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Respecting the park and other park users: our regulations

Visitors walking in Morden Hall Park, London, in the winter.
Help us ensure Morden Hall Park is a place for everyone to enjoy. | © National Trust Images/John Miller

When Gilliat Hatfeild left Morden Hall and its estate to the National Trust in 1941, he stipulated that the park should be available for the public for free which is the case today. However, we are a small team of staff and volunteers looking after this special place and need your help.

To ensure that the park remains the urban oasis for everyone to enjoy, and for nature and wildlife to thrive, we have created the following guidelines.

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Visiting Morden Hall Park with your dog 

Morden Hall Park is a three pawprint rated place. There are 125 acres of beautiful parkland, paths and riverside for you and your dog to explore here.


Map of Morden Hall Park 

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