Things to see and do at Runnymede and Ankerwycke

From riverside walks to glorious meadows, memorials to secluded spots, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Runnymede and Ankerwycke. Over 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.

Natural wonders

With its protected ancient woodland, nationally significant ponds and traditionally managed meadows, Runnymede and Ankerwycke is a quiet paradise of biodiversity.

The River Thames at Runnymede

Riverside rambles 

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.



Runnymede, Surrey

Egham to Runnymede walk

Wander through ancient woodland, secretive wetlands and historic meadows on this countryside circular walk.

For families