Ok not a Million, but here’s quite a substantial list of great things to do for FREE in Farnham Surrey. Helped by members of our Facebook Group – Love Farnham.
Farnham Park includes, great places to walk, picnic, a large adventure playground, a toddlers play area, café, toilets, golf club, cricket club and two football pitches. The video below shows the park in full action.
Farnham Castle is free to visit, although you’ll have to check their opening times on their website as it changes depending on the day of the week and time of year. You can take some great photos and view the entire town from up there. They also host fantastic weddings if you know any princesses.
Here you can find a full tour
With plenty of benches and green grass, a children’s playground, the river suitable for paddling and a War Memorial grandstand. You can even go on a long walk towards the Sheppard and flock roundabout.
Sometimes you may even catch a band in action.
Explore Bourne Woods
You may even spot a movie star as many films have been filmed here now bringing in an estimated £79 million to the Surrey economy, and we can see why Hollywood loves it so much, vast amounts of open space, full of pine trees and nature. There are plenty of good walks to be had here.
Walk through Rowhill Copse
With an impressive 55 acres, you’ll find it hard to get bored here, heathland, ponds, streams covered in pine woodland.
Used for army training, open to the public for walking and great for off road cycling.
Alice Holt & The Gruffalo Trial
Yes we’ve heard many people come to Farnham hunting for Ghosts.
Mother Ludlam’s Cave
Another attraction which fascinates visitors is this hidden gem. Legend has it that a witch lived in cave.
Full of wildlife, a café, and plenty of rare birds to be seen.
shown from above on this video you can really see how much space is out there.
Also famous for filming a scene from 28 Days Later.
Annual & Regular Events
Farnham Duck Race
Regular Music in Gostrey Meadows
More Places worth a Visit
- Library Gardens
- Farnham Museum
- Farnham Castle
- Antiques Centre and enjoy a tea in their tea shop.
- The Maltings
- Sculture Park in Churt
- The Antiques Warehouse
- Hogs Back Brewery
- Rural Life Centre
- Baruba Cocktail Lounge
- The Packhouse
- Sports Centre
- Skate Park
- New Ashgate Gallery
- art exhibitions at the UCA
- St Andrew’s Church, town centre
- Lion & Lamb
- & wide number of pubs, cafes & restaurants.
Finally if you’re into Sports, there is a whole range of Clubs, Classes & Gyms to take part in.
- Running Clubs
- Cycling Clubs
- Yoga Clubs
- Farnham Football Club
- Farnham Rubgy Club
- Farnham Cricket Club
For a full tour of the town see the video below:
You may even spot the odd comedian going for a stroll.
Are we missing any things to do in Farnham for FREE?