Box Hill's woodlands are a magical world of scents and colours; marvel as the seasons change, look for birds and mammals who call this place home and let your children explore the wonders of nature's playground.
Views at Box Hill
Box Hill is famous for its expansive view from the Salomons Memorial. On a good day you can see 26 miles across the Weald to the South Downs. Breathe in deep and marvel as the colours of the countryside seem to change day by day.
Take a stroll around Box Hill Fort
The Old Fort was one of 13 built along the North Downs. They were built in the 1890s as mobilisation centres. Collectively known as the London Defence Scheme, they were considered ‘the last ditch attempt to save the capital of the world's largest Empire.’ The Fort has never been used in battle and is now a roost for bats.
For muddy paws and happy tails, head to Box Hill to blow those cobwebs away and treat your four-legged friend to a day out. Head over to the shepherd's hut for a doggy biscuit and the low down on the best places to walk at Box Hill.
Walking at Box Hill
Head over to the information board by the cafe, or our team at the shepherd's hut by 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. Alternatively, download your favourite one onto your phone from the website.