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#1 of 10 things to do in Leatherhead
She loves feeding the animals (especially the alpacas!), the tractor ride which has brilliant views too, the jumping pillows and trampolines, the huge slide and the playgrounds, there is so much we find new activi...
... fun huge indoor playground with looooong fun slides, indoor area where you can get intimate with small animals (mice, bunnies etc), a pedaling Go-Kart racing track (where both adults and kids can have fun raci...

Brooklands Museum

Weybridge 7.1 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
The museum is a great place for all ages , it has endless displays of cars, bicycles, motorbikes , the aviation collection is incredible and to be able to walk on the famous banked track is memorable.
We visited Brooklands on a sunny Sunday in November, and, as aviation enthusiasts and pilots, we were delighted by the depth of the exhibits, the knowledge of the volunteer staff, and the variety of aircraft on di...

Daytona Sandown Park

Esher 5.6 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Esher
So many parents commented on how amazing the party was.... I’m a winning parent this year for parties , so thanks guys you made it really enjoyable for the kids & for us to watch
Great fun - Great venue...A young aspiring race driver’s perfect day out!

Hampton Court Palace

East Molesey 7.4 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in East Molesey
I've always wanted to visit Hampton Court Palace And It exceeded my expectations It's truly amazing It's Tudor and Baroque architecture are both equally wonderful, the gardens are beautiful you can easily spend a...
... Thames and you will have glorious views of the "modern" part of Hampton Court built by William the second and his wife Mary and designed by Sir Christopher Wren including the formal gardens and the ornate gates.
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Bushy Park

Hampton Hill, UK 8.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Hampton Hill
It's been decades since I spent any time in Bushy Park but its still as restful and relaxing as ever with plenty of space to escape the crowds at Hampton Court, have a picnic, watch the wildlife, play games.
It’s natural beauty and wide open spaces is a massive asset for the local area.. Great for dog walking , deer watching or just wali g and relaxing
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Priory Park

Reigate 6.8 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Reigate
A wonderfully maintained park offering the best facilities for all ages.There is a superb restaurant, tennis courts,playground,skatepark and excellent walks around the lake It is known as The Jewel in Reigate.
Now it's beautifully maintained and really well used, with facilities for everyone (tennis courts, skate park, amazing play area from little kids, hard paths for buggies and wheelchairs, playing fields...) It's a...

Kingswood Golf & Country Club

Kingswood 5.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Kingswood
The staff are excellent and make you extremely welcome and there is a small pro shop with lots to temp you.
After the main course there was a brilliant choice of sweets (to many to mention) And then if still hungry cheese and biscuits To complete the Sunday lunch tea or coffee.


Cobham 4.5 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Cobham
What a beautiful and tranquil place, immense views fantastic gardens and walks, excellent restored different array of buildings and grotto, take a picnic or eat there either way its a great place to visit, book a...
... eluding the fishermen, gasped in awe at the view from in the Gothic Tower, loved the Crystal Grotto and everything else we discovered at every turn and path including the vineyard and views of the River Mole.

RHS Garden Wisley

Wisley 6.4 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Wisley
We visited here today, while enjoying a weekend away, we received a very good welcome, we joined the rhs today, the gardens are beautiful and there is lots of lovely wooded walks, the botanic gardens were amazing...
The Home of Gardening there is plenty to see so make sure you get the Map.The flowers were excellent you will need plenty of time to walk round the estate.There are Toilets & Baby changing facilities Picnic Areas...
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Delta Force Paintball

Cobham 4.0 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Cobham
Absolutely wonderful staff, who were there to help with every query - be it purchasing gloves or getting advice on how to best get your mates from the opposing team.
The game zones were extremely fun, had loads of cool props for players to use and different challenges meant the gameplay was different and exciting each time.
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Nonsuch Park

Epsom 6.1 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Epsom
Lovely park, it’s huge, tea room and toilets, Nonsuch House & gardens to sit a while, the squirrels are very friendly, plenty of parking .... ticks all the boxes!
Surprisingly large park with lovely vistas; you can also enjoy the more formal gardens of Nonsuch Mansion; and at the end of it all reward yourself with a drink from the cafe

Box Hill

Dorking 3.3 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Dorking
... is good , also you can always see the hut which you can join the national trust in , always a friendly face and a chat to be had with the staff :) Food is expensive too but the cake is delish and Home baked!
To get the best out of your visit I recommend you start at the bottom, from the Stepping Stones car park, or Westhumble train station and take the "challenging" climb to the top, via the stepping stones and "Jacob...

Rose Theatre Kingston

Kingston upon Thames, UK 7.8 mi away
#2 of 35 things to do in Kingston upon Thames
this is a brilliant show performed by all ages and gets the audience involved too very good stage props and excellent acting by all we had nearly front row seats but after my 3 year old grand-daughter found the tr...
The sets were wonderful, it was clever and i was in complete awe that all of the young children in the theatre sat quietly spell-bound by the play.
#3 of 18 things to do in Cobham
It's such a pleasure to encounter a venue that do really take the hassle out of parties, the whole experience was both professional and brilliant fun and I'd highly recommend them for an amazing day out.
... is a first for me,but fantastic if you have picky eaters as we always do.There is also free tea and coffee for parents(another first).It was the most relaxed party we have ever had.The staff are plentiful and ...

Silent Pool Distillery

Albury 8.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Albury
Great day at Silent pool distillery, big thanks to Tori great tour and overall an amazing afternoon with plenty of gin! Would definitely recommend a taxi or get a designated driver as you will come out feeling war...
Great afternoon spent finding out all we needed to know about Gin! Lydia our fabulous tour guide clearly loves all things Gin & was so informative & knowledgeable about all the history & the processes that go into...
#3 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
Called in to see what was on offer... easy parking, free entry and an awesome array of vehicles... Had a yum affordable lunch in the cafe... Good range of F1 cars and the simulators are awesome...
Brilliant day out, go racing around the track in a AMG and off-road in a 4x4, a must for petrolheads and visit their own cinemas to see the history of Mercedes and F1, and then pay a visit to the Brooklands Museum...


Epsom 3.9 mi away
#3 of 15 things to do in Epsom
Fab for all ages who enjoyed high ropes, zorbing on a lawn, amazing large park, jumping pillows, huge soft play, otters, meerkats and much, much more!
... sandpit, an art activity, a water fight with water pistols, giant bubble blowing, playing on the challenging climbing frame and exploring the underground tunnels and playing in the huge indoor soft play zone.

Leith Hill

Dorking 8.4 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Dorking
For lunch we popped up above the carpark to the hill and the tower, ate one of the picnic benches, then climbed the tower - Amazing views of London, including Docklands, the Shard, The London Eye, etc... puts it a...
We parked in the Rhododendron wood car park and walked to the tower, it's a bit of a walk but it's well worth it, we are National Trust members and it was free to go up but the views are amazing, and there is a ro...

Epsom Playhouse

Epsom 3.6 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Epsom
We had great seats and a wonderful evening especially as a friend was in the cast ~ the ice cream is yummy as well .
My only gripe was the parking fees for the Ashley Centre Car park which was £20 as we spent a whole afternoon there, doing some shopping and lunch before the theatre.

Sandown Park Racecourse

Esher 5.6 mi away
#5 of 20 things to do in Esher
We took a picnic and stayed in the picnic area all day watching the racing which was right in front of us.
A really good event with lots of activities for children and picnics allowed on site.

Denbies Wine Estate Ltd

Dorking 3.4 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Dorking
A lovely restaurant on the top floor,art galleries and A very pleasant tea room come snack bar on the ground floor where you can try the wines and buy all sorts of goodies.
You can also visit the brewery behind the main building or if it's a nice day just sit outside and enjoy the fresh air, the peacefulness and the beautiful vista.

Polesden Lacey

Great Bookham 3.3 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Great Bookham
... plenty of parking, a lovely mixture of small ‘stately home’ with Royal connections, beautiful formal gardens and informal lawns - with Jazz bands and theatre, sometimes – and acres of beautiful surrounding cou...
A really lovely house and garden, definately do the guided tour as full of fun facts and the most interesting tour i have been on, tour guide really brought to life the history of the family and royal connections.

The Gin Kitchen

Dorking 5.1 mi away
#4 of 16 things to do in Dorking
We choose to have the nibbles included which were tasty!!! Great evening for gin lovers!! Thoroughly recommend!
My family and I had a private tour conducted by the very knowledgeable Georgina which was fun, informative and very tasty.

Riverside Walk

Kingston upon Thames, UK 7.9 mi away
#1 of 35 things to do in Kingston upon Thames
What more do you want than a leisurely walk looking at the different types of houses along the water front, the boats moored and going up & down the river, the swans, ducks, moorhens and loads more.
... tennis courts, an outside seating area cafe, the Boaters Inn (reasonable food, live jazz on a Sunday and lots of seating) and posh houses (and some with posh boats moored) to dream about on the opposite bank.

Reigate Caves Tunnel Road

Reigate 6.7 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Reigate
Tunnels give a fascinating insight into the near recent history of Reigate.
But seriously: an interesting slice of local history well worth a visit.

Thames Ditton Miniature Steam Railway

Thames Ditton 6.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Thames Ditton
We contacted the railway beforehand and arranged a birthday party in the field together with the birthday train, when the crowd is asked to sing ‘happy birthday’!
Friendly volunteers and great tea room.

Safari Adventure Golf

Hersham 6.0 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Hersham
It's great fun and we had such a good time that we stayed most of the day!
Staff were really friendly and the golf was great fun.

Go Ape Chessington

Chessington 3.7 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Chessington
We had a couple of nervous 7 year olds but the staff dealt with them so well, lots of encouragement and breaks and both children went on to finish the course and really enjoyed It too.
Visited the Chessington Go Ape this morning and had great fun climbing about in the tree obstacle courses and zip line.

Mayfield Lavender Farm

Banstead 7.3 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Banstead
It was so amazing to see so many rows and rows of beautiful purple lavender, we spent a couple of hours just walking up and down and appreciating the beauty!
Lavender was in full bloom and was perfect way to spend a few hours with family and great photo opportunities!

The Deepdene Trail

Dorking 4.5 mi away
#8 of 16 things to do in Dorking
... in Dorking Leisure Centre car park (allow enough time for tea and cake or something stronger at the golf club you will come upon!)then walk up the side of the BP garage through quaint village lanes, through th...
I have lived in Dorking my whole life and as a child used to play around parts of the trail but the volunteers from Dorking Museum have brought many parts of the old Hope estate back to former glory.