With riverside walks and open meadows, art installations inspired by history, and a series of moving memorials, there’s lots to see and do at Runnymede and Ankerwycke.
Runnymede and Ankerwycke is a three pawprint rated place. Enjoy riverside walks and open countryside on a dog walk at Runnymede and Ankerwycke. Find out where dogs can explore and read the Canine Code.
Find out all about bringing your group to this peaceful riverside estate that’s home to open meadows and a variety of wildlife. Look out for notable memorials, art installations and the National Trust's oldest tree.
Map with walking routes and points of interest
Boats are welcome to moor along the riverside at Runnymede. Mooring fees are £2 for up to 2 hours, £4 for up to 6 hours, or £7 for up to 24 hours. Seasonal mooring tickets are £35 allowing you to moor for up to 20 days per year (no more than 7 consecutive days). Mooring fees can paid at the Magna Carta Tea-rooms, estate office, or by asking a member of the outdoor team. You can also pay online via the PayByPhone website using the code 806412. Please note seasonal tickets cannot be purchased online.
Fishing fees are £5/day or £30/year (12 years and up). £2/day or £10/year (Children under 12). Fishing tickets can be purchased at the Magna Carta Tea-rooms, estate office or ask a member of the outdoor team. You can also pay online via the PayByPhone website using the code 806411 for adults and 806413 for children. Please note seasonal tickets cannot be purchased via PayByPhone. No fishing between 15 March - 15 June.