Things to do in Weybridge - The Weybridge Treasure Trail
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£9.99 + £0.00 p&p
Please choose your Trail format:

    • A self-guided treasure hunt walking Trail around Weybridge.
    • Ideal for kids aged 6 – 106!
    • 3.5-mile ‘loop’ Trail (takes 2.5 hours to complete at your own pace).
    • Text message service with clues if you get stuck.
    • Solve the quest and be entered into a £100 monthly draw.
    • Learn more about where you live or explore somewhere new.
    • Download your Trail now for INSTANT FUN (or receive your copy in the post)!

The Weybridge Treasure Hunt Trail starts at:

Churchfield Road
KT13 8DE

Please Note:

The route is suitable for pushchairs but would be difficult for wheelchair users as it passes along tracks through woods, over bridges and along the towpath.

Bring your four-legged friends along – this Trail is dog friendly!

Your Trail adventure starts at the Churchfield Road pay and display car park, so we recommend parking here.

We suggest checking whether any fantastic events are taking place in Weybridge before you head out on your Trail, as you may find that some of the Clues on this Trail may become obstructed or difficult to access on these occasions. 

There are public toilets available at the start and end of the Trail. There is a selection of eating places to enjoy at the beginning and end of the Trail on the High Street, and you will pass by several great pubs at various points along the way. There are plenty of green spaces to enjoy along the route of this Trail, so why not bring a picnic?

Why not make a day of it and include a visit to Brooklands Museum and/or the London Bus Museum. Buying a ticket to either of these fabulous museums provides entry to both. Brooklands Museum is known as ‘The Birthplace of British Motorsport and Aviation, and the Home of Concorde’. For a little extra, you can enjoy the Concorde Experience and/or amazing 4D Theatre. The London Bus Museum displays 100 years of buses from horse-drawn 1870s vehicles to iconic red 1970s buses.