Map of Painshill Park

Painshill Park
Painshill Park is one of the most important 18th century landscapes in Europe. It was created by the Hon. Charles Hamilton between 1738 and 1773 as a series of subtle and surprising scenes. [more...]

By Road:
via M25 junction 10 and A3 Exit at junction with A245 (towards Cobham). Entrance opposite Territorial Army Centre, 200 metres east of A245/A307 roundabout.

By rail
From Waterloo to Surbiton or Kingston then by direct link The Surrey Parks and Gardens Explorer Bus: Route 515 (Travel London) Kingston/Surbiton/Esher/Cobham/Wisley/Guildford - for Timetable Information please call 0870 608 2608 or visit (Note - discounted entry to the Park for users of this bus service). Taxis available from Cobham or Weybridge Railway Stations

By bus Route 408 (Epsom Buses): Sutton-Leatherhead-Cobham (NOT Sundays).

What's near Painshill Park

  Brooklands Museum  2 Miles
  RHS Garden Wisley  2 Miles
  Claremont Landscape Gardens  3 Miles
  Byfleet  2 Miles
  Wisley  3 Miles
  Claremont  3 Miles
more towns near Painshill Park...
Bed and Breakfast:
  No.33  3 Miles
  Thameside Accommodation  6 Miles
  Mulberys  8 Miles
Self Catering:
  Nurses Cottages  3 Miles
  Island Close  8 Miles
  Medlar House  8 Miles
more self catering near Painshill Park...
  Laleham Camping Club  5 Miles
  Hurley Riverside Park  21 Miles
  Wellington Country Park  22 Miles
TIC: Kidlington and District Information Centre     Tel: 01865 378 479  48 Miles

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