Plan your visit to Morden Hall Park

An autumn view of the snuff mill on the river Wandle

An ancient landscape, and now an oasis of green within urban south London, Morden Hall Park was saved for the community by the philanthropist, Gilliat Hatfeild.

Opening Times

Park & Rose Garden: 9am-5pm daily  (closed 25th and 26th December)
( 24 December: 9am-4pm)

Car park: 9am-5pm  (last entry 4pm, gates locked at 5pm) (Closed 25th and 26th December)

Potting Shed Café takeaway:9am-4pm daily (Closed 25th and 26th December)

Stableyard Café: Monday - Friday, 10am-2.30pm /  Saturday -Sunday, 10am-4pm

Garden Centre: 10am-4pm daily (Closed 25th, 26th December, 1st January and Sunday 4 April - Easter Day )

Our natural play area has now reopened! 

Morden Hall Park National Trust plate surrounded by leaves

How to get here 

Whether you're travelling by road, rail, or by foot, Morden Hall Park has a variety of easy transport links. Find your way here with our simple guide.

Getting out of muddy boots in the car park

Car parking at Morden Hall Park 

All visitors receive 1.5 hours of free parking. Beyond that National Trust members park for free, while there's an hourly charge for non-members.

Staying safe

In line with government guidance we're lifting social distancing rules and other COVID restrictions. However, the safety of our visitors and staff remains our top priority.

Alongside maintaining our high standards of cleanliness, plexiglass screens will stay in place in the Garden Centre, Stableyard second-hand bookshop and our cafes; hand sanitiser stations will remain. 

While we recognise wearing face coverings is voluntary, we are recommending, visitors staff and volunteers wear them in enclosed and crowded spaces.

If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit.

Finding your way around

Wander along tree-lined avenues, stroll along tranquil riverside paths, discover a thriving wetland and relax in an historic rose garden. 

Groups in the park

​Visiting the park with a small informal group? This includes things like birthday parties, photography groups, nature groups, walking and cycling groups and art clubs. 

Morden Hall Park can get very busy. To help us manage the numbers of people and activities in the park, please book your visit with us in advance. Email and we'll send you a booking form. 

Further information:

  • Groups in the park letter: this is a short guide to visiting Morden Hall Park during the Covid-19 pandemic and on how you and your party can help us looking after the park, preserving its beauty, nature and wildlife.
Woman holding takeaway hot drink

Feeling peckish? 

Enjoy tasty snacks and cakes at the Potting Shed Café or pop in to our dog-friendly Stableyard Café for a quick coffee. Card payments are preferred where possible. We look forward to welcoming you back.

A rose in the foreground of a view over the plant area at Morden Hall Park Garden Centre

Visit Morden Hall Park Garden Centre 

Come and shop for everything you need to keep your garden looking it's best. Card payments are preferred where possible. It is through your purchases that we are able to continue looking after Morden Hall Park for everyone, for ever.