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Morden Hall Park

National Trust Photographic Library / Jennie Woodcock
Morden Hall Road
Greater London

This oasis in the heart of suburbia covers over 50ha (125 acres) of parkland with the River Wandle meandering through. There is an old Snuff Mill, now an environmental centre and there are a variety of bridges traversing the river.

The park has hay meadows, old estate buildings and an impressive rose garden with over 2,000 roses. The workshops house local craftworkers and there is also an independently run garden centre and a city farm.

This property is owned by The National Trust.

General Information:

  • Program of events and walks
  • Disabled visitors: Adapted WC, recommended route map
  • Braille guide, large print guide
  • Shop and Garden Centre
  • Café
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Suitable for school groups
  • Free parking
  • Dogs on lead near buildings and rose gardens, close control elsewhere

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  • Directions

    Near Morden town centre.
    On Foot: Wandle Trail from Carshalton or Wandsworth

    Cycle: NCN22. Route passes through park.

    Bus: Frequent from surrounding areas (tel. 020 7222 1234).Station: Tramlink to Phipps Bridge stop, on park boundary 1/2 ml.

    Underground: Morden (Northern Line) 500 yds to park, 800 yds to cafe and shop.

    By Road: Off A24, and A297 S of Wimbledon, N of Sutton

    Morden Hall Park Postcode for SatNav: SM4 5JD


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