Join one of Stourhead's volunteers on a guided introduction to the new Genius story at Stourhead. Discover more about the Hoare family who created this special place on a walk through the garden that was described as 'a living work of art'.
Stourhead estate has 2500 acres of ancient, diverse and managed landscapes. Join a volunteer guided walk to enjoy the spring landscape and discover more about the countryside beyond the landscape garden. Your guide will share how the estate has...
As part of National Gardening Week join the gardeners as they take you on a tour of the garden and discover the diverse collection of native and exotic trees and shrubs that adorn this hillside garden.
Why not join one of the countryside rangers for a walk through Greenway garden out to part of the estate? On the walk you will find out about the work that the National Trust rangers do to care for this special place.
An introduction to Belton's wilderness garden and the designed features of the landscape. This short walk follows the river Witham taking in the Gothic Ruin, Hermitage, site of Belton's knucklebone floor and the Boathouse.
There's more to Wimpole than you might think! Explore the further reaches of our estate on this guided photography walk through woods and fields. If you choose, you can enter our photographic competition and you might see your pictures displayed!
The workout that tones the whole body! Burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking. Great for neck, shoulder and back problems. Easy on the knees and joints. Suitable for all levels / ages. Sociable, safe outdoor exercise.
Join our volunteer rangers on a guided walk around less familiar parts of Clumber Park reflecting a diverse range of habitats. The walk will last between 2-3 hours and cover up to 6 miles. The walk covers a mixture of surfaces across heathland...
Stonehenge Airfield was a hugely important place during World War 1, training pilots to fly aircraft into battle. This walk around the Stonehenge landscape is led by expert guides who will explain all about this key site in aviation history.
Dawn in the Stonehenge Landscape is a sublime experience. With our National Trust Ranger you may spot skylarks, yellowhammers and possibly deer and brown hare that make the World Heritage site their home.
Have you ever wondered where the builders of Stonehenge lived? Our National Trust landscape guides will take you on a 2.5 - 3 mile walk to explore the Durrington Walls and discover 6,000 years of hidden history.
The Stonehenge landscape is an intriguing place with many of its secrets still lying tantalisingly below ground. However, this enjoyable and informative 4 mile walk with an expert guide will have you looking at this landscape with new eyes.
Join expert Ed Drewitt for a walk to experience the iconic cacophony of sound that is the dawn chorus, a unique aspect of the British countryside in springtime. Once the crescendo of sound quietens down, you will be able to learn different...
Join us for a guided coastal wildlife walk. On route you will be introduced to local wildflowers, Atlantic grey seals and the history of the Cornish choughs with the possibility of seeing them too. Our Rangers will be on hand to tell you more...
Help us celebrate, as it is 50 years since the National Trust first acquired Predannack Wollas on the West Coast of the Lizard Peninsula. Join the Lead Ranger for a guided walk. Renowned for its glorious coastal scenery and rare plants, this was...
Join us for a free walk in the White Peak this Monday morning. No booking needed, just meet our team of friendly walk volunteers by the visitor centre at 11:00am and go on a 2hr walk. Dogs are welcome too.
Whether you're new to birdwatching or hoping to brush up your skills, our half-day walks led by Suffolk bird expert, Steve Piotrowski, are a fantastic opportunity to learn how to identify a wide range of birds in varied habitats around Dunwich Heath.
The ancient festival of 'Beltain' marks May Day and the start of summer. Our National Trust Ranger and a local Pagan Celebrant will take you on a 5-mile walk from Avebury along the route of the Beltain Festival procession.
The Waden Hill circuit takes in some of the Neolithic monuments which make up this ancient and intriguing landscape. The volunteer guide will help you to unlock their past by explaining the history of the landscape as you walk.
Discover some of nature's wild food secrets on this half-day foraging course with Fred Gillam. You'll be able to enjoy walking through the Avebury landscape as Fred teaches you how to identify plants growing in our hedgerows, fields and woods.
Join a member of the team for an early morning walk around the gardens to experience the bird song of Stowe and enjoy the chance to see the gardens before we open to the public. Warm up with breakfast afterwards, included in your ticket price.
Help us discover and record the wildlife of Kinver Edge and have a go at nature challenges. Meet experts and take part in moth traps, bat detecting, bird walks and bug hunts! A family-friendly event, all free.
As part of the Arc'teryx big weekend, we're offering guided walks with a Ranger around the Langdale Valley. Be transported back 10,000 years to learn about the first Neolithic settlers before leaping back to the future for a drink at Sticklebarn.
Orchids galore! These little known but lovely flower rich meadows are a riot of colour at this time of the year. Our National Trust Ranger will take you on a short work to explore their floral delights.
Join one of our experienced guides for a 3 hour (4 mile) ramble, visiting the views that inspired the artist John Constable. The tour will also visit East Bergholt and Dedham, where Constable was born and where he lived for the first part of his...
We Love heathland! Come along to Knoll Beach and discover more about the surrounding heathland and the organisations that help look after it. Get hands on with our wildlife activities and head over the heath on a landrover safari.
Discover Stackpole’s beautiful stretch of coastline for yourself. With award-winning sandy beaches, tranquil wooded valleys, wildlife-rich lily ponds, walking trails and watersports, there’s lots to see and do.
A guided botanical walk along the cliffs at Kynance in all their spring glory. We'll see some of the unique coastal and heath species, for which this area is famous, plus take in the spectacular views.