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Two of us booked £10 tickets each (NT members or not) for what was billed as "Snowdrop walk. Join us for a guided tour of the Ankerwycke parkland taking in the history of the site and enjoying the spectacular show of snowdrops.Come and see how...More
It is a place most should visit and allows for somber reflection to those who lost their lives from all corners of the commonwealth.
A truly awe inspiring site, and is up there with the best that is on offer in terms of tributes to...More
We went to see The Jurors and Writ in Water artworks as we had already seen the memorials. The Jurors was very interesting - 12 decorated seats (different front and back) telling the story of justice around the world, well worth visiting. Take a leaflet...More
This magnificent memorial to all British and Commonwealth airmen who were killed in WW2, and who have no known grave, bears over 22,000 names. It is a serene spot of great peace and tranquility with many personal messages of tribute from friends and relatives of...More
Bit of a silly question perhaps because of course the Magna Carta was signed in a field (may even have been muddy at the time) so it could be said to be very authentic. On the other hand, I didn’t come away from my visit...More
We made an impromptu stop with a friend visiting from Scotland, as we'd had lunch quite nearby.
I have driven past this spot so many times over the years, gazing from afar and even stopped in the car park. Yet, I had not appreciated the...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Laura F, Marketing and Communications Officer at Runnymede National Trust, responded to this reviewResponded 9 November 2018
Thank you for your review. We know that visitors to Runnymede often find that its heritage seems so hard to uncover. The landscape is the memorial, but visitors need help to read it; to reveal the stories it tells. We have very recently been awarded...More