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Notice: Our bluebells in Franks Wood are now beautiful and there’s still a lovely display in Church Wood, on the purple trail (Etherley farm loop). There’re also lots of early bloomers in the Rhododendron Wood – both azaleas and rhododendrons.
Woodland, heathland, farmland and parkland set in the Surrey Hills
Leith Hill is the highest point in Southeast England and is set within the beautiful Surrey Hills. Its gothic tower rises majestically above the surrounding hills and from the top you can see sweeping views towards London in the north and the English Channel in the south.
Leith Hill has been popular with visitors since the Victorian times and you can enjoy similar pastimes today but with a modern twist; visit our tower and peer through the telescope or follow our self-guided trails through ancient woods, the scented Rhododendron Wood and across open heathland.
There’s plenty of space for family adventures and many lovely spots for picnics too. Delicious light snacks are available from our Tower’s servery.
Leith Hill is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is home to an abundant wildlife. It’s also designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Visit and escape into the natural peaceful world around you...
Leith Hill Tower is open every day
Climb to the top of the tower for an amazing view of south east England and treat yourself with a delicious hot drink and homemade cake from the Tanhouse Farm Shop servery at the bottom.
Bluebell watch at Leith Hill
Glorious bluebells can be found at Church Wood on the purple trail. Park at Windy Gap car park RH5 6LX and follow the orange trail downhill to pick up the purple trail. Or follow the pink way marker posts from Landslip Carpark RH5 6HG down to Frank's Wood.
Rhododendron Wood at Leith Hill
The Rhododendron Wood, with its bold and blowsy springtime display was created in the late 1800splanting up two fields with rhododendrons and azaleas.
Visit Leith Hill Place
Once home to the Wedgwood family, often visited by Charles Darwin and childhood home of Ralph Vaughan Williams, Leith Hill Place has a unique story and lots of character.
Volunteer this year at Leith Hill Place
Join our friendly team of volunteers in one of several hands-on roles: baking to car parking, welcoming to tour guiding; or maybe you have a specialist skill such as music, gardening or delivering family activities? Email Gabe Gale to find out more.
Events at Leith Hill Place
From children's crafts, to flower arranging and music concerts; join one of our events to escape the hurly burly of life or for fun and adventure for your little ones.