Haslemere is a great base for walkers and off-road cyclists to explore the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South Downs National Park.

On arrival at Haslemere station pop in to the Information Hub on the forecourt next to the main entrance. Local volunteers will be on hand to welcome you and give you first-hand information about the local area. If the hub is closed the outdoor display provides 24/7 information about the town and the surrounding area.  For more information visit

Haslemere Community Station – Haslemere Information Hub Home

Highlights of your visit:

  • Take in the incredible views from the Temple of the Winds at Black Down and, in season, enjoy the acres of fragrant purple heather on this protected National Trust heathland site
  • Visit Haslemere Museum, set in beautiful historic grounds lovingly cared for by volunteers. The museum houses collections of natural history, human history and geology. Visit Haslemere Educational Museum
  • Choose from local walks recommended by Haslemere Visitor Centre
  • Follow the blue plaque trail created by The Haslemere Society – hunt out famous people such as George Elliott Blue Map
  • Shop locally – From Haslemere Railway Station take a 10-minute walk into the town centre where you’ll find a range of independent shopping boutiques and charming cafes alongside high street favourites. For a list of local shops, places to eat and more visit This is Haslemere
  • Stretch your legs with a walk around the National Trust Swan Barn Farm, from the medieval dipping well, past a traditional orchard and through meadows into ancient woodland. Starts on the High Street. Visit the website for the full route: Swan Barn Farm

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