Marble Hill House

Things to See and Do

Discover Marble Hill’s idyllic riverside parkland and take in the sight of the historic Marble Hill House. Whilst the house remains closed for exciting renovations, there is plenty to enjoy in the beautiful grounds and parkland.

Explore our idyllic grounds with friends and family, top up your energy in our newly refurbished cafe and let the kids run, jump and play in our fun play area. You could even join us at one of our fantastic community events from historical talks to our walking group.

 

Explore acres of parklands

Enjoy a stroll through 66 acres of idyllic parklands or take the time to unwind with beautiful spots to relax with a picnic or a good book. Our glorious green space is also great for dog walks and family days out in the fresh air.

Visitors will also be able to see our restoration project first-hand as Henrietta Howard's gardens are carefully restored as part of our Marble Hill Revived project.

Discover more about our Revived project

Feeling peckish?

Top up your energy after a walk around the park and head to our newly refurbished cafe. Enjoy a tasty treat from our delicious menu with many ingredients sourced from our very own Kitchen Garden. Whether you're after a hot drink, scrumptious cake or delectable sandwich and soup, our cafe is the perfect place to refuel on a visit to the park.

Your four legged friends can join you on leads outside and in our designated dog area.   

Let off steam

Spend time together as a family and explore and play in our extensive outdoor space. Let the kids have an adventure of their own in our fun play area, complete with its very own mini trampoline, climbing area and willow tunnel to discover.

Take part in events

Get your diary at the ready and take a look at our wide range of community events. From talks exploring Marble Hill’s fascinating history and incredible landscape, to walking groups, hands-on workshops, performances and fun activities specifically for kids, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Our events programme has been made possible by funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

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