Morden Hall Park is a green space in South West London/Surrey borders, owned by the National Trust. With a whole range of outdoor activities for kids of all ages, it's a great family day out.
We love it because... It's one of the few National Trust sites that's FREE to visit, as it's mainly outdoors. This open green space contains a natural play area, a rose garden and plenty of park space for little ones to roam around. There's also a long winding river running through the park that's home to loads of ducks, bridges and a water wheel.
We spotted... A cute little cafe and tea room, a second hand bookshop and loads of wildlife to spot in the woods. They also run kids activity groups during the week, such as craft workshops and outdoor forest-school-type learning groups.
The Deen City Farm is also on the other end of the estate, although it's a separate attraction. While a little basic, it's also free (suggested donation £2) so it's worth a visit if you're already in the area.
Top tip... The car park for Morden Hall Park gets very busy at weekends, so try and get there early or get public transport!