudor manor houses to enable Morris to create his very own Camelot in Bexleyheath.
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.
Shake off those winter blues and lift your spirits in a fresh spring garden or the wild countryside. From beds of colourful tulips to buds of delicate blossom, our gardens are finally waking up. We've selected some of the very best places for you to enjoy the delights of spring including the Surrey Hills, Polesden Lacey and Winkworth Arboretum.