View of Morden Hall park with white bridge in background and weir in foreground

From thriving wetlands to sprawling estates, intimate spaces and modernist masterpieces. London has it all, if you know where to look.

Places to visit

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Which places are open and what you need to know before you visit 

We’ve opened more than 100 gardens and parks in England and Northern Ireland through advanced booking. From Monday 6 July, we’re gradually opening gardens and parklands in Wales. Tickets are released on Friday for the following week. More than 200 coast and countryside car parks are open across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. All National Trust houses remain closed for now. Read this article to find out what's open and what to expect from your visit.

Places to visit in London

An ebony cabinet on stand, made in Paris, c. 1640

Treasures of Osterley online exhibition 

Treasures of Osterley: Rise of a Banking Family can also be enjoyed as an online exhibition, featuring stunning new photography and additional in-depth information by our curatorial experts. Get up close to these treasures to learn more about the gleaming porcelain, glossy lacquer and dramatic paintings behind this glittering new exhibition.

To enjoy at home

Trees will be planted in Sayes Court Park

Plant London: Lewisham 

This year in London we will be celebrating our 125th birthday by partnering with Lewisham Council to plant 125 trees and create a new garden in Sayes Court Park, a site with significant historic links to the founding of the National Trust.

Where will you visit today?

Staff and volunteer in the garden at Rainham Hall, Havering, 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.

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