By train

SouthWestern Railway runs fast and semi-fast services through Haslemere on the London Waterloo and Portsmouth line. Services stop at Woking, Guildford, Haslemere, Liphook, and Petersfield. There are varied stopping patterns to serve intermediate stations. Trains also stop at Godalming, Witley and Milford.

Taxi services are available at Haslemere Station. Buses also stop at the train station and serve Fernhurst, Grayshott, Hindhead, Beacon Hill, Chiddingfold, Midhurst, Grayswood.

By car

Haslemere is situated to the east of the A3 on the Surrey-Hampshire border. Leave the A3 northbound or southbound at Hazel Grove junction, just south of the Hindhead Tunnel’s southern portals. Take the A333 northbound to the Hindhead mini roundabouts, and turn right on to the A287 towards Haslemere.

Alternative main routes are the A287 from Farnham, the A286 southbound from Milford, the A286 northbound from Midhurst, the B2131 from Liphook and the B2131 from the Chiddingfold-Petworth section of the A283.

SatNav for town centre: GU27 2HG

High Street has at the back of West Street – follow signs from the High Street. There are also parking facilities at Chestnut Avenue – also walking distance from the High Street.

Parking at Wey Hill – Free for limited times at Tesco and at St Christopher’s Green.

There is also parking at the train station and in the Weydown Road car park.

The National Trust car park at Hindhead (The Devil’s Punch Bowl) is a pay-and-display facility, but is free to vehicles displaying a current Trust membership sticker.

Grayshott and Fernhurst have free parking.

By bus

Stagecoach operates bus services around Haslemere at district. Buses operate from Guildford to/from Midhurst, Aldershot via Farnham. There are buses to Alton that run via Grayshott and buses to Chiddingfold and Godalming via Grayswood, Witley and Milford.


Haslemere Educational Museum

The museum was founded in 1888 by the eminent surgeon Sir Jonathan Hutchinson to display his growing collection of natural history specimens. There are various exhibitions on throughout the year as well as activities and events.

The Museum is also home to the Haslemere Visitor Information Centre: email or telephone 01428 645425.

Haslemere Hall

Haslemere Hall is situated behind the High Street. Showing films, hosting music events, theatre and more!

Haslemere Info Hub

At Haslemere Station to welcome visitors and share information. Station Adopters and part of the Community Rail organisation. Hosted by volunteers Wednesday to Saturday 10am – 12noon. 

Volunteers also look after the bedding areas on platforms 2/3, had the defibrillator installed and promote the many events that happen in and around Haslemere and District.

National Trust, Surrey Hills and the SouthDowns

Haslemere and the surrounding areas of outstanding beauty.

Swan Barn Farm (National Trust) is literally behind the High Street where both The Green Sands Way and the Serpent’s trail begin.

The Devil’s Punch Bowl and Hindhead Commons are approximately two miles from the centre of Haslemere, accessible by bus, car as well as walking or cycling. There is a National Trust cafe and car park. There’s also a pub/hotel opposite. The area includes Gibbet Hill, the second highest point in Surrey.

Other nearby sites include Blackdown, Ludshott Common, Waggoners Wells.Marley Common, Witley Common as well further afield: Petworth House, Ramster and more!