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Days Out at Alice Holt

If you're planning an adventure-packed morning or afternoon at Go Ape, you've made a good decision.
Alice Holt Forest

Perfect for those who love the great outdoors but want to try something different, you'll wonder why you've never paid us a visit before. Imagine zip wiring through the trees, taking in some of the most breath-taking sights in Surrey, releasing your inner Tarzan and tackling our obstacles. But if you've come to this neck of the woods and want to know where to hang out pre or post Go Ape, here are a few suggestions for a great days out in Alice Holt.


Alice Holt.

It's a big forest, and a beautiful one too. So make the most of your time here and explore it as much as you can. Whether you want to cycle, have a stroll in one of the more remote parts of the forest or settle down to a good old-fashioned picnic, there's something for everyone at Alice Holt.


Go to the Sculpture Park.

The Sculpture Park in Farnham has been open to the public for over a decade now, exhibiting thousands of eclectic sculptures over the years. Walk into the centre of the park, collect your guide and begin your two mile (usually taking two hours) trail. Set within 10 acres of wildlife-inhabited water gardens and arboretum, in a valley that is fed by two springs, there couldn't be a better stage for these fine and unique sculptures.


The Jolly Farmer.

Located on the Guildford Road in Farnham, this is the perfect eatery if you want to extend your time in the great outdoors. With a prime spot in the heart of the countryside, this charming pub boasts a huge outdoor space for al fresco dining. Service is warm and welcoming, food is homemade and satisfying, and in true age-old tradition there's even a skittle alley here.


Go to Farnham Castle.

Just a stone's throw from Alice Holt is the impressive Farnham Castle, which dates back to 1138. Set in five acres of well-kept gardens overlooking Farnham, it's said to be one of the most important historical buildings in the south of England. If you are interested in history, check out the public exhibition, covering the '900 Years of Living History of Farnham Castle'. What's more, entry is free.