Christmas on the Surrey Hills

The Surrey Hills offer wide open spaces to run wild and free, quiet paths to test out new tricycles and some magnificent long-distance walking trails to seriously walk off the mince pies. Our cafés at the Devil's Punch Bowl and Box Hill serve a warming selection of seasonal food and drink; a perfect pit-stop to warm up after some fun outdoors.

Harvest your own Christmas tree, come carolling with us, or step out for a Boxing Day walk on the Surrey Hills this festive season.

Take a look at what's going on:

Christmas tree harvesting at Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl

Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 December, 10- 2pm. Bring along a saw and pair of gloves to cut your own Christmas tree. Trees cost from £20 each. No need to book.

Car parking at GU26 6AB: free to National Trust members or £4 for non-members.

Children's Christmas trails at Box Hill and Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl

Head to Box Hill (car parking at KT20 7LB) or Hindhead Commons and the Devil's Punch Bowl (car parking at GU26 6AB) during the school holidays to take part in our children's Christmas trails.

Available from the shepherd's huts, we ask for a donation of £1 per trail. Dress for mess and have lots of seasonal fun.

Leith Hill Place - Christmas opening with carols

Friday 8 December, Saturday 9 December and Sunday 10 December, 11am-3.30pm

See the house decorated for the festive period and enjoy some seasonal treats from the kitchen. Local choirs will be performing songs and carols for you to join in with.

Normal admission charges apply. Car parking at RH5 6LU.

Boxing Day walk on Bookham Commons

Tuesday 26 December 11am - 1pm

A look at the history, ecology and landscape of the Commons with our ranger Ian.

£10 adults, £5 children.

Booking essential on 01372 220644.