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Notice: Pebble Hill Road will be closed from 8 September until January 2015. Box Hill's Zig Zag Road is not a suitable alternative route for heavy load vehicles because of its hairpin bends. Please follow official diversion signs. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

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 fantastic wildlife and plants too, including the Adonis blue butterfly and bee orchid.

This month, why don't you try out some of our fantastic walks leaflets? There are lots of walks over the hill, which you can download here, or collect on site. Whatever the weather and however much time you have, there'll be something for everyone.

Toddler group at Box Hill

Box Hill Bugs meets every Tuesday  © National Trust

The Box Hill Bugs toddler group will meet every Tuesday from 9 September until 14 October. Six half hour sessions cost £22 and need to be pre-booked. Dress for mess as we'll be exploring the great outdoors. Email us for further information and a booking form.

Borrow a kite or tracker pack

Watch the birds with a pair of binoculars © National Trust

Head over to the shepherd's hut to borrow a kite or tracker pack for free. Tracker packs contain binoculars, compass, note pads and pencils and are a fun way to explore the great outdoors.

Walking at Box Hill

Walking, talking and listening to the tales of the ancients © NTPL/David Levenson

Half an hour or a whole day to spare? There's so much to discover on Box Hill and one of our walks or trails will help you to get the most out of your visit.

Box Hill centenary celebrations

Salomons memorial at Box Hill in 1920

Salomons memorial at Box Hill in 1920

2014 marks the 100th anniversary of Box Hill being given to the National Trust by Leopold Salomons. A wealthy local, Mr Salomons was keen to protect the rolling green hills of Surrey from property developers so bought some land around Box Hill in 1913 and formally gave it to the National Trust the following year.

We're celebrating by giving Box Hill's iconic viewpoint - the Salomons memorial - a facelift; come along to enjoy the view over Dorking and all the way to the South Downs.

Watch a video on the vintage transport posters that were designed for Box Hill

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