May half-term at Morden Hall Park
While away a delightful May morning as our storyteller weaves her spell around you, bringing the park to life with seasonal folktales, and take part in drop-in craft workshops with our artist-in-residence.
Marvellous May-time myths
Lose yourselves in magical folktales with storyteller Olivia Armstrong. Explore May time customs that connect with the flora and fauna you see around you at Morden Hall Park. Which is the most magical tree in the Park and what local people would have celebrated the month of May the most?
Olivia has been a professional storyteller for over twelve years with an extensive repertoire of traditional folktales. She works regularly with many of the major names in the cultural sector – such as Windsor Castle, the Royal Academy, the National Gallery, the British Museum, the Royal Albert Hall, the British Library and Buckingham Palace.
Marvellous May-time myths runs Wednesday 29 to Friday 31 May, bookable 45-minute slots are available 10am to 12pm. Adults £2.50, Children £5.
Drop-in art and craft workshops
Drop-in for nature-crown making Weds 29 - Fri 31 May (£1) in our fenced Storyboat area and tick off No. 16 on your '50 things to do before you're 11 and 3/4' list!
Other outdoor adventures
May half-term is 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
Unwind after a day spent running about in the park with some hot food at our Potting Shed Cafe or a leisurely browse in Morden Hall Park Garden Centre. Every penny you spend in the Cafe and Garden Centre helps us to care for this special place.
School holidays are a busy time at Morden Hall Park. Our car park fills up very quickly. Please consider using alternative forms of transport to get here.