How to find us
Your Hobbledown adventure starts from the very second you leave your home so why not use our map to find the best route leading to our very mysterical door where a wonderful world awaits you.
Hobbledown, Horton Lane, Horton, KT19 8PT
Hobbledown is on Horton Lane, just three miles from the A3 and 5 miles from the M25 (junction 9). There are brown tourist signs leading you in on all 4 of the routes below. We have the 4 most popular routes ready to download here:
Coming from the South Route 1:
Junction 9 M25 via A243 (Approx. 10 minutes) Download The Route
Coming from the South Route 2:
Junction 9 M25 via A24 (Approx. 13 minutes but avoiding Chessington traffic) Download The Route
Coming from London:
Tolworth Junction on the A3 (approx. 10 minutes) Download The Route
Coming from The North:
Junction 10 M25 (approx. 20 minutes) Download The Route
Make your journey even easier with the free RAC Route Planner (they even notify you of traffic problems).
Simply type in the postcode where you are travelling from and enter our postcode (KT19 8PT) as your destination. It’ll figure out the best route for you to take!
If you come by car then please think about sharing your journey with a friend as we have limited parking for 400 cars. Furthermore, you will also be doing your bit to reduce unnecessary CO2 emissions!
From Clapham Junction take South West Trains to Epsom Station. Travel time approx. 24 minutes.
E9 Bus route from Epsom Station. Go to Epsom railway station approach, Stop N (on station approach) Travel time approx. 12 minutes and buses leave every 3o minutes.
If you come by bus to Hobbledown, show us your receipt and we will reduce your admission by £1 per person.
If you are lucky enough to live near Hobbledown, then why not come by bike and use one of the many local cycle routes to help you get here. We even have a special place to put your bikes but please don’t forget your padlock!
Read what some happy customers have to say
It was excellent. The member of staff who looked after our party was brilliant! She had full control of the children, really engaged them and really looked after the kids and made the party a success. The guest who had a peanut allergy was well looked after too – he got a separate plate of food and it was very reassuring for me, as host, and for his mum.