Easter at Morden Hall Park

Children running across a meadow

There's so much to do at Morden Hall Park this Easter. Join our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt, race a Morden Hall Park rubber duck down the river in Quacky Races, or pick up a trail and some duck food at our visitor welcome space.

 

Outdoor adventures

Easter holidays are the perfect time to get outside and enjoy what Morden Hall Park has to offer. Head to the natural play area and experience our zip wire, bucket swing and stepping stones, or pick up a '50 things to do before you're 11 and ¾' booklet and start your outdoor adventures.

We've got the best bridge for playing pooh sticks (No. 19) in the area and our wetland boardwalk is ideal for bird watching (No. 44).

Relax and take a break

Shelter from the weather or unwind after a day spent running about in the park with some handmade food at one of our cafes and a leisurely browse in Morden Hall Park Garden Centre. If you're bringing your four-legged friend, make the most of our dog-friendly indoor Stableyard Cafe. Every penny you spend in the Cafes and Garden Centre helps us to care for this special place.

Good to know

There are toilets and baby changing facilities in the Stableyard, the Snuff Mill, the Potting Shed Cafe and the garden centre. There are wheelchair accessible toilets in the Potting Shed Cafe and wheelchairs are available to borrow from the garden centre.

Getting here

Easter is an exceptionally busy time at Morden Hall Park. Our car park fills up very quickly. Please consider using alternative forms of transport to get here.

Find out about other ways to get to Morden Hall Park