Things to do in Haslemere

Historic market town surrounded by hills and open countryside, near the border with Hampshire and West Sussex

“What is there to do in Haslemere?” Well, this page is all about places to go in Haslemere - but are we missing something? Let us know!

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  Things to do

Swan Barn Farm FREE
National Trust - A quiet retreat of woodland and pasture only 30 seconds from Haslemere High Street.
Less than a mile

Hindhead Commons And The Devil's Punch Bowl FREE
National Trust - The gateway to the Surrey Hills.
1.7 miles

Hollycombe Working Steam Museum
Hollycombe is far more than just a working steam museum, it's a place where the past comes to life.  Website 
Suggested by Tom Burrows, Salisbury
4 miles
4: Very good
Oakhurst Cottage
National Trust - Fascinating artisan's cottage.
4.7 miles



Haslemere Educational Museum
With over 240,000 Natural History specimens, along with over 140,000 Human History artefacts from around the World.  Website 
Less than a mile
3.4: Good

  Parks & Open spaces

Hankley And Elstead Commons
Nationally important for their bird, reptile and invertebrate populations, some of the finest remaining heathland.  Website 
5 miles
3: Good

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We hope that you’ve found plenty of fun and free things to do in Haslemere, if we’ve missed any of your local favourites then do let us know. We aim to be the best website to help adults, families and children find great new ideas for places to go and stuff to do in your free time. There’s hopefully something for everyone here of all ages and interests.

So if you’re looking for the best days out in your area, places to visit, things to do with the kids, free attractions, local restaurants, good hotels or even shopping centres, then check out Never Be Bored. There are so many interesting places to visit and things to see and do near Haslemere across the UK and Ireland. This site aims to bring them all together in one place. We’ve got the best visitor attractions including National Trust and English Heritage sites, castles, museums, parks and gardens, heritage centres, steam railways, theme parks, zoos, aquariums, beaches, national parks and wildlife reserves.

For kids and families we’ve got soft play centres, indoor and outdoor activity centres, amusement parks, swimming pools, ski slopes, water parks, children’s farms, horse riding, pottery making, ice skating, sports centres, roller skating, go karting, paintball, climbing walls, ten pin bowling and much more.

And when you’re starting to feel hungry, thirsty or tired then check out the best places to eat, drink and stay for the night. We love new suggestions to keep the site up to date and comprehensive, so feel free to send in all your local favourites.

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Prickly Pear
National Trust - A tranquil walk through the National Trust's first woodland property.