From end of Tuesday 24 March, we closed all our car parks to further restrict the spread of coronavirus. This followed the decision to close our parks and gardens in addition to our houses, shops and cafes.
We urge people to stay local and observe social distancing. Please do not travel.
Get your boots on this spring, gather up the family and the dog, and head to Hatchlands. Find blossom lined paths, picnic benches surrounded by daffodils and carpets of bluebells. All set in 400 acres of unspoiled parkland.
The route takes in some of Box Hill's hidden woodland and Broadwood's Tower, with some wonderful views of the Surrey countryside along the way - there are a series of steep steps part way round this route.
Walk along the River Wey from Dapdune Wharf to St Catherine’s and see how the river has cut through the North Downs making Guildford an important ‘gap town’ and experience some spectacular views along the way.
Bookham Common is a favoured home for the rare and magnificent Purple Emperor butterfly. This is due to decades of work by our rangers to protect the specialist habitats it needs. This walking trail takes you through one of the best woods in England for sighting the elusive Purple Emperor butterfly.
Lift your spirits in a fresh spring garden or the wild countryside. From beds of colourful tulips to buds of delicate blossom, we've selected some of the very best places for you to enjoy the delights of spring including Polesden Lacey and Winkworth Arboretum.