Morden Hall Park is a good patch of green in what is still very much the city, despite being all the way at the end of the Northern line in south London. Part of the grounds contain the remains of a snuff mill, which the National Trust takes care of, and the eponymous great house is also within the grounds, although not accessible to the public according to signage. They’ve also built up an impressive little wetland area in the western part of the park, bringing in a more diverse array of flora and fauna. A few weekends ago, all I wanted to do was admire the changing colors of the trees under the blue of an autumn sky, and it turned out Morden Hall Park was the perfect place to do just that.
Enjoy a slideshow of the park:
If you find yourself in south London, stop by for a walk in this lovely park!