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A romantic house and gallery set in beautiful riverside gardens

near Romsey, Hampshire, SO51 0LP

Family visitors enjoying spring in the grounds of Mottisfont, Hampshire

Important notice

The Easter Egg trails have been hugely successful and we've ran out of eggs! You can still pick up a trail and take part in the trail activities for free (normal admission applies).

Planning your visit

A family enjoying Easter trails and Spring sunshine at Ickworth, Suffolk

Plan your Easter visit 

From 23 March - 14 April, the whole family can experience all the fun of a spring fete with our energetic Easter trail. Have a go at welly wanging, 'egg-sercises', bunny bowling and hoopla. There'll be a craft activity to make and take home and a spring-themed selfie station, too. Property admission applies, including peak admission on bank holidays (free entry for National Trust members and under 5s). £3 per trail which includes a dairy or vegan/Free From chocolate egg.

A cartoon illustration of 'confusing the enemy's sense of direction' by William Heath Robinson, on display at Mottisfont, Hampshire

Heath Robinson at War exhibition at Mottisfont 

Saturday 20 January – Sunday 14 April: an exhibition of over 50 artworks of humorous drawings from both World Wars, demonstrating Heath Robinson's ability to counter the horrors of war with gentle satire and absurdity.

A small white dog walking on a muddy path

Visiting Mottisfont with your dog 

Mottisfont is a two pawprint rated place. Dogs on a short lead are welcome to explore most of the garden.

Visitors with the custodian on a tour at Mendips, the childhood home of John Lennon, in Woolton, Liverpool

Visiting Mottisfont with your group 

Whether you're looking to take in one of the exhibitions, discover Mottisfont’s history or simply stroll through beautiful gardens, we'll ensure that your group has a great day out.


Mottisfont map 

Take a look at the map of Mottisfont to help plan your visit.

Two visitors exploring the garden in spring at Quarry Bank, Cheshire


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