Things to see & do

Autumn at Box Hill

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Free guided walks

Explore Box Hill on a free guided walk

Explore Box Hill on a free guided walk

Join us for a free guided walk over Box Hill every Wednesday afternoon. Meet at 2pm at the shepherd's hut for the 3 mile (5km) walk over some uneven and hilly ground. Our guide, Mike, will share stories along the way about the people who have made Box Hill special. Stout boots are recommended; the walk will last approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Colourful autumn walks at Box Hill

Head over to the shepherd's hut at the car park to pick up a free walking trail around Box Hill - there are five walks to choose from, ranging from half an hour to 4 hour long walks.

Autumn leaf collage

A little girl plays with an autumn leaf in Surrey

Gather dried and fallen autumn leaves from the ground and use them to make beautiful collages with the children. Or, gather armfuls and make an autumnal wreath to adorn your front door.

Fly a kite

Flying a kite at Box Hill

Box Hill, high on the North Downs is a great place to blow the cobwebs away and fly a kite. Bring along your own colourful kite, or borrow one from the shepherd's hut.

Woolly lawnmowers

Belted Galloway cattle at Box Hill

The belted Galloway cattle are back on Box Hill and are enjoying munching on moist grass and flavoursome wild herbs. They move freely around Box Hill and are in the care and ownership of the Surrey Wildlife Trust. Please call 07817 769672 if there are any problems.