Walking in London
Enjoy a refreshing walk through parks, gardens, meadow and woodland across National Trust places in and around London this winter. Discover acres of parkland around Osterley Park and House, explore the green haven around Ham House and Garden and take in the nature reserves and river walks around Morden Hall Park.
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.
Take a stroll through the historic parkland of Morden Hall Park, created by the Hatfeild family in the 19th century. A true oasis in the heart of South London.
Enjoy a gentle walk from Kingston Station to Ham House and Garden on this 4.5-mile stroll along the river, learning some historical facts along the way.
Follow this Surrey countryside trail of a circular walk between Egham and Runnymede through ancient woodlands, wetlands and wildflower meadows.
Leave the car at home and enjoy the walk from Richmond station to Ham House & Garden, taking in the spectacular protected view from Richmond Hill over the River Thames along the way.