From thriving wetlands to sprawling estates, intimate spaces and modernist masterpieces. London has it all, if you know where to look.
A unique 17th-century treasure trove
A Georgian country estate in west London
A green oasis in the city at the heart of the community.
The birthplace of the Magna Carta. History, art and nature on the banks of the River Thames.
An elegant Georgian House with a diverse history, peaceful garden and changing exhibitions to explore.
Handsome 17th-century house with unusual collections and picturesque walled gardens
A fascinating Tudor house at the heart of a vibrant community
An extraordinary home and an intriguing work of art
Innovative and influential Modernist home from 1939
Iconic Arts and Crafts home of William and Jane Morris and the centre of the Pre-Raphaelite circle.
There are a number of sustainable travel options for travelling to and from the places in our care in London, whether you're looking to travel by train, tube, bus, bike or foot.
From acres of parkland at Osterley Park to the meadows, wetlands and woodlands of Ham House, discover where to go for the best walks in London.
Follow this Surrey countryside trail of a circular walk between Egham and Runnymede through ancient woodlands, wetlands and wildflower meadows.
Follow the main paths if you’ve got little ones with bikes or scooters as they’re nice and level and easy to manage. Venture further afield to the wetlands and you might spot some of our winter visitors, little egret and snipe, wading their way through the water.
With a hard surface all the way round, this multiuse trail at Osterley Park is perfect for walkers, cyclists and wheelchair users and takes in woods and open land.
The National Trust in London aims to support a fairer London by addressing unequal access to nature, beauty and history where people live. We’re doing this by improving existing green space, protecting cherished local heritage sites and supporting people to participate with green space and heritage on their own terms. Find out more about our projects across London here.
Discover where to eat and drink at Osterley Park and House. Stop for refreshments in the historic Tudor courtyard and browse the shops for gifts and pre-loved books.
Set in historic buildings, the Orangery Café and shop offer warm and inviting spaces to relax and treat yourself on your visit to Ham House and Garden.
Enjoy freshly prepared tasty snacks and cakes at a choice of two cafés and pick up the perfect read at the second-hand bookshop, all supporting the National Trust’s work.
Shop for plants, seeds, pots, gardening equipment, toys and games, gifts and homewares at the National Trust’s first garden centre, with all profits supporting our work.
Join us in celebrating our local community by helping us create a special art installation. Help us decorate our hand-crafted festive globe by bringing something unique that represents who you are, your story or your culture.
Join our tour guides as they take you through parts of Osterley’s house and history which often remain unseen. Our Below Stairs tours offer a chance to learn more about the world of those who called Osterley’s basement home.
Experience what servants' lives once were 'below stairs' and discover the mansion's basement floor with themed and interactive activities for all the family to enjoy.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, recital by Anthony Roberts with piano by Jamie Cunliffe.
Our garden centre is the perfect location to get ready for Christmas. Join us for our late-night shopping events on Thursday 30 Nov, 7 and 14 Dec.
Meet Father Christmas and his elves in his enchanted grotto and receive a gift chosen just for you!