Group Tours (minimum group size of 10) are available on any date to suit you, please fill in the group booking form and one of our walks team will be in touch.
Highlights of Dorking
Time 90 minutes. Easy walking, but with one hill.
The walk takes in
- West Street and the Mullins House
- The Kings Head Court (featured in the Pickwick Papers)
- North Street Cottages
- St Martins Church
- The High Street and the White Horse,
- Wathen Road, (Laurence Olivier’s birthplace)
- The Cubitt Memorial and Dorking Halls (Vaughan Williams statue)
- The Cotmandene (site of one of the earliest images of cricket being played),
- Rose Hill
- Back to the Museum, either via the War memorial or Pump Corner.
- Charles Dickens
- Daniel Defoe
- Henry Longfellow
- William Mullins
- Jane Austen
- Sir George Chesney and the Battle of Dorking
- Laurence Olivier
- Ralph Vaughan Williams
- Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.
Pubs of Dorking
Time 90 minutes. Easy walking.
To complement our recent exhibition “Time Gentlemen, Please” we offer a walk around the pubs of Dorking, many remain, some are long gone.