Morden Hall Park

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What's on 

Upcoming events

Trust10 Trail Run - start 8.30am

Sun 24 Feb 2019
08:30-10:30
A free monthly 10k trail run through the park. See the beauty of the seasons changing. Free, fun, informal. Come and Trust10 with us. Run starts at 8.30am

February half term: Hungry Bird Trail, 16 -24 Feb, 10am-4pm

Sun 24 Feb 2019
10:00-16:00
Pick up the new family trail at the Garden Centre and go on a self-led adventure around the park to discover more about our feathered friends.

Free Guided History Tours at 11.30am and 1pm on selected Sundays

Sun 24 Feb 2019
11:30-12:15
Join our knowledgeable tour guides for a leisurely stroll around Morden Hall Park.

Park Explorers group for under 5s

Mon 25 Feb 2019
10:00-11:00
Park Explorers is for 2-4 year olds and parents/carers to learn about the world around them. Sessions are £5 each and focus on a different outdoor theme each week. Arrive from 9:15 for the 10am session, and wait from 10:45 to be signed in for 11am.

Mum's the word - 24, 30 & 31 March, 11-1pm & 2-4pm

Sun 24 Mar 2019
11:00-13:00
Shh, don't tell mum, but you can plant a special present to take home for her for Mother's Day.

Easter Holidays: Sensory Nature Trail, Sat 6 – Thu 18 Apr, 10am-3pm

Sat 06 Apr 2019
10:00-15:00
These Easter holidays use your senses to discover nature in a whole new way!
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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.

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History

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.