Surrey is a scenic county in South East England with a wide range of things to see and do. From beautiful outdoor areas to world-class attractions, here are the best Easter activities in Surrey.


 

Easter Events in Surrey


 

Easter Things to Do in Surrey

 

WWF Living Planet Centre

WWF Living Planet Centre is the home of WWF UK and is also a fantastic education centre. One of the greenest buildings in the UK, the Living Planet Centre runs behind the scenes tours, talks, workshops and hands on activities. The WWF Experience is separated into four zones: wildlife, oceans, freshwater and forests. Make your way around and learn more about each environment, watch films from the wild and find out about the WWF’s conservation projects around the world. Visits are free, but donations are encouraged.

 

Brooklands Museum

This motoring and aviation museum is built on part of the former Brooklands track, the world’s first motor racing circuits. The museum has a huge collection of unique motoring and aviation exhibits, including motorcycles, racing cars and Hawker-built aircraft. A highlight of the museum is the Concorde Experience, where you can take a tour of the aircraft, sit in the passenger seats and take a virtual flight. The museum also has an F1 simulator where you can drive a 2007 McLaren along a selection of circuits.

 

RHS Garden Wisley

RHS Garden Wisley is spread over 240 acres and is a haven for garden lovers. There’s so much to take in here, including Mediterranean terraces, flower gardens, an alpine meadow, an orchard and a vegetable garden. You’ll also find several glasshouses with different climate zones that house tropical and desert plants. The garden runs events, courses and workshops throughout the year, so keep an eye out for what’s on. Make sure to visit the plant centre where you can buy rare and unusual house plants, as well as several eateries which all use fresh produce from the gardens.

 

Explore the Surrey Hills AONB

Easter is the perfect time to get outdoors and there’s no better place to do so than in Surrey, Britain’s leafiest county. Surrey Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering 163 square miles of woodland, downland and heathland. There is an abundance of things to see in the area, from old buildings and historic market towns, to beautiful hills and valleys. Surrey Hills is also a great place to get active and is popular for walking, running, cycling, horse riding and water activities.

 

Thorpe Park

A visit to Thorpe Park is one of the most popular things to do in Surrey this Easter. Since 1979, this theme park has been a favourite with the whole family. Home to over 30 exhilarating attractions, Thorpe Park has water rides, thrill rides and family rides. Head to the Nemesis Inferno to journey on a jungle safari and through the heart of a volcano. The Tidal Wave is another crowd pleaser, drenching you with the equivalent of 2.7 bath tubs of water – perfect for the warm Easter weather!

 


In & Around Surrey

The Hog’s Back Hotel & Spa

Seale, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 1EX

Thatcher’s Hotel

Guildford Road, Surrey, KT24 6TB

Hidden Seasons Surrey

Surrey

Waverley Abbey

Farnham, Surrey, GU9 8EP

Chessington World of Adventures

Chessington World of Adventures Resort, Leatherhead Rd, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2NE

Thorpe Park

Thorpe Park, Staines Rd, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 8PN