English Tourism Week in Surrey
25th March - 2nd April 2017
English Tourism week is a weeklong celebration, showcasing the quality and vibrancy of the visitor experience.
To mark English Tourism week, we’ve put together some of the best things to do in Surrey which we hope local residents, day trippers and holidaymakers alike will enjoy.
So if you’re looking for something to do this week in Surrey why not:
E njoy a day out at near RHS Wisley, one of world’s great gardens.
N otice the stunning Surrey Countryside - be more aware of what's on your doorstep, explore the beautiful Surrey countryside.
G et up close and personal and discover the pottery processes. Grayshott Pottery, near Hindhead offers you the opportunity to view the process from the traditional hand throwing through to the modern hydraulic presses on a free guided tour. Book a free tour today - 01428 604404.
I mmerse yourself in the history and magic of Brooklands museum, near Weybridge. The birthplace of British motorsport and aviation Brooklands also offers you the opportunity to enjoy the Concorde experience.
S upport a local event this English Tourism week.
O bserve how some of Surrey's local drinks are produced, take a tour and get a fascinating insight into all aspect of the production. Discover more about Surrey local drinks producers.
U se up some energy at a local sports centre, we have so many facilities in Surrey offering activities like ice skating, swimming, bowling, basketball, football, badminton, table tennis and so much more.
R elish some of Surrey’s quintessential villages and historic towns. Here in Surrey you will find a wealth of towns and villages full of character. Discover for yourself the picturesque and historic Dorking, Farnham, Godalming, Guildford, Haslemere, Reigate or Shere to name but a few. Many towns are urging all their residents “To be a tourist in your own town.”
I ndulge in the delights of traditional afternoon tea. Surrey offers a range of places to enjoy a relaxing sumptuous afternoon tea. Visit our best afternoon tea page to more information.
M arvel at the beauty of Leith Hill Place with its