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Map & Directions

Road Directions

How to get to Dorking

Only 45 minutes from London, with three train stations to choose from, and moments from Gatwick and the M25, Dorking is perfectly situated in the heart of the Surrey Hills.

By Car

Exit from Junction 9 of the M25, and then continue on to the A24 towards Dorking, turn right at the junction of the A24/A25 into town.

Alternatively, exit from Junction 10 of the M25 and then continue on the A25 towards Dorking, going straight over the A24/A25 junction into town.

From Guildford, use the A25 and from Gatwick use the A217 and A25.



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Public Transport Directions

By Train

Each of Dorking’s three train stations are served by trains from both Victoria and Waterloo (approximately 45 minutes). For train times please visit

Getting to Dorking from our stations is a breeze. Here are maps from Dorking’s main and Dorking Deepdene stations and from Dorking West .

By Bus

Dorking is well served by a reliable bus service. Visit the Surrey County Council website for the Bus Timetables.


By Footpath

The countryside around Dorking is widely acknowledged to be one of the finest for walking and rambling. Take the hike up to view Dorking from Box Hill and then a gentle stroll to any of our lovely pubs. Walking trails in Dorking are not to be missed


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Dorking Museum Dorking Museum, Mole ValleyExplores the history of Dorking from prehistory to the present.

Dorking HallsDorking Halls, Mole ValleyArt Deco theatre overlooking the Surrey Hills. Big on comedy & live music with three cinema screens.

West Street in DorkingWest Street, Dorking, Mole ValleyWest Street is home to individual antique shops and antique centres along with high quality retailers, this oldest street in historic market town of Dorking boasts buildings dating back to the 16th century.

DorkingMaps of Dorking and Leatherhead

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