Visiting Hatchlands Park: What you need to know

Visitors walking at Hatchlands Park, Surrey

The house, parkland, garden, cafés and bookshop at Hatchlands Park have all now reopened. Advance booking is no longer required when visiting. Thank you for helping us to remain open safely.

To help make the most of your visit and understand any changes still in place, we’ve put together some answers to frequently asked questions. Please consider wearing a face covering in crowded areas, follow the guidance and be kind to our staff.

A family in the wild flower meadow at Hatchlands Park, Surrey

When you arrive

When you first arrive at Hatchlands Park, please proceed to the visitor car park and then make your way towards our reception building where you can stop to scan your membership cards.

Here, you'll also find a map of the park and other useful information about your visit such as what's open and when.

Visitors leaving the car park to explore the gardens

Parking

Parking at Hatchlands Park is free for everyone. We have designated blue badge holder parking close to our reception building. Campervans that are used for transport are welcome but are not permitted to stay overnight. The gates to our car park are locked at 5.30pm, please ensure you’ve returned to your vehicle by this time.

Covid signage

Staying safe

We’ve implemented one-way systems in the cafés and bookshop. All are signposted. Please look out for signs explaining any ongoing changes to how you can access different parts of the site. If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit.

Staff and visitors indoors

Please bring a face covering

Face coverings are recommended in crowded indoor areas, but not compulsory. At Hatchlands Park, you may wish to wear a face covering to enter the house, cafés, bookshop and toilets. Please bring one with you.

Tramper mobility vehicle in the park

Accessibility 

Hatchlands Park is a 430-acre estate made up of partly accessible parkland with some rough and undulating terrain, hard-surfaced paths, grass and gravel paths, dirt tracks and cobblestone.

Our Tramper all-terrain PMV is available for loan to visitors. To book, get in touch with us by email or give us a call on 01483 222482.

Visitors walking in bluebell woodland at Hatchlands Park, Surrey

Dog walking 

Dogs are welcome in the majority of the estate, with the exception of the garden, the children’s adventure area and the Kitchen Café. It's essential that all dogs are kept on leads in fields containing livestock.

Find more information below on where your four-legged friend can and can’t go, discover our dog-friendly walking routes and get some helpful hints for a happy and safe experience in the park.

The house and garden at Hatchlands

We look forward to welcoming you back

Thank you for your ongoing support – we really appreciate it and we're looking forward to welcoming you to Hatchlands Park.