Things to see and do at Runnymede and Ankerwycke

View of the Magna Carta Memorial, Runnymede, Surrey

From riverside walks to glorious meadows, memorials to secluded spots, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Runnymede and Ankerwycke. 800 years after Magna Carta was sealed, here are a few of today's points of interest.

A legacy of liberty


The Jurors

The Jurors is an artwork created by Hew Locke to mark the 800th anniversary of the sealing of Magna Carta, commissioned jointly with Surrey County Council. The twelve intricately worked bronze chairs incorporate imagery representing key moments in the struggle for freedom, rule of law and equal rights. The Jurors is free and open to all every day.

Fun with nature

Bring your dog

We welcome well behaved dogs and their owners to visit us at any time of year. All we ask is that you adhere to the Countryside Code and keep your four legged friends under effective control.

Visiting Runnymede with your dog

The meadows are a great place for your dog to run off steam
Visitors walking with a dog along a mown pathway through a meadow at Runnymede, Surrey
The meadows are a great place for your dog to run off steam