• Information and things to do
  • Visitors preparing<br />to tour the site
  • The history of the Palace<br />explained

Woking Palace Open Days 2017

Visit the site of Woking's Tudor Palace for free!

Interested in history and archaeology?

Looking for something to do with the family?

Wanting to find out more about medieval and Tudor England?

Then come to our open days and enjoy guided tours of this Scheduled Ancient Monument, plus a range of displays and activities for children.

Information stands
Activities for children
History and archaeology of the site
Volunteer guides and stewards from FWP will be on site to provide information throughout the weekend

Open Days for 2017

13th and 14th May
15th and 16th July
9th and 10th September


Saturday and Sunday 10th and 11th September..

What Time?

11am to 5pm Ė last guided tours at 4pm on both days.

To book a place on a 'St. Peterís to the Palace' walk (on Saturday or Sunday) please call 07722 299026 or e-mail info@woking-palace.org.


Carterís Lane, Old Woking


Hoe Bridge School are very kindly providing a free mini bus shuttle service between the School and Woking Palace on Sunday for which we are extremely grateful. Please check the website and local media regarding the possibility of a mini bus on Saturday.
Please note: There is no parking on the site or along Carters Lane.  Free parking is available in Old Woking in the larger car park (beyond the small short-stay car park) by the mini roundabout in the High Street.  The route from the car park will be signed and is about one mile and you can walk or cycle.  For disabled access and special needs, please call 07722 299026 or e-mail info@woking-palace.org


To continue the celebration of the Tudor period as part of our Woking Palace and its Park project we have arranged the following new talk:

"Woking Palace and the Six Wives of Henry VIII"

Dr Sarah A. Morris

Friday 3rd June 2016 at 1.00pm at The Lightbox, Woking, GU21 4AA.

(Sarah is the co-author of "In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn" and "In the Footsteps of the Six Wives of Henry VIII" both containing information about visits to Woking Palace).

Tickets are free - but booking is essential.

Book your place now by e-mail to: info@woking-palace.org or by phoning 07722 299026.

Raphael Historic Falconry

Raphael Historic Falconry displays

Special events

Special events such as
Bird of Prey displays

Hawk display

Part of the Bird of Prey display

Historical musician Jez Smith

Historical musician Jez Smith

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