Dorking is a market town located in Surrey, in the southeast of England. Dorking is known for its picturesque setting in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and its historical and cultural significance. The town has a variety of shops, restaurants, and attraction.

Denbies Wine Estate

One of the largest vineyards in England, Denbies offers wine tours, tastings, and a visitor center. The estate also has beautiful grounds for walking and an excellent restaurant.

Box Hill

Part of the North Downs, Box Hill is a popular spot for hiking, cycling, and enjoying panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. It's especially famous for being part of the route for the 2012 Olympic cycling road race.

Leith Hill

The highest point in Southeast England, Leith Hill offers stunning views from its tower, which can be accessed by climbing a spiral staircase. The surrounding woods and trails are great for walking and exploring.

Dorking Museum and Heritage Centre

This local museum provides insights into the history and heritage of Dorking and the surrounding area, featuring exhibits on local geology, archaeology, and notable residents.

Polesden Lacey

A short drive from Dorking, this National Trust property is an Edwardian house set in beautiful grounds. It was once the home of socialite Margaret Greville and is known for its opulent interiors and stunning gardens.

Dorking Halls

This entertainment venue hosts a variety of events, including concerts, theatre productions, and film screenings. It's a great place to check out local and touring performances.