Morden Hall Park

Important notice -

Morden Hall Park is open (no booking required). Garden Centre, Café (takeaway only) and limited toilets open daily 10am-4pm. Play area closed until further notice. Car park (limited spaces) locked shortly after 4pm.

A park at the heart of the community

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Things to see and do

View down the avenues across the white bridge in the autumn

Autumn at Morden Hall Park

Autumn arrives at Morden Hall Park and brings with it new beauty to discover.

See swathes of seasonal colour or enjoy a relaxing stroll as the mists hang over the river. While some birds start to leave for the winter others are taking centre stage, like the fieldfares you'll see flittering around in the woodland on your way to pick up a hot cuppa at the Potting Shed Café.

A child and two adults playing with autumn leaves

Autumn family fun: a Tree-mendous trail 

Reconnect with nature and set off on a family adventure at Morden Hall Park this autumn. Every day in October and November, 10.00am - 4.00pm. £2 per trail. Pick up your trail from Stable Yard Cafe

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Eating and shopping

A winter display at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

The Garden Centre 

Morden Hall Park is home to the National Trust's first ever Garden Centre. Our friendly and expert team can help you with your gardening questions, and advise on the right product for your needs.

Woman holding takeaway hot drink

Feeling peckish?

Our Potting Shed Café is open and serving a limited range of hot and cold drinks, and light snacks to takeaway. We’ve introduced new safety measures including, screens at our till and collection points, and waymarked routes. We’ll also only be accepting card payment. We look forward to welcoming you back and know that you’ll support us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

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Our work

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Archive photo of gardeners in Morden Hall Park's Rose Garden

The rose garden at Morden Hall Park  

For almost a hundred years the rose garden at Morden Hall Park has delighted summer visitors with a profusion of colour. Gilliat Hatfeild's garden is now gradually being restored to something closer to its 1920s appearance.