The home of an Edwardian party house, the Surrey Hills and a classic landscape garden. Discover what there is to see and do in Surrey and plan a day out to remember.
A 1,600-acre estate with elegant gardens, Edwardian house and plenty of room to play
Stretches of sweeping parkland sheltering a classic country house
A landscape arboretum reflecting the colours of each changing season
So much to explore
This grade 1 listed garden created by the great landscape designers of the 18th century charts the evolution of the English Landscape Garden
Conserving and caring for a great house laid bare
The birthplace of the Magna Carta. History, art and nature on the banks of the River Thames.
From bird spotting trails to giant games of Polesdenopoly, nature crafting to balance beaming, there's something to keep everyone smiling this February half term at National Trust places near you in Surrey.
Get ready for an Easter adventure packed with family-friendly activities and trails at 8 National Trust places in Surrey. Discover Grizwald the Griffin at Polesden Lacey, try egg-racing and welly-wanging at Hatchlands Park. Or join in the rabbit-related fun at Claremont Landscape Garden, Winkworth Arboretum and Dapdune Wharf.
You’ll find gorgeous views over the Polesden Lacey estate and elegant interiors in this Regency-style villa.
It's time to toss the dice... Explore the grounds of Polesden Lacey by taking part in a fun trail inspired by a well-known board game this half term.
River Wey, Winkworth Arboretum and Hydon's Ball and Heath - all on foot! This is a 10 mile plus guided walk that is hard to resist...
A social walk with a few steady inclines, this walk takes approximately an hour and takes in some of the best views from Polesden Lacey.