Woodland Walk at Osterley House National Trust

This morning we went to Osterley House, a National Trust site in Isleworth which is a short drive away from where we live. I’ve brought Little T there a few times since I joined the National Trust, and today was the first time Mr. G joined us for a walk along the play trail on the estate grounds. It was a beautiful day to wander through the woodland area, where we saw several carpets of bluebells along the way, and a fun day to enjoy the activities from climbing tree stumps to swinging on the wooden swings hanging from the trees.

Osterley House National Trust

Osterley House National Trust

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More details on Osterley House and a look at the play trail are on my Winter Walk at Osterley Park & House post from our visit in January.

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31 thoughts on “Woodland Walk at Osterley House

  1. Looks like an impressive lanscape. We recently joined the NT and we’re making the most of membership in a big way.

    1. I plan on visiting more National Trust sites, also venturing further outside of London, in the coming months. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks for stopping by!

    1. It is a beautiful place to explore and I’m glad it’s so close so we also have the option to stop by for an hour or two to get some fresh air and wander around. Thanks for hosting #MySundayPhoto!

    1. Thank you! I lucked out with the swan photo! The swan was just there with this beautiful background and I only had to wait a moment for the swan to lift its head before quickly moving on to avoid disturbing it. Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Thank you! We didn’t have a chance to go out on a bluebell walk in the countryside but I’m glad we managed to find plenty at Osterley House. Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Thank you! Spring is England is such an amazing time of year and we’re really enjoying it this time around. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. The bluebells look beautiful, we have started to get some bluebells in the woods next to us, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

    1. Thank you, it was really lovely to have a chance to spot some bluebells at Osterley House as we didn’t really have a chance to go out on a bluebell walk. Hope you’ve been enjoying springtime there too! Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Thank you! I really lucked out with that swan photo and it turned out to be my favorite one from the day. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  3. Wow! What a stunning place to visit, so many bluebells too- we’ve not had much luck on our bluebell hunts this year. Fab pic of a swan, theres no way I would’ve got close enough for such a good shot #whatevertheweather

  4. What a beautiful place. We have an old mansion near us that has beautiful gardens that we enjoy walking though as well. It is such a peaceful way to spend the day.

  5. I’m a massive National Trust fan, such beautiful places all over the country. Osterley looks gorgeous, it’s such a fab time of year to get outside and have some fun. Your photos are great, I think it’s another one to put on our must visit list! #whatevertheweather

    1. Thank you, I love going back to Osterley House and hope to check out more National Trust sites over the next months! Enjoying the membership so far. Thanks for stopping by!

    1. Thanks very much! Those are bluebells, there are loads of them usually in woodland areas around England in the springtime, like a purple carpet. They are beautiful to see! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  6. Wow what an incredibly beautiful place. I love your picture of the swan, it looks so elegant. You always go on the most amazing trips. Thank you so much for sharing with #whatevertheweather x

  7. It looks gorgeous! Love your photographs, especially the one of the swan on it’s nest. It definitely a fantastic place to visit and relax a while. Thanks so much for linking up to #Whatevertheweather 🙂 x

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