Come and discover the Surrey Hills, there is so much to see and do in the area….
Once described as the ‘fashionable capital of the Surrey Highlands’, Haslemere is an attractive market town positioned where the three counties of Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire meet. Nestling in the heart of the Surrey Hills, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we enjoy some of South East England’s most stunning countryside, with stunning beauty spots on our doorstep including Frensham Ponds and the famous Devils Punchbowl.
If you fancy walking or cycling in the Surrey Hills you will find a huge selection of routes to enjoy. But if you feel like a spot of sightseeing, Haslemere is well placed for activities for all the family, from visitor attractions, farms and zoo’s to scenic railways, historic houses and delightful gardens.
To help you plan your visit we’ve highlighted a few of our favourites below:
Haslemere Educational Museum, (2 miles)
Founded in 1888 by Sir Jonathan Hutchinson, it is one of the largest Natural History Museums in central southern England. It boasts its very own Egyptian Mummy, a beehive, herb garden and pond within its beautiful grounds.
Uppark House & Garden, Petersfield (15 miles)
A stunning example of an 18th-century house – it features one of the best examples of a 17th century dolls house in the country.
Petworth House & Park (10 miles)
A vast 17th-century mansion and 700 acre deer park. Home to an internationally important art collection with works by Turner, Van Dyck, Reynolds & Blake.
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This delightful arboretum has a collection of up to 1,000 different shrubs and trees. The most impressive displays are in Spring and Autumn but, during the summer, it is an ideal place for days out and picnics.