Easter days out at Runnymede

Explore the glorious meadows and river here at Runnymede as they spring into life this Easter.

Visitors enjoying the Easter egg hunt at Runnymede

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt 2020

Fri 10 – Mon 13 April Embark on a special Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt around the fields and meadows of Runnymede to win a delicious Cadbury chocolate treat. Please note our supply of Easter eggs is limited and we will only run the trail whilst stocks last. If we do run out then our Easter bunnies will work as fast as possible to restock supplies

A family on Runnymede's spring trail

Woodland adventure trail

Sun 1 March– Sun 19 Apr 10am-4pm Come and track Runnymede's woodland wildlife on this trail around the meadows.

Daffodils near the priory ruins at Ankerwycke, Surrey

Spring at Runnymede and Ankerwycke 

Lift your spirits with the sights and sounds of springtime at Runnymede.

A family enjoying a picnic by the river at Runnymede

Picnic by the river

Pack a picnic and find your spot on the riverside. While you're munching, how many dragonflies can you see?

The ancient Ankerwycke Yew, Ankerwycke, Surrey

Ankerwycke 

Situated just across the Thames from Runnymede, this 2,500 year old yew is thought to be the oldest tree looked after by the National Trust.

Delicious and divine scones

Sweet tooth?

After a busy day adventuring, why not treat yourself to a cream tea, a huge favourite at so many of our places. You can enjoy this quintessentially English tea-room experience with scones, jams, clotted cream and a pot of tea, on your own or take tea for two.