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Witness to the historic sealing of Magna Carta nearly 800 years ago in 1215, the meadows here are now home to several memorials to the struggle for freedom.
As well as our monument to Magna Carta, you can visit memorials to John F. Kennedy and the Allied Air Forces of the Second World War.
© NTPL/John Millar
This historic landscape of picturesque meadows and rolling hills is perfect for a relaxing walk.
Take in stunning views and see if you can spot any of our abundant wildlife.
What will you see?
Discover another side of the Thames, at this beautiful one mile stretch managed by the National Trust.
Follow the path along the riverbank, find a spot for a family picnic, or simply take a seat and enjoy the view.
Rediscover the Thames
Across the river from Runnymede you'll find this timeless, secluded collection of woods and fields.
The area is home to varied wildlife, the ruins of a 12th Century priory and a 2500 year old yew tree.
There's more to Runnymede than just beautiful scenery.
Discover more about this special place by joining one of our guided walks, taking in topics such as our history, habitats or seasonal highlights.
What events are coming up?
Leave the car at home and walk here from Egham station.
Explore this heathland habitat.
A picturesque stroll as recommended by the local community.
Get mucky, discover your wild side and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.
Pick up a '50 things' adventure scrapbook from the North Lodge office and see how many activities you can tick off today.
50 things to do before you're 11¾
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