Winter event highlights at Polesden Lacey

From festive fun to winter walks, there's so much going on at Polesden Lacey throughout the colder months. So take at look through our top picks for the best of what's on and plan a great day out with friends and family this winter.

A family looks at a large monopoly sign attached to a pillar

Polesdenopoly  

Get rich quick playing our take on a well-loved classic board game. You'll need to be as silly as possible to earn cash and buy up your favourite parts of Polesden Lacey. This is the perfect way burn of those Christmas calories with your family. Boxing day until 3 January. £5 per group of five players.

The branches of a dead tree reach out into a blue winter sky in a green field
Walking trail

Enjoy a fresh winter walk across our 1400 acre estate 

There's nothing more beautiful than gentle sun and long shadows on a winter afternoon. Discover the beauty of the estate in winter on one of our four clearly way-marked walks followed by a hot meal in the Granary Cafe.

Polesden Lacey's honeycomb diamond tiara on a red cushion

Glorious Glimpse Tours 

Discover Mrs Greville's fascinating rags to riches story and her connections to British royalty on a tour of her fabulous party house, packed with fine art and ceramics. Glorious glimpse tours take place at weekends throughout November, January and February between 11am and 3pm.

Two toy dogs hide in a bookshelf

The private life of dogs - half-term trail 

Mrs Greville wasn't the only one to hold parties at Polesden Lacey. Find out what her dogs got up to when they held parties of their own. Enjoy this frivolous family trail during February half-term from Saturday 13 until Sunday 21 February. £2 per child.

A heart shaped tag that says 'I love Polesden Lacey' is tied to a tree

The Love Tree 

Show your favourite person how much you love them and tie a special message to our love tree in time for St Valentine's day. Simply choose your favourite colour ribbon from visitor reception and head down to the south lawn, where the love tree stands looking out across the view. Ribbons will be available every day from February 1.