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A great day out

Taking advantage of the glorious day that we had on Sunday, we decided to go to Morden Hall Park... read more

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Raul P
London, United Kingdom
A day out at Morden Hall Park

It is a National Treasure..peaceful...tranquil...massive..a lot to do for everyone..beautiful... read more

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'An ancient, Arcadian country estate' With a 125 acre estate of fine trees and open skies, Morden Hall Park is a tranquil hideaway enveloped by London. Follow the River Wandle as it meanders serenely through the park and under the ornate bridges...more
Morden Hall 21 Morden Hall Road, Morden SM4 5JD, England
+44 20 8545 6850
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Reviewed yesterday

Taking advantage of the glorious day that we had on Sunday, we decided to go to Morden Hall Park. It is easily accessible by Northern Line (literally 5 minutes away), tram or bus. We stroll around the park, through the Wandle trail, around the wetlands,...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a National Treasure..peaceful...tranquil...massive..a lot to do for everyone..beautiful estately mansion..lovely river Wandle..so much to see so much to do..it captures you with sense of serenity...magical with its trees...

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Reviewed 17 September 2018

We have visited this park several times while walking along the Wandle Trail which passes through it. This time we stopped at the café and also saw the snuff mill and the second hand bookshop - all of these are worth a visit and there...More

1  Thank Y3048NPdavids
Reviewed 11 September 2018

I visit Morden Hall Park all the time and can't believe it's on the edge of London! In fact it's at the end of the Northern Line, You can also get there by tram and if you don't take transport you can take your car...More

2  Thank maureenf66
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

124 acres of green space just a short hop from suburbia’s mania; the perfect place to refill your lungs with unpolluted air. The park ranges from carefully conserved wilderness through wetland boardwalks teeming with all sorts of life, bird and bug, fish and frog. Further...More

Thank Paula G
Reviewed 3 September 2018 via mobile

I really enjoyed visiting this local park. Very beautiful landscaping, calming sounds and striking sites. It’s very much a place that anyone would be able to appreciate.

Thank Jay M
Reviewed 24 August 2018 via mobile

We often meet friends here with our children. There is a car park on site and a good cafe. The toilets are a little shabby now but the park itself if very pleasant.

1  Thank Edgie74
Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place , has a river running through it. Lots of wild life it has a cafe although a little on the expensive side but still very nice.

Thank Deb C
Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

Clean green space for jogging, picnics, walking or football. Not much else in ghe park but lots of shops and a main line tube station near by. Frequent bus routes make for easy access.

Thank Jan D
Reviewed 5 August 2018

Conveniently situated a short walk from Morden underground station on the Northern line this is a fine park to walk round. We chose a very warm Sunday but still managed a relaxing walk. Excellently run by the National Trust with the usual amenities you might...More

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16 August 2018|
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Response from Andrew H | Reviewed this property |
I’ve not attended a public event there where additional facilities were needed. There are toilets next to both the main café and the ice cream one in the old stables
12 May 2018|
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Response from maureenf66 | Reviewed this property |
The Park is open from 8am - 6pm. Hope you enjoyed your visit.
Taj J
18 February 2018|
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Response from danioko | Property representative |
Hi yes you do. You can obtain one from the estate office or via the NT film unit. It’s around £75 for the licence. If the images are seen anywhere publicly the NT have been known to take legal action.