Morden Hall Park

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Morden Hall Park
Morden Hall Park, a beautiful former deer park and ancient hay meadow with an extensive network of waterways and impressive avenues of trees, is perfect for family picnics. The old estate buildings house a National Trust information centre, a garden centre, and the Snuff Mill Environmental Education Centre (open Apr-Oct on the first Sunday of each month, with free family explorer packs available for loan). Following a two-year project by the National Trust, the nineteenth-century stable block at Modern Hall Park opens on November 5, 2011, as a 'Living Green Visitor Centre', housing a permanent exhibition about sustainable green living and renewable energy, craft stalls for local artists and a small café.
Venue name: Morden Hall Park
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Address: Morden Hall Rd
Morden

SM4 5JD
Transport: Tube: Morden
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rob g

If it wasn't for this place I don't think we would have stayed in Mitcham, and consequently found several other local gems.

The park is immaculate, the rose garden perfect for picnics and for toddlers to hare about.

You may be best advised to take your own food though - the National Trust cafe is always packed, food is patchy and service very very slow.