Box Hill

Important notice -

Due to the highly sensitive conservation status of the Surrey Hills AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), we do not allow barbeques or any type of flame at Box Hill. Thank you for your cooperation.

So much to explore

Box Hill

What's on

Upcoming events

Discovering chalk grasslands at Box Hill - walk and talk 2022

Sun 03 Jul 2022
Discover our fabulous flora and fauna

Family-friendly outdoor theatre and workshops

Sat 20 Aug 2022
Family-friendly outdoor theatre and workshops with an environmental theme.
Box Hill

Things to see and do

A cyclist on bike in  front of a view of Surrey Hills

Planning an event in the Surrey Hills?

If you would like to host an event on National Trust land, or your sporting event includes routes on National Trust land, please email us at: Please contact us at least eight weeks before the event date. We know how important events are to organisers and participants. Please help us ensure events are safe and legal for both participants and our visitors.

Free downloadable walks around Box Hill

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Eating and shopping

Eating and Shopping

Wooden hand-carved pricing label in the second-hand bookshop

The second-hand bookshop at Box Hill

You can find our second-hand bookshop inside the café at Box Hill. From picture books and children’s fiction to fantasy, romance, biography, gardening and cookery there’s a wide variety of books to choose from. All the proceeds go directly back to Box Hill to help us with our vital conservation work. We also welcome donations of books and puzzles to our café between 10am and 4pm, daily.

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Get involved

Volunteer with us

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Our work

Image of path line with trees to onside at Limpsfield Common

Ash dieback in the Surrey Hills 

Ash dieback is a growing concern across the country including at many National Trust properties and we will sadly see the decline and death of many – maybe the majority - of ash trees over the next few years.

Shakespeare Tree Stratford

The journey of a tree from Box Hill to Stratford-upon-Avon 

Find out why you'll see a tree from Box Hill at Shakespeare's New Place...

A red light installation,  made to the dimensions of a hay bale, displayed at the foot of Box Hill at night

Harvest at Box Hill  

Harvest, an art installation at Box Hill, explored connections between the land, song and communities.