Morden Hall Park is an attractive green space with trees, waterways and plenty of space to relax. This historic park offers gentle walks along the River Wandle over pretty bridges, a family-friendly nature trail and a cafe.
Prices and Opening Times
Park open daily all year.
Please check website for opening times of the cafe, rose garden and garden centre
Venue Details & Map
National Trust: Morden Hall Park
Morden Hall Road SuttonLondonSM4 5JD
- 0208545 6850
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry
Top 5 reviews of National Trust: Morden Hall Park
We were in Wimbledon for a car test drive but wanted to walk our dog too so did a quick google search and this National Trust property came up.
It's beautiful! There's a garden centre and a couple of cafes (though I did find the food at the Potting Shed cafe rather disappointing and tasteless if I'm honest). They've got 'wilder' bits with long grass for dogs to run around and a rose garden... more
love this park, a National trust park trail, with 2 cafes and garden centre.
You can walk from morden to deen city farm via the marshland walk.
It has a lovely rose garden and stream which you can paddle or go tadpole hunting. more
a lovely big park that stretches from morden all the way down to abbey mills and dean city farm. It is a national trust park and is featured in its brochures.
very popular with familys and it has a cafe, garden center with fish shop.
it has scheduled walks and family activities so look out on the website or notices to see whats on more
Morden Hall Park is probably one of my favourite parks in the local area. I grew up around the corner and would often frequent it with my friends or to ride my bike as a child. It is a National Trust park, spanning from Morden through to Mitcham, and you could even walk it as the paths are clearly signposted for one to follow.
The park also boasts a large garden centre and a lovely little cafe... more
Having lived in Merton all my life it took a surprisingly long time to find out about this sometimes picturesque park that is ideal for your sunday stroll/picnic/bike ride/dog walk etc.
It is situated between Morden and Phipps bridge tram stop with several different access points at both ends. Parts of the park have been left to run wild and do not exactly ooze beauty, but the large bulk of... more