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Claremont Landscape Garden

Claremont Landscape Garden

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The National Trust was founded in 1895 with the aim of saving our nation's heritage and open spaces. More than a century later, they are still working hard to uphold these values.

From places and spaces to objects and artefacts, historic houses and castles to gardens and coastlines – and many more in between, you'll never be far from a place to visit in South East England and for frequent visits, National Trust membership is your annual pass to a world of history, stunning architecture and magnificent gardens.

The National Trust owns more than 130 sites in the South East alone and in true dedication to their objective, the National Trust has toiled endlessly since their start to preserve and protect historic places and green spaces, opening them up for everyone - forever.

National Trust Places Near Me

See a snapshot of unmissable National Trsut properties across different counties of South East England, but a full list can be found using the map at the bottom of this page.

London

  • Morden Hall Park
    A green oasis in the city of London, an escape to the English countryside.
  • Osterley Park
    The palace of palaces and one of the last surviving  country estates in London.
  • Ham House & Garden
    17th century house internationally recognised for its paintings and furniture. Said to be one of the most haunted houses in Britain.

Surrey

Kent

  • White Cliffs of Dover
    One of Britain's most spectacular and recognisable natural features.
  • Ightham Mote
    Medieval moated manor house.
  • Knole
    Set at the heart of the only remaining medieval deer park in Kent.
  • Chiddingstone Village
    A beautiful well preserved example of a Tudor one-street village.
  • Chartwell
    Family home of Sir Winston Churchill.

Berkshire

Sussex

Hampshire

  • Mottisfont Abbey
    A romantic house and gallery set in beautiful riverside gardens.
  • Winchester City Mill
    Working water mill that heralds the start of the South Downs.
  • Hinton Ampner
    Elegant country house with an outstanding collection of furniture and paintings.
  • East Head West Wittering
    One of the last surviving pieces of natural coastline in Sussex. Has Blue Flag status.

Oxfordshire

Buckinghamshire

  • Stowe
    More than 40 temples and monuments in a backdrop of lakes and valleys.
  • Waddesdon Manor
    Owned by the Rothschilds, this Renaissance-style chateau houses one of the finest collections of French 18th Century decorative arts in the world. 
  • Hughenden Manor
    Former home of Benjamin Disraeli, where you will discover secret wartime history.

Isle of Wight

  • Mottistone Gardens
    Elizabethan Manor House with enchanting gardens taking advantage of their southerly location.
  • Bembridge Fort
    Victorian Fort offering guided tours and great views.
  • The Needles
    Dramatic sea views from the Isle of Wight's most recognisable landmark.

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Map & list of National Trust properties

For a map of National Trust properties in South East England, click on the 'map view' icon and zoom in to see what's near you.

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Number of results: 128

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  1. Bembridge Fort

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    Castle / Fort

    Sandown

  2. Box Hill

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    Historic Site

    Tadworth

    Box Hill - so much to explore

    Box Hill is the perfect place to discover a family walk and explore the beautiful Surrey Hills. Forming part of the North Downs, Box Hill has breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside. It's home to some...

  3. Owletts - National Trust

    Type

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Cobham

    Owletts is a small red-brick Charles II house with an interesting garden.

  4. Marley Common

    Type

    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Haslemere

    Coconut-scents, purple heather and intimate woodland walks

    Marley Common in West Sussex, is a mixed broadleaf woodland and open heath. It's one of our oldest countryside acquisitions, having its centenary in 2011.

    The Common has had an...

  5. Buscot Old Parsonage

    Type

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Faringdon

    An early 18thC house of Cotswold stone, set on the banks of the Thames and with a small garden.

  6. Knole

    Type

    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Sevenoaks

    Set at the heart of the only remaining medieval deer park in Kent, Knole's fascinating links with royalty and literary connections with Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, make this one of the most intriguing houses in England.

  7. Maidenhead Commons and Cock Marsh

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    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Maidenhead

    These properties include commonland and greens to the south of the River Thames. The sites include a variety of habitats, with woodland, scrub thickets, grassland, downland ponds, riverside, meadows and are ideal for walking.

  8. Basildon Park

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    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Reading

    Classical 18thC house by John Carr of York, with an unusual Octagon Room, fine plasterwork and the decorative Shell Room. Situated in 400 acres of parkland and woodland.

  9. Farnborough Hall

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    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Farnborough, Banbury

    National Trust Property.
    Home of the Holbech family since 1684, reconstructed in the early 18th Century. William Holbech enjoyed a protracted grand tour 1730 - 1745 when he collected paintings and ancient sculpture.

  10. Petts Wood and Hawkwood

    Type

    Type:

    Natural Feature

    Orpington

    An oasis of peace and tranquillity only 13 miles south-east from the centre of London

    Full of natural history, the area is a haven for all kinds of bird, butterfly, amphibian and plant life.

    William Willett, the leader of the movement to...

  11. Ascott House and Gardens

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    Historic House / Palace

    Ascott House is a half-timbered Jacobean farmhouse, transformed by the de Rothschild family towards the end of the 19th Century and is home to an exceptional collection of paintings, fine furniture and superb oriental porcelain. The extensive...

  12. Batemans

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    Historic House / Palace

    Burwash, Etchingham

    A 17thC Ironmaster's house which was the home of Rudyard Kipling between 1902-35. His study and Rolls Royce can be seen. Garden with working watermill.

  13. St Catherine's Down

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    Natural Feature

    Ventnor

    A wild rocky coast with jutting cliffs, a windswept down and sheltered wooded valley

    This is possibly one of the most wild and beautiful parts of the Isle of Wight with a wonderfully varied landscape in a relatively small area.

    Turbulent...

  14. Slindon Estate - National Trust

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    Nature Reserve

    Arundel

    Enjoy wonderful woodland walks, a quintessential Sussex village and spectacular views of the South Downs and the coastline from the Slindon Estate.

  15. St Helens Duver and Priory Woods

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    Natural Feature

    St Helens

    Walk along the sand dunes and learn about the wooded area with a fascinating history and great coastal views.

  16. Claydon House

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    Historic House / Palace

    Buckingham

    There is plenty to do for all the family; see the beautiful interiors of the 400 year old house, roam the restored estate gardens, picnic, or simply eat, drink and shop in the 18th century courtyard.

  17. East Head West Wittering

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    Natural Feature

    Chichester

    One of the fastest moving sand and shingle spits in the United Kingdom

    East Head, in West Sussex, is one of the last surviving pieces of natural coastline in Sussex; a treasured example of the nationally rare and fragile, yet dynamic,...

  18. Ashdown House

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    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Hungerford

    Unusual Dutch-style house on the Berkshire Downs

    This extraordinary building with a dolls'-house appearance nestles in a beautiful valley on the Berkshire Downs, surrounded by woodland.

    It was built by an Earl, William Craven, as a house...

  19. Birling Gap

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    Country / Royal Park

    Seaford

    Situated at the base of the chalk cliffs called the Seven Sisters. Shingle giving way to sand with areas of rock pools. A voluntary marine nature reserve. MCS Recommended, Encams Seaside Award. Sit of special scientific interest (SSSI)

  20. Carlyle's House

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    Historic Site

    London

    The home of a Victorian celebrity couple

    Preserved since 1895 this writer's house in the heart of one of London's most famous creative quarters tells the story of Thomas and Jane Carlyle.

    The couple moved here from their native Scotland...