Wrap up warm and step outside for an autumnal adventure at Runnymede. Follow our walking trails, or find your own route through the meadows and woodland. No booking needed.
Walk from Egham railway station to Runnymede and back again. Escape the crowds and take a wander through ancient woodlands and wetlands on this circular walk.
Runnymede is home to a selection of memorials which commemorate freedom and liberty. Follow our map and see what you can discover on your walk through the meadows.
As you walk through Runnymede you'll come across two major outdoor art installations: The Jurors by Hew Locke and Writ in Water by Mark Wallinger, each encouraging you to engage with themes of freedom and rights.
Our car parks are open and we can't wait to welcome you back again.
We welcome well behaved dogs year-round. Explore our ancient woodlands, wide meadows and river side habitats with your trusty four legged friend.
We welcome well-behaved dogs and their owners to explore Runnymede and Ankerwycke at any time of year.
Enjoy the wildlife-rich countryside, take in the history of Runnymede, or just enjoy the scenery as you walk amongst the trees, wildflowers and a landscape that helped change history.
Whether you decide to take a walk along the Thames Path or stay and enjoy a picnic, the river here at Runnymede is a great place to stop and take stock.